The Washington state Department of Health reported 1,919 new COVID-19 cases and 33 deaths Friday.
Statewide totals from the illness caused by the coronavirus are 780,835 and 9,413 deaths. Those numbers are up from 778,916 cases and 9,380 deaths as of Thursday. The case total includes 94,286 infections listed as probable.
DOH revises previous case and death counts daily.
As of Nov. 24, the date with the most recent complete data, 70 people with confirmed cases of COVID-19 were admitted to Washington state hospitals.
For the past seven days, Washington has had a case rate of 128.5 per 100,000 people.
The national rate for the same period was 203.3 per 100,000, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
According to the CDC, 11.5 million doses of COVID-19 vaccines have been administered in Washington.
On the national level, 466.3 million shots of the approved vaccines have been given, according to CDC statistics.
As of Friday, 61.7% of Washington residents and 59.7% of the adult U.S. population have been fully vaccinated.
According to DOH data, King County, with the state’s highest population, continues to have the highest numbers in Washington, with 174,326 cases and 2,086 deaths. Pierce County, second in population, is second in cases, with 99,755. Pierce County has the third-highest number of deaths, at 977, according to DOH, which counts deaths differently than the Tacoma-Pierce County Health Department.
All counties in Washington have at least 200 cases. Only six of the state’s 39 counties have case counts of fewer than 1,000.
U.S. and world numbers
There have been more than 48.9 million confirmed coronavirus cases and 787,535 deaths from the virus in the United States as of Friday, according to Johns Hopkins University. The United States has the highest total number of reported cases and deaths of any nation.
More than 5.2 million people have died from the disease worldwide. Global cases exceed 264.7 million.