SEATTLE — There are at least 189 deaths from coronavirus in Washington state, according to the Washington State Department of Health, as of 4:30 p.m, Saturday, March 28.

Overall, there are at least 4,310 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Washington, which includes the number of deaths. The number of confirmed cases represents 7% of the overall tests conducted in Washington state. 

The health department also announced that there are 54,896 tests that came back negative. That represents 93% of the overall coronavirus tests in Washington state. 

King County has the most deaths in Washington state at 136 out of 2,077 overall cases in the county. 

Scroll down for more details on the deaths and cases.

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According to King County, 37 of the deaths reported are linked to a coronavirus outbreak at Kirkland's Life Care Center nursing home

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King County deaths: 136

King County has at least 2,077 total cases. King County confirmed that 37 of the deaths in the county are linked to an outbreak at Life Care Center nursing home in Kirkland. Scroll below for details on the known deaths in King County.

Click here for the latest from the King County Public Health Department.

Snohomish County deaths: 23

The Snohomish County Public Health Department reports a total of 912 confirmed cases.

Click here for the latest from the Snohomish County Public Health Department.

Pierce County deaths: 5

Pierce County has 282 confirmed cases. Click here for the latest information from the Tacoma-Pierce County Health Department. 

Benton County deaths: 5

There are 56 total cases in Benton County. Click here for the latest information from the Benton-Franklin Health District.

Chelan County deaths: 1

There are 13 total cases in Chelan County. Click here for the latest information from the Chelan County Health Department.

Clark County deaths: 6

There are 82 total cases in Clark County. Click here for the latest information from the Clark County Health Department.

Grant County deaths: 1

There are 44 confirmed cases in Grant County.  Click here for the latest information from the Grant County Health District.

Island County deaths: 1 

There are 92 confirmed cases in Island County. Click here for the latest information from Island County Health.

Skagit County deaths: 3

There are 97 confirmed cases in Skagit county. Click here for more information from the Skagit County Health Department.

Whatcom County deaths: 4

There are 102 confirmed cases in Whatcom County.  Click here for more information from the Whatcom County Health Department. 

Yakima County deaths: 2

There are 100 confirmed cases in Yakima County. Click here for more information on the cases from the Yakima Health District.

Spokane County deaths: 2

There are 108 confirmed cases in Spokane County. Click here for the latest information from the Spokane County Health Department.

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Adams County cases: 5

No deaths have been reported in Adams County. Click here for the latest information from the Adams County Health Department.

Clallam County cases: 5

No deaths have been reported in Clallam County. Click here for the latest information from Clallam County Public Health Services.

Columbia County cases: 1

No deaths have been reported in Columbia County. Click here to learn more from the Columbia County Health District.

Cowlitz County cases: 10

No deaths have been reported in Cowlitz County. Click here to learn more from Cowlitz County Health and Human Services.

Douglas County cases: 5

No deaths have been reported in Douglas County. Click here to learn more from the Douglas County Health District. 

Ferry County cases: 1

No deaths have been reported in Ferry County. Click here to learn more from the Ferry County Health District. 

Franklin County cases: 16

No deaths have been reported in Franklin County. Click here to learn more from the Franklin County Health District. 

Grays Harbor County cases: 1

No deaths have been reported in Grays Harbor County. Click here for the latest information from Grays Harbor Health officials.

Jefferson County cases: 13

No deaths have been reported in Jefferson County.  Click here for the latest information from the Jefferson County Health District.

Kitsap County cases: 49

There are 49 confirmed cases in Kitsap County. Previously, there was one reported death in the county, but the Washington Department of Health confirmed March 28 that that death was assigned to a different county. Click here for the latest information from the Kitsap County Health Department.

Kittitas County cases: 8

No deaths have been reported in Kittitas County. The first two cases were close contacts.  Click here for the latest information from the Kittitas County Public Health Department.

Klickitat County cases: 7

No deaths have been reported in Klickitat County. Click here for the latest information from the Klickitat County Public Health Department.

Lewis County cases: 7

No deaths have been reported in Lewis County. Click here for more information from the Lincoln County Health Department.

Lincoln County cases: 1

No deaths have been reported in Lincoln County. Click here for more information from the Lincoln County Health Department.

