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COVID-19 Data

Data Dashboard

Current on the website as of Monday, November 28, 2022. Dashboard will be updated each Friday, except for holidays. Data represented is thru Saturday, November 25, 2022.

-- Please note, all data has been updated --

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Confirmed Cases

Current as of Monday, November 28, 2022. Numbers are updated each Friday, except for holidays.

Incarcerated Population COVID-19 Confirmed Cases by Location

Date of last incarcerated individual death: November 26, 2021

A confirmed case is counted at the facility/location where the case was confirmed. After confirmation, an individual may be transported to another correctional facility/location to receive appropriate level of care.

Location Number of New Positive Cases Confirmed
(last 30 days)
Number Confirmed Cases Number of Deaths
(also counted in Confirmed Cases)
Prisons
Airway Heights Corrections Center[1][2] 5 3,198 4
Clallam Bay Corrections Center 1 426 1
Cedar Creek Corrections Center 0 267 0
Coyote Ridge Corrections Center 4 1,600 5
Larch Corrections Center 0 454 0
Mission Creek Corrections Center for Women 0 67 0
Monroe Correctional Complex 25 1,886 0
Olympic Corrections Center 0 148 0
Stafford Creek Corrections Center 5 2,417 5
Washington Corrections Center 0 2,795 0
Washington Corrections Center for Women 0 452 0
Washington State Penitentiary 3 2,161 2
Reentry Center
Ahtanum View Reentry Center 1 32 0
Bellingham Reentry Center 0 32 0
Bishop Lewis Reentry Center 0 54 0
Brownstone Reentry Center 0 37 0
Eleanor Chase House Reentry Center 0 12 0
Helen B. Ratcliff Reentry Center 0 8 0
Longview Reentry Center 1 5 0
Olympia Reentry Center 0 8 0
Peninsula Reentry Center 0 18 0
Progress House Reentry Center 0 60 0
Reynolds Reentry Center 0 50 0
Tri-Cities Reentry Center 0 11 0
Other
Community Medical Center 0 2 0
Community Work Crew 0 2 0

Incarcerated Population COVID-19 Confirmed Case Totals

Confirmed Cases Active Cases Recovered Cases Deaths[3][4]
16,202 10 16,173 18

Staff COVID-19 Confirmed Cases

Date of last staff death: November 26, 2021

Staff includes department employees and contracted staff. All staff confirmed cases are self-reported.

Location Number Confirmed Cases Number of Deaths
Business & Training Offices
Olympia Area Offices 234 0
Mill Creek Regional Performance Center (Walla Walla, WA) 23 0
Captain Jimmie Evans Regional Performance Center (Monroe, WA) 4 0
Southwest Region Performance Center (Lacey, WA) 23 0
Prisons
Airway Heights Corrections Center 712 0
Clallam Bay Corrections Center 264 0
Cedar Creek Corrections Center 103 0
Coyote Ridge Corrections Center 719 0
Larch Corrections Center 103 0
Mission Creek Corrections Center for Women 67 0
Monroe Correctional Complex 745 1
Olympic Corrections Center 82 0
Stafford Creek Corrections Center 458 3
Washington Corrections Center 575 0
Washington Corrections Center for Women 356 0
Washington State Penitentiary 891 0
Reentry Center
Ahtanum View Reentry Center 30 0
Bellingham Reentry Center 7 0
Bishop Lewis Reentry Center 18 0
Brownstone Reentry Center 16 0
Eleanor Chase House Reentry Center 17 0
Helen B. Ratcliff Reentry Center 6 0
Longview Reentry Center 19 0
Olympia Reentry Center 10 0
Peninsula Reentry Center 18 0
Progress House Reentry Center 14 0
Reynolds Reentry Center 17 0
Tri-Cities Reentry Center 16 0
Community Corrections
(See Community Facilities Map (pdf) for section designations)
Community Corrections Section 1 70 0
Community Corrections Section 2 80 0
Community Corrections Section 3 55 0
Community Corrections Section 4 71 0
Community Corrections Section 5 86 0
Community Corrections Section 6 79 0
Community Corrections Section 7 48 0
Other
Community Medical Center 0 0
Totals
All Locations 6,036 4

Demographics

The below tables represent the demographic information for confirmed cases of COVID-19 in the incarcerated population. See the Agency Fact Card (pdf) for more information about the demographics of the total incarcerated population. Other statistical reports are available at Data Analytics page.

