West Seattle Blog… | CORONAVIRUS: Tuesday 11/24 roundup

West Seattle Blog… | CORONAVIRUS: Tuesday 11/24 roundup

The climb continues – here are the pandemic toplines:

LATEST KING COUNTY NUMBERS: Here is today’s daily recap of Seattle-King County Public Health – the cumulative sums:

* 40,736 people tested positive, 671 more than yesterday

* 849 people have died, 14 more than yesterday in total

* 3,030 people were hospitalized, 10 more than yesterday

* 623,494 people were tested ++++

A week ago it was 35,710 / 833 / 2,890 / 600,335.

++++ Due to the backlog in state test results mentioned on Saturday, this number remains unchanged.

STATE NUMBERS: See them here.

NATIONAL / WORLDWIDE FIGURES: 59.7 million cases worldwide, 12.5 million of them in the US – other nation-to-nation statistics can be found here.

MOUNTAIN OUTBREAK TAKES MORE LIFE: Providence Mount St. Vincent sent an update on their most recent outbreak, including three other deaths.

GOVERNOR’S BRIEFING: Governor Inslee held a press conference today, reminding people to stay safe while on vacation. He also said vaccinations could start as early as mid-December. You can watch the video here.

DO YOU NEED FOOD BEFORE LEAVING? Three things you should know tomorrow:
West Seattle Food Bank (35. / Morgan), distributes groceries from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Public schools in Seattle – Distribution of the last meal by Monday, 11.15 a.m.-1.15 p.m.
Grocery line for groceries (815 p. 96.) – Distribution of food boxes from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m.

CAN YOU DONATE? The WSFB will still accept turkeys tomorrow. If you can bring one or more – preferably small / medium-sized – with you, stop between 9 a.m. and 2 p.m.

Do you have something to report? [email protected] or 206-293-6302, Text / voice – thank you!