PCC Staff Positive COVID Cases


PCC Staff Member COVID Update

September 30, 2022

PCC learned that staff tested positive for COVID-19 as follows:

  • September 25, 2022: One staff member at Edmonds
  • September 26, 2022: Two staff members at Bellevue and two at Kirkland
  • September 28, 2022: One staff member at West Seattle
  • September 30, 2022: One staff member at Issaquah

PCC continues to follow the CDC, state, and county health departments’ recommendations. Staff members who test positive for COVID-19 are receiving care and must remain out of work until the guidance from public health officials allows their return. Quarantine is not required as guided by the CDC for close contacts who are asymptomatic.


PCC Staff Member COVID Update

September 23, 2022

PCC learned that staff tested positive for COVID-19 as follows:

  • September 17, 2022: One staff member at Greenlake Village and one Edmonds
  • September 19, 2022: One staff member at Issaquah
  • September 20, 2022: One staff member at Central District
  • September 21, 2022: Two staff members at Central District, one at Greenlake Aurora, and one at Bellevue
  • September 22, 2022: Three staff members at Greenlake Aurora
  • September 23, 2022: Two staff members at Greenlake Aurora and two at Redmond

PCC continues to follow the CDC, state, and county health departments’ recommendations. Staff members who test positive for COVID-19 are receiving care and must remain out of work until the guidance from public health officials allows their return. Quarantine is not required as guided by the CDC for close contacts who are asymptomatic.


PCC Staff Member COVID Update

September 16, 2022

PCC learned that staff tested positive for COVID-19 as follows:

  • September 10, 2022: Three staff members at Downtown and one at West Seattle
  • September 12, 2022: One staff member at Central Kitchen
  • September 13, 2022: One staff member at Ballard and one at Downtown
  • September 16, 2022: Three staff members at Greenlake Village

PCC continues to follow the CDC, state, and county health departments’ recommendations. Staff members who test positive for COVID-19 are receiving care and must remain out of work until the guidance from public health officials allows their return. Quarantine is not required as guided by the CDC for close contacts who are asymptomatic.


PCC Staff Member COVID Update

September 9, 2022

PCC learned that staff tested positive for COVID-19 as follows:

  • September 3, 2022: Two Downtown, One Greenlake Village, One Burien
  • September 4, 2022: One Downtown
  • September 5, 2022: One West Seattle
  • September 6, 2022: One Issaquah
  • September 7, 2022: One Greenlake Village
  • September 8, 2022: One Downtown, One View Ridge

PCC continues to follow the CDC, state, and county health departments’ recommendations. Staff members who test positive for COVID-19 are receiving care and must remain out of work until the guidance from public health officials allows their return. Quarantine is not required as guided by the CDC for close contacts who are asymptomatic.


PCC Staff Member COVID Update

September 2, 2022

PCC learned that staff tested positive for COVID-19 as follows:

  • August 29, 2022: One each at Ballard, Burien and View Ridge
  • August 30, 2022: One each at Columbia City and Redmond
  • August 31, 2022: One at Fremont
  • September 1, 2022: One at View Ridge

PCC continues to follow the CDC, state, and county health departments’ recommendations. Staff members who test positive for COVID-19 are receiving care and must remain out of work until the guidance from public health officials allows their return. Quarantine is not required as guided by the CDC for close contacts who are asymptomatic.


PCC Staff Member COVID Update

August 26, 2022

PCC learned that staff tested positive for COVID-19 as follows:

  • August 20, 2022: One member at Columbia City
  • August 22, 2022: One member each at Columbia City, View Ridge, Ballard, and Redmond
  • August 24, 2022: One member at Columbia City
  • August 25, 2022: One member at Redmond

PCC continues to follow the CDC, state, and county health departments’ recommendations. Staff members who test positive for COVID-19 are receiving care and must remain out of work until the guidance from public health officials allows their return. Quarantine is not required as guided by the CDC for close contacts who are asymptomatic.


PCC Staff Member COVID Update

August 19, 2022

PCC learned that staff tested positive for COVID-19 as follows:

  • August 13, 2022: One member each at Fremont and Central District; two members at Kirkland; three members at Green Lake Aurora
  • August 17, 2022: One member each at Redmond and Bellevue
  • August 19, 2022: One member at Columbia City

PCC continues to follow the CDC, state, and county health departments’ recommendations. Staff members who test positive for COVID-19 are receiving care and must remain out of work until the guidance from public health officials allows their return. Quarantine is not required as guided by the CDC for close contacts who are asymptomatic.


PCC Staff Member COVID Update

August 12, 2022

PCC learned that staff tested positive for COVID-19 as follows:

  • August 6, 2022: One member at Issaquah
  • August 7, 2022: One member each at Kirkland, Columbia City, and Green Lake Village
  • August 8, 2022: One member each at Redmond and Downtown
  • August 9, 2022: Two members in Redmond
  • August 10, 2022: One member at Ballard, and two members at Burien
  • August 11, 2022: One member at Issaquah
  • August 12, 2022: Two members at Burien

PCC remains in regular contact with the King and Snohomish County Health Departments. They have informed us that our current COVID-19 cleaning protocol is sufficient to address the situations and that no store or department closures are required. Additionally, they’ve indicated that no other staff members at any location needed to self-quarantine if they are asymptomatic. Staff members who tested positive are receiving care and will not return to work until guidance from public health officials allows it. PCC is following the guidelines of the CDC and federal and local governments to protect the individual to ensure they do not lose wages as a result of these steps.


PCC Staff Member COVID Update

August 5, 2022

PCC learned that staff tested positive for COVID-19 as follows:

  • July 30, 2022: One member each at Redmond, Issaquah, and Ballard
  • July 31, 2022: One member each at Central District, Fremont, Ballard, and Issaquah
  • August 1, 2022: Three members at Redmond
  • August 2, 2022: Two members at Ballard
  • August 3, 2022: One member each at Issaquah, Kirkland, and Fremont
  • August 5, 2022: One member each at Central Kitchen, Ballard, and Fremont

PCC remains in regular contact with the King and Snohomish County Health Departments. They have informed us that our current COVID-19 cleaning protocol is sufficient to address the situations and that no store or department closures are required. Additionally, they’ve indicated that no other staff members at any location needed to self-quarantine if they are asymptomatic. Staff members who tested positive are receiving care and will not return to work until guidance from public health officials allows it. PCC is following the guidelines of the CDC and federal and local governments to protect the individual to ensure they do not lose wages as a result of these steps.


PCC Staff Member COVID Update

July 29, 2022

PCC learned that staff tested positive for COVID-19 as follows:

  • July 23, 2022: One member each at Central District and Kirkland
  • July 24, 2022: One member at Bothell; two members at Columbia City
  • July 25, 2022: One member each at Bothell, West Seattle, and Central District; two members at Redmond
  • July 26, 2022: One member each at Columbia City, Issaquah, and Downtown; Three members at Redmond
  • July 27, 2022: One member at Ballard; two members at Columbia City
  • July 28, 2022: One member at Ballard
  • July 29, 2022: One member each at View Ridge, Green Lake Village, and Issaquah

PCC remains in regular contact with the King and Snohomish County Health Departments. They have informed us that our current COVID-19 cleaning protocol is sufficient to address the situations and that no store or department closures are required. Additionally, they’ve indicated that no other staff members at any location needed to self-quarantine if they are asymptomatic. Staff members who tested positive are receiving care and will not return to work until guidance from public health officials allows it. PCC is following the guidelines of the CDC and federal and local governments to protect the individual to ensure they do not lose wages as a result of these steps.


PCC Staff Member COVID Update

July 22, 2022

PCC learned that staff tested positive for COVID-19 as follows:

  • July 16, 2022: One member at Green Lake Aurora, two members each at Edmonds and Columbia City
  • July 17, 2022: One member each at Redmond, Central District, and Green Lake Village; two members each at Green Lake Aurora and Columbia City
  • July 18, 2022: Two members each at Columbia City and Redmond; one member each at Green Lake Village, View Ridge, and Bellevue
  • July 19, 2022: One member each at Bellevue, View Ridge, and Issaquah; two members at Green Lake Village; three members at Columbia City
  • July 20, 2022: One member each at Bellevue, Bothell, and Edmonds
  • July 21, 2022: One member each at Redmond and Green Lake Aurora
  • July 22, 2022: One member each at Fremont and Central District

PCC remains in regular contact with the King and Snohomish County Health Departments. They have informed us that our current COVID-19 cleaning protocol is sufficient to address the situations and that no store or department closures are required. Additionally, they’ve indicated that no other staff members at any location needed to self-quarantine if they are asymptomatic. Staff members who tested positive are receiving care and will not return to work until guidance from public health officials allows it. PCC is following the guidelines of the CDC and federal and local governments to protect the individual to ensure they do not lose wages as a result of these steps.


PCC Staff Member COVID Update

July 15, 2022

PCC learned that staff tested positive for COVID-19 as follows:

  • July 9, 2022: One member in Burien
  • July 11, 2022: Two members in West Seattle; one member each in Kirkland, Redmond, the Central Kitchen, Downtown, and Columbia City
  • July 12, 2022: One member Downtown
  • July 14, 2022: One member in West Seattle, one member in Kirkland
  • July 15, 2022: One member in Green Lake Village

PCC remains in regular contact with the King and Snohomish County Health Departments. They have informed us that our current COVID-19 cleaning protocol is sufficient to address the situations and that no store or department closures are required. Additionally, they’ve indicated that no other staff members at any location needed to self-quarantine if they are asymptomatic. Staff members who tested positive are receiving care and will not return to work until guidance from public health officials allows it. PCC is following the guidelines of the CDC and federal and local governments to protect the individual to ensure they do not lose wages as a result of these steps.


PCC Staff Member COVID Update

July 8, 2022

PCC learned that staff tested positive for COVID-19 as follows:

  • July 2, 2022: One member each at Kirkland, Burien, View Ridge, Bellevue, and Green Lake Aurora
  • July 3, 2022: Two members at Issaquah, one member each at Bellevue and Central District
  • July 4, 2022: One member at Edmonds, three members at Bellevue, two members at Burien, and one member at Green Lake Aurora
  • July 5, 2022: One member at Ballard, two members at Green Lake Aurora, and one member at Burien
  • July 6, 2022: One member each at Bellevue and Ballard
  • July 7, 2022: One member each at Ballard and Central District
  • July 8, 2022: One member each at Ballard and Issaquah

PCC remains in regular contact with the King and Snohomish County Health Departments. They have informed us that our current COVID-19 cleaning protocol is sufficient to address the situations and that no store or department closures are required. Additionally, they’ve indicated that no other staff members at any location needed to self-quarantine if they are asymptomatic. Staff members who tested positive are receiving care and will not return to work until guidance from public health officials allows it. PCC is following the guidelines of the CDC and federal and local governments to protect the individual to ensure they do not lose wages as a result of these steps.


PCC Staff Member COVID Update

July 1, 2022

PCC learned that staff tested positive for COVID-19 as follows:

  • June 24, 2022: One member each at Fremont and Ballard
  • June 26, 2022: One member each at Green Lake Aurora and Columbia City
  • June 27, 2022: One member each at Fremont, Issaquah, Redmond, Central District, and Burien
  • June 28, 2022: One member each at Green Lake Aurora, West Seattle, Issaquah, Bellevue, and Edmonds; two members at View Ridge
  • June 29, 2022: One member each at Kirkland, Fremont, and Downtown; two members at Issaquah
  • June 30, 2022: One member each at Kirkland, Redmond, Issaquah, and Burien
  • July 1, 2022: One member each at Green Lake Village, Kirkland, and Bellevue; two members at Issaquah

PCC remains in regular contact with the King and Snohomish County Health Departments. They have informed us that our current COVID-19 cleaning protocol is sufficient to address the situations and that no store or department closures are required. Additionally, they’ve indicated that no other staff members at any location needed to self-quarantine if they are asymptomatic. Staff members who tested positive are receiving care and will not return to work until guidance from public health officials allows it. PCC is following the guidelines of the CDC and federal and local governments to protect the individual to ensure they do not lose wages as a result of these steps.


