COVID-19 cases declining in Washington state ahead of flu season

According to state health officials, COVID cases have continued to decrease since July. They are now lower than the omicron spike early this year.

OLYMPIA, Wash. — As Washingtonians prepare for all the remaining COVID-19 restrictions to sunset, cases are also declining. 

According to state health officials, COVID cases have continued to decrease since July. They are now lower than the omicron spike early this year.

State Secretary of Health Dr. Umair A. Shah said 7% of hospital beds are now occupied by people with COVID symptoms, down from 11% at the end of August.

When Gov. Jay Inslee’s COVID-19 emergency orders

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