Peter Kirk Park is seen last month in Kirkland, Wash. (Mason Trinca for The Post)
Peter Kirk Park is seen last month in Kirkland, Wash. (Mason Trinca for The Post)
The Seattle skyline is visible from Kirkland Marina Boat Launch. (Mason Trinca for The Post)
The Seattle skyline is visible from Kirkland Marina Boat Launch. (Mason Trinca for The Post)
The Marina Park Public Beach in Kirkland. (Mason Trinca for The Post)
The Marina Park Public Beach in Kirkland. (Mason Trinca for The Post)

Seattle area used early social distancing, aggressive enforcement and widespread testing. The moves appear to be working.

Though King County was the site of the nation's first deadly outbreak, the latest data shows the rate of infection is slowing, and the numbers of deaths and new cases are expected to peak this week.

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States and top experts are pursuing a national strategy against coronavirus. The question is whether their effort can succeed without the federal government.

Labor secretary faces blowback as he curtails scope of worker relief in unemployment crisis

Eugene Scalia has come under fire over his handling of worker protection and the unemployment program.

Apple, Google unveil effort to help people track if they’ve come in contact with virus

Changes to iPhone and Android devices, the two companies announced, will make it easier for developers to create apps that assist in contact tracing.

Mass. veterans home faces Justice Dept. investigation after dozens of virus deaths

The department announced that it would explore whether the Holyoke Soldiers’ Home failed to provide “adequate medical care generally, and during, the coronavirus pandemic.”

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