On April 23, our 14-day case rate per 100,000 is 217.3. The 14-day case rate offers the most reliable look at COVID-19 disease burden on Pierce County and it includes a 6-day data lag.
We confirmed 116 new COVID-19 cases and no new deaths.
Our totals are 42,838 cases and 528 deaths.
A new map we added to our metrics page this week shows the percentage of people who have received at least one vaccine dose for each census tract in Pierce County. Learn more about the map.
Find more information on:
- Case counts, hospitalizations, testing and other metrics.
- The state’s Roadmap to Recovery.
- COVID-19 vaccines.
- Childcare and schools.
- Getting a COVID-19 test.
- How to gather with family safely.
Melissa Martin says
I truly hope there is a way for our senior student athletes to have a basketball season and graduation this year not matter what phase we are in. Our seniors have already missed out on so much and mental health is already on the line with these kids. They have had a glimmer of hope and watched the other sports teams be able to compete and have been anxiously awaiting their turn.