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Washington state reports 777 new COVID-19 cases



The Washington State Department of Health on Saturday reported 777 newly confirmed cases of COVID-19. The department no longer reports deaths over the weekend.

Pierce County reported 91 new cases and one death on Saturday. Pierce County has a total of 184 possible deaths caused by COVID-19 as of Saturday, according to the Tacoma-Pierce County Health Department.

The total statewide disease caused by coronavirus was 97,671 cases and 2,239 deaths, up from 96,894 cases on Friday.

King County continues to have the highest number in Washington, with 24,985 cases and 793 deaths. Yakima County was second, with 1

1,695 cases and 267 deaths. Pierce was third with 9,163 cases.

All counties in Washington have cases.

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Jon Manley covers high school sports for The News Tribune. A McClatchy Presidential Award winner and a graduate of Gonzaga University, Manley has been in the sporting scene at South Sound since 2013. Born and raised in Tacoma.




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