Coronavirus

Large-scale antibody testing could come to Washington

Large-scale antibody testing could come to Washington

Gov. Jay Inslee said state officials are reviewing the possibility of using antibody testing, to retroactively measure the spread of the coronavirus. However,… Continue reading

Large-scale antibody testing could come to Washington
Plans to open shift to Phase 2 in Jefferson County
Plans to open shift to Phase 2 in Jefferson County
Pianist plays for patients stricken with virus

Pianist plays for patients stricken with virus

Soloist uses app to perform before people in N.Y.

Pianist plays for patients stricken with virus

Legislators urge Clallam County be added to Phase 2 list

Other District 24 counties eligible for earlier opening

Group steps in to sew reusable hospital gowns
Group steps in to sew reusable hospital gowns
Golf first sport to return
Golf first sport to return

Virus hitting state economy heavily

Forecast: Revenues sickened through mid-2023

Some Peninsula parks reopening for day use
Some Peninsula parks reopening for day use
States with few virus cases get big share of relief aid

States with few virus cases get big share of relief aid

Alaska, Hawaii, Montana, Wyoming, plus some smaller states, took in an out-sized proportion

States with few virus cases get big share of relief aid

Lodging tax could provide funds

Clallam commissioners consider grant for nonprofits

Mask Fairies to hand out free face masks

The Port Angeles Mask Fairies will hand out free cloth face masks Tuesday. Five women dressed as fairies and accompanied by “upbeat… Continue reading

Jefferson County to consider state waiver

Officials may go to phase two with nine other counties

Hundreds of state health care workers sickened by virus

Hundreds of state health care workers sickened by virus

Number of doctors, nurses who have tested positive not known

Hundreds of state health care workers sickened by virus
COVID-19 Relief Fund donations top $200,000

COVID-19 Relief Fund donations top $200,000

Donations to the COVID-19 Relief Fund have topped $200,000. You have outdone yourselves. North Olympic Peninsula residents had donated $215,671.80 the fund as of Wednesday… Continue reading

COVID-19 Relief Fund donations top $200,000

How to apply for grants, donate to fund

The Peninsula Daily News and Olympic Community Action Programs have converted the Peninsula Home Fund into the COVID-19 Relief Fund to create a way for… Continue reading

Kilmer talks economic impact, legislation during pandemic

Kilmer talks economic impact, legislation during pandemic

Federal lawmakers have been busy in recent days and weeks with a spate of bills aimed at carrying individuals and businesses through what U.S. Representative… Continue reading

Kilmer talks economic impact, legislation during pandemic
One volunteer overseeing Jefferson community mask program
One volunteer overseeing Jefferson community mask program

Peninsula Daily News faces coronavirus challenges

To our readers, In a few short weeks, our world has changed. Today, we are facing unprecedented challenges as the world fights COVID-19. Trusted local… Continue reading