Case updates June 22, 2020; COVID-19 crisis in Yakima county

Tuesday, June 23, 2020

Numbers for Yakima county


In response to “an imminent explosion of the COVID pandemic” in Yakima County, Gov. Jay Inslee announced on Saturday that he will be issuing a proclamation early this week that will require people in public spaces in Yakima County to wear face coverings.

Yakima Valley has the highest per capita rate of COVID-19 on the West Coast and the county has 22 percent of the state’s COVID-19 hospitalizations. Inslee said Yakima County’s case count is higher than the entire state of Oregon, and without immediate action case counts could double in the next two weeks.

Case updates June 22, 2020

United States
  • cases 2,275,645 including 27,616 new in 24 hours
  • deaths 119,923 including 308 since yesterday
Washington state
  • cases 28,870
  • hospitalizations 4,062
  • deaths 1,276
King county
  • cases 9,273
  • hospitalizations 1,547
  • deaths 584
Shoreline
  • cases 383
  • hospitalizations 86
  • deaths 55
Lake Forest Parkcases 35
  • hospitalizations 2
  • deaths 0




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