CORONAVIRUS: Monday 6/14/2021 roundup

With 16 days at most until full reopening, here is tonight’s roundup of local pandemic-related information:

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

*111,164 people have tested positive, 58 more than yesterday

*1,615 people have died, unchanged since Saturday

*6,275 people have been hospitalized, 3 more than yesterday

ONE WEEK AGO: Last Monday, the three totals we track were 110,417/1,602/6,231.

STATEWIDE NUMBERS: Check the state dashboard.

WORLDWIDE NUMBERS: 176.2 million cases, 3,812,000+ deaths – 599,945 in the U.S. See the other stats – nation by nation – here.

VAX STATS: In King County, 76.4 percent of people 12+ have had at least one dose; 68 percent are fully vaccinated. In West Seattle, the most-vaccinated zip code is still 98136 – 88.2 percent of people 12+ have had at least one dose. (Maps and stats are here.)

2ND VACCINATION LOTTERY TOMORROW: Tuesday brings the second drawing for the “incentives” announced by the governor.

SPEAKING OF THE GOVERNOR … his next scheduled briefing/media Q&A is 10:30 am Thursday. No link yet.

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2 Replies to "CORONAVIRUS: Monday 6/14/2021 roundup"

  • Smittytheclown June 15, 2021 (6:16 am)

    Numbers locally, statewide and nationally continue to fade.  The entire nation only had 10,000 new cases and 200 deaths yesterday.  For perspective over 8,500 died of something else.  Hopefully Inslee follows the lead of the majority of states (including California) and opens up before June 30.  Enjoy summer!

  • Pessoa June 15, 2021 (8:20 am)

    In Los Angeles visiting friends, and today is Independence Day with social distancing and masks no longer required, with a few exceptions.  LA County has had test positive rates significantly below 1.0% for months. 

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