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A message to our viewers: Seattle Channel during COVID-19 pandemic

This illustration, created at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), reveals ultrastructural morphology exhibited by coronaviruses. IMAGE: CDC

Dear viewers, 

Thank you all for the steps that you’ve taken to help minimize the spread of COVID-19 in our region these past few weeks. Our hearts go out to those affected by the coronavirus. These are very challenging times, to say the least, and as the City of Seattle joins with King County and the State of Washington in taking even more steps to protect lives, your actions and the sacrifices you make will make a difference. We’re in this together. 

The Seattle Channel continues to serve the city to the best of our abilities during this rapidly evolving and unprecedented crisis we all find ourselves in. We plan to continue providing information in whatever way possible to help keep you informed, engaged, and connected to your government. You can watch us on cable TV Channel 21 (8003 on CenturyLink; HD Channel 321 on Comcast, 721 on Wave, 8503 on CenturyLink) in Seattle.  Our live stream and on-demand programs are also available on Seattle Channel’s website, on YouTube, and on social media. 

The City of Seattle is responding to the crisis with new programs and services regularly. Go to the City of Seattle’s COVID-19 website for a compiled list of the latest information and resources from the city, community, county, and state.  

Public Health – Seattle & King County’s COVID-19 website is the best place to go for medical or healthcare questions, information about how to limit the spread of the virus, what to do if you feel sick, and resources for the public and workplaces, as well as translated documents, and more.  

The Washington State Department of Health’s Coronavirus website has the latest COVID-19 health information and state-wide statistics. For other state resources, including Employment Security and health insurance information, visit Governor Inslee’s COVID-19 website.  

We appreciate you. Stay safe. Stay informed.  

Sincerely,  Seattle Channel