What we know: Washington coronavirus outbreak at a glance

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Here are the latest developments related to the COVID-19 outbreak in Snohomish County and Washington, and links to more information. Do you have a question about the outbreak? Maybe we can get it answered. Email us.

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The latest data

This page will no longer be updated as of Oct. 18, 2022

The count of cases and deaths is a moving target, with jurisdictions reporting sometimes-contradictory numbers. Ours might not match what other media are reporting.

Cumulative cases statewide since January 2020: 1,828,918

— Fatalities statewide: 14,464

• Cumulative cases in Snohomish County: 193,434

— Fatalities in Snohomish County: 1,319

• Cumulative vaccine doses given in Snohomish County: 1,669,841

— Partially vaccinated: 644,701

— Fully vaccinated: 593,077

— Any booster: 349,633

— Bivalent booster: 66,452

Snohomish Health District data dashboard


 

Stories

More HeraldNet coronavirus stories here

Fall brings concerns of a ‘twindemic’ of flu, COVID

COVID, monkeypox levels down

State employees likely to get 1K bonuses for COVID booster

1,700 people aided by $1.8 million Snohomish County ARPA money

COVID boosters targeting omicron are here, in limited supply

Washington’s COVID-19 state of emergency to end Oct. 31

 


 

Resources

VaccinateWA vaccine finder: (Unofficial, volunteer-run)

Snohomish Health District: Coronavirus home | Vaccine info | Case count info | General virus info | FAQ | Schools and child care | Blog with updates | Questions: Email or call 800-525-0127, then press #

Washington State Department of Health: Statewide case count and data dashboards | Vaccination locations

Public Health—Seattle & King County: Coronavirus updates | News releases | COVID-19 dashboards

Johns Hopkins University COVID data resources: Status dashboard for Snohomish County | Status dashboard for Washington

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention: Coronavirus overview | Cases in U.S.

Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation (IHME): Washington coronavirus dashboard

Washington state coronavirus response

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