Isolation and quarantine are important to help keep the community healthy by containing illness. It can also be hard, especially for those living with multiple family members with a vulnerable family member at home, residents in a group or shared living facility, elders who may not have support, or anyone who does not have a home.
To help during the COVID-19 crisis, King County quickly established a number of safe, clean and comfortable places for community members to isolate, quarantine and recover from COVID-19.
Available to anyone who can’t safely self-quarantine or isolate in their own home or doesn’t have a home, the below infographic shares more about the services and care guests can expect at King County’s COVID-19 isolation and quarantine centers. The infographic is also available in 9 other languages on Public Health.
For additional information about King County’s Isolation/Quarantine and Assessment/Recovery Centers please visit DCHS’s COVID-19 Response page.