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Coronavirus updates, May 13, 2021

Last updated:  1 day 2 hours ago
17K

Confirmed cases

20K

Estimated cases

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220

Deaths

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+2 372 yesterday
424K

Confirmed cases

Estimated for the end of the day: 424K
507K

Estimated cases

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+1 967 yesterday
214K

Recovered

+13 yesterday
5,7K

Deaths

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+38 285 yesterday
33,7M

Confirmed cases

Estimated for the end of the day: 33,7M
53,5M

Estimated cases

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+45 622 yesterday
26,7M

Recovered

+733 yesterday
599K

Deaths

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All recovered New recovered
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+690 861 yesterday
162,5M

Confirmed cases

Estimated for the end of the day: 162,8M
301M

Estimated cases

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+781 663 yesterday
141,5M

Recovered

+12 522 yesterday
3,4M

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 Cases/100k pop.
King County 106 275 1 544 5 503
Pierce County 52 061 669 6 547
Spokane County 42 731 636 9 068
Snohomish County 37 478 575 5 254
Yakima County 29 770 453 12 239
Clark County 23 646 264 5 559
Franklin County 12 372 111 15 828
Thurston County 9 491 104 3 762
Whatcom County 8 915 95 4 432
Grant County 8 862 75 9 944
Kitsap County 8 061 110 3 210
Chelan County 6 699 66 9 246
Cowlitz County 5 903 88 5 764
Skagit County 5 635 70 4 820
Walla Walla County 5 065 66 8 617
Lewis County 4 544 67 6 022
Whitman County 4 230 48 9 447
Grays Harbor County 4 018 65 5 519
Douglas County 3 577 22 9 308
Kittitas County 2 982 33 7 288
Mason County 2 725 29 4 489
Okanogan County 2 531 39 6 155
Stevens County 2 169 28 4 983
Adams County 2 132 22 11 384
Island County 1 727 30 2 200
Asotin County 1 452 28 6 430
Clallam County 1 281 9 1 794
Pacific County 928 11 4 436
Pend Oreille County 754 9 5 800
Klickitat County 750 10 3 691
Lincoln County 509 8 4 816
Jefferson County 412 3 1 379
Ferry County 357 5 4 728
Skamania County 347 1 3 136
San Juan County 175 0 1 110
Garfield County 122 5 5 384
Columbia County 119 5 2 918
Wahkiakum County 110 0 2 765

The number of confirmed cases of the new virus continues to grow in the the U.S. Coronavirus keeps all people on alert in Prosser and today, the invisible enemy still covers the territory of Benton County. Its population density is considered to be 110 people per mi2 (40 people per km2) so the risk of being infected is below average. As for the state, the Washington officials reported about 424K cases of COVID-19, an increase of 2,4K cases from yesterday.

King County and Pierce County counties are still the most-affected counties in the state.

These figures don’t give the whole picture because many cases — including mild or asymptomatic infections — have not been diagnosed. Our aim is to stay inside and take care of ourselves. You should not forget about protection measures and the symptoms of coronavirus.

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