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Snohomish County breaks a record

Case rate slightly higher than in March

 

Last updated 11/4/2020 at 10:04am

Courtesy of Snohomish Health District

As communities congregate to drop off ballots and make plans for the holidays, officials warn of rising case counts. The goal of preventing further spread of COVID-19 is to protect vulnerable populations, but also to avoid over-burdening hospitals, which could lead to understaffing for all acute care, including heart attacks and car wrecks.

Over the weekend, Snohomish County saw its single highest one-day total of new reported cases – 141. The Health District is receiving reports of between 50 and 100-plus cases each day.

Officials recommend wearing masks with all social or public interactions including grocery store visits, appointments. But also getting together at a friend's house, carpooling, lunch breaks with a coworker, and any other face to face contact.

The recommendation is to avoid letting down one's guard, unless at home with household members.

Learn more at http://www.snohd.org/covid.


 

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