COVID-19 cases in Washington are declining slightly, but health officials urge people to use caution over the Fourth of July weekend.
They suggest people celebrate outdoors and take tests before gatherings.
In these early days of summer, people are eager to get back to normal, but reminders of COVID-19 are everywhere.
“I was so happy to see everyone and enjoy it. It felt so good, but then I got an exposure notification later, so I was like, ‘OK, we’re still in this,’” McMonagle said.
While new cases are slightly down, hospitalizations are slightly up, and state health officials say the system remains stressed.
People are also struggling with colds,
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