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Confirmed coronavirus cases and deaths across Washington state

Mar 2, 2020, 6:16 AM | Updated: Oct 20, 2021, 5:53 pm
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Epidemiological Curve as of Oct. 20. (Washington State DOH)
(Washington State DOH)

As of Oct. 20, state health officials say there have been 623,091 confirmed cases of coronavirus in Washington state. The state is reporting 8,371 deaths since the pandemic began.

The state reports 1,119 hospital beds occupied by patients with suspected and confirmed COVID-19, with 156 of those patients on ventilators, as of Oct. 14.

There have been 9,454,044 vaccine doses given in the state.

Data is provided by the Washington State Department of Health.

Adams County: 3,184 confirmed cases, 30 deaths

Asotin County: 2,729 cases, 50 deaths

Benton County: 30,835 cases, 365 deaths

Chelan County: 10,910 cases, 101 deaths

Clallam County: 4,667 cases, 54 deaths

Clark County: 40,435 cases, 473 deaths

Columbia County: 358 cases, 8 deaths

Cowlitz County: 13,125 cases, 228 deaths

Douglas County: 5,917 cases, 39 deaths

Ferry County: 787 cases, 14 deaths

Franklin County: 19,646 cases, 180 deaths

Garfield County: 243 cases, 7 deaths

Grant County: 15,646 cases, 142 deaths

Grays Harbor County: 8,474 cases, 120 deaths

Island County: 3,825 cases, 45 deaths

Jefferson County: 1,041 cases, 17 deaths

King County: 160,163 cases, 1,943 deaths

Kitsap County: 16,389 cases, 225 deaths

Kittitas County: 4,872 cases, 54 deaths

Klickitat County: 1,903 cases, 18 deaths

Lewis County: 9,758 cases, 147 deaths

Lincoln County: 1,331 cases, 21 deaths

Mason County: 5,610 cases, 66 deaths

Okanogan County: 5,006 cases, 77 deaths

Pacific County: 1,779 cases, 29 deaths

Pend Oreille County: 1,491 cases, 22 deaths

Pierce County: 89,980 cases, 857 deaths

San Juan County: 328 cases, 0 deaths

Skagit County: 10,627 cases, 108 deaths

Skamania County: 737 cases, 6 deaths

Snohomish County: 63,301 cases, 739 deaths

Spokane County: 70,135 cases, 956 deaths

Stevens County: 4,842 cases, 84 deaths

Thurston County: 19,900 cases, 223 deaths

Wahkiakum County: 272 cases, 5 deaths

Walla Walla County: 8,658 cases, 98 deaths

Whatcom County: 15,835 cases, 153 deaths

Whitman County: 5,671 cases, 71 deaths

Yakima County: 42,617 cases, 576 deaths

Unassigned: 1,511 cases, 4 deaths

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Confirmed coronavirus cases and deaths across Washington state