Here’s what’s new as the holiday season ends :
KING COUNTY’S NEWEST NUMBERS: Here are the cumulative totals from the Public Health daily-summary dashboard – again, remember that testing availability is limited during holidays, so we won’t get a full picture of the current situation for at least a few more days:
*64,578 people have tested positive, up 469 from yesterday’s total
*1,091 people have died, unchanged since Friday
*4,249 people have been hospitalized, up 4 from yesterday’s total
*755,666 people have been tested, up 497 from yesterday’s total
One week ago, the King County totals were 60,182/1,043/4,042/732,257.
STATEWIDE NUMBERS: See them here.
WORLDWIDE NUMBERS: 85 million cases and 1,842,000+ deaths, 351,000 of them in the U.S. – see the nation-by-nation breakdown here.
WHAT TO EXPECT THIS WEEK: No date announced for a briefing, but Gov. Inslee‘s office promised that, “An updated reopening plan is currently being developed to provide a pathway for businesses and workers impacted by this order to reopen safely” and that it will be released this coming week.
FOOD FOR STUDENTS: The winter break for Seattle Public Schools is ending, so all meal sites return to operation tomorrow – here’s the list/map of where and when.
GROCERY HOURS: We revisited local standalone stores’ hours, including special senior/at-risk shopping times, here.
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