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I am making a duplicate daily post on r/CoronavirusWAData/ as an experiment. If a lot of people start following my daily posts over there I may stop posting on r/CoronavirusWA.

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There is no case update today. The department of health does not update their data dashboard on Tuesdays, Thursdays and weekends or holidays.

Effective Monday, January 24, 2022, DOH will update the COVID-19 Data Dashboard on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays. Starting with Tuesday, January 25, 2022, we will no longer update the dashboard on Tuesdays and Thursdays. This new dashboard update schedule is a step towards achieving long-term sustainability for the DOH dashboard to inform Washingtonians with accurate and reliable COVID-19 data.

I record the reported daily Washington COVID stats on my Google docs spreadsheet.

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NOTE: I am only reporting confirmed PCR test cases. Look at my Google docs spreadsheet or the DOH data dashboard to see the probable numbers (which include unconfirmed antigen test results).

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I am making a duplicate daily post on r/CoronavirusWAData/ as an experiment. If a lot of people start following my daily posts over there I may stop posting on r/CoronavirusWA.

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The 707 average new cases on 10/3 through 10/4 are lower than the 746 average new cases on 9/30 through 10/2.

The 16 average new deaths on 10/3 through 10/4 are higher than the two average new deaths on 9/30 through 10/2.

The 22 average new hospitalizations on 10/3 through 10/4 are lower than the 70 average new hospitalizations on 9/30 through 10/2.

The 17,512 average new vaccine doses on 10/3 through 10/4 are lower than the 21,847 average new vaccine doses on 9/30 through 10/2.

The department of health says the negative results still aren't being fully accounted for so we have to use caution in drawing conclusions.

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It's getting a little late so I'm going to post the main Wednesday report here then post it when /u/secondsniglet makes their daily case update.

Weekly Sequencing and Variants report from the WA DoH. County-specific info are on pages 8-10.

All images except for the area graph of variants are taken from this week's Variant report.

Based on the Excel file provided by the state, the most recent week of information (Sep 18-Sep 24) has 48 sequences. Recently they began parsing out BA.2.75 and BF.7, I've also selected BQ.* (only six so far, unfortunately we now have one BQ.1.1 from a sample taken from late Sep.) and XBB (not yet sequenced in WA). Latest Pango designations are listed here.

My estimate based on Nextclade Pango assignments from the collection week of Sep 18-Sep 24 (137 sequences including low coverage) is:

As of this weekAug 28-Sep 03Sep 04-Sep 10Sep 11-Sep 17Sep 18-Sep 24
Total # Seq.576485459137
BA.2.75*0.5%1.9%0.7%2.2%
BA.4*1.6%2.1%0.7%2.2%
BA.4.64.7%7.2%7.6%5.8%
BA.5*91.1%86.4%87.6%88.4%
BF.71.4%1.6%2.8%0.7%
BQ.*0%0.6%0.4%0.7%
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These visualizations represent COVID in WA State by county from 7/5/22 to 10/4/22.

Link to all graphs

The graphs show

  • The average of WA state as whole along with raw counts in a blue bar chart

  • Individual counties where the state average is in grey. I've arranged these counties roughly according to where they are on the map to give a visual representation of location and proximity.

  • A collection of all county averages and raw counts for closer inspection.

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I am making a duplicate daily post on r/CoronavirusWAData/ as an experiment. If a lot of people start following my daily posts over there I may stop posting on r/CoronavirusWA.

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There is no case update today. The department of health does not update their data dashboard on Tuesdays, Thursdays and weekends or holidays.

Effective Monday, January 24, 2022, DOH will update the COVID-19 Data Dashboard on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays. Starting with Tuesday, January 25, 2022, we will no longer update the dashboard on Tuesdays and Thursdays. This new dashboard update schedule is a step towards achieving long-term sustainability for the DOH dashboard to inform Washingtonians with accurate and reliable COVID-19 data.

I record the reported daily Washington COVID stats on my Google docs spreadsheet.

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