PCC Staff Member COVID Update

June 24, 2022

PCC learned that staff tested positive for COVID-19 as follows:

  • June 17, 2022: one member each at Ballard, Bothell, Columbia City, Redmond, and Kirkland; two members at Fremont
  • June 18, 2022: one member at Ballard, one member at West Seattle; two members at Bellevue
  • June 19, 2022: one member each at Bellevue, Bothell, Columbia City, and View Ridge
  • June 20, 2022: one member at Bellevue, one member Downtown; two members at Bellevue
  • June 21, 2022: one member each at Bellevue, Central District, Edmonds, and View Ridge; two members at Ballard
  • June 22, 2022: one member at Green Lake Village
  • June 23, 2022: one member each at Ballard, Bellevue, and View Ridge

PCC remains in regular contact with the King and Snohomish County Health Departments. They have informed us that our current COVID-19 cleaning protocol is sufficient to address the situations and that no store or department closures are required. Additionally, they’ve indicated that no other staff members at any location needed to self-quarantine if they are asymptomatic. Staff members who tested positive are receiving care and will not return to work until guidance from public health officials allows it. PCC is following the guidelines of the CDC and federal and local governments to protect the individual to ensure they do not lose wages as a result of these steps.


PCC Staff Member COVID Update

June 17, 2022

PCC learned that staff tested positive for COVID-19 as follows:

  • June 11, 2022: one member at Kirkland PCC
  • June 12, 2022: one member at Issaquah PCC, one member at View Ridge PCC, one member at Kirkland PCC, one member at Green Lake Village PCC
  • June 13, 2022: one member at Kirkland PCC, one member at Burien PCC
  • June 15, 2022: one member at Burien PCC, one member at Bothell PCC
  • June 16, 2022: one member at Bellevue PCC

PCC remains in regular contact with the King and Snohomish County Health Departments. They have informed us that our current COVID-19 cleaning protocol is sufficient to address the situations and that no store or department closures are required. Additionally, they’ve indicated that no other staff members at any location needed to self-quarantine if they are asymptomatic. Staff members who tested positive are receiving care and will not return to work until guidance from public health officials allows it. PCC is following the guidelines of the CDC and federal and local governments to protect the individual to ensure they do not lose wages as a result of these steps.


PCC Staff Member COVID Update

June 10, 2022

PCC learned that staff tested positive for COVID-19 as follows:

  • June 4, 2022: one member at Burien PCC and two members at View Ridge PCC
  • June 5, 2022: two members at Kirkland PCC and one member at Redmond PCC and Issaquah PCC
  • June 7, 2022: one member at West Seattle PCC
  • June 8, 2022: one member at Kirkland PCC
  • June 9, 2022: two members at Kirkland PCC and one member at West Seattle PCC, Downtown PCC, and Issaquah PCC
  • June 10, 2022: one member at Issaquah PCC

PCC remains in regular contact with the King and Snohomish County Health Departments. They have informed us that our current COVID-19 cleaning protocol is sufficient to address the situations and that no store or department closures are required. Additionally, they’ve indicated that no other staff members at any location needed to self-quarantine if they are asymptomatic. Staff members who tested positive are receiving care and will not return to work until guidance from public health officials allows it. PCC is following the guidelines of the CDC and federal and local governments to protect the individual to ensure they do not lose wages as a result of these steps.


PCC Staff Member COVID Update

June 3, 2022

PCC learned that staff tested positive for COVID-19 as follows:

  • May 31, 2022: one member at View Ridge PCC
  • June 1, 2022: two members at Kirkland PCC and one member at West Seattle PCC, View Ridge PCC and Edmonds PCC
  • June 2, 2022: one member at Fremont PCC

PCC remains in regular contact with the King and Snohomish County Health Departments. They have informed us that our current COVID-19 cleaning protocol is sufficient to address the situations and that no store or department closures are required. Additionally, they’ve indicated that no other staff members at any location needed to self-quarantine if they are asymptomatic. Staff members who tested positive are receiving care and will not return to work until guidance from public health officials allows it. PCC is following the guidelines of the CDC and federal and local governments to protect the individual to ensure they do not lose wages as a result of these steps.


PCC Staff Member COVID Update

May 31, 2022

PCC learned that staff tested positive for COVID-19 as follows:

  • May 20, 2022: one member at Burien PCC, Bothell PCC and Columbia City PCC
  • May 21, 2022: one member at Burien PCC and Redmond PCC
  • May 22, 2022: one member at Burien PCC
  • May 23, 2022: one member at Green Lake Aurora PCC
  • May 25, 2022: one member at Bellevue PCC and Ballard PCC
  • May 26, 2022: one member at Fremont PCC, Columbia City PCC and Green Lake Aurora  PCC
  • May 27, 2022: one member at Kirkland PCC, Redmond PCC, Green Lake Village PCC and Edmonds PCC
  • May 28, 2022: one member at West Seattle PCC, Columbia City PCC and Ballard PCC
  • May 29, 2022: two members at Columbia City PCC and one at Ballard PCC and Redmond PCC
  • May 30, 2022: one member at Ballard PCC and Kirkland PCC

PCC remains in regular contact with the King and Snohomish County Health Departments. They have informed us that our current COVID-19 cleaning protocol is sufficient to address the situations and that no store or department closures are required. Additionally, they’ve indicated that no other staff members at any location needed to self-quarantine if they are asymptomatic. Staff members who tested positive are receiving care and will not return to work until guidance from public health officials allows it. PCC is following the guidelines of the CDC and federal and local governments to protect the individual to ensure they do not lose wages as a result of these steps.


PCC Staff Member COVID Update

May 20, 2022

PCC learned that staff tested positive for COVID-19 as follows:

  • May 14, 2022: one member at Downtown PCC, Redmond PCC, Green Lake Aurora PCC and Fremont PCC
  • May 15, 2022: one member at Issaquah PCC and Redmond PCC
  • May 16, 2022: one member at View Ridge PCC, West Seattle PCC, Issaquah PCC and Bothell PCC
  • May 17, 2022: two members Fremont PCC and one member at Issaquah PCC, Downtown PCC
  • May 18, 2022: one member at Edmonds PCC, Green Lake Aurora PCC and Burien PCC
  • May 19, 2022: one member at Green Lake Village PCC, Ballard PCC and Fremont PCC

PCC remains in regular contact with the King and Snohomish County Health Departments. They have informed us that our current COVID-19 cleaning protocol is sufficient to address the situations and that no store or department closures are required. Additionally, they’ve indicated that no other staff members at any location needed to self-quarantine if they are asymptomatic. Staff members who tested positive are receiving care and will not return to work until guidance from public health officials allows it. PCC is following the guidelines of the CDC and federal and local governments to protect the individual to ensure they do not lose wages as a result of these steps.


PCC Staff Member COVID Update

May 13, 2022

PCC learned that staff tested positive for COVID-19 as follows:

  • May 7, 2022: 2 issaquah; 1 West Seattle; 1 Redmond; 1 Kirkland; 1 Columbia City
  • May 8, 2022: 1 Kirkland; 1 West Seattle
  • May 9, 2022: 7 Burien; 1 Central District; 1 Fremont;
  • May 10, 2022: 1 Ballard; 1 Central District; 2 Fremont; 1 West Seattle
  • May 11, 2022: 1 Central District; 2 Downtown
  • May 12, 2022: 2 Burien; 1 Columbia City; 4 Downtown; 1 Fremont; 1 Kirkland; 1 West Seattle
  • May 13, 2022: 1 Issaquah

PCC remains in regular contact with the King and Snohomish County Health Departments. They have informed us that our current COVID-19 cleaning protocol is sufficient to address the situations and that no store or department closures are required. Additionally, they’ve indicated that no other staff members at any location needed to self-quarantine if they are asymptomatic. Staff members who tested positive are receiving care and will not return to work until guidance from public health officials allows it. PCC is following the guidelines of the CDC and federal and local governments to protect the individual to ensure they do not lose wages as a result of these steps.


PCC Staff Member COVID Update

May 6, 2022

PCC learned that staff tested positive for COVID-19 as follows:

May 2, 2022: one member at Central District PCC, Green Lake Aurora PCC, Ballard PCC and Issaquah PCC
May 4, 2022: one member at Burien PCC

PCC remains in regular contact with the King and Snohomish County Health Departments. They have informed us that our current COVID-19 cleaning protocol is sufficient to address the situations and that no store or department closures are required. Additionally, they’ve indicated that no other staff members at any location needed to self-quarantine if they are asymptomatic. Staff members who tested positive are receiving care and will not return to work until guidance from public health officials allows it. PCC is following the guidelines of the CDC and federal and local governments to protect the individual to ensure they do not lose wages as a result of these steps.


PCC Staff Member COVID Update

May 2, 2022

PCC learned that staff tested positive for COVID-19 as follows:

  • April 23, 2022: one member at Central District PCC
  • April 24, 2022: one member at Columbia City PCC
  • April 26, 2022: one member at Burien PCC and Columbia City PCC
  • April 27, 2022: two members at Fremont PCC and one at Downtown PCC
  • April 28, 2022: two members at Fremont PCC and one at Bellevue PCC
  • April 29, 2022: one member at Issaquah PCC
  • May 1, 2022: one member at Redmond PCC

PCC remains in regular contact with the King and Snohomish County Health Departments. They have informed us that our current COVID-19 cleaning protocol is sufficient to address the situations and that no store or department closures are required. Additionally, they’ve indicated that no other staff members at any location needed to self-quarantine if they are asymptomatic. Staff members who tested positive are receiving care and will not return to work until guidance from public health officials allows it. PCC is following the guidelines of the CDC and federal and local governments to protect the individual to ensure they do not lose wages as a result of these steps.


PCC Staff Member COVID Update

April 22, 2022

PCC learned that staff tested positive for COVID-19 as follows:

  • April 15, 2022: one member at Burien PCC and Downtown PCC
  • April 16, 2022: one member at Burien PCC
  • April 17, 2022: one member at Green Lake Aurora and Issaquah PCC
  • April 18, 2022: one member at Burien PCC and Green Lake Village PCC
  • April 19, 2022: one members at Green Lake Aurora PCC and Redmond PCC
  • April 21, 2022: two members at Issaquah PCC
  • April 22, 2022: one members at Fremont PCC

PCC remains in regular contact with the King and Snohomish County Health Departments. They have informed us that our current COVID-19 cleaning protocol is sufficient to address the situations and that no store or department closures are required. Additionally, they’ve indicated that no other staff members at any location needed to self-quarantine if they are asymptomatic. Staff members who tested positive are receiving care and will not return to work until guidance from public health officials allows it. PCC is following the guidelines of the CDC and federal and local governments to protect the individual to ensure they do not lose wages as a result of these steps.


PCC Staff Member COVID Update

April 15, 2022

PCC learned that staff tested positive for COVID-19 as follows:

  • April 13, 2022: one member from Columbia City PCC
  • April 15, 2022: one member from Fremont PCC

PCC remains in regular contact with the King and Snohomish County Health Departments. They have informed us that our current COVID-19 cleaning protocol is sufficient to address the situations and that no store or department closures are required. Additionally, they’ve indicated that no other staff members at any location needed to self-quarantine if they are asymptomatic. Staff members who tested positive are receiving care and will not return to work until guidance from public health officials allows it. PCC is following the guidelines of the CDC and federal and local governments to protect the individual to ensure they do not lose wages as a result of these steps.


PCC Staff Member COVID Update

April 11, 2022

PCC learned that staff tested positive for COVID-19 as follows:

  • March 29, 2022: one staff member from Burien PCC
  • April 2, 2022: one staff member from Columbia City PCC
  • April 7, 2022: one staff member from Columbia City PCC

PCC remains in regular contact with the King and Snohomish County Health Departments. They have informed us that our current COVID-19 cleaning protocol is sufficient to address the situations and that no store or department closures are required. Additionally, they’ve indicated that no other staff members at any location needed to self-quarantine if they are asymptomatic. Staff members who tested positive are receiving care and will not return to work until guidance from public health officials allows it. PCC is following the guidelines of the CDC and federal and local governments to protect the individual to ensure they do not lose wages as a result of these steps.


PCC Staff Member COVID Update

March 31, 2022

PCC learned that staff tested positive for COVID-19 as follows:

  • March 30, 2022: one staff member from Green Lake Aurora and West Seattle PCC

PCC remains in regular contact with the King and Snohomish County Health Departments. They have informed us that our current COVID-19 cleaning protocol is sufficient to address the situations and that no store or department closures are required. Additionally, they’ve indicated that no other staff members at any location needed to self-quarantine if they are asymptomatic. Staff members who tested positive are receiving care and will not return to work until guidance from public health officials allows it. PCC is following the guidelines of the CDC and federal and local governments to protect the individual to ensure they do not lose wages as a result of these steps.


