COVID-19. (Image courtesy CDC)

COVID-19. (Image courtesy CDC)

COVID-19 cases and deaths in King County cities

Numbers as of July 23, 2020.

As of July 23, the state Department of Health had logged a cumulative total of 50,009 confirmed COVID-19 cases since the pandemic began in January, with 1,482 deaths.

In King County, there have been 13,659 cases so far and 635 deaths, according to Public Health – Seattle & King County. Below is the number of COVID-19 cases and deaths for several cities/communities in King County as of July 23. The top 5 cities with the highest number of positive cases (outside of Seattle) are Kent, Federal Way, Auburn, Renton and Bellevue. The top 5 cities with the highest number of COVID-related deaths (outside of Seattle) are Kirkland, Shoreline, Redmond, Kent and Bellevue.

Algona: 56 cases, 1 death

Auburn: 755 cases, 17 deaths

Bellevue: 614 cases, 37 deaths

Black Diamond: 14 cases, 1 death

Bothell: 108 cases, 12 deaths

Burien: 465 cases, 13 deaths

Carnation: 1 case, zero deaths

Covington: 125 cases, 3 deaths

Des Moines: 285 cases, 3 deaths

Duvall: 26 cases, zero deaths

East Renton Highlands: 46 cases, 2 deaths

Enumclaw: 89 cases, 22 deaths

Fairwood: 85 cases, 5 deaths

Fall City: 5 cases, zero deaths

Federal Way: 905 cases, 10 deaths

Issaquah: 221 cases, 36 deaths

Kenmore: 104 cases, 8 deaths

Kent: 1,273 cases, 47 deaths

Kirkland: 486 cases, 58 deaths

Lakeland North: 112 cases, 3 deaths

Lakeland South: 89 cases, 1 death

Maple Valley: 99 cases, 2 deaths

Mercer Island: 134 cases, 4 deaths

Milton: 3 cases, 1 death

Newcastle: 33 cases, 2 deaths

North Bend: 15 cases, zero deaths

Pacific: 59 cases, 2 deaths

Ravensdale: 11 cases, zero deaths

Redmond: 268 cases, 49 deaths

Renton: 745 cases, 34 deaths

Sammamish: 155 cases, 4 deaths

SeaTac: 379 cases, 8 deaths

Seattle: 3,660 cases, 139 deaths

Shoreline: 447 cases, 58 deaths

Snoqualmie: 31 cases, zero deaths

Tukwila: 263 cases, 2 deaths

Vashon: 7 cases, zero deaths

White Center: 204 cases, 3 deaths

Woodinville: 57 cases, 1 death


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