Reporting issues and data backlogs at the DoH has created uncertainty on the current situation and future trends.
Hospitals remain near capacity while increasing vaccination rates and mask mandates help reduce new COVID cases.
Alaska implements statewide crisis standards of care and hospitalizations increased 10% overnight in Idaho.
Hospitalizations tick upward as the state sets a new record for the number of people on ventilators.
Seven states used up 70% of the nation's monoclonal antibody supply in 7 weeks.
New data points to a new normal as hospitals in Alaska, Idaho, and Montana start to collapse.
New cases in Washington decline for the third day in a row while the rest of the Pacific Northwest struggles.
Cases continue to trend lower in highly vaccinated counties as cases grow in local school districts.
New cases appear to have peaked while the situation in Washington's hospitals continues to deteriorate.
Washington hospitals are having to provide contingency care due to limited resources, but the peak may be here.