Mason County cases: 2

No deaths have been reported in Mason County. Click here for more information from Mason County Public Health.

Okanogan County cases: 3

No deaths have been reported in Okanogan County. Click here for more information from the Okanogan County Health Department. 

San Juan County cases: 4

No deaths have been reported in San Juan County. Click here for more information from the San Juan County Health Department. 

Stevens County cases: 3

No deaths have been reported in Stevens County. Click here for more information from the Stevens County Health Department.

Thurston County cases: 33

No deaths have been reported in Thurston County. Click here for the latest information from the Thurston County Public Health Department.

Walla Walla County cases: 4

No deaths have been reported in Walla Walla County.

Whitman County cases: 6

No deaths have been reported in Whitman County. Click here for more information from the Whitman County Public Health.

Unassigned counties: 160

The state reports of the total cases and deaths, these have not been assigned to a county. When there are new cases of coronavirus, labs assign those cases to a county, The counties and the Department of Health will then determine the appropriate county of jurisdiction, leaving them "unassigned" when first reported. 

Known details on King County deaths: 136

  • A man in his 50s who was admitted to Harborview Medical Center in Seattle on Feb. 24 and died Feb. 26 tested positive for coronavirus, a hospital spokesperson confirmed Tuesday. The patient had underlying medical conditions and had been transferred from Life Care Center in Kirkland. This is now the first person in the country to die of coronavirus.
  • A woman in her 80s who was a resident of Life Care died at her family home on Feb. 26. She was never hospitalized.
  • A man in his 50s was a patient at EvergreenHealth Medical Center in Kirkland. He had underlying health conditions, Duchin said. The man had no history of travel outside of the U.S. or known contact with anyone who had COVID-19. This man was originally the first reported person to die of coronavirus.
  • A man in his 70s was hospitalized at EvergreenHealth. He had underlying health conditions and died on Feb. 29.
  • A man in his 70s was hospitalized at EvergreenHealth. The man had underlying health conditions and died on March 1.
  • A woman in her 70s was hospitalized at EvergreenHealth. The woman had underlying health conditions and died on March 1.
  • A woman in her 80s was hospitalized at EvergreenHealth in critical condition. She had underlying health conditions and died on March 1.
  • A woman in her 70s who was a resident of Life Care Center in Kirkland died on March 2.
  • A woman in her 90s, resident of Life Care Center, hospitalized at EvergreenHealth and died on March 3.
  • A woman in her 90s, resident of Life Care Center, and was hospitalized at EvergreenHealth. She had underlying health conditions and died on March 3.
  • A man in his 60s. He was not a resident of Life Care Center, but was a visitor. He died on March 5.
  • A man in his 70s, a Life Care Center resident, was hospitalized at EvergreenHealth, and who died on March 2.
  • A woman in her 80s, a Life Care Center resident, was hospitalized at Harborview Medical Center, and who died on March 5.
  • A woman in her 70s, a Life Care Center resident, was hospitalized at EvergreenHealth, and who died on March 6.
  • A woman in her 80s, a Life Care Center resident, was hospitalized at EvergreenHealth, and who died on March 6. 
  • A woman in her 80s, a Life Care Center resident, was hospitalized at EvergreenHealth, and who died on March 6. 
  • A man in his 90s, a Life Care Center resident, was hospitalized at Harborview Medical Center, and who died on March 5. 
  • A woman in her 80s, a Life Care Center resident, was hospitalized at EvergreenHealth, and died on March 4.
  • A woman in her 90s, a Life Care Center resident, was hospitalized at Harborview Medical Center, and died on March 8.
  • A woman in her 70s, a Life Care Center resident, who was hospitalized at EvergreenHealth, and who died on March 8.
  • A woman in her 80s, a resident of Issaquah Nursing and Rehabilitation Center, was hospitalized at Swedish Issaquah, and died on March 8. 
