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Washington StateWalla Walla Union-Bulletin

Delta coronavirus variant now dominant in Washington

The highly contagious delta variant is now the most dominant strain in Washington. The delta variant lagged in Washington as it surged across the nation. That has changed in recent weeks, as it now accounts for the largest share of coronavirus cases in the state. According to the state Department...
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Washington StateTacoma News Tribune

Here are the latest COVID-19 numbers confirmed Monday in Washington state

The Washington state Department of Health reported 3,073 new COVID-19 cases and 11 deaths Monday. Statewide totals from the illness caused by the coronavirus are 469,308 and 6,089 deaths. Those numbers are up from 466,235 cases and 6,078 deaths as of Friday. The case total includes 39,971 infections listed as probable. DOH revises previous case and death counts daily.
Washington StateSeattle Times

LiveCoronavirus daily news updates, July 26: What to know today about COVID-19 in the Seattle area, Washington state and the world

Stoked by the virulent delta variant and continued vaccine hesitancy, cases of COVID-19 are spiking once again. Although cases, hospitalizations and deaths are still well below the pandemic’s peak, Dr. Anthony Fauci, the nation’s top infectious disease expert, said Sunday that he’s considering recommending that everyone — vaccinated or not — return to wearing masks.
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Texas StateDallas News

What can we learn from the Texas Democrats who spread COVID in Washington?

Among the nearly 60 Democratic members of the Texas House who traveled to Washington, D.C., last week to prevent the passage of a GOP election bill, so far six have tested positive for COVID-19. The first question that needs addressing is whether they were really vaccinated. I think they should show proof, as public confidence and believability is at stake, not to mention faith in the COVID-19 vaccines.
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Washington, Sullivan County Schools release fall COVID-19 guidelines, more districts announce in coming days

Washington, Sullivan County Schools release fall COVID-19 guidelines, more districts announce in coming days. Washington, Sullivan County Schools release fall COVID-19 guidelines, more districts announce in coming days. Virginia Highlands Festival underway, antique and vintage show open to public. 'I'm still going to keep the faith': Equusearch Midwest reports no...
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Washington StateThe Daily World

County COVID cases on the rise

Grays Harbor County COVID-19 case counts have been on the rise since the state of Washington “reopened” on June 30. Public health numbers released Friday showed 69 new cases the week of July 15-21, up from 36 new cases the prior week. “We are seeing an increase in numbers, which...
Washington StateSeattle Times

Coronavirus daily news updates, July 24: What to know today about COVID-19 in the Seattle area, Washington state and the world

Driven by the emergence of the coronavirus delta variant as the dominant variant of concern, King County’s top public health official is recommending everyone, regardless of vaccination status, wear masks again in public indoor settings. As the summer progresses, thousands of passengers are coming face-to-face with travel headaches as they...