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Confirmed coronavirus cases and deaths across Washington state

Graph updated on Sunday, March 29. (MyNorthwest)

As coronavirus continues to spread throughout Washington, these are the cases that have been confirmed by the Washington State Department of Health. Due to technical difficulties experienced by the DOH, these numbers are from the most recent update on March 28. Please check back for details.

Washington state is reporting 4,896 cases and 195 deaths. DOH says 65,462 people have been tested. Of those tests, 7.5% are confirmed positive cases.

Of those tested positive, 51% are female, 45% male (4% unknown). By age group, 0-19 (2%), 20-39 (25%), 40-59 (33%) 60-79 (28%), and 80+ (12%).

Of those who have died, 52% are male, 48% are female. By age group, 0-19 (0%), 20-39 (1%), 40-59 (6%) 60-79 (39%), and 80+ (54%).

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Adams County: 7 cases

Benton County: 101 cases, 3 deaths

Chelan County: 14 cases, 1 death

Clallam County: 6 cases

Clark County: 68 cases, 5 deaths

Columbia County: 2 case

Cowlitz County: 13 cases

Douglas County: 5 cases

Ferry County: 1 case

Franklin County: 32 cases

Grant County: 50 cases, 1 death

Grays Harbor County: 1 case

Island County: 95 cases, 1 death

Jefferson County: 14 cases

King County: 2,161 cases, 144 deaths

Kitsap County: 56 cases

Kittitas County: 7 cases

Klickitat County: 7 cases, 1 death

Lewis County: 10 cases

Lincoln County: 1 case

Mason County: 2 cases

Okanogan County: 3 cases

Pierce County: 288 cases, 6 deaths

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San Juan County: 3 cases

Skagit County: 101 cases, 3 deaths

Skamania County: 1 case

Snohomish County: 1,068 cases, 21 deaths

Spokane County: 136 cases, 2 deaths

Stevens County: 3 cases

Thurston County: 36 cases

Walla Walla County: 6 cases

Whatcom County: 111 cases, 4 deaths

Whitman County: 6 cases

Yakima County: 95 cases, 2 deaths

Unassigned: 387 cases

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