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Map of Seattle showing by zip code which areas are most vulnerable to COVID-19

Mapping vaccine access

New mapping tool developed by DEOHS helps City of Seattle prioritize equitable access to COVID-19 vaccination

February 22, 2021 | Jolayne Houtz

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Two people sit in a radio booth at a table with microphones, with sign "RADIO CADENA" behind them.

Cultivating farmworker health on the airwaves

PNASH Center partners with Radio KDNA to develop a COVID-19 Spanish radio series for farmworkers

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Carving her own path

New UW Associate Professor Karen Levy works across disciplines—and the globe—to explore the intersection between infectious diseases and the environment

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Waves on beach

Climate change and human health

New collaboration between UW Center for Health and the Global Environment and EarthLab will accelerate climate research, action and resilience

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A neon green laser light highlights the airflow on the stage of a large theatre space.

Navigating a safe return to work

Businesses from the Space Needle to Sony Pictures seek advice from DEOHS experts on how to keep employees and customers safe from COVID-19

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DEOHS Professor Elena Austin stands in a parking lot outside a school holding an air monitoring instrument.

Monitoring air quality in schools

Does ultrafine air pollution infiltrate schools near Sea-Tac Airport? DEOHS researchers partner with cities in South King County to find out.

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Two lab workers in protective suits and face shields hold up samples of wastewater in plastic bottles.

Flushing out COVID-19

Using milk to extract the novel coronavirus from wastewater could help pinpoint new outbreaks

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