Case updates June 28, 2021 - mask requirement is lifted - except...

Wednesday, June 30, 2021

Masks not required outdoors
unless...
Photo by Cynthia Sheridan
Gov. Inslee has lifted the state-wide mask mandate and so has Seattle / King county. However, transit requires masks and so do many indoor spaces like restaurants and businesses. Unvaccinated people are asked to continue wearing masks.


Case updates June 28, 2021


United States 
  • Total cases 33,451,748 - 4,716 in one day
  • Total deaths 601,506 - 111 in one day

Washington state 
  • Total confirmed cases 414,249 - 455 new since yesterday
  • Probable (additional) cases 36,681 - 71 new since yesterday
  • Total hospitalizations 25,424 - 41 since yesterday
  • Total deaths 5,911- 9 new since yesterday.

King county
  • Total confirmed cases 107,711 - 29 new since yesterday
  • Total hospitalizations 6,502 - 6 new since yesterday
  • Total deaths 1,657 - 0 new since yesterday

Seattle - population 744,995 (2018)
  • Total confirmed cases 25,478 - 6 new since yesterday
  • Total hospitalizations 1,439 - 2 new since yesterday
  • Total deaths 421 - 0 new since yesterday

Shoreline - population 56,752 (2018)
  • Total confirmed cases 2,480 -   3 new since yesterday
  • Total hospitalizations 206 - 0 new since yesterday
  • Total deaths 101 - 0 new since yesterday

Lake Forest Park - 13,569 (2018)
  • Total confirmed cases 326 - 0 new since yesterday
  • Total hospitalizations 17 - 0 new since yesterday
  • Total deaths 4 - 0 new since yesterday


1 comments:

Anonymous,  July 1, 2021 at 5:28 AM  

I for one am ecstatic that more restaurants DO NOT require masks anymore! These are the places will be getting my business along with the many friends that join me.
Example: Me and 4 others went into a Chinese buffet yesterday in Snohomish county, and was told with a big smile from the owner that masks and gloves were only voluntary and that we did not have to wear these things anymore. That's my kind of place and all of us and more will be back!

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