PCC Staff Member COVID Update

March 25, 2022

PCC learned that staff tested positive for COVID-19 as follows:

  • March 21, 2022: one staff member from Edmonds PCC
  • March 24, 2022: one staff member from Burien PCC

PCC remains in regular contact with the King and Snohomish County Health Departments. They have informed us that our current COVID-19 cleaning protocol is sufficient to address the situations and that no store or department closures are required. Additionally, they’ve indicated that no other staff members at any location needed to self-quarantine if they are asymptomatic. Staff members who tested positive are receiving care and will not return to work until guidance from public health officials allows it. PCC is following the guidelines of the CDC and federal and local governments to protect the individual to ensure they do not lose wages as a result of these steps.


PCC Staff Member COVID Update

March 11, 2022

Since March 5, 2022, PCC learned that staff tested positive for COVID-19 as follows:

  • March 7, 2022: one member at West Seattle PCC

PCC remains in regular contact with the King and Snohomish County Health Departments. They have informed us that our current COVID-19 cleaning protocol is sufficient to address the situations and that no store or department closures are required. Additionally, they’ve indicated that no other staff members at any location needed to self-quarantine if they are asymptomatic. Staff members who tested positive are receiving care and will not return to work until guidance from public health officials allows it. PCC is following the guidelines of the CDC and federal and local governments to protect the individual to ensure they do not lose wages as a result of these steps.


PCC Staff Member COVID Update

March 4, 2022

Since February 25, 2022, PCC learned that staff tested positive for COVID-19 as follows:

  • February 28, 2022: three members at Redmond PCC, two members at Ballard PCC and one member at Downtown PCC and Bellevue PCC
  • March 4, 2022: one member at Bellevue PCC

PCC remains in regular contact with the King and Snohomish County Health Departments. They have informed us that our current COVID-19 cleaning protocol is sufficient to address the situations and that no store or department closures are required. Additionally, they’ve indicated that no other staff members at any location needed to self-quarantine if they are asymptomatic. Staff members who tested positive are receiving care and will not return to work until guidance from public health officials allows it. PCC is following the guidelines of the CDC and federal and local governments to protect the individual to ensure they do not lose wages as a result of these steps.


PCC Staff Member COVID Update

February 25, 2022

Since February 19, 2022, PCC learned that staff tested positive for COVID-19 as follows:

  • February 19, 2022: one member at Green Lake Village PCC

PCC remains in regular contact with the King and Snohomish County Health Departments. They have informed us that our current COVID-19 cleaning protocol is sufficient to address the situations and that no store or department closures are required. Additionally, they’ve indicated that no other staff members at any location needed to self-quarantine if they are asymptomatic. Staff members who tested positive are receiving care and will not return to work until guidance from public health officials allows it. PCC is following the guidelines of the CDC and federal and local governments to protect the individual to ensure they do not lose wages as a result of these steps.


PCC Staff Member COVID Update

February 18, 2022

Since February 11, 2022, PCC learned that staff tested positive for COVID-19 as follows:

  • February 12, 2022: one member at Bothell PCC and Green Lake Village PCC
  • February 14, 2022: one member at Redmond PCC
  • February 17, 2022: one member at Burien PCC
  • February 18, 2022: one member at Bothell PCC

PCC remains in regular contact with the King and Snohomish County Health Departments. They have informed us that our current COVID-19 cleaning protocol is sufficient to address the situations and that no store or department closures are required. Additionally, they’ve indicated that no other staff members at any location needed to self-quarantine if they are asymptomatic. Staff members who tested positive are receiving care and will not return to work until guidance from public health officials allows it. PCC is following the guidelines of the CDC and federal and local governments to protect the individual to ensure they do not lose wages as a result of these steps.


PCC Staff Member COVID Update

February 11, 2022

Since February 5, 2022, PCC learned that staff tested positive for COVID-19 as follows:

  • February 5, 2022: one member at Bellevue PCC
  • February 7, 2022: two members at Columbia City PCC and one at Fremont PCC
  • February 9, 2022: one member at Edmonds PCC, Bothell PCC and Fremont PCC

PCC remains in regular contact with the King and Snohomish County Health Departments. They have informed us that our current COVID-19 cleaning protocol is sufficient to address the situations and that no store or department closures are required. Additionally, they’ve indicated that no other staff members at any location needed to self-quarantine if they are asymptomatic. Staff members who tested positive are receiving care and will not return to work until guidance from public health officials allows it. PCC is following the guidelines of the CDC and federal and local governments to protect the individual to ensure they do not lose wages as a result of these steps.


PCC Staff Member COVID Update

February 4, 2022

Since January 28, 2022, PCC learned that staff tested positive for COVID-19 as follows:

  • January 28, 2022: one member at Green Lake Village PCC
  • January 29, 2022: one member at Central District PCC
  • January 30, 2022: one member at Downtown PCC and Issaquah PCC
  • January 31, 2022: one member at Central District PCC
  • February 2, 2022: one member at Downtown PCC, Edmonds PCC, Green Lake Aurora PCC and Green Lake Village PCC
  • February 3, 2022: one member at Bellevue PCC
  • February 4, 2022: one member at Bothell PCC and Green Lake Village PCC

PCC remains in regular contact with the King and Snohomish County Health Departments. They have informed us that our current COVID-19 cleaning protocol is sufficient to address the situations and that no store or department closures are required. Additionally, they’ve indicated that no other staff members at any location needed to self-quarantine if they are asymptomatic. Staff members who tested positive are receiving care and will not return to work until guidance from public health officials allows it. PCC is following the guidelines of the CDC and federal and local governments to protect the individual to ensure they do not lose wages as a result of these steps.


PCC Staff Member COVID Update

January 28, 2022

Since January 22, 2022, PCC learned that staff tested positive for COVID-19 as follows:

  • January 22, 2022: one member at Columbia City PCC, Green Lake Village PCC and Issaquah PCC
  • January 23, 2022: two members at Green Lake Village PCC and one at Central District PCC and View Ridge PCC
  • January 24, 2022: one member at Bothell PCC, Burien PCC, Central District PCC and View Ridge PCC
  • January 25, 2022: one member at Ballard PCC, Columbia City PCC, Fremont PCC, Green Lake Aurora PCC and West Seattle PCC
  • January 26, 2022: one member at Columbia City PCC, Downtown PCC, Green Lake Village PCC and West Seattle PCC
  • January 27, 2022: two members at Redmond PCC and one member at Burien PCC, Central District PCC, Green Lake Village and West Seattle PCC

PCC remains in regular contact with the King and Snohomish County Health Departments. They have informed us that our current COVID-19 cleaning protocol is sufficient to address the situations and that no store or department closures are required. Additionally, they’ve indicated that no other staff members at any location needed to self-quarantine if they are asymptomatic. Staff members who tested positive are receiving care and will not return to work until guidance from public health officials allows it. PCC is following the guidelines of the CDC and federal and local governments to protect the individual to ensure they do not lose wages as a result of these steps.


PCC Staff Member COVID Update

January 21, 2022

Since January 14 2022, PCC learned that staff tested positive for COVID-19 as follows:

  • January 15, 2022 – three members at West Seattle PCC, two members at Burien PCC and Ballard PCC, one member at Redmond PCC, Bellevue PCC, Columbia City PCC, and Edmonds PCC
  • January 16, 2022 – two members at Columbia City PCC and West Seattle PCC, one member at Edmonds PCC and Redmond PCC, three members at View Ridge PCC
  • January 17, 2022 – four members at Burien PCC, three members at Columbia City PCC, one member at Edmonds PCC, Issaquah PCC, Redmond PCC, and View Ridge PCC
  • January 18, 2022 – two members at Bothell PCC, three members at Edmonds PCC, one member at Redmond PCC, Central District PCC, View Ridge PCC, and West Seattle PCC
  • January 19, 2022 – one member at Ballard PCC, Columbia City PCC, Downtown PCC, Fremont PCC, and Redmond PCC
  • January 20, 2022 – one member at Ballard PCC, Downtown PCC, Edmonds PCC, Green Lake Village PCC, and Kirkland PCC
  • January 21, 2022 – one member at Downtown PCC, Green Lake Aurora PCC, Green Lake Village PCC, and Kirkland PCC

PCC remains in regular contact with the King and Snohomish County Health Departments. They have informed us that our current COVID-19 cleaning protocol is sufficient to address the situations and that no store or department closures are required. Additionally, they’ve indicated that no other staff members at any location needed to self-quarantine if they are asymptomatic. Staff members who tested positive are receiving care and will not return to work until guidance from public health officials allows it. PCC is following the guidelines of the CDC and federal and local governments to protect the individual to ensure they do not lose wages as a result of these steps.


PCC Staff Member COVID Update

January 14, 2022

Since January 8, 2022, PCC learned that staff tested positive for COVID-19 as follows:

  • January 8, 2022 – four members of Ballard PCC and Fremont PCC, three members of Redmond PCC, two members of Central District PCC, West Seattle PCC and Issaquah PCC, one member at Bothell PCC, Bellevue PCC and View Ridge PCC
  • January 9, 2022 – two members at Redmond PCC and one at Central District PCC, View Ridge PCC and West Seattle PCC
  • January 10, 2022 – two members at Edmonds PCC and Redmond PCC and one member at Burien PCC, Bothell PCC, Bellevue PCC, Central District PCC, PCC’s Central Kitchen, and Fremont PCC
  • January 11, 2022 – two members at Columbia City PCC and Redmond PCC and one member at Burien PCC, Bellevue PCC, Central District PCC and Green Lake Aurora PCC
  • January 12, 2022 – two members at Redmond PCC and one member at Burien PCC, Columbia City PCC, Central District PCC and PCC’s Central Kitchen
  • January 13, 2022 – one member at Ballard PCC, Columbia City PCC, Central District PCC, Edmonds PCC, Fremont PCC, Kirkland PCC and West Seattle PCC
  • January 14, 2022 – one member at Ballard PCC, Green Lake Village PCC, Redmond PCC and West Seattle PCC

PCC remains in regular contact with the King and Snohomish County Health Departments. They have informed us that our current COVID-19 cleaning protocol is sufficient to address the situations and that no store or department closures are required. Additionally, they’ve indicated that no other staff members at any location needed to self-quarantine if they are asymptomatic. Staff members who tested positive are receiving care and will not return to work until guidance from public health officials allows it. PCC is following the guidelines of the CDC and federal and local governments to protect the individual to ensure they do not lose wages as a result of these steps.


PCC Staff Member COVID Update

January 7, 2022

Since January 1, 2022, PCC learned that staff tested positive for COVID-19 as follows:

  • January 1, 2022 – a staff member at Green Lake PCC, Central District PCC and two staff members at Redmond PCC
  • January 3, 2022 – a staff member at Edmonds PCC and Green Lake Village PCC
  • January 4, 2022 – a staff member at Issaquah PCC and View Ridge PCC
  • January 5, 2022 – a staff member at Bothell PCC, Columbia City PCC, Edmonds PCC, Issaquah PCC, West Seattle PCC and two staff members at Redmond PCC
  • January 6, 2022 – a staff member at Central District PCC, Green Lake Aurora PCC, Kirkland PCC, View Ridge PCC, West Seattle PCC, two staff members at Green Lake Village and three staff members at Redmond PCC
  • January 7, 2022 – a staff member at Bellevue PCC, Issaquah PCC, two staff members at Kirkland PCC, three staff members at Green Lake Village PCC and four staff members Redmond PCC

PCC remains in regular contact with the King and Snohomish County Health Departments. They have informed us that our current COVID-19 cleaning protocol is sufficient to address the situations and that no store or department closures are required. Additionally, they’ve indicated that no other staff members at any location needed to self-quarantine if they are asymptomatic. Staff members who tested positive are receiving care and will not return to work until guidance from public health officials allows it. PCC is following the guidelines of the CDC and federal and local governments to protect the individual to ensure they do not lose wages as a result of these steps.


PCC Staff Member COVID Update

January 5, 2022

PCC continues to prioritize the safety and well-being of its staff. The co-op recognizes that strong safety measures must remain in place for the foreseeable future and is committed to maintain the following:

  • Staff are required to wear masks while at work
  • Provide free PPE to staff and customers in stores; staff will continue to be provided both KN95 masks and surgical masks.
  • Continue to provide timely updates and educational materials to staff on vaccines
  • Maintain store COVID-19 safety controls, including plexi-glass barriers, self-check, enhanced cleaning, safety messaging, and sanitization stations.
  • Provide paid time off for staff quarantining after a positive COVID-19 test.
  • Track, trace and notify staff about potential COVID-19 proximity.
  • Keep all staff regularly educated on latest COVID-19 protocols and requirements.
  • Evaluate new safety protocols as they come to light.

