COVID-19 Health and Safety Resources

Note: for the most current information about Seattle Colleges' Infection Control Program, visit the Infection Control and Safety Training web page.

Testing Resources

If you have COVID-19 symptoms, please get tested right away: 

The following COVID-19 testing options are provided at no cost to you: 

You can order free, at-home COVID-19 test kits by mail from: 

Vaccination Resources

Getting boosted and remaining up-to-date with COVID-19 vaccinations is the most important layer of safety for preventing severe illness and reducing the potential for transmission. In addition, staying home when sick or symptomatic, and getting tested if you have symptoms or been exposed, remain very important layers of protection for reducing your risk.

Health Resources

What does it mean for COVID19 to be Endemic? 
Seattle Colleges District H&S

This is a 15 minute presentation on COVID19 as an endemic disease – it is an introductory level discussion on simple endemic disease patterns and how it relates to what we’ve been experiencing as COVID19 transitions from a novel virus to an endemic disease.

Emotional Health

Physical Health

Other Informational Resources

The following local, state, and national governmental websites provide official information about the COVID-19 response.

Discrimination and Stigma

Discrimination based on race or ethnicity only makes it harder to keep everyone healthy. While COVID-19 may have started in China, having Chinese or Asian ancestry – or any other ancestry – does not make a person more vulnerable to or a cause of this illness. COVID-19 doesn't recognize race, ethnicity, or nationality. Seattle & King County Public Health has put together a website of anti-stigma resources that may be helpful.