Palak Genge, a research associate at the Allen Institute for Immunology, works with COVID-19 patient blood samples in the lab on August 4, 2020. (Erik Dinnel / Allen Institute for Immunology)
Palak Genge, a research associate at the Allen Institute for Immunology, works with COVID-19 patient blood samples in the lab on August 4, 2020. (Erik Dinnel / Allen Institute for Immunology)
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Immunology institute founded by Paul Allen shifts focus to tackle coronavirus

As coronavirus continues to spread, the fledgling Allen Institute for Immunology is taking on a new role trying to speed the development of treatments and vaccines.

Amazon

Amazon downplays latest relocation rumors, but experts say COVID makes Seattle even less attractive

Amazon- Doppler is reflected in Amazon – Day 1 as the spheres are off to the right. The Spheres, a greenhouse work space for Amazon employees and available for public tours. 

The campus around Amazon is less crowded after employees were asked to work from home early on in the coronavirus pandemic. 

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Police move their barricade back and use a crowd control agent, including a gas, to disperse the crowd and arrest protesters on East Pine Street and Broadway East Street in Capitol Hill as planned protests for a “Youth Day of Action and Solidarity with Portland” take place on Saturday in Seattle. 

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Seattle police oversight agencies reject total ban on crowd-control weapons passed by City Council Updated

Lisa Etter-Carlson, center, co-founder of Aurora Commons, a neighborhood support group, consoles Rebecca Brice who was forced to move from her residence at the Everspring Inn, 8217 Aurora Ave N. Friday afternoon. Sometime later Etter-Carlson told Brice she had found her another place to live.

Mass mid-pandemic eviction creates chaos at a Seattle motel that’s a refuge for homeless populations

Under half of Seattle’s elementary school kids logged in to online classes portal last spring, data shows

Seattle police arrest three after property damage during Friday protests Updated

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