  • A male in his 80s, a resident of Ida Culver House, was hospitalized at University of Washington Medical Center, and died on March 9. 
  • A woman in her 90s, Life Care Center resident, died on March 3.
  • A man in his 90s, Life Care Center resident, hospitalized at EvergreenHealth, died on March 5.
  • A woman in her 60s, Life Care Center resident, hospitalized at EvergreenHealth, died on March 9.
  • A woman in her 90s, a resident of Redmond Care and Rehab, hospitalized at EvergreenHealth, died on March 10. 
  • A man in his 80s died at EvergreenHealth on 3/11/20.
  • A woman in her 90s, a resident of Life Care Center, who died on 3/6.
  • A woman in her 90s, a resident of Life Care Center, who died on 3/6
  • A woman in her 80s, a resident of Life Care Center, who died on 3/4.
  • A man in his 70s, who died at Overlake Medical Center on 3/9.
  • A man in his 80s, who died at Swedish Issaquah on 3/11.
  • A woman in her 70s, who died at Swedish First Hill on 3/12.
  • A man in his 80s, a resident of Life Care Center, hospitalized at EvergreenHealth, who died on 3/12.
  • A man in his 80s, a resident of Life Care Center, who died at Overlake Medical Center on 3/8.
  • A woman in her 60s, a Life Care Center resident, who died at Franciscan Medical on 3/14
  • A woman in her 70s, a Life Care Center resident, who died on 3/12
  • A man in his 80s, who died on 3/15
  • A woman in her 70s, who died on 3/15
  • A man in his 80s, who died on 3/11
  • A woman in her 50s, who died 3/8 at Harborview Medical Center
  • A woman in her 70s, who died on 3/14 at Northwest Hospital
  • A woman her 90s, a resident of Redmond Care & Rehab, who died on 3/12
  •  woman in her 90s, who died at Life Care Center on 3/6
  • A woman in her 60s, who died at Life Care on 3/16
  • A man ins 90s, who died at Life Care on 3/17
  • A man in his 70s, who died at Life Care on 3/17
  • A man in his 80s, who died at Life Care on 2/28
  • A man in his 90s, who died on 3/15
  • A woman in her 70s, who died at Overlake Medical Center on 3/16
  • A man in his 70s, who died at UW Medical Center on 3/17
  • A man in his 60s, who died at Harborview Medical Center on 3/16
  • A man in his 70s, who died on 3/16
  • A man in his 60s, who died on 3/18
  • A woman in her 80s, who died on 3/14
  • A woman in her 90s, who died on 3/17 at Overlake Medical Center
  • A woman in her 70s, who died on 3/17 at Overlake Medical Center
  • A man in his 80s, who died on 3/19
  • A woman in her 90s, who died on 3/17
  • A man in his 70s, who died on 3/18
  • A woman in her 80s. who died on 3/18
  • A woman in her 70s, whose date of death has not been confirmed
  • A man in his 70s, who died on 3/19 at Valley Medical Center
  • A woman in her 60s, who died on 3/19 at Harborview Medical Center
  • A woman in her 80s, who died on 3/19
  • A woman in her 100s, who on died 3/15
  • A man in his 80s, who died on 3/20 at Swedish Ballard
  • A woman in her 70s, who died on 3/20 at Northwest Hospital
  • A man in his 70s, who died on 3/20 at Northwest Hospital
  • A woman in her 70s, who died on 3/20 at Highline Medical Center
  • A man in his 60s, who died on 3/20 at Swedish Issaquah
  • A man in his 80s, who died on 3/20 at Valley Medical Center
  • A man in his 80s, who died on 3/13 at Overlake Medical Center
  •  woman in his 70s, who died on 3/21
  • A man in his 70s, who died on 3/21 at EvergreenHealth
  • A man in his 80s who died on 3/22 at EvergreenHealth
  • A man in his 80s, who died on 3/22 at Swedish Issaquah
  • A woman in her 70s, who died on 3/22
  • A woman in her 90s. who died on 3/22
  • A man in his 70s, who died on 3/22
  • A woman in her 90s, who died on 3/22
  • A woman in her 60s, who died on 3/22 at Swedish Cherry Hill
  • A man in his 60s, who died on 3/21 at Swedish Cherry Hill
  • A man in his 60s who died on 3/22 at University of Washington Medical Center
  • A man in his 60s who died on 3/22 at Virginia Mason

Of the 87 deaths reported, 37 are confirmed to be associated with Life Care Center of Kirkland. King County is no longer reporting specific information for each individual death, but more information can be found on their website. 

