February 22, 2023.Reading time 11 minutes.
An update to Public Health’s COVID-19 Race and Ethnicity dashboard makes the data easier to read and understand, and addresses important questions around racial and ethnic health disparities.
November 16, 2022.Reading time 6 minutes.
A re-designed fatal overdose dashboard shows the tragic toll of drug overdose in King County. Read about the steps to take to prevent fatal overdose.
September 13, 2022.Reading time 9 minutes.
We are excited to share a simplified, more intuitive, and mobile-friendly redesign of our COVID-19 data dashboards.
October 29, 2021.Reading time 8 minutes.
Data on cases, hospitalizations and vaccine coverage focused on youth ages 0-17 in King County is now available. This dashboard helps us look at how cases in youth compare to those of adults over time.
July 28, 2021.Reading time 6 minutes.
Public Health – Seattle & King County created a social and economic risk index in 2020 to help leaders and managers direct resources and prevention efforts to communities with the greatest COVID-19 inequities. Now, that data is available to the public through a new data dashboard and a report with analysis and key takeaways.
The data shows how multiple interconnected structural and systemic factors are associated with COVID-19 disease rates across King County neighborhoods over the course of the pandemic.
February 12, 2021.Reading time 10 minutes.
Public Health has a recently enhanced vaccine data dashboard that shows which populations have received the vaccine so far. The data helps shape Public Health strategies to center equity in how we focus our limited resources. The dashboard also gives the public access to information to hold us accountable to equity principles.