Key indicators of COVID-19 activity in King County
Updated daily, Monday - Friday
Update 5-4-21: Washington Governor Jay Inslee announced a two-week pause on the Roadmap to Recovery reopening plan. During this pause, King County will continue to monitor trends in these indicators, but will remain in Phase 3. All counties will be re-evaluated at the end of the two-week period.
This page includes indicators that, along with many other data, are key considerations for reviewing current recommendations, precautions and restrictions to prevent the spread of COVID-19. The indicators help determine if current actions are adequate, need to be strengthened, or might be carefully relaxed.
Update 3-30-21: As recently announced by Governor Inslee, all counties – including King County – moved to Phase 3 of Healthy Washington: Roadmap to Recovery, allowing for more activities to resume.
The Governor’s Office announced that:
- Each county will be evaluated every three weeks using two key metrics
- The first evaluation by the state will be on April 12
- Based on these metrics, counties may remain in Phase 3, revert to Phase 2, or advance to Phase 4
The key indicators below reflect the state’s new metrics as applied to King County. The indicators below also include additional metrics that can help show whether the spread of COVID-19 is getting worse, staying the same, or improving. To ensure you are viewing the latest version posted to this site, please Refresh or Reload on your browser menu.