CORONAVIRUS: Friday 6/11/2021 roundup

Tonight’s pandemic headlines:

KING COUNTY NUMBERS: We start with the daily stats from the Public Health daily-summary page, cumulative totals:

*110,939 people have tested positive, 70 more than yesterday’s total

*1,613 people have died, 1 more than yesterday’s total

*6,266 people have been hospitalized, 4 more than yesterday’s total

Now our weekly check of key numbers on the COVID Vaccination Among King County Residents dashboard:

*1,484,440 people have received one dose (76% of everyone 12+)

*1,307,132 people have received both doses (66.9% of everyone 12+)

One week ago, the first three totals were 110,117/1,599/6,214, and the vaccination totals were 1,460,642/1,243,683.


WORLDWIDE NUMBERS: 175.2 million cases, 3,785,000+ deaths – see the nation-by-nation numbers here.

VACCINATION POP-UP TOMORROW: One more reminder that the Seattle Fire Mobile Vaccination Team will be at the first-ever South Delridge Farmers’ Market, all three vaccines available, 11 am-3 pm Saturday, 9421 18th SW.

SCALING BACK: Public Health’s every-weekday pandemic-roundup email will go to once-weekly starting next Thursday. So far it appears they’ll continue updating the daily-summary board daily, and until they stop that – or after the June 30th reopening, whichever comes first – we’ll continue with nightly roundups.

GOT INFO OR PHOTOS? or text/voice 206-293-6302 – thank you!

3 Replies to "CORONAVIRUS: Friday 6/11/2021 roundup"

  • Jsbm June 12, 2021 (4:37 am)

    I think the percentages of vaccinations you provided from the dashboard are for the 16+ category, not 12+.

    • WSB June 12, 2021 (10:16 am)

      Thanks, the dashboard defaults to 16+, but I usually reflexively choose the other option. Checking/fixing.

  • Scubafrog June 12, 2021 (3:53 pm)

    Fantastic WS, and Seattle as a whole.  I hate to toot our local horn…. but toot toot.  Let our region be the nation’s role-model.No small amount of credit goes to WSB for keeping WS informed throughout, via the Roundup.  This has been a great Covid ‘climate’ predictor for me, on what weeks have been safe to venture out, and when to hunker down.  Thank you WSB

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