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COVID-19 in Moses Lake: Where To Get Help If You Need It

We are in the early stages of the 2019 Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak and while we don’t know how many people will fall ill, we do know that individuals and families are already feeling the impacts at home.

We’ve put together this list of resources so you can get the help you need. If you know of a person or business that’s offering help, in any form, please email me at [email protected] and I will add it to the page.

This list will be frequently updated as information comes in.

Samaritan Healthcare announced the opening of the Samaritan Respiratory Virus Evaluation Center (RVEC Clinic), located at the west entrance of Samaritan Clinic on Pioneer. The RVEC Clinic intends to help medically screen any patients currently experiencing respiratory illness symptoms, including cough, fever, and difficulty breathing, and for patients who have concerns that they may have been exposed to someone with COVID-19. 

Patients should call the 24-hour nurse (509-764-3331) hotline prior to visiting the RVEC Clinic or local Emergency Department.

Free Meals

Moses Lake School District 10:30am-11:30am: Beginning March 20th, grab-and-go meals (lunch and breakfast for the following day) for kids ages 0-18 years are available at the following school locations:

  • Knolls Vista Elementary
  • Lakeview Elementary
  • Larson Heights Elementary
  • Longview Elementary
  • North Elementary
  • Peninsula Elementary

Children must be present to pick up meals

These meals will be provided daily from March 20th – April 24th (closed April 6th – 10th for Spring Break)

If you have questions, please call (509) 793-7999

Quincy School District 10:30am – 12:30pm Monday – Friday: Beginning March 24th, grab-and-go meals (lunch and breakfast for the following day) for kids ages 0-18 years are available at the following school locations:

  • Quincy Middle School
  • Pioneer Elementary
  • George Elementary
  • Mountain View Elementary

Children must be present to receive meals, no exceptions. Children do not need to be students of the Quincy School District.

Child Care

Governor Jay Inslee said in a statement that “critical services” will continue including limited child care, with a focus on health care workers, emergency personnel and low-income families. We will update as more information on the program becomes available.

Errands/Grocery Shopping

If you or someone you know is offering to pick up groceries or run errands, please email [email protected] with contact info and we will add it here

Unemployment Benefits

If you are temporarily out of work due to a closure from COVID-19, you likely are eligible for Paid Sick Leave. Click here for more information.

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