The co-op will continue to share updates as needed on a weekly basis for any positive staff cases. As noted above, for any positive case, PCC tracks, traces and notifies staff about potential COVID-19 proximity. This blog provides all updates of positive cases. In December, PCC learned that staff tested positive for COVID-19 as follows:

  • December 18, 2021 – a staff member at Central District PCC
  • December 19, 2021 – a staff member at Redmond PCC
  • December 24, 2021 – a staff member at Columbia City PCC
  • December 28, 2021 – a staff member at Redmond PCC and a staff member at Central District PCC
  • December 29, 2021 – three staff members at Burien PCC
  • December 30, 2021 – a staff member at Issaquah
  • December 31, 2021 – a staff member at Bellevue PCC, Bothell PCC, Green Lake Village PCC, Issaquah PCC and Central District PCC

PCC remains in regular contact with the King and Snohomish County Health Departments. For all cases noted, PCC’s current COVID-19 cleaning protocol is sufficient to address the situation and that no store or department closures are required. Additionally, no other staff members at any location needed to self-quarantine if they are asymptomatic. Staff members who tested positive are receiving care and will not return to work until guidance from public health officials allows it. PCC is following the guidelines of the CDC and federal and local governments to protect the individual to ensure they do not lose wages as a result of these steps.


Staff Member at Fremont PCC Tests Positive for COVID-19

November 30, 2021

PCC learned today that a staff member at our Fremont store has tested positive for COVID-19. This staff member last worked in the store on November 26, 2021. PCC has been in regular contact with the King County Health Department. They have informed us that our current COVID-19 cleaning protocol is sufficient to address the situation and that no store or department closures are required. Additionally, they’ve indicated that no other staff members at Fremont PCC need to self-quarantine if they are asymptomatic. The staff member who tested positive is receiving care and will not return to work until guidance from public health officials allows it. PCC is following the guidelines of the CDC and federal and local governments to protect the individual to ensure they do not lose wages as a result of these steps.


Staff Member at Green Lake Aurora PCC Tests Positive for COVID-19

November 24, 2021

PCC learned yesterday that a staff member at our Green Lake Aurora store has tested positive for COVID-19. This staff member last worked in the store on November 20, 2021. PCC has been in regular contact with King County Health Department. They have informed us that our current COVID-19 cleaning protocol is sufficient to address the situation and that no store or department closures are required. Additionally, they’ve indicated that no other staff members at Green Lake Aurora PCC need to self-quarantine if they are asymptomatic. The staff member who tested positive is receiving care and will not return to work until guidance from public health officials allows it. PCC is following the guidelines of the CDC and federal and local governments to protect the individual to ensure they do not lose wages as a result of these steps.


Staff Member at Ballard PCC Tests Positive for COVID-19

November 23, 2021

PCC learned today that a staff member at our Ballard store has tested positive for COVID-19. This staff member last worked in the store on November 19, 2021. PCC has been in regular contact with the King County Health Department. They have informed us that our current COVID-19 cleaning protocol is sufficient to address the situation and that no store or department closures are required. Additionally, they’ve indicated that no other staff members at Ballard PCC need to self-quarantine if they are asymptomatic. The staff member who tested positive is receiving care and will not return to work until guidance from public health officials allows it. PCC is following the guidelines of the CDC and federal and local governments to protect the individual to ensure they do not lose wages as a result of these steps.


Staff Member at Kirkland PCC Tests Positive for COVID-19

November 17, 2021

PCC learned today that a staff member at our Kirkland store has tested positive for COVID-19. This staff member last worked in the store on November 16, 2021. PCC has been in regular contact with the King County Health Department. They have informed us that our current COVID-19 cleaning protocol is sufficient to address the situation and that no store or department closures are required. Additionally, they’ve indicated that no other staff members at Kirkland PCC need to self-quarantine if they are asymptomatic. The staff member who tested positive is receiving care and will not return to work until guidance from public health officials allows it. PCC is following the guidelines of the CDC and federal and local governments to protect the individual to ensure they do not lose wages as a result of these steps.


Staff Member at Kirkland PCC Tests Positive for COVID-19

November 17, 2021

PCC learned today that a staff member at our Kirkland store has tested positive for COVID-19. This staff member last worked in the store on November 15, 2021. PCC has been in regular contact with the King County Health Department. They have informed us that our current COVID-19 cleaning protocol is sufficient to address the situation and that no store or department closures are required. Additionally, they’ve indicated that no other staff members at Kirkland PCC need to self-quarantine if they are asymptomatic. The staff member who tested positive is receiving care and will not return to work until guidance from public health officials allows it. PCC is following the guidelines of the CDC and federal and local governments to protect the individual to ensure they do not lose wages as a result of these steps.


Staff Member at Redmond PCC Tests Positive for COVID-19

November 16, 2021

PCC learned today that a staff member at our Redmond store has tested positive for COVID-19. This staff member last worked in the store on November 13, 2021. PCC has been in regular contact with the King County Health Department. They have informed us that our current COVID-19 cleaning protocol is sufficient to address the situation and that no store or department closures are required. Additionally, they’ve indicated that no other staff members at Redmond PCC need to self-quarantine if they are asymptomatic. The staff member who tested positive is receiving care and will not return to work until guidance from public health officials allows it. PCC is following the guidelines of the CDC and federal and local governments to protect the individual to ensure they do not lose wages as a result of these steps.


Staff Member at Redmond PCC Tests Positive for COVID-19

November 15, 2021

PCC learned today that a staff member at our Redmond store has tested positive for COVID-19. This staff member last worked in the store on November 7, 2021. PCC has been in regular contact with the King County Health Department. They have informed us that our current COVID-19 cleaning protocol is sufficient to address the situation and that no store or department closures are required. Additionally, they’ve indicated that no other staff members at Redmond PCC need to self-quarantine if they are asymptomatic. The staff member who tested positive is receiving care and will not return to work until guidance from public health officials allows it. PCC is following the guidelines of the CDC and federal and local governments to protect the individual to ensure they do not lose wages as a result of these steps.


Staff Member at Kirkland PCC Tests Positive for COVID-19

November 15, 2021

PCC learned this weekend that a staff member at our Kirkland store has tested positive for COVID-19. This staff member last worked in the store on November 6, 2021. PCC has been in regular contact with the King County Health Department. They have informed us that our current COVID-19 cleaning protocol is sufficient to address the situation and that no store or department closures are required. Additionally, they’ve indicated that no other staff members at Kirkland PCC need to self-quarantine if they are asymptomatic. The staff member who tested positive is receiving care and will not return to work until guidance from public health officials allows it. PCC is following the guidelines of the CDC and federal and local governments to protect the individual to ensure they do not lose wages as a result of these steps.


Staff Member at Kirkland PCC Tests Positive for COVID-19

November 11, 2021

PCC learned yesterday that a staff member at our Kirkland store has tested positive for COVID-19. This staff member last worked in the store on November 10, 2021. PCC has been in regular contact with the King County Health Department. They have informed us that our current COVID-19 cleaning protocol is sufficient to address the situation and that no store or department closures are required. Additionally, they’ve indicated that no other staff members at Kirkland PCC need to self-quarantine if they are asymptomatic. The staff member who tested positive is receiving care and will not return to work until guidance from public health officials allows it. PCC is following the guidelines of the CDC and federal and local governments to protect the individual to ensure they do not lose wages as a result of these steps.


Staff Member at Issaquah PCC Tests Positive for COVID-19

November 9, 2021

PCC learned yesterday that a staff member at our Issaquah store has tested positive for COVID-19. This staff member last worked in the store on November 4, 2021. PCC has been in regular contact with the King County Health Department. They have informed us that our current COVID-19 cleaning protocol is sufficient to address the situation and that no store or department closures are required. Additionally, they’ve indicated that no other staff members at Issaquah PCC need to self-quarantine if they are asymptomatic. The staff member who tested positive is receiving care and will not return to work until guidance from public health officials allows it. PCC is following the guidelines of the CDC and federal and local governments to protect the individual to ensure they do not lose wages as a result of these steps.


Staff Member at Burien PCC Tests Positive for COVID-19

October 29, 2021

PCC learned today that a staff member at our Burien store has tested positive for COVID-19. This staff member last worked in the store on October 27, 2021. PCC has been in regular contact with the King County Health Department. They have informed us that our current COVID-19 cleaning protocol is sufficient to address the situation and that no store or department closures are required. Additionally, they’ve indicated that no other staff members at Burien PCC need to self-quarantine if they are asymptomatic. The staff member who tested positive is receiving care and will not return to work until guidance from public health officials allows it. PCC is following the guidelines of the CDC and federal and local governments to protect the individual to ensure they do not lose wages as a result of these steps.


Staff Member at Issaquah PCC Tests Positive for COVID-19

October 27, 2021

PCC learned today that a staff member at our Issaquah store has tested positive for COVID-19. This staff member last worked in the store on October 26, 2021. PCC has been in regular contact with the King County Health Department. They have informed us that our current COVID-19 cleaning protocol is sufficient to address the situation and that no store or department closures are required. Additionally, they’ve indicated that no other staff members at Issaquah PCC need to self-quarantine if they are asymptomatic. The staff member who tested positive is receiving care and will not return to work until guidance from public health officials allows it. PCC is following the guidelines of the CDC and federal and local governments to protect the individual to ensure they do not lose wages as a result of these steps.


Staff Member at Fremont PCC Tests Positive for COVID-19

October 27, 2021

PCC learned today that a staff member at our Fremont store has tested positive for COVID-19. This staff member last worked in the store on October 25, 2021. PCC has been in regular contact with the King County Health Department. They have informed us that our current COVID-19 cleaning protocol is sufficient to address the situation and that no store or department closures are required. Additionally, they’ve indicated that no other staff members at Fremont PCC need to self-quarantine if they are asymptomatic. The staff member who tested positive is receiving care and will not return to work until guidance from public health officials allows it. PCC is following the guidelines of the CDC and federal and local governments to protect the individual to ensure they do not lose wages as a result of these steps.


Staff Member at Redmond PCC Tests Positive for COVID-19

October 25, 2021

PCC learned this weekend that a staff member at our Redmond store has tested positive for COVID-19. This staff member last worked in the store on October 21, 2021. PCC has been in regular contact with the King County Health Department. They have informed us that our current COVID-19 cleaning protocol is sufficient to address the situation and that no store or department closures are required. Additionally, they’ve indicated that no other staff members at Redmond PCC need to self-quarantine if they are asymptomatic. The staff member who tested positive is receiving care and will not return to work until guidance from public health officials allows it. PCC is following the guidelines of the CDC and federal and local governments to protect the individual to ensure they do not lose wages as a result of these steps.


Staff Member at Issaquah PCC Tests Positive for COVID-19

October 15, 2021

PCC learned yesterday that a staff member at our Issaquah store has tested positive for COVID-19. This staff member last worked in the store on October 13, 2021. PCC has been in regular contact with the King County Health Department. They have informed us that our current COVID-19 cleaning protocol is sufficient to address the situation and that no store or department closures are required. Additionally, they’ve indicated that no other staff members at Issaquah PCC need to self-quarantine if they are asymptomatic. The staff member who tested positive is receiving care and will not return to work until guidance from public health officials allows it. PCC is following the guidelines of the CDC and federal and local governments to protect the individual to ensure they do not lose wages as a result of these steps.


Staff Member at Central District PCC Tests Positive for COVID-19

October 12, 2021

PCC learned yesterday that a staff member at our Central District store has tested positive for COVID-19. This staff member last worked in the store on October 9, 2021. PCC has been in regular contact with the King County Health Department. They have informed us that our current COVID-19 cleaning protocol is sufficient to address the situation and that no store or department closures are required. Additionally, they’ve indicated that no other staff members at Central District PCC need to self-quarantine if they are asymptomatic. The staff member who tested positive is receiving care and will not return to work until guidance from public health officials allows it. PCC is following the guidelines of the CDC and federal and local governments to protect the individual to ensure they do not lose wages as a result of these steps.


