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349 New Coronavirus Cases Recorded In Washington

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The latest update includes all cases processed by 11:59 p.m. Saturday night. © Shutterstock The latest update includes all cases processed by 11:59 p.m. Saturday night.

SEATTLE, WA — State health officials reported 349 new coronavirus cases in Washington on Sunday, with the highest daily totals seen in King, Spokane and Pierce counties. Thirteen counties reported no increase to their case counts. The state no longer provides updates on deaths over the weekend.

Per the latest data, 82,548 patients have tested positive in the state since the crisis began, and at least 2,037 people have died from complications linked to COVID-19. According to the state, approximately 266 patients with confirmed or suspected illnesses are currently hospitalized.

At least 2,723 new illnesses have been confirmed in Washington over the last seven days, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's case tracker. The number of new cases reported statewide has shown steady improvement in recent weeks.

Many of Washington's counties still show a rate of cases by population higher than the target threshold of 25 cases per 100,000 residents over 14 days. However, King, Pierce, Snohomish, Skagit, Kitsap and Lewis counties are now among those in the moderate range, reporting between 50 and 75 cases per 100,000. Roughly half of the state's counties remain in the highest transmission bracket.

Health labs have processed at least 1,736,556 tests in Washington since the public health crisis began.

Total coronavirus cases, hospitalizations and deaths by county:

County Confirmed Cases Hospitalizations Deaths
Adams 808 (+9) 47 9
Asotin 87 (+4) 9 2
Benton 4,409 (+10) 377 127
Chelan 1,834 (+2) 75 14
Clallam 223 (+2) 6 1
Clark 2,576 (+13) 251 62
Columbia 14 3 1
Cowlitz 611 (+8) 52 6
Douglas 1,176 58 9
Ferry 29 1 0
Franklin 4,187 (+11) 307 (+2) 63
Garfield 11 0 0
Grant 2,788 (+11) 143 19
Grays Harbor 432 (+13) 31 6
Island 292 34 11
Jefferson 71 11 0
King 21,453 (+65) 2,376 (+1) 751
Kitsap 1,141 (+4) 96 11
Kittitas 494 23 22
Klickitat 190 11 3
Lewis 462 (+7) 37 (+1) 4
Lincoln 40 (+1) 2 1
Mason 371 (+4) 20 (+1) 3
Okanogan 1,026 45 10
Pacific 80 8 3
Pend Oreille 58 6 0
Pierce 7,552 (+33) 816 (+3) 191
San Juan 29 2 0
Skagit 1,079 (+2) 97 (+1) 22
Skamania 63 (+3) 5 1
Snohomish 6,697 (+18) 798 210
Spokane 6,221 (+46) 454 (+6) 150
Stevens 147 (+1) 15 2
Thurston 1,027 (+4) 98 17
Wahkiakum 6 0 0
Walla Walla 861 (+3) 52 5
Whatcom 1,264 (+12) 97 40
Whitman 1,157 (+29) 3 0
Yakima 11,283 (+23) 789 (-1) 256
Unassigned 299 (+7) 7 5
Total 82,548 (+349) 7,262 (+14) 2,037

The above numbers are provided by the state Department of Health, and some numbers differ from the totals provided separately by county health agencies.

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