Case updates; Fall may bring increased COVID-19 activity

Wednesday, September 30, 2020

“As the weather gets colder and people spend more time indoors, we must all take precautions to reduce the risk of COVID-19,” said State Health Officer Dr. Kathy Lofy. 

“If you gather inside with people outside your household, it’s critical to keep the group as small as possible. 

"Limit the length of time you spend together and the number of gatherings you have. Everyone should wear face coverings and stay at least six feet apart. 

"Opening windows can also improve ventilation, even if it means wearing extra layers to stay warm.”


Case updates September 28, 2020


United States
  • cases 7,129,313 - 33,891 cases since yesterday
  • deaths 204,598 - 270 deaths since yesterday

Washington state - *no death reports on weekends
  • cases 87,042 - 404 since last report
  • hospitalizations 7,483 - 6 since last report
  • deaths* 2,124 - 24 since last report

King county
  • cases 22,263 - 51 since yesterday
  • hospitalizations 2,369 - 7 since yesterday
  • deaths 758 - 0 since last report

Shoreline - population 56,752 (2018)
  • cases 608 - 0 new
  • hospitalizations 105 - 0 new
  • deaths 63 - 0 new

Lake Forest Park - 13,569 (2018)
  • cases 68 - 0 new
  • hospitalizations 4 - 0 new
  • deaths 1 - 0 new



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