Staff Member at Green Lake Aurora PCC Tests Positive for COVID-19

October 8, 2021

PCC learned yesterday that a staff member at our Green Lake Aurora store has tested positive for COVID-19. This staff member last worked in the store on October 5, 2021. PCC has been in regular contact with King County Health Department. They have informed us that our current COVID-19 cleaning protocol is sufficient to address the situation and that no store or department closures are required. Additionally, they’ve indicated that no other staff members at Green Lake Aurora PCC need to self-quarantine if they are asymptomatic. The staff member who tested positive is receiving care and will not return to work until guidance from public health officials allows it. PCC is following the guidelines of the CDC and federal and local governments to protect the individual to ensure they do not lose wages as a result of these steps.


Staff Member at Issaquah PCC Tests Positive for COVID-19

September 27, 2021

PCC learned yesterday that a staff member at our Issaquah store has tested positive for COVID-19. This staff member last worked in the store on September 22, 2021. PCC has been in regular contact with the King County Health Department. They have informed us that our current COVID-19 cleaning protocol is sufficient to address the situation and that no store or department closures are required. Additionally, they’ve indicated that no other staff members at Issaquah PCC need to self-quarantine if they are asymptomatic. The staff member who tested positive is receiving care and will not return to work until guidance from public health officials allows it. PCC is following the guidelines of the CDC and federal and local governments to protect the individual to ensure they do not lose wages as a result of these steps.


Staff Member at Green Lake Village PCC Tests Positive for COVID-19

September 24, 2021

PCC learned yesterday that a staff member at our Green Lake Village store has tested positive for COVID-19. This staff member last worked in the store on September 16, 2021. PCC has been in regular contact with King County Health Department. They have informed us that our current COVID-19 cleaning protocol is sufficient to address the situation and that no store or department closures are required. Additionally, they’ve indicated that no other staff members at Green Lake Village PCC need to self-quarantine if they are asymptomatic. The staff member who tested positive is receiving care and will not return to work until guidance from public health officials allows it. PCC is following the guidelines of the CDC and federal and local governments to protect the individual to ensure they do not lose wages as a result of these steps.


Staff Member at Burien PCC Tests Positive for COVID-19

September 23, 2021

PCC learned yesterday that a staff member at our Burien store has tested positive for COVID-19. This staff member last worked in the store on September 19, 2021. PCC has been in regular contact with the King County Health Department. They have informed us that our current COVID-19 cleaning protocol is sufficient to address the situation and that no store or department closures are required. Additionally, they’ve indicated that no other staff members at Burien PCC need to self-quarantine if they are asymptomatic. The staff member who tested positive is receiving care and will not return to work until guidance from public health officials allows it. PCC is following the guidelines of the CDC and federal and local governments to protect the individual to ensure they do not lose wages as a result of these steps.


Staff Member at Columbia City PCC Tests Positive for COVID-19

September 22, 2021

PCC learned today that a staff member at our Columbia City store has tested positive for COVID-19. This staff member last worked in the store on September 20, 2021. PCC has been in regular contact with the King County Health Department. They have informed us that our current COVID-19 cleaning protocol is sufficient to address the situation and that no store or department closures are required. Additionally, they’ve indicated that no other staff members at Columbia City PCC need to self-quarantine if they are asymptomatic. The staff member who tested positive is receiving care and will not return to work until guidance from public health officials allows it. PCC is following the guidelines of the CDC and federal and local governments to protect the individual to ensure they do not lose wages as a result of these steps.


Staff Member at Columbia City PCC Tests Positive for COVID-19

September 21, 2021

PCC learned today that a staff member at our Columbia City store has tested positive for COVID-19. This staff member last worked in the store on September 18, 2021. PCC has been in regular contact with the King County Health Department. They have informed us that our current COVID-19 cleaning protocol is sufficient to address the situation and that no store or department closures are required. Additionally, they’ve indicated that no other staff members at Columbia City PCC need to self-quarantine if they are asymptomatic. The staff member who tested positive is receiving care and will not return to work until guidance from public health officials allows it. PCC is following the guidelines of the CDC and federal and local governments to protect the individual to ensure they do not lose wages as a result of these steps.


Staff Member at Green Lake Village PCC Tests Positive for COVID-19

September 16, 2021

PCC learned today that a staff member at our Green Lake Village store has tested positive for COVID-19. This staff member last worked in the store on September 14, 2021. PCC has been in regular contact with King County Health Department. They have informed us that our current COVID-19 cleaning protocol is sufficient to address the situation and that no store or department closures are required. Additionally, they’ve indicated that no other staff members at Green Lake Village PCC need to self-quarantine if they are asymptomatic. The staff member who tested positive is receiving care and will not return to work until guidance from public health officials allows it. PCC is following the guidelines of the CDC and federal and local governments to protect the individual to ensure they do not lose wages as a result of these steps.


Staff Member at Ballard PCC Tests Positive for COVID-19

September 16, 2021

PCC learned today that a staff member at our Ballard store has tested positive for COVID-19. This staff member last worked in the store on September 7, 2021. PCC has been in regular contact with the King County Health Department. They have informed us that our current COVID-19 cleaning protocol is sufficient to address the situation and that no store or department closures are required. Additionally, they’ve indicated that no other staff members at Ballard PCC need to self-quarantine if they are asymptomatic. The staff member who tested positive is receiving care and will not return to work until guidance from public health officials allows it. PCC is following the guidelines of the CDC and federal and local governments to protect the individual to ensure they do not lose wages as a result of these steps.


Staff Member at Columbia City PCC Tests Positive for COVID-19

September 15, 2021

PCC learned today that a staff member at our Columbia City store has tested positive for COVID-19. This staff member last worked in the store on September 13, 2021. PCC has been in regular contact with the King County Health Department. They have informed us that our current COVID-19 cleaning protocol is sufficient to address the situation and that no store or department closures are required. Additionally, they’ve indicated that no other staff members at Columbia City PCC need to self-quarantine if they are asymptomatic. The staff member who tested positive is receiving care and will not return to work until guidance from public health officials allows it. PCC is following the guidelines of the CDC and federal and local governments to protect the individual to ensure they do not lose wages as a result of these steps.


Staff Member at Green Lake Village PCC Tests Positive for COVID-19

September 15, 2021

PCC learned today that a staff member at our Green Lake Village store has tested positive for COVID-19. This staff member last worked in the store on September 10, 2021. PCC has been in regular contact with King County Health Department. They have informed us that our current COVID-19 cleaning protocol is sufficient to address the situation and that no store or department closures are required. Additionally, they’ve indicated that no other staff members at Green Lake Village PCC need to self-quarantine if they are asymptomatic. The staff member who tested positive is receiving care and will not return to work until guidance from public health officials allows it. PCC is following the guidelines of the CDC and federal and local governments to protect the individual to ensure they do not lose wages as a result of these steps.


Staff Member at Columbia City PCC Tests Positive for COVID-19

September 14, 2021

PCC learned today that a staff member at our Columbia City store has tested positive for COVID-19. This staff member last worked in the store on September 10, 2021. PCC has been in regular contact with the King County Health Department. They have informed us that our current COVID-19 cleaning protocol is sufficient to address the situation and that no store or department closures are required. Additionally, they’ve indicated that no other staff members at Columbia City PCC need to self-quarantine if they are asymptomatic. The staff member who tested positive is receiving care and will not return to work until guidance from public health officials allows it. PCC is following the guidelines of the CDC and federal and local governments to protect the individual to ensure they do not lose wages as a result of these steps.


Staff Member at Redmond PCC Tests Positive for COVID-19

September 14, 2021

PCC learned today that a staff member at our Redmond store has tested positive for COVID-19. This staff member last worked in the store on September 8, 2021. PCC has been in regular contact with the King County Health Department. They have informed us that our current COVID-19 cleaning protocol is sufficient to address the situation and that no store or department closures are required. Additionally, they’ve indicated that no other staff members at Redmond PCC need to self-quarantine if they are asymptomatic. The staff member who tested positive is receiving care and will not return to work until guidance from public health officials allows it. PCC is following the guidelines of the CDC and federal and local governments to protect the individual to ensure they do not lose wages as a result of these steps.


Staff Member at Bellevue PCC Tests Positive for COVID-19

September 12, 2021

PCC learned today that a staff member at our Bellevue store has tested positive for COVID-19. This staff member last worked in the store on September 5, 2021. PCC has been in regular contact with the King County Health Department. They have informed us that our current COVID-19 cleaning protocol is sufficient to address the situation and that no store or department closures are required. Additionally, they’ve indicated that no other staff members at Bellevue PCC need to self-quarantine if they are asymptomatic. The staff member who tested positive is receiving care and will not return to work until guidance from public health officials allows it. PCC is following the guidelines of the CDC and federal and local governments to protect the individual to ensure they do not lose wages as a result of these steps.


Staff Member at Burien PCC Tests Positive for COVID-19

September 11, 2021

PCC learned today that a staff member at our Burien store has tested positive for COVID-19. This staff member last worked in the store on September 9, 2021. PCC has been in regular contact with the King County Health Department. They have informed us that our current COVID-19 cleaning protocol is sufficient to address the situation and that no store or department closures are required. Additionally, they’ve indicated that no other staff members at Burien PCC need to self-quarantine if they are asymptomatic. The staff member who tested positive is receiving care and will not return to work until guidance from public health officials allows it. PCC is following the guidelines of the CDC and federal and local governments to protect the individual to ensure they do not lose wages as a result of these steps.


Staff Member at Ballard PCC Tests Positive for COVID-19

September 6, 2021

PCC learned today that a staff member at our Ballard store has tested positive for COVID-19. This staff member last worked in the store on September 2, 2021. PCC has been in regular contact with the King County Health Department. They have informed us that our current COVID-19 cleaning protocol is sufficient to address the situation and that no store or department closures are required. Additionally, they’ve indicated that no other staff members at Ballard PCC need to self-quarantine if they are asymptomatic. The staff member who tested positive is receiving care and will not return to work until guidance from public health officials allows it. PCC is following the guidelines of the CDC and federal and local governments to protect the individual to ensure they do not lose wages as a result of these steps.


Staff Member at Redmond PCC Tests Positive for COVID-19

September 6, 2021

PCC learned today that a staff member at its Redmond store has tested positive for COVID-19. This staff member last worked in the store on September 4, 2021. PCC has been in regular contact with the King County Health Department. They have informed us that our current COVID-19 cleaning protocol is sufficient to address the situation and that no store or department closures are required. Additionally, they’ve indicated that no other staff members at Redmond PCC need to self-quarantine if they are asymptomatic. The staff member who tested positive is receiving care and will not return to work until guidance from public health officials allows it. PCC is following the guidelines of the CDC and federal and local governments to protect the individual to ensure they do not lose wages as a result of these steps.


Staff Member at Edmonds PCC Tests Positive for COVID-19

September 3, 2021

PCC learned today that a staff member at its Edmonds store has tested positive for COVID-19. This staff member last worked in the store on September 3, 2021. PCC has been in regular contact with the Snohomish County Health Department. They have informed us that our current COVID-19 cleaning protocol is sufficient to address the situation and that no store or department closures are required. Additionally, they’ve indicated that no other staff members at Edmonds PCC need to self-quarantine if they are asymptomatic. The staff member who tested positive is receiving care and will not return to work until guidance from public health officials allows it. PCC is following the guidelines of the CDC and federal and local governments to protect the individual to ensure they do not lose wages as a result of these steps.


Staff Member at Bothell PCC Tests Positive for COVID-19

August 31, 2021

PCC learned today that a staff member at our Bothell store has tested positive for COVID-19. This staff person last worked in the store on August 28, 2021. PCC has been in regular contact with King County and Snohomish County Health Departments. They have informed us our current COVID-19 cleaning protocol is sufficient to address the situation and that no store or department closures are required. Additionally, they’ve indicated that no other staff members at Bothell PCC need to self-quarantine if they are asymptomatic. The staff member who tested positive is receiving care and will not return to work until guidance from public health officials allows it. PCC is following the guidelines of the CDC and federal and local governments to protect the individual to ensure they do not lose wages as a result of these steps.


Staff Member at Bothell PCC Tests Positive for COVID-19

August 23, 2021

PCC learned today that a staff member at our Bothell store has tested positive for COVID-19. This staff person last worked in the store on August 19, 2021. PCC has been in regular contact with King County and Snohomish County Health Departments. They have informed us our current COVID-19 cleaning protocol is sufficient to address the situation and that no store or department closures are required. Additionally, they’ve indicated that no other staff members at Bothell PCC need to self-quarantine if they are asymptomatic. The staff member who tested positive is receiving care and will not return to work until guidance from public health officials allows it. PCC is following the guidelines of the CDC and federal and local governments to protect the individual to ensure they do not lose wages as a result of these steps.


