COVID in Washington State, county-level (7/24/2021)

  • 7-day trailing averages
  • scaled to cases per 100k.

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Washington State is currently tracking closely with the national increase

King County has been increasing its gap from the state average

After a strong above-average wave (May to July) Pierce County is matching the state average

Spokane’s dataset indicates an unusual spike in the past few days

Franklin, Walla walla and Benton are all above the national average by ~15 new cases per 100k

All counties ranked by trailing average case per 100k as of 7/24/2021

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