The DOH has estab­lished a call center to address questions from the public. If you have questions about what is happening in Washington state, how the virus is spread, and what to do if you have symptoms, please call the DOH at 1−800−525−0127 and press #.

Selected resources #

Coronavirus DiseaseANACOVID Resource Center

2019 Novel Coronavirus Outbreak


Coexisting with COVID-19

Information for Healthcare Professionals


Healthcare Workers: Information on COVID-19

Financial Resources


Employment Security Department - COVID-19 information

COVID / Paid Family and Medical Leave (PFML)


Find out how Paid Leave works

COVID Illness on the Job

WA L & I

 Injured? What You Need to Know

WA Resident Financial Resources


Financial Resources for Washington Residents Impacted by COVID-19

ANA COVID-19 Resource Center


Free self-care resources

Navigating a Mental Health Crisis


Navigating a Mental Health Crisis

Union statement on vaccination requirement for health care workers #

Aug. 9, 2021 - The Washington State Nurses Associ­a­tion, SEIU Health­care 1199NW and UFCW 21 issued a joint state­ment on COVID-19 vacci­na­tion require­ments for health care workers.

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WSNA position statement on COVID vaccination #

June 9, 2021 - WSNA is committed to the health and safety of our nurses as well as other front­line caregivers, our families, patients, and commu­ni­ties. In keeping with this commit­ment, we strongly recom­mend that all nurses and other health care providers be vacci­nated against the SARS-CoV‑2 (COVID-19) virus.

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Taking on the nurse staffing crisis

The public is becoming increasingly aware of a problem nurses have known about for a long time: the nurse staffing crisis that is dangerously depleting our hospitals. The COVID-19 pandemic has both highlighted and accentuated this crisis.

Standing together for real staffing solutions

WSNA and the other two primary health care unions in Washington state call for a sustain­able, account­able commit­ment to safe staffing in every depart­ment of every hospital in the state.