Case updates November 1, 2021

Wednesday, November 3, 2021

Delta variant
As of November 1, 79.1% of Washingtonians 12 and older have received at least one dose of COVID-19 vaccine and 73.1% of people 12 and older are fully vaccinated. 

 
COVID Case updates


United States 
  • Total cases  46,024,349 - 127,217 new
  • Total deaths 745,274 -   1,301  new

Washington state 
  • Total confirmed cases 645,596 -  5,451 new  
  • Total hospitalizations 40,514 -  385 new    
  • Statewide ICU occupancy by COVID-19 patients - 24.6% 
  • Total deaths 8,696 -  68 new  
Levels of Community Transmission:
based on the number of new cases per 100,000 residents in the past 7 days:

High: ≥ 100
Substantial: 50-99
Moderate: 10-49
Low: < 10


King county 
  • Total confirmed cases 155,742 -  1,140 new   
  • Total hospitalizations 8,482 -   55 new  
  • Total deaths 2,022 -  15 new     
  • Level of community transmission HIGH 

Seattle 
  • Total confirmed cases 38,337  -  306 new   
  • Total hospitalizations 1,811  -   14 new 
  • Total deaths 504  -   4 new
  • Level of community transmission SUBSTANTIAL  

Shoreline  
  • Total confirmed cases 3,388 -  41 new  
  • Total hospitalizations 243 -   -1 new   
  • Total deaths 111 - 0 new
  • Level of community transmission: HIGH  

Lake Forest Park 
  • Total confirmed cases 557 - 47 new   
  • Total hospitalizations 22 -    1 new
  • Total deaths 5  - 0 new
  • Level of community transmission: SUBSTANTIAL


2 comments:

Elsa of Lake Forest Park November 4, 2021 at 6:34 AM  

Wait, what! 47 new cases? Usually it’s 1-7. Is this for the month of October? I’m confused.

DKH November 4, 2021 at 7:24 PM  

Back when everyone seemed to think that the pandemic was over, the various agencies stopped reporting on weekends. So there's always catch-up that usually shows up on Tuesday. The 47 would be 2-3 days of numbers.

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