CORONAVIRUS: Monday 4/5/2021 roundup

Our nightly roundup of local pandemic information:

NEWEST KING COUNTY NUMBERS: From the Seattle-King County Public Health daily summary:

*89,643 people have tested positive, 604 more than yesterday’s total

*1,472 people have died, unchanged since yesterday

*5,381 people have been hospitalized, 15 more than yesterday’s total

*981,183 people have been tested, 4,826 more than yesterday’s total

One week ago, those totals were 87,567/1,461/5,303/964,809.


WORLDWIDE NUMBERS: 131.7 million cases, 2,860,000 deaths – 555,000 in the U.S. See the other stats – nation by nation – here.

FAMILY SURVEY: If you have a Seattle Public Schools 6th through 11th grader, the survey on whether you’ll xtick with all-remote learning or go hybrid is due tomorrow.

LOOKING FOR A VACCINATION APPOINTMENT? Here’s our ongoing list – updated when we get tips:

*Check for West Seattle city-run site appointments (updated) here; sign up for the city’s notification list for all four of its sites here.
*Health-care providers (particularly bigger ones like UW Medicine (one reader specifically recommends Valley Medical Center), Franciscan, Swedish, Kaiser Permanente, etc.)
* (volunteer-run aggregator) – you can also follow its tweets for instant notifications
*The state’s Vaccine Locator
*The CDC’s Vaccine Finder
*Pharmacies big and small – Safeway, Rite Aid, QFC, Pharmaca, Costco, Bartell Drugs
*Sea Mar clinics

NEED FOOD? This week’s nearest Food Lifeline distribution is 2-5 pm Friday (April 9th) at 815 S. 96th.

GOT SOMETHING TO REPORT? or 206-293-6302, text/voice – thank you!

6 Replies to "CORONAVIRUS: Monday 4/5/2021 roundup"

  • NorthAdmirals April 5, 2021 (10:15 pm)

    Good googly moogly. That spiked up quickly 

  • t3 April 5, 2021 (10:18 pm)

    the positive cases just keep going up. We just need to vaccinate more. 

  • flimflam April 6, 2021 (6:58 am)

    time to shut down indoor dining for a month…i doubt that will happen since Inslee caved to business groups but still the right move. don’t wait for the 12th either.

  • OneTimeCharley April 6, 2021 (9:33 am)

    We must not think of our situation in a linear fashion. The variant discovered in Britain is so much more contagious, and potentially more deadly, than we have encountered previously. Country after country encountering it has shown this time and again. A quick clamp down for a few weeks will go a long, long way to an ultimately faster resumption of ‘normal’. This includes spectator-less major sports for a bit.

  • Itsnotover April 6, 2021 (11:15 am)

    Wow, the variants are catching up, I wonder why as I’m now able to go bowling, sit in a movie theater and then go inside to grab a burger. Oh and after I drop my unvaccinated kid off at school or daycare I’ll hop on a plane to Hawaii. 

    • AMC April 6, 2021 (1:01 pm)

      Slow clap. The amount of parents on our school’s Q&A on return to in-person learning who were more worried about accommodating their kids so they could travel for spring break than keeping others safe was so disappointing.

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