Suquamish School Delays, School Closings & Parking Bans

School Delays, Closings and Weather Cancellations for Suquamish WA

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Check frequently for updated information on school delays, early dismissals, school closings, and school cancellations in Suquamish Washington due to winter and inclement weather, as well as other emergencies related to Suquamish & the surrounding Kitsap County WA area. Find out quickly below if snow, cold or other weather emergencies is causing winter snow delays or closings at your school in Suquamish.


Suquamish School Delay and Closings Media Stations and links

Check for announcements on government closings, business cancellations, winter Suquamish parking bans and winter delays throughout Suquamish WA from the following Suquamish area media stations.

Coronavirus News for Suquamish

Washington Reports 604 More Coronavirus Cases

Officials reported 604 more confirmed cases of the coronavirus Saturday. No new deaths were reported, as the state no longer updates the death toll over the weekend. As of the latest report from the ... More info »

Patch - 09/26/2020 03:08pm

Washington Reports Nearly 1,000 More Coronavirus Cases, 20 Deaths

Friday the Department of Health reported almost double the number of daily cases than they had over the past week. More info »

Patch - 09/25/2020 06:52pm

Wisconsin hits record for new coronavirus cases reported

Wisconsin on Saturday hit a record for coronavirus cases reported in a single day as health officials reported 2,817 people have tested positive for the virus. More info »

Washington Times - 09/26/2020 01:20pm

Pierce County reports 59 new COVID-19 cases, no deaths on Saturday

Pierce County reported 59 new COVID-19 cases Saturday and no new deaths. County totals are now at 7,708 cases and 170 deaths since the first case in the coronavirus pandemic was recorded March 6. The ... More info »

News Tribune on MSN.com - 09/26/2020 11:58am

Early data suggests newly reopened schools are avoiding surges in coronavirus cases

Preliminary data suggest that coronavirus transmission in schools may not prove as severe as public health experts feared. More info »

Washington Examiner - 09/26/2020 01:44pm

UW model projects 371,509 U.S. deaths from COVID-19 by January, a decrease from its previous report

The Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation projects 371,509 deaths in the U.S. by January, that's a decrease from the 410,451 projection earlier this month. More info »

KING5 - 09/26/2020 11:53am

Ivar's temporarily closes Seattle restaurants due to COVID-19

Ivar’s announced that is it closing some of its full-service sit down restaurants until next year. The restaurant group says its 19 walk-up Fish Bar locations and the full-service restaurant in ... More info »

KOMONews - 09/26/2020 03:27pm

Washington Reports 11 Deaths, 509 More Coronavirus Cases

Experts with the Washington State Department of Health reported 11 more coronavirus fatalities, and 509 more confirmed infections of the virus Wednesday. That's a higher number of deaths and confirmed ... More info »

YAHOO! - 09/24/2020 12:03pm

Bill Gates says FDA has lost credibility on coronavirus vaccines

Philanthropist Bill Gates has lost confidence in the Food and Drug Administration to regulate coronavirus treatments and vaccines without folding under political pressure. More info »

Washington Examiner - 09/26/2020 10:50am

Arkansas cases during the coronavirus pandemic top 80,000

The number of reported Arkansas coronavirus cases has topped 80,000 after the addition Saturday of 809 cases of the virus that causes COVID-19, the Arkansas Department of Health reported. More info »

Washington Times - 09/26/2020 11:09am

WA state health officials renew calls for COVID-19 testing as we near flu season

Right now, this is not happening enough, and we need it to drastically increase if we are going to stop COVID-19 from spreading rapidly.” ... More info »

News Tribune on MSN.com - 09/18/2020 08:21am

CDC says coronavirus spreads mainly in the air, through respiratory aerosols and droplets

In new guidance, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says the coronavirus spreads mainly through respiratory aerosols, small particles that apparently can remain suspended in the air and ... More info »

YAHOO! - 09/20/2020 03:56pm
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