Data Summary

Local Yakima Health District (YHD)  Data is 24-48 hours ahead of Department of Health (DOH) data. COVID-19 Data Dashboards are based on DOH data.  


Death data differs between DOH and YHD. YHD reports anyone who tested positive for COVID-19 AND died due to complications related to COVID-19. DOH reports anyone who tested positive for COVID-19 and died. 

COVID-19 Data Dashboard

DATA NOTE: Currently, local numbers are not matching numbers reported by the Washington State Department of Health (DOH). All Dashboards are populated with information from the DOH and as such will not be completely aligned with local numbers. YHD is working on identifying the discrepancy.

Screen shot Yakima County Dashboard


COVID-19 ROADMAP TO RECOVERY DASHBOARD

Washington State launched the Healthy Washington- Roadmap to Recovery using a regional approach for the phased recovery plan.  The Roadmap to Recovery plan uses four metrics to determine movement between phases. For the most current regional metrics visit the Washington State Roadmap to Recovery Dashboard.Phased approach


Case Counts in Yakima County - Updated June 23, 2021 at 5:00 pm

  • Case counts will be updated from Monday to Friday.
  • Saturday and Sunday's numbers will be included in Monday's update. 
  • Deaths are not reported on the weekends. 
Age RangeCase Count PercentageDeceased 
0-195,37717%0
20-296,49621%4
30-395,95319%6
40-494,96116%24
50-594,03113%41
60-692,6018%73
70-791,3514%113
80+8823%167
TOTAL31,652
100%428

Yakima County Cases Per 100,000114 cases*Utilizing YHD internal dataUpdated 6/7/21


Current Status Case Count 
Currently Hospitalized4
Currently Intubated1
Deceased with Underlying Health Conditions 407
Recovered (28+ days since positive COVID-19 diagnosis AND not deceased or hospitalized) Data note: "Recovered" definition updated for accuracy as formula does not track those that are 'currently' hospitalized, but rather subtracts that days hospitalization #s
30,410

 



What counts as an 'Underlying Health Condition' and who is counted in the 'Currently Hospitalized'?

For an explanation from Director of Disease Control Melissa Sixberry and previous Health Officer Dr. Teresa Everson, watch the 11/06/20 COVID-19 Weekly Update here.