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.
|Region||Confirmed cases||Deaths||Cases/100k pop.|
|King County||146 735||1 832||7 598|
|Pierce County||79 502||767||9 997|
|Spokane County||62 790||851||13 325|
|Snohomish County||56 489||681||7 919|
|Yakima County||39 346||514||16 176|
|Clark County||35 791||392||8 414|
|Benton County||27 835||306||15 890|
|Franklin County||18 344||156||23 469|
|Thurston County||17 022||183||6 748|
|Kitsap County||14 058||167||5 598|
|Whatcom County||13 972||130||6 946|
|Grant County||13 616||113||15 278|
|Cowlitz County||11 317||176||11 051|
|Chelan County||9 685||90||13 367|
|Skagit County||8 879||90||7 595|
|Lewis County||8 503||107||11 269|
|Walla Walla County||7 807||84||13 282|
|Grays Harbor County||6 973||98||9 579|
|Douglas County||5 322||27||13 848|
|Whitman County||5 149||55||11 499|
|Mason County||4 590||52||7 562|
|Kittitas County||4 296||44||10 500|
|Okanogan County||4 140||53||10 068|
|Clallam County||3 828||37||5 361|
|Island County||3 171||38||4 039|
|Adams County||2 897||25||15 469|
|Asotin County||2 380||39||10 539|
|Pacific County||1 575||23||7 529|
|Klickitat County||1 496||14||7 363|
|Pend Oreille County||1 230||14||9 461|
|Lincoln County||1 126||16||10 653|
|Jefferson County||889||12||2 976|
|Skamania County||605||3||5 467|
|Ferry County||566||10||7 496|
|Columbia County||288||6||7 062|
|San Juan County||279||0||1 769|
|Wahkiakum County||231||5||5 807|
|Garfield County||192||7||8 473|
State by state, county by county, the COVID-19 outbreak is spreading in the U.S. Washington is among the states that have the highest number of coronavirus patients, as of today, its figure has reached 631K.
Stevens County is not the most affected area in Washington while Pierce County and Spokane County are the most-infected ones in the state. The risk of infection in the county is average if we talk about its population density that is 18 people per mi2 (7 people per km2) but the situation is still difficult. It is considered that a week later the overall number of COVID-19 positive people in Stevens County will reach 5K cases. The statistics also show the average infection rate per 100,000 people - it’s 9K, but the virus is still spreading.
The virus is variable across the U.S., some new clusters appear, others subside. In times like these, we all should remain calm and take care of ourselves and our loved ones. You should be aware of protection measures and the symptoms of coronavirus.How to protect yourself from coronavirus? What are coronavirus symptoms?