Case updates October 19, 2020; reduce the impact of staying indoors

Wednesday, October 21, 2020

“As COVID-19 activity intensifies, it’s incredibly important that we all take precautions to reduce the impact of seasonal changes like spending more time indoors,” said Secretary of Health John Wiesman.

“We must be especially careful to avoid gathering in groups inside, including with family and friends outside of our immediate household. 

"That includes limiting group size, gathering outside or improving ventilation inside, cleaning and washing hands frequently, wearing face coverings (including inside our homes) and staying over six feet apart.”


Case updates October 19, 2020

United States
  • cases 8,188,585 - 60,061 cases since yesterday
  • deaths 219,499 - 513 deaths since yesterday

Washington state - *DOH does not report deaths on the weekend
  • cases 99,150 - 489 since yesterday
  • hospitalizations 8,124 - 47 since yesterday
  • deaths* 2,282 - 24 since last report

King county
  • cases 25,367 - 98 since yesterday
  • hospitalizations 2,508 - 10 since yesterday
  • deaths 785 - 0 since yesterday

Shoreline - population 56,752 (2018)
  • cases 640 - 1 since yesterday
  • hospitalizations 107 - 1 new
  • deaths 64 - 0 new

Lake Forest Park - 13,569 (2018)
  • cases 74 - 0 since yesterday
  • hospitalizations 4 - 0 since yesterday
  • deaths 1 - 0 new



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