Staff Member at Fremont PCC Tests Positive for COVID-19

August 14, 2021

PCC learned that a staff member at its Fremont store has tested positive for COVID-19. This staff member last worked in the store on August 13, 2021. PCC has been in regular contact with the King County Health Department. They have informed us that our current COVID-19 cleaning protocol is sufficient to address the situation and that no store or department closures are required. Additionally, they’ve indicated that no other staff members at Fremont PCC need to self-quarantine if they are asymptomatic. The staff member who tested positive is receiving care and will not return to work until guidance from public health officials allows it. PCC is following the guidelines of the CDC and federal and local governments to protect the individual to ensure they do not lose wages as a result of these steps


Staff Member at Green Lake Village PCC Tests Positive for COVID-19

August 12, 2021

PCC learned yesterday that a staff member at the Green Lake Village store has tested positive for COVID-19. This staff person last worked in the store on August 9, 2021. PCC has been in regular contact with King County and they have informed us that our current COVID-19 cleaning protocol is sufficient to address the situation and that no store or department closures are required. Additionally, they’ve indicated that no other staff members at Green Lake Village PCC need to self-quarantine if they are asymptomatic. The staff member who tested positive is receiving care and will not return to work until guidance from public health officials allows it. PCC is following the guidelines of the CDC and federal and local governments to protect the individual to ensure they do not lose wages as a result of these steps.


Staff Member at Burien PCC Tests Positive for COVID-19

August 5, 2021

PCC learned yesterday that a staff member at its Burien store has tested positive for COVID-19. This staff member last worked in the store on August 3, 2021. PCC has been in regular contact with the King County Health Department. They have informed us that our current COVID-19 cleaning protocol is sufficient to address the situation and that no store or department closures are required. Additionally, they’ve indicated that no other staff members at Burien PCC need to self-quarantine if they are asymptomatic. The staff member who tested positive is receiving care and will not return to work until guidance from public health officials allows it. PCC is following the guidelines of the CDC and federal and local governments to protect the individual to ensure they do not lose wages as a result of these steps.


Staff Member at Issaquah PCC Tests Positive for COVID-19

August 5, 2021

PCC learned today that a staff member at its Issaquah store has tested positive for COVID-19. This staff member last worked in the store on July 29, 2021. PCC has been in regular contact with the King County Health Department. They have informed us that our current COVID-19 cleaning protocol is sufficient to address the situation and that no store or department closures are required. Additionally, they’ve indicated that no other staff members at Issaquah PCC need to self-quarantine if they are asymptomatic. The staff member who tested positive is receiving care and will not return to work until guidance from public health officials allows it. PCC is following the guidelines of the CDC and federal and local governments to protect the individual to ensure they do not lose wages as a result of these steps.


Staff Member at Burien PCC Tests Positive for COVID-19

August 4, 2021

PCC learned yesterday that a staff member at its Burien store has tested positive for COVID-19. This staff member last worked in the store on July 30, 2021. PCC has been in regular contact with the King County Health Department. They have informed us that our current COVID-19 cleaning protocol is sufficient to address the situation and that no store or department closures are required. Additionally, they’ve indicated that no other staff members at Burien PCC need to self-quarantine if they are asymptomatic. The staff member who tested positive is receiving care and will not return to work until guidance from public health officials allows it. PCC is following the guidelines of the CDC and federal and local governments to protect the individual to ensure they do not lose wages as a result of these steps.


Staff Member at Issaquah PCC Tests Positive for COVID-19

August 4, 2021

PCC learned yesterday that a staff member at its Issaquah store has tested positive for COVID-19. This staff member last worked in the store on July 31, 2021. PCC has been in regular contact with the King County Health Department. They have informed us that our current COVID-19 cleaning protocol is sufficient to address the situation and that no store or department closures are required. Additionally, they’ve indicated that no other staff members at Issaquah PCC need to self-quarantine if they are asymptomatic. The staff member who tested positive is receiving care and will not return to work until guidance from public health officials allows it. PCC is following the guidelines of the CDC and federal and local governments to protect the individual to ensure they do not lose wages as a result of these steps.


Staff Member at Bellevue PCC Tests Positive for COVID-19

July 26, 2021

PCC learned yesterday that a staff member at our Bellevue store has tested positive for COVID-19. This staff person last worked in the store on July 22, 2021. PCC has been in regular contact with King County and Snohomish County Health Departments. They have informed us our current COVID-19 cleaning protocol is sufficient to address the situation and that no store or department closures are required. Additionally, they’ve indicated that no other staff members at Bellevue PCC need to self-quarantine if they are asymptomatic. The staff member who tested positive is receiving care and will not return to work until guidance from public health officials allows it. PCC is following the guidelines of the CDC and federal and local governments to protect the individual to ensure they do not lose wages as a result of these steps.


Staff Member at Bellevue PCC Tests Positive for COVID-19

July 13, 2021

PCC learned today that a staff member at our Bellevue store has tested positive for COVID-19. This staff person last worked in the store on July 5, 2021. PCC has been in regular contact with King County and Snohomish County Health Departments. They have informed us our current, COVID-19 cleaning protocol is sufficient to address the situation and that no store or department closures are required. Additionally, they’ve indicated that no other staff members at Bellevue PCC need to self-quarantine if they are asymptomatic. The staff member who tested positive is receiving care and will not return to work until guidance from public health officials allows it. PCC is following the guidelines of the CDC and federal and local governments to protect the individual to ensure they do not lose wages as a result of these steps.


Staff Member at Bothell PCC Tests Positive for COVID-19

July 8, 2021

PCC learned today that a staff member at our Bothell store has tested positive for COVID-19. This staff person last worked in the store on June 20, 2021. PCC has been in regular contact with King County and Snohomish County Health Departments. They have informed us our current, rigorous COVID-19 cleaning protocol is sufficient to address the situation and that no store or department closures are required. Additionally, they’ve indicated that no other staff members at Bothell PCC need to self-quarantine if they are asymptomatic. The staff member who tested positive is receiving care and will not return to work until guidance from public health officials allows it. PCC is following the guidelines of the CDC and federal and local governments to protect the individual to ensure they do not lose wages as a result of these steps.


Staff Member at Redmond PCC Tests Positive for COVID-19

May 17, 2021

PCC learned today that a staff member at its Redmond store has tested positive for COVID-19. This staff member last worked in the store on May 10, 2021. PCC has been in regular contact with the King County Health Department. They have informed us that our current, rigorous COVID-19 cleaning protocol is sufficient to address the situation and that no store or department closures are required. Additionally, they’ve indicated that no other staff members at Redmond PCC need to self-quarantine if they are asymptomatic. The staff member who tested positive is receiving care and will not return to work until guidance from public health officials allows it. PCC is following the guidelines of the CDC and federal and local governments to protect the individual to ensure they do not lose wages as a result of these steps.


Staff Member at Bothell PCC Tests Positive for COVID-19

April 15, 2021

PCC learned today that a staff member at our Bothell store has tested positive for COVID-19. This staff person last worked in the store on April 14, 2021. PCC has been in regular contact with King County and Snohomish County Health Departments. They have informed us our current, rigorous COVID-19 cleaning protocol is sufficient to address the situation and that no store or department closures are required. Additionally, they’ve indicated that no other staff members at Bothell PCC need to self-quarantine if they are asymptomatic. The staff member who tested positive is receiving care and will not return to work until guidance from public health officials allows it. PCC is following the guidelines of the CDC and federal and local governments to protect the individual to ensure they do not lose wages as a result of these steps.


Staff Member at Kirkland PCC Tests Positive for COVID-19

March 25, 2021

PCC learned today that a staff member at its Kirkland store has tested positive for COVID-19. This staff member last worked in the store on March 24, 2021. PCC has been in regular contact with the King County Health Department. They have informed us that our current, rigorous COVID-19 cleaning protocol is sufficient to address the situation and that no store or department closures are required. Additionally, they’ve indicated that no other staff members at Kirkland PCC need to self-quarantine if they are asymptomatic. The staff member who tested positive is receiving care and will not return to work until guidance from public health officials allows it. PCC is following the guidelines of the CDC and federal and local governments to protect the individual to ensure they do not lose wages as a result of these steps.


Staff Member at Burien PCC Tests Positive for COVID-19

March 17, 2021

PCC learned today that a staff member at its Burien store has tested positive for COVID-19. This staff member last worked in the store on March 11, 2021. PCC has been in regular contact with the King County Health Department. They have informed us that our current, rigorous COVID-19 cleaning protocol is sufficient to address the situation and that no store or department closures are required. Additionally, they’ve indicated that no other staff members at Burien PCC need to self-quarantine if they are asymptomatic. The staff member who tested positive is receiving care and will not return to work until guidance from public health officials allows it. PCC is following the guidelines of the CDC and federal and local governments to protect the individual to ensure they do not lose wages as a result of these steps.


Staff Member at View Ridge PCC Tests Positive for COVID-19

February 24, 2021

PCC learned today that a staff member at its View Ridge store has tested positive for COVID-19. This staff member last worked in the store on February 20, 2021. PCC has been in regular contact with the King County Health Department. They have informed us that our current, rigorous COVID-19 cleaning protocol is sufficient to address the situation and that no store or department closures are required. Additionally, they’ve indicated that no other staff members at View Ridge PCC need to self-quarantine if they are asymptomatic. The staff member who tested positive is receiving care and will not return to work until guidance from public health officials allows it. PCC is following the guidelines of the CDC and federal and local governments to protect the individual to ensure they do not lose wages as a result of these steps.


Staff Member at Redmond PCC Tests Positive for COVID-19

February 21, 2021

PCC learned today that a staff member at its Redmond store has tested positive for COVID-19. This staff member last worked in the store on February 14, 2021. PCC has been in regular contact with the King County Health Department. They have informed us that our current, rigorous COVID-19 cleaning protocol is sufficient to address the situation and that no store or department closures are required. Additionally, they’ve indicated that no other staff members at Redmond PCC need to self-quarantine if they are asymptomatic. The staff member who tested positive is receiving care and will not return to work until guidance from public health officials allows it. PCC is following the guidelines of the CDC and federal and local governments to protect the individual to ensure they do not lose wages as a result of these steps.


Staff Member at Bothell PCC Tests Positive for COVID-19

February 14, 2021

PCC learned today that a staff member at our Bothell store has tested positive for COVID-19. This staff person last worked in the store on February 5, 2021. PCC has been in regular contact with King County and Snohomish County Health Departments. They have informed us our current, rigorous COVID-19 cleaning protocol is sufficient to address the situation and that no store or department closures are required. Additionally, they’ve indicated that no other staff members at Bothell PCC need to self-quarantine if they are asymptomatic. The staff member who tested positive is receiving care and will not return to work until guidance from public health officials allows it. PCC is following the guidelines of the CDC and federal and local governments to protect the individual to ensure they do not lose wages as a result of these steps.


Staff Member at Redmond PCC Tests Positive for COVID-19

February 7, 2021

PCC learned today that a staff member at its Redmond store has tested positive for COVID-19. This staff member last worked in the store on January 31, 2021. PCC has been in regular contact with the King County Health Department. They have informed us that our current, rigorous COVID-19 cleaning protocol is sufficient to address the situation and that no store or department closures are required. Additionally, they’ve indicated that no other staff members at Redmond PCC need to self-quarantine if they are asymptomatic. The staff member who tested positive is receiving care and will not return to work until guidance from public health officials allows it. PCC is following the guidelines of the CDC and federal and local governments to protect the individual to ensure they do not lose wages as a result of these steps.


Staff Member at Green Lake Village PCC Tests Positive for COVID-19

February 5, 2021

PCC learned today that a staff member at the Green Lake Village store has tested positive for COVID-19. This staff person last worked in the store on February 4, 2021. PCC has been in regular contact with King County and they have informed us that our current, rigorous COVID-19 cleaning protocol is sufficient to address the situation and that no store or department closures are required. Additionally, they’ve indicated that no other staff members at Green Lake Village PCC need to self-quarantine if they are asymptomatic. The staff member who tested positive is receiving care and will not return to work until guidance from public health officials allows it. PCC is following the guidelines of the CDC and federal and local governments to protect the individual to ensure they do not lose wages as a result of these steps.


