Case updates December 1, 2020; Governor updates restrictions for religious and faith based organizations

Thursday, December 3, 2020

Gov. Jay Inslee today updated restrictions for religious and faith based organizations.

The update clarifies that religious and faith-based organizations can hold outdoor services with up to 200 individuals, regardless of location, so long as physical distancing is followed and face coverings are worn.

This modification expands where outdoor services can be held, services are no longer limited to the organization’s property or an immediately adjacent property. Read the full guidance document here.


Case updates December 1, 2020

United States
  • cases 13,626,022 - 178,395 cases since yesterday
  • deaths 269,763 - 2,461 deaths since yesterday

Washington state
  • cases 170,342 - 3126 since last report
  • hospitalizations 10,954 - 34 since last report
  • deaths 2,850 - 45 since last report

King county
  • cases 45,811 - 673 since yesterday
  • hospitalizations 3,247 - 12 since yesterday
  • deaths 878 - 10 since yesterday

Seattle
  • cases 11,471 - 166 since yesterday
  • hospitalizations 757 - 2 since yesterday
  • deaths 204 - 2 since yesterday

Shoreline - population 56,752 (2018)
  • cases 1,181 - 35 since yesterday
  • hospitalizations 133 - 1 since yesterday
  • deaths 71 - 0 since yesterday

Lake Forest Park - 13,569 (2018)
  • cases 139 - 4 since yesterday
  • hospitalizations 6 - 0 since yesterday
  • deaths 2 - 0 since yesterday


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