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Coronavirus updates, April 6, 2022

Last updated:  1 month 15 days 6 hours ago
1,5M

Confirmed cases

1,5M

Estimated cases

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1,4M

Recovered

13K

Deaths

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81,9M

Confirmed cases

90,1M

Estimated cases

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66M

Recovered

1M

Deaths

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+756 135 yesterday
493,8M

Confirmed cases

Estimated for the end of the day: n/a
552M

Estimated cases

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+150 yesterday
429,4M

Recovered

+2 591 yesterday
6,2M

Deaths

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About this data

Data sources: Johns Hopkins University CSSE reports; state and national government health departments, and local media reports.

Confirmed cases - include presumptive positive cases.

Estimated cases - the unofficial number of infected people.

Active cases = total confirmed - total recovered - total deaths.

Estimated for the end of the day - assumptions about the number of infected people for the end of the current day.

The counties in the Washington state with the highest number of COVID-19 cases

Region Confirmed cases Deaths Recovered Cases/100k pop.
King County 360 956 2 417 N/A 18 690
Pierce County 183 707 1 230 N/A 23 101
Snohomish County 148 223 1 000 N/A 20 779
Spokane County 120 576 1 258 N/A 25 588
Clark County 81 937 718 N/A 19 263
Yakima County 70 581 720 N/A 29 018
Benton County 51 082 432 N/A 29 160
Thurston County 45 445 348 N/A 18 015
Kitsap County 37 827 303 N/A 15 063
Whatcom County 36 154 252 N/A 17 975
Franklin County 32 192 200 N/A 41 186
Grant County 25 055 200 N/A 28 114
Skagit County 21 511 178 N/A 18 401
Cowlitz County 21 276 314 N/A 20 775
Chelan County 19 509 146 N/A 26 926
Lewis County 16 914 215 N/A 22 416
Grays Harbor County 15 630 183 N/A 21 471
Walla Walla County 14 896 125 N/A 25 342
Mason County 11 702 126 N/A 19 279
Clallam County 10 995 114 N/A 15 398
Douglas County 10 670 61 N/A 27 764
Island County 9 601 64 N/A 12 230
Whitman County 8 699 88 N/A 19 428
Kittitas County 8 183 58 N/A 20 000
Okanogan County 7 879 114 N/A 19 161
Stevens County 7 816 127 N/A 17 955
Adams County 4 798 36 N/A 25 619
Asotin County 4 222 58 N/A 18 696
Klickitat County 3 391 39 N/A 16 690
Pacific County 3 262 47 N/A 15 593
Jefferson County 2 745 24 N/A 9 189
Pend Oreille County 2 490 30 N/A 19 152
Lincoln County 2 159 27 N/A 20 426
Skamania County 1 427 10 N/A 12 895
Ferry County 1 352 23 N/A 17 905
San Juan County 1 044 1 N/A 6 621
Columbia County 589 13 N/A 14 443
Wahkiakum County 523 5 N/A 13 147
Garfield County 365 7 N/A 16 108
Usk 1 0 171 N/A

The Washington state is facing coronavirus along with the whole U.S. that still tries hard to slow the pandemic’s rise. According to the statistics, about 1,5M confirmed cases have been informed as of today, and about 13K fatal cases.

In Washington, the highest number of people affected by virus can be seen in King and Pierce. The risk of infection is average as the population density is 103 people per mi2 (39 people per km2) but the numbers are far from positive. Besides, the infection rate is informed to be 19K per 100,000 people that is considered to be average among other states but it’s early to conclude that the situation is improving.

With the outbreak expected to persist, people have been told to follow simple preventive measures and not to leave home.You should be aware of protection measures and the symptoms of coronavirus.

How to protect yourself from coronavirus? What are coronavirus symptoms?
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