Washington COVID-19 deaths reach 652, cases top 12,000

SEATTLE (AP) — The Washington state Department of Heath reports the number of COVID-19 cases has topped 12,000 while the total number of deaths across the state has reached 652. The agency on Monday reported nearly 300 newly-confirmed cases and 18 additional deaths from the disease. Public Health – Seattle & King County on Monday announced 112 confirmed cases of COVID-19 among people living homeless or working in homeless services sites, including two deaths. In addition, officials say a man who was staying at King County’s Kent isolation and quarantine facility has died. Meantime, the Seattle Times reports Washington Attorney General Bob Ferguson is suing a property-management company for allegedly violating the coronavirus-related emergency moratorium on evictions.

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