A “stay home” sign in Seattle. Aggressive measures to slow the coronavirus epidemic in the Pacific northwest city are showing positive results. Photo: Reuters A “stay home” sign in Seattle. Aggressive measures to slow the coronavirus epidemic in the Pacific northwest city are showing positive results. Photo: Reuters
A “stay home” sign in Seattle. Aggressive measures to slow the coronavirus epidemic in the Pacific northwest city are showing positive results. Photo: Reuters

Seattle restrictions bear fruit as coronavirus infections slow in hard-hit US Pacific northwest city

  • ‘We slowed the transmission,’ Seattle mayor Jenny Durkan says, amid signs the tide is turning
  • Washington state was one of the first to ask people to observe social distancing, as early as the end of February

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
A “stay home” sign in Seattle. Aggressive measures to slow the coronavirus epidemic in the Pacific northwest city are showing positive results. Photo: Reuters A “stay home” sign in Seattle. Aggressive measures to slow the coronavirus epidemic in the Pacific northwest city are showing positive results. Photo: Reuters
A “stay home” sign in Seattle. Aggressive measures to slow the coronavirus epidemic in the Pacific northwest city are showing positive results. Photo: Reuters
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