Staff Member at Fremont PCC Tests Positive for COVID-19

January 28, 2021

PCC learned today that a staff member at its Fremont store has tested positive for COVID-19. This staff member last worked in the store on January 19, 2021. PCC has been in regular contact with the King County Health Department. They have informed us that our current, rigorous COVID-19 cleaning protocol is sufficient to address the situation and that no store or department closures are required. Additionally, they’ve indicated that no other staff members at Fremont PCC need to self-quarantine if they are asymptomatic. The staff member who tested positive is receiving care and will not return to work until guidance from public health officials allows it. PCC is following the guidelines of the CDC and federal and local governments to protect the individual to ensure they do not lose wages as a result of these steps.


Staff Member at Redmond PCC Tests Positive for COVID-19

January 28, 2021

PCC learned today that a staff member at its Redmond store has tested positive for COVID-19. This staff member last worked in the store on January 18, 2021. PCC has been in regular contact with the King County Health Department. They have informed us that our current, rigorous COVID-19 cleaning protocol is sufficient to address the situation and that no store or department closures are required. Additionally, they’ve indicated that no other staff members at Redmond PCC need to self-quarantine if they are asymptomatic. The staff member who tested positive is receiving care and will not return to work until guidance from public health officials allows it. PCC is following the guidelines of the CDC and federal and local governments to protect the individual to ensure they do not lose wages as a result of these steps.


Staff Member at Bothell PCC Tests Positive for COVID-19

January 27, 2021

PCC learned today that a staff member at our Bothell store has tested positive for COVID-19. This staff person last worked in the store on January 25, 2021. PCC has been in regular contact with King County and Snohomish County Health Departments. They have informed us our current, rigorous COVID-19 cleaning protocol is sufficient to address the situation and that no store or department closures are required. Additionally, they’ve indicated that no other staff members at Bothell PCC need to self-quarantine if they are asymptomatic. The staff member who tested positive is receiving care and will not return to work until guidance from public health officials allows it. PCC is following the guidelines of the CDC and federal and local governments to protect the individual to ensure they do not lose wages as a result of these steps.


Staff Member at Green Lake Village PCC Tests Positive for COVID-19

January 24, 2021

PCC learned today that a staff member at the Green Lake Village store has tested positive for COVID-19. This staff person last worked in the store on January 20, 2021. PCC has been in regular contact with King County and they have informed us that our current, rigorous COVID-19 cleaning protocol is sufficient to address the situation and that no store or department closures are required. Additionally, they’ve indicated that no other staff members at Green Lake Village PCC need to self-quarantine if they are asymptomatic. The staff member who tested positive is receiving care and will not return to work until guidance from public health officials allows it. PCC is following the guidelines of the CDC and federal and local governments to protect the individual to ensure they do not lose wages as a result of these steps.


Staff Member at Edmonds PCC Tests Positive for COVID-19

January 12, 2021

PCC learned today that a staff member at its Edmonds store has tested positive for COVID-19. This staff person last worked in the store on January 8, 2021. PCC has been in regular contact with the Snohomish County Health Department. They have informed us that our current, rigorous COVID-19 cleaning protocol is sufficient to address the situation and that no store or department closures are required. Additionally, they’ve indicated that no other staff members at Edmonds PCC need to self-quarantine if they are asymptomatic. The staff member who tested positive is receiving care and will not return to work until guidance from public health officials allows it. PCC is following the guidelines of the CDC and federal and local governments to protect the individual to ensure they do not lose wages as a result of these steps.


Staff Member at Burien PCC Tests Positive for COVID-19

January 9, 2021

PCC learned today that a staff member at its Burien store has tested positive for COVID-19. This staff member last worked in the store on January 7, 2021. PCC has been in regular contact with the King County Health Department. They have informed us that our current, rigorous COVID-19 cleaning protocol is sufficient to address the situation and that no store or department closures are required. Additionally, they’ve indicated that no other staff members at Burien PCC need to self-quarantine if they are asymptomatic. The staff member who tested positive is receiving care and will not return to work until guidance from public health officials allows it. PCC is following the guidelines of the CDC and federal and local governments to protect the individual to ensure they do not lose wages as a result of these steps.


Staff Member at Central District PCC Tests Positive for COVID-19

January 3, 2021

PCC learned today that a staff member at its Central District store has tested positive for COVID-19. This staff member last worked in the store on December 29, 2020. PCC has been in regular contact with the King County Health Department. They have informed us that our current, rigorous COVID-19 cleaning protocol is sufficient to address the situation and that no store or department closures are required. Additionally, they’ve indicated that no other staff members at Central District PCC need to self-quarantine if they are asymptomatic. The staff member who tested positive is receiving care and will not return to work until guidance from public health officials allows it. PCC is following the guidelines of the CDC and federal and local governments to protect the individual to ensure they do not lose wages as a result of these steps.


Staff Member at Columbia City PCC Tests Positive for COVID-19

December 27, 2020

PCC learned today that a staff member at its Columbia City store has tested positive for COVID-19. This staff member last worked in the store on December 16, 2020. PCC has been in regular contact with the King County Health Department. They have informed us that our current, rigorous COVID-19 cleaning protocol is sufficient to address the situation and that no store or department closures are required. Additionally, they’ve indicated that no other staff members at Columbia City PCC need to self-quarantine if they are asymptomatic. The staff member who tested positive is receiving care and will not return to work until guidance from public health officials allows it. PCC is following the guidelines of the CDC and federal and local governments to protect the individual to ensure they do not lose wages as a result of these steps.


Staff Member at West Seattle PCC Tests Positive for COVID-19

December 24, 2020

PCC learned today that a staff member at its West Seattle store has tested positive for COVID-19. This staff member last worked in the store on December 21, 2020. PCC has been in regular contact with the King County Health Department. They have informed us that our current, rigorous COVID-19 cleaning protocol is sufficient to address the situation and that no store or department closures are required. Additionally, they’ve indicated that no other staff members at West Seattle PCC need to self-quarantine if they are asymptomatic. The staff member who tested positive is receiving care and will not return to work until guidance from public health officials allows it. PCC is following the guidelines of the CDC and federal and local governments to protect the individual to ensure they do not lose wages as a result of these steps.


Staff Member at Bothell PCC Tests Positive for COVID-19

December 14, 2020

PCC learned today that a staff member at our Bothell store has tested positive for COVID-19. This staff person last worked in the store on December 11, 2020. PCC has been in regular contact with King County and Snohomish County Health Departments. They have informed us our current, rigorous COVID-19 cleaning protocol is sufficient to address the situation and that no store or department closures are required. Additionally, they’ve indicated that no other staff members at Bothell PCC need to self-quarantine if they are asymptomatic. The staff member who tested positive is receiving care and will not return to work until guidance from public health officials allows it. PCC is following the guidelines of the CDC and federal and local governments to protect the individual to ensure they do not lose wages as a result of these steps.


Staff Member at Burien PCC Tests Positive for COVID-19

December 13, 2020

PCC learned today that a staff member at its Burien store has tested positive for COVID-19. This staff member last worked in the store on December 11, 2020. PCC has been in regular contact with the King County Health Department. They have informed us that our current, rigorous COVID-19 cleaning protocol is sufficient to address the situation and that no store or department closures are required. Additionally, they’ve indicated that no other staff members at Burien PCC need to self-quarantine if they are asymptomatic. The staff member who tested positive is receiving care and will not return to work until guidance from public health officials allows it. PCC is following the guidelines of the CDC and federal and local governments to protect the individual to ensure they do not lose wages as a result of these steps.


Staff Member at Redmond PCC Tests Positive for COVID-19

December 11, 2020

PCC learned today that a staff member at its Redmond store has tested positive for COVID-19. This staff member last worked in the store on December 8, 2020. PCC has been in regular contact with the King County Health Department. They have informed us that our current, rigorous COVID-19 cleaning protocol is sufficient to address the situation and that no store or department closures are required. Additionally, they’ve indicated that no other staff members at Redmond PCC need to self-quarantine if they are asymptomatic. The staff member who tested positive is receiving care and will not return to work until guidance from public health officials allows it. PCC is following the guidelines of the CDC and federal and local governments to protect the individual to ensure they do not lose wages as a result of these steps.


Staff Member at Columbia City PCC Tests Positive for COVID-19

December 1, 2020

PCC learned today that a staff member at its Columbia City store has tested positive for COVID-19. This staff member last worked in the store on November 28, 2020. PCC has been in regular contact with the King County Health Department. They have informed us that our current, rigorous COVID-19 cleaning protocol is sufficient to address the situation and that no store or department closures are required. Additionally, they’ve indicated that no other staff members at Columbia City PCC need to self-quarantine if they are asymptomatic. The staff member who tested positive is receiving care and will not return to work until guidance from public health officials allows it. PCC is following the guidelines of the CDC and federal and local governments to protect the individual to ensure they do not lose wages as a result of these steps.


Staff Member at Columbia City PCC Tests Positive for COVID-19

November 28, 2020

PCC learned today that a staff member at its Columbia City store has tested positive for COVID-19. This staff member last worked in the store on November 18, 2020. PCC has been in regular contact with the King County Health Department. They have informed us that our current, rigorous COVID-19 cleaning protocol is sufficient to address the situation and that no store or department closures are required. Additionally, they’ve indicated that no other staff members at Columbia City PCC need to self-quarantine if they are asymptomatic. The staff member who tested positive is receiving care and will not return to work until guidance from public health officials allows it. PCC is following the guidelines of the CDC and federal and local governments to protect the individual to ensure they do not lose wages as a result of these steps.


Staff Member at View Ridge PCC Tests Positive for COVID-19

November 24, 2020

PCC learned that a staff member at its View Ridge store has tested positive for COVID-19. This staff member last worked in the store on November 19, 2020. PCC has been in regular contact with the King County Health Department. They have informed us that our current, rigorous COVID-19 cleaning protocol is sufficient to address the situation and that no store or department closures are required. Additionally, they’ve indicated that no other staff members at View Ridge PCC need to self-quarantine if they are asymptomatic. The staff member who tested positive is receiving care and will not return to work until guidance from public health officials allows it. PCC is following the guidelines of the CDC and federal and local governments to protect the individual to ensure they do not lose wages as a result of these steps.


Staff Member at Edmonds PCC Tests Positive for COVID-19

November 22, 2020

PCC learned today that a staff member at its Edmonds store has tested positive for COVID-19. This staff person last worked in the store on November 18, 2020. PCC has been in regular contact with the Snohomish County Health Department. They have informed us that our current, rigorous COVID-19 cleaning protocol is sufficient to address the situation and that no store or department closures are required. Additionally, they’ve indicated that no other staff members at Edmonds PCC need to self-quarantine if they are asymptomatic. The staff member who tested positive is receiving care and will not return to work until guidance from public health officials allows it. PCC is following the guidelines of the CDC and federal and local governments to protect the individual to ensure they do not lose wages as a result of these steps.


Staff Member at View Ridge PCC Tests Positive for COVID-19

November 19, 2020

PCC learned that a staff member at its View Ridge store has tested positive for COVID-19. This staff member last worked in the store on November 12, 2020. PCC has been in regular contact with the King County Health Department. They have informed us that our current, rigorous COVID-19 cleaning protocol is sufficient to address the situation and that no store or department closures are required. Additionally, they’ve indicated that no other staff members at View Ridge PCC need to self-quarantine if they are asymptomatic. The staff member who tested positive is receiving care and will not return to work until guidance from public health officials allows it. PCC is following the guidelines of the CDC and federal and local governments to protect the individual to ensure they do not lose wages as a result of these steps.


Staff Member at Edmonds PCC Tests Positive for COVID-19

November 18, 2020

PCC learned today that a staff member at its Edmonds store has tested positive for COVID-19. This staff person last worked in the store on November 12, 2020. PCC has been in regular contact with the Snohomish County Health Department. They have informed us that our current, rigorous COVID-19 cleaning protocol is sufficient to address the situation and that no store or department closures are required. Additionally, they’ve indicated that no other staff members at Edmonds PCC need to self-quarantine if they are asymptomatic. The staff member who tested positive is receiving care and will not return to work until guidance from public health officials allows it. PCC is following the guidelines of the CDC and federal and local governments to protect the individual to ensure they do not lose wages as a result of these steps.


