Providence Regional Medical Center Everett, where the first U.S. case of the new coronavirus was hospitalized for two weeks. (Olivia Vanni / Herald file)

Providence Regional Medical Center Everett, where the first U.S. case of the new coronavirus was hospitalized for two weeks. (Olivia Vanni / Herald file)

Here are the known coronavirus cases in Snohomish County

Updated March 6, 2020.

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Based on official announcements and our own reporting, here’s what we know about confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Snohomish County:

Information from the Snohomish County Health District, as of March 11, 11 a.m.:

Female in her 70s, investigation ongoing

Female in her 20s, investigation ongoing

Male in his 60s, investigation ongoing

Male in his 50s, recovered

Female in her 30s, isolating at home

Female in her 30s, investigation ongoing

Male in his 50s, investigation ongoing

Female in her 60s, investigation ongoing

Male in his 60s, investigation ongoing

Male in his 80s, investigation ongoing

Female in her 80s, hospitalized with underlying conditions

Female in her 40s, investigation ongoing

Female in her 90s, hospitalized with underlying health conditions, connected to Josephine Caring Community

Male in his 80s, deceased, connected to Josephine Caring Community

Male in his 70s, hospitalized with underlying health conditions

Male in his 30s, hospitalized

Female in her 50s, investigation ongoing

Female in her 20s, isolating at home

Female in her 40s, isolating at home

Female in her 20s, isolating at home

Male in his 40s, isolating at home, connected to LifeCare Center of Kirkland

Female in her 50s, investigation ongoing

Male in his 30s, investigation ongoing

Female in her 50s, isolating at home, connected to LifeCare Center of Kirkland

Male in his 50s, investigation ongoing

Female in her 40s, hospitalized with underlying health conditions

Female in her 70s, hospitalized with underlying health conditions

Female in her 50s, hospitalized

Female in her 30s, isolating at home

Female in her 70s, investigation ongoing

Female in her 80s, investigation ongoing

Female in her 70s, investigation ongoing

Male in his 70s, hospitalized with underlying health conditions

Male in his 60s, investigation ongoing

Male in his 60s, investigation ongoing

Female in her 70s, investigation ongoing

Female in her 70s, investigation ongoing

Male in his 70s, hospitalized with underlying health conditions

Male in his 60s, hospitalized with underlying health conditions

Male in his 30s, investigation ongoing

Female in her 80s, investigation ongoing

Female in her 50s, isolating at home

Female in her 30s, connected to LifeCare Center of Kirkland

Female in her 50s, isolating at home, connected to LifeCare Center in Kirkland

Male in his 40s, investigation ongoing

Female in her 60s, connected to LifeCare Center in Kirkland

Male in his 40s, isolating at home, connected to LifeCare Center in Kirkland

Male in his 60s, investigation ongoing

Female in her 40s, connected to LifeCare Center in Kirkland

Male in his 50s, hospitalized with underlying health conditions

Female in her 80s, hospitalized

Male in his 40s, hospitalized

Female in her 60s, isolating at home, connected to LifeCare Center in Kirkland

Male in his 50s, hospitalized

Female in her 50s, isolating at home, connected to LifeCare Center in Kirkland

Female in her 40s, isolating at home, connected to LifeCare Center in Kirkland

Female in her 50s, isolating at home, connected to LifeCare Center in Kirkland

Female in her 20s, isolating at home, connected to LifeCare Center in Kirkland

Male in his 60s, hospitalized with underlying health conditions

Female in her 60s, hospitalized

Female in her 50s, isolating at home, connected to LifeCare Center in Kirkland

Female in her 20s, isolating at home, connected to LifeCare Center in Kirkland

Female in her 60s, hospitalized with underlying health conditions

Male in his 40s, deceased, was hospitalized in King County with underlying conditions

Male in his 40s, isolating at home, worked at LifeCare in Kirkland

Female in her 50s, hospitalized with underlying health conditions

A teenage boy was the county’s second case and the first presumed to have gotten the virus through “community transmission” and not from exposure in China. The student at Jackson High School in Mill Creek was diagnosed Feb. 28 and was not seriously ill.

A Snohomish County man, 35, the nation’s first coronavirus case, was admitted to Providence Regional Medical Center Everett on Jan. 20. He became ill five days after returning from a trip to Wuhan, China, and was treated in a special isolation unit devised for the Ebola outbreak five years ago. After two weeks at Providence, he was monitored at home and fully recovered.

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