The US needs to make greater use of coronavirus tests to help control the pandemic, two top health officials said Wednesday.
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Rep. Kim Schrier (D-Wash.), a pediatrician, said she has witnessed firsthand the swirling misinformation about coronavirus vaccines on social media.
WASHINGTON, D.C. — Eighth DistrictCongresswoman Kim Schrier got a chance to question the nation’s top infectious disease doctor yesterday.
KENT, WA — Rep. Kim Schrier (D-8th District) took on a familiar role Monday, donning a white coat and helping administer doses of coronavirus vaccine inside the accesso ShoWare Center in Kent. Before being elected to the House in 2018, Schrier worked as a pediatrician for nearly two decades at the Virginia Mason Medical Center in Issaquah.
Congresswoman Kim Schrier, whose 8th District includes parts of Kent, Auburn and Renton, voted Wednesday, March 10 in support of the $1.9 trillion American Rescue Plan.
SEATTLE (AP) — Farm exporters in Washington state have been left with stockpiles of product and idle trucks as the pandemic has created a shortage of cargo containers.
- Lawmakers have written to the Federal Maritime Commission in recent days voicing concern about the current state of the ocean shipping market that has resulted in U.S. exporters having a difficult time obtaining containers.