Staff Member at West Seattle PCC Tests Positive for COVID-19

November 17, 2020

PCC learned today that a staff member at its West Seattle store has tested positive for COVID-19. This staff member last worked in the store on November 15, 2020. PCC has been in regular contact with the King County Health Department. They have informed us that our current, rigorous COVID-19 cleaning protocol is sufficient to address the situation and that no store or department closures are required. Additionally, they’ve indicated that no other staff members at West Seattle PCC need to self-quarantine if they are asymptomatic. The staff member who tested positive is receiving care and will not return to work until guidance from public health officials allows it. PCC is following the guidelines of the CDC and federal and local governments to protect the individual to ensure they do not lose wages as a result of these steps.


Staff Member at Burien PCC Tests Positive for COVID-19

November 6, 2020

PCC learned today that a staff member at its Burien store has tested positive for COVID-19. This staff member last worked in the store on November 3, 2020. PCC has been in regular contact with the King County Health Department. They have informed us that our current, rigorous COVID-19 cleaning protocol is sufficient to address the situation and that no store or department closures are required. Additionally, they’ve indicated that no other staff members at Burien PCC need to self-quarantine if they are asymptomatic. The staff member who tested positive is receiving care and will not return to work until guidance from public health officials allows it. PCC is following the guidelines of the CDC and federal and local governments to protect the individual to ensure they do not lose wages as a result of these steps.


Staff Member at Bothell PCC Tests Positive for COVID-19

November 6, 2020

PCC learned today that a staff member at its Bothell store has tested positive for COVID-19. This staff member last worked in the store on November 3, 2020. PCC has been in regular contact with the Snohomish County Health Department. They have informed us that our current, rigorous COVID-19 cleaning protocol is sufficient to address the situation and that no store or department closures are required. Additionally, they’ve indicated that no other staff members at Bothell PCC need to self-quarantine if they are asymptomatic. The staff member who tested positive is receiving care and will not return to work until guidance from public health officials allows it. PCC is following the guidelines of the CDC and federal and local governments to protect the individual to ensure they do not lose wages as a result of these steps.


Staff Member at Issaquah PCC Tests Positive for COVID-19

October 21, 2020

PCC learned today that a staff member at its Issaquah store has tested positive for COVID-19. This staff member last worked in the store on October 14, 2020. PCC has been in regular contact with the King County Health Department. They have informed us that our current, rigorous COVID-19 cleaning protocol is sufficient to address the situation and that no store or department closures are required. Additionally, they’ve indicated that no other staff members at Issaquah PCC need to self-quarantine if they are asymptomatic. The staff member who tested positive is receiving care and will not return to work until guidance from public health officials allows it. PCC is following the guidelines of the CDC and federal and local governments to protect the individual to ensure they do not lose wages as a result of these steps.


Staff Member at Redmond PCC Tests Positive for COVID-19

October 16, 2020

PCC learned today that a staff member at its Redmond store has tested positive for COVID-19. This staff member last worked in the store on October 12, 2020. PCC has been in regular contact with the King County Health Department. They have informed us that our current, rigorous COVID-19 cleaning protocol is sufficient to address the situation and that no store or department closures are required. Additionally, they’ve indicated that no other staff members at Redmond PCC need to self-quarantine if they are asymptomatic. The staff member who tested positive is receiving care and will not return to work until guidance from public health officials allows it. PCC is following the guidelines of the CDC and federal and local governments to protect the individual to ensure they do not lose wages as a result of these steps.


Staff Member at Redmond PCC Tests Positive for COVID-19

August 11, 2020

PCC learned today that a staff member at its Redmond store has tested positive for COVID-19. This staff person last worked in the store on August 4, 2020. PCC has been in regular contact with the King County Health Department. They have informed us that our current, rigorous COVID-19 cleaning protocol is sufficient to address the situation and that no store or department closures are required. Additionally, they’ve indicated that no other staff members at Redmond PCC need to self-quarantine if they are asymptomatic. The staff member who tested positive is receiving care and will not return to work until guidance from public health officials allows it. PCC is following the guidelines of the CDC and federal and local governments to protect the individual to ensure they do not lose wages as a result of these steps.


Staff Member at Redmond PCC Tests Positive for COVID-19

August 4, 2020

PCC learned today that a staff member at its Redmond store has tested positive for COVID-19. This staff person last worked in the store on August 3, 2020. PCC has been in regular contact with the King County Health Department. They have informed us that our current, rigorous COVID-19 cleaning protocol is sufficient to address the situation and that no store or department closures are required. Additionally, they’ve indicated that no other staff members at Redmond PCC need to self-quarantine if they are asymptomatic. The staff member who tested positive is receiving care and will not return to work until guidance from public health officials allows it. PCC is following the guidelines of the CDC and federal and local governments to protect the individual to ensure they do not lose wages as a result of these steps.


Staff Member at Edmonds PCC Tests Positive for COVID-19

July 25, 2020

PCC learned today that a staff member at its Edmonds store has tested positive for COVID-19. This staff person last worked in the store on July 19, 2020. PCC has been in regular contact with King County and Snohomish County Health Departments. They have informed us that our current, rigorous COVID-19 cleaning protocol is sufficient to address the situation and that no store or department closures are required. Additionally, they’ve indicated that no other staff members at Edmonds PCC need to self-quarantine if they are asymptomatic. The staff member who tested positive is receiving care and will not return to work until guidance from public health officials allows it. PCC is following the guidelines of the CDC and federal and local governments to protect the individual to ensure they do not lose wages as a result of these steps.


Staff Member at Green Lake Aurora PCC Tests Positive for COVID-19

July 16, 2020

PCC learned today that a staff member at the Green Lake Aurora store has tested positive for COVID-19. This staff person last worked in the store on July 10, 2020. PCC has been in regular contact with King County and they have informed us that our current, rigorous COVID-19 cleaning protocol is sufficient to address the situation and that no store or department closures are required. Additionally, they’ve indicated that no other staff members at Green Lake Aurora PCC need to self-quarantine if they are asymptomatic. The staff member who tested positive is receiving care and will not return to work until guidance from public health officials allows it. PCC is following the guidelines of the CDC and federal and local governments to protect the individual to ensure they do not lose wages as a result of these steps.


Staff Member at Green Lake Aurora PCC Tests Positive for COVID-19

July 11, 2020

PCC learned today that a staff member at the Green Lake Aurora store has tested positive for COVID-19. This staff person last worked in the store on July 8, 2020. PCC has been in regular contact with King County and they have informed us that our current, rigorous COVID-19 cleaning protocol is sufficient to address the situation and that no store or department closures are required. Additionally, they’ve indicated that no other staff members at Green Lake Aurora PCC need to self-quarantine if they are asymptomatic. The staff member who tested positive is receiving care and will not return to work until guidance from public health officials allows it. PCC is following the guidelines of the CDC and federal and local governments to protect the individual to ensure they do not lose wages as a result of these steps.


Staff Member at Ballard PCC Tests Positive for COVID-19

June 29, 2020

PCC learned today that a staff member at our Ballard store has tested positive for COVID-19. This staff person last worked in the store on June 26, 2020. PCC has been in regular contact with King County and they have informed us that our current, rigorous COVID-19 cleaning protocol is sufficient to address the situation and that no store or department closures are required. Additionally, they’ve indicated that no other staff members at Ballard PCC need to self-quarantine if they are asymptomatic. The staff member who tested positive is receiving care and will not return to work until guidance from public health officials allows it. PCC is following the guidelines of the CDC and federal and local governments to protect the individual to ensure they do not lose wages as a result of these steps.


Staff Member at Burien PCC Tests Positive for COVID-19

June 5, 2020

PCC learned today that a staff member at our Burien store has tested positive for COVID-19. This staff person last worked in the store on June 2, 2020. PCC has been in regular contact with King County and they have informed us that our current, rigorous COVID-19 cleaning protocol is sufficient to address the situation and that no store or department closures are required. Additionally, they’ve indicated that no other staff members at Burien PCC need to self-quarantine if they are asymptomatic. The staff member who tested positive is receiving care and will not return to work until guidance from public health officials allows it. PCC is following the guidelines of the CDC and federal and local governments to protect the individual to ensure they do not lose wages as a result of these steps.


Staff Member at Edmonds PCC Tests Positive for COVID-19

May 15, 2020

PCC learned today that a staff member at our Edmonds store has tested positive for COVID-19. This staff person last worked in the store on May 9, 2020. PCC has been in regular contact with King County and Snohomish County Health Departments. They have informed us that our current, rigorous COVID-19 cleaning protocol is sufficient to address the situation and that no store or department closures are required. Additionally, they’ve indicated that no other staff members at Edmonds PCC need to self-quarantine if they are asymptomatic. The staff member who tested positive is receiving care and will not return to work until guidance from public health officials allows it. PCC is following the guidelines of the CDC and federal and local governments to protect the individual to ensure they do not lose wages as a result of these steps.


Staff Member at Redmond PCC Tests Positive for COVID-19

April 12, 2020

PCC learned today that a staff member at our Redmond store has tested positive for COVID-19. This staff person last worked in the store on April 9, 2020. PCC has been in regular contact with King County and Snohomish County Health Departments. They have informed us our current, rigorous COVID-19 cleaning protocol is sufficient to address the situation and that no store or department closures are required. Additionally, they’ve indicated that no other staff members at Redmond PCC need to self-quarantine if they are asymptomatic. The staff member who tested positive is receiving care and will not return to work until guidance from public health officials allows it. PCC is following the guidelines of the CDC and federal and local governments to protect the individual to ensure they do not lose wages as a result of these steps.


Staff Member at Bothell PCC Tests Positive for COVID-19

April 3, 2020

PCC learned today that a staff member at our Bothell store has tested positive for COVID-19. This staff person last worked in the store on April 3, 2020. PCC has been in regular contact with King County and Snohomish County Health Departments. They have informed us our current, rigorous COVID-19 cleaning protocol is sufficient to address the situation and that no store or department closures are required. Additionally, they’ve indicated that no other staff members at Bothell PCC need to self-quarantine if they are asymptomatic. The staff member who tested positive is receiving care and will not return to work until guidance from public health officials allows it. PCC is following the guidelines of the CDC and federal and local governments to protect the individual to ensure they do not lose wages as a result of these steps.


Staff Member at Bothell PCC Tests Positive for COVID-19

March 30, 2020

PCC learned today that a staff member at our Bothell store has tested positive for COVID-19. This staff person last worked in the store on March 21.

We have reported this case to the King County Health Department. They assessed the details of the situation and have informed us that no other staff members at Bothell PCC need to self-quarantine and that our current, rigorous COVID-19 cleaning protocol is sufficient to address the situation. The staff member who tested positive is receiving care and will not return to work until guidance from public health officials allows it. PCC is following the guidelines of the CDC and federal and local governments to protect the individual to ensure they do not lose wages as a result of these steps.


An Update on COVID-19: Information about Green Lake Aurora PCC

March 11, 2020

Today we learned that a staff member in our Green Lake Aurora store tested positive for the novel coronavirus (COVID-19). Upon learning of the result, we moved quickly to notify our staff, temporarily close the store, and implement a deep clean of the entire store. We are following all recommended guidelines from public health authorities, including the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and city, county, and state public health departments.

The staff member in question works only at the Green Lake Aurora PCC store at 7504 Aurora Avenue North. They last worked on Sunday, March 8, 2020.

Guidance from public health authorities is that individuals who were in “close contact” with an individual who has tested positive for COVID-19 should self-quarantine. PCC has identified other staff who may have been in “close contact” with the affected staff person and is supporting these additional staff as they self-quarantine. Our co-op has a generous sick and vacation policy, and we are working with employees on a case-by-case basis to ensure they have the support they need.

Out of an abundance of caution, the kitchen and deli of the Green Lake Aurora PCC store will be closed for 14 days, through March 26, 2020. While this staff member worked in the kitchen and is unlikely to have had “close contact” with any shopper, if you think you may have come into “close contact” with a member of our deli staff, you may contact us at healthinfo@pccmarkets.com.

The Green Lake Aurora PCC store will reopen on Friday, March 13, 2020 and be staffed by employees who did not come into “close contact” with the employee who tested positive for COVID-19.

Across our co-op, we have asked any staff exhibiting symptoms of respiratory illness or fever to stay home, contact our HR department, and notify their physician.

Our co-op prides itself on its cleanliness and food safety standards, and we are taking multiple steps to best serve you, care for our staff, and be a responsible member of our community. We have implemented rigorous cleaning practices throughout all of our stores, including more frequent cleanings of high-impact/high-touch areas across our entire co-op. To learn more about the steps we are taking, please see our recent statement.


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