The Kent Chamber of Commerce is built on representing and protecting your business by working hard to support every aspect of doing business in the Kent Valley. The chamber is responsive to your ever-changing needs and concerns. With that being said we are sharing with you the following resources, articles, website and more regarding COVID-19 (coronavirus) to help you make informed decisions about your community and how you work and live in the city of Kent. We are grateful for our sister chambers who share the same vision to help keep our communities safe and running.

Health & Wellness Resources

Business Operations Resources

On March 27th, the President signed into law the “Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act” (the CARES Act), the largest economic relief act in our country’s history. The tourism industry in Washington has been devastated by this crisis, but tourism-related businesses can find relief through new or strengthened existing federal programs as a result of this legislation.
King County Mask Guidance  (updated as of 5/27/2021)
   (updated as of May 24,2021)

Getting vaccinated in King County

(updated as of May 24, 2021)

Drop-in vaccination is available at vaccination sites across King County, no appointment needed.

Vaccination in your car is available every day at the Snoqualmie Valley Hospital and on Mondays at King County’s Auburn Outlet Collection clinic. The Auburn clinic is open until 6:30 p.m. on Wednesdays, and several sites are open on Saturdays and Sundays. Please see the list of sites below for more details.

As of May 13, everyone ages 12 and older is eligible for COVID-19 vaccination. Learn more about vaccination for youth at

Vaccines are available across King County at high-volume vaccination sites, pharmacies and clinics (and many don’t require appointments). To schedule a vaccination appointment in advance at King County’s Kent ShoWare and Auburn Outlet Collection clinics, click the following link: