Weekly Refresh: Mystery’s ‘Night In’ Boxes, ZOOM+Care, and More

by Anna Holmquist
March 23, 2020
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Seattle startups stepped up. In response to the coronavirus crisis, local startups like Fresh Chalk and Icertis have pitched in to help out where they can. [Built In Seattle]

Textio raised more cash. It offers an augmented writing platform. An SEC filing showed a new $7 million investment, but the company declined to confirm. [GeekWire]

Mystery created Night In boxes. The company usually facilitates surprise dates around town for couples. It’s now offering a box that contains a dinner for two, an activity and other goods from local partners. [GeekWire]

Amazon AWS launched diagnostics development unit. The tech giant announced that it’s set aside $20 million for diagnostics, including but not limited to a more accurate and faster coronavirus test. [CNBC]

ZOOM+Care announced virtual care for Washington state. Its virtual care was previously only available in Oregon. The company’s ChatCare service offers online diagnosis, treatment and prescriptions for many common conditions. [PRNewswire]

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