Known details on Snohomish County deaths: 23

  • Man in his 70s, died 3/26/20
  • Man in his 40s with underlying health conditions, died 3/26/20
  • Man in his 70s with underlying health conditions, died 3/25/20
  • Man in his 70s with underlying health conditions, died 3/24/20
  • Woman in her 80s with underlying health conditions, died 3/21/20
  • Man in his 80s with underlying health conditions, connected to Josephine Caring Community
  • Woman in her 70s with underlying health conditions, connected to Josephine Caring Community, died 3/24/20
  • Woman in her 80s, died 3/23/20
  • Woman in her 60s with underlying health conditions, died 3/23/20
  • Man in his 80s with underlying health conditions, died 3/22/20
  • Man in his 80s with underlying health conditions, died 3/22/20
  • Man in his 60s with underlying health conditions, died 3/19/20
  • Man in his 80s with underlying health conditions, died 3/20/20
  • Woman in her 80s with underlying health conditions, died 3/20/20
  • Man in his 70s with underlying health conditions, connected to Sunrise View Assisted Living, died 3/20/20
  • Woman in her 90s with underlying health conditions, connected to Josephine Caring Community, died 3/19/20
  • Woman in her 90s with underlying health conditions, was hospitalized in Snohomish County, died 3/18/20
  • Woman in her 50s with underlying health conditions, died 3/16/20
  • Woman in her 40s with underlying health conditions, was hospitalized in Snohomish County, died 3/16/20
  • Woman in her 70s with underlying health conditions, was hospitalized in King County, died 3/11/20
  • Woman in her 80s with underlying health conditions, was hospitalized in Snohomish County, died 3/10/20
  • Man in his 80s with underlying health conditions, was hospitalized in Snohomish County, died 3/9/20, connected to Josephine Caring Community 
  • Man in his 40s with underlying health conditions, was hospitalized in King County (first COVID-19 related death of Snohomish County resident)

Known details on Pierce County deaths: 5

Pierce County has not released any information about the people  who died.

Known details on Benton County deaths: 5

No patient information was made available.

Known details on Clark County deaths: 6

  • A man in his 80s was previously hospitalized and had no known contact with a confirmed case.
  • The two deaths in Clark County were a husband and wife in their 80s who died March 16. They were hospitalized at PeaceHealth Southwest Medical Center.
  • A man in his 70s was the first confirmed COVID-19 case in Clark County. He did not have any recent travel or known contact with a confirmed case.

    He had been hospitalized at Oregon Health & Science University in Portland.

Known details on Grant County deaths: 1

No patient information was made available.

Known details on Island County deaths: 1 

  • The COVID-19 related death was an individual in her early 90’s. She had underlying health conditions and passed away at home. Island County shared this information on March 19.

Known details on Skagit County deaths: 3 

  • Skagit County has not released any information about the person who died.

Known details on Whatcom County deaths: 4

  • A man in his 60s who was receiving treatment at PeaceHealth St. Joseph Medical Center. He died on 3/19.
  • A man in his 80s who was tested before he passed away at his home on March 20. His test results came back positive Saturday, March 21.
  • A woman in her 90s, was a resident at Shuksan Healthcare Center. She passed away at the facility on March 25. 
  • A man in his 90s, was previously a resident at Summit Place Assisted Living, also in Bellingham. He died while in hospital being treated for COVID-19.

Known details on Yakima County deaths: 2

  • Yakima County has not released any information about the people who died.

Known details on Spokane County deaths: 2

Spokane County has not released any information on the individuals who died.

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What are coronavirus symptoms?

The symptoms of coronavirus are similar to the flu or colds. Symptoms include a fever, cough, and shortness of breath or difficulty breathing, according to the Washington State Department of Health.

The severity of symptoms ranges significantly. Some cases are very mild with symptoms similar to the common cold, and some cases are more like severe pneumonia that require hospitalization.

Most deaths have been reported in older adults who had other health conditions, according to DOH.

Symptoms may appear as soon as two days after being exposed to the coronavirus or as long as 14 days.

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