Weekly Report: COVID-19 Trends in Yakima County- December 7, 2021
-Note: This report will be updated every Tuesday
Reporte Semanal: Tendencias de COVID-19 en el Condado de Yakima- 30 de noviembre del 2021
-Nota: este reporte estará disponible cada martes
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.
Yakima County COVID-19 Data Update for December 7, 2021
Yakima County COVID-19 Data - Updated December 7, 2021 at 4:08 p.m.
- Local Yakima Health District (YHD) data is 24-48 hours ahead of Department of Health (DOH) data.
- 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 Range||Case Count||Percentage||Deceased|
|Current Status||Case Count|
|Deceased with Underlying Health Conditions||560|
|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|
FAQ on Data
What is a COVID-19 case?
An individual who has tested positive for COVID-19 with a positive molecular COVID-19 test, including PCR.
What is a COVID-19 hospitalization?
An individual with confirmed COVID-19 who have been identified as being hospitalized through case investigation data in WDRS or linkage with with Rapid Health Information Network (RHINO) records.
What is a COVID-19 death?
An individual who tested positive for COVID-19 and died due to complications from COVID-19. This data is ascertained by internal YHD data.
Why does death data differ between YHD and DOH?
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.
What does fully vaccinated mean?
Being fully vaccinated means that an individual is ≥14 days post-completion of the primary series of a COVID-19 vaccine.
What does unvaccinated mean?
Unvaccinated means an individual has not received an approved COVID-19 vaccine, or has not completed a COVID-19 vaccine series.
What is the definition of a breakthrough case?
A breakthrough case is defined as an instance when an individual who is fully vaccinated tests positive for COVID-19 at least 14 days after they have completed their primary COVID-19 vaccine series. Partially vaccinated individuals are not counted as breakthrough cases because they are not fully vaccinated.