Current as of Wednesday, November 23, 2022. Numbers are updated each Friday, except for holidays.

Age of Confirmed COVID-19 Cases in the Incarcerated Population

Age Range Number of Individuals Percentage of
Confirmed Cases
Percentage of Total
Incarcerated in Age Range
Under 22 244 1.51% 2.6%
22-25 1,111 6.86% 6.0%
26-30 2,204 13.60% 13.7%
31-35 2,822 17.42% 17.5%
36-40 2,624 16.20% 16.2%
41-45 2,059 12.71% 11.6%
46-50 1,544 9.53% 9.3%
51-55 1,294 7.99% 7.8%
56-60 953 5.88% 5.7%
61-65 669 4.13% 3.6%
66-70 343 2.12% 1.8%
Over 70 334 2.06% 1.7%

Race of Confirmed COVID-19 Cases in the Incarcerated Population

Race Number of Individuals Percentage of
Confirmed Cases
Percentage of Total
Incarcerated by Race
White 11,472 70.85% 68.0%
Black 2,779 17.16% 17.8%
American Indian/Alaska Native 942 5.82% 5.9%
Asian/Pacific Islander 649 4.01% 4.3%
Other 208 1.28% 1.6%
Unknown 142 0.88% 0.8%

Race of COVID-19 Deaths in the Incarcerated Population

Race Number of Individuals Percentage of
Deaths
Percentage of Total
Incarcerated by Race
White 11 61.11% 68.0%
Black 3 16.67% 17.8%
American Indian/Alaska Native 1 6.0% 5.9%
Asian/Pacific Islander 1 5.56% 4.3%
Other 2 11.11% 1.6%
Unknown 0 0.0% 0.8%

Ethnicity of Confirmed COVID-19 Cases in the Incarcerated Population

Hispanic Origin Number of Individuals Percentage of
Confirmed Cases
Percentage of Total
Incarcerated by Hispanic Origin
No 13,665 84.39% 85.4%
Yes 2,527 15.61% 14.6%

Regional Care Facilities

The Washington Department of Corrections (DOC) is taking deliberate steps to continue to mitigate the spread of infection to the incarcerated population, staff and general public.

Suitable locations, referred to as a Regional Care Facility (RCF), were previously identified by department leaders and key stakeholders, including local facility subject matter experts. These RCF’s would safely and comfortably house incarcerated individuals who have tested positive for COVID-19 and may require more comprehensive medical attention and physical isolation from healthy populations, but do not require hospitalization. Should an infected individual’s medical conditions or needs become severe, the department and agency medical personnel will work collaboratively with hospital partners to provide the necessary medical care.

(Current as of Monday, November 28, 2022. Numbers are updated each Friday, except for holidays).

Incarcerated individuals from the Confirmed Cases chart are transported, when necessary, to one of the regional care facilities listed below.

Regional Care Facility Incarcerated Individuals Housed
Airway Heights Corrections Center 0
Washington Corrections Center (Shelton) 0
Washington Corrections Center for Women (Gig Harbor) 0

Isolation

Current as of Monday, November 28, 2022. Numbers are updated each Friday, except for holidays.

Isolation Among Incarcerated Population

Isolation: separating a symptomatic patient with a concern for a communicable disease from other patients.

Federal isolation currently applies to the following diseases: cholera; diphtheria; infectious tuberculosis; plague; smallpox; yellow fever; viral hemorrhagic fevers; influenza caused by new or re-emergent flu viruses that are causing, or have the potential to cause, a pandemic; and severe acute respiratory syndromes (which may include COVID-19).

Incarcerated Individuals in Isolation
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Testing Among Incarcerated Population

Because of the variety of ways testing occurs, consistently and accurately reporting testing numbers can be challenging. Given the more robust availability of testing in the community and within our state’s correctional facilities, the Department is working to determine the best way to share accurate numbers regarding the testing of incarcerated individuals and the previously displayed testing data has been removed.

Testing of the incarcerated population is conducted per the department’s COVID-19 Screening, Testing, and Infection Control Guideline (pdf). Incarcerated individuals are tested if they are identified during contact tracing, self-identify symptoms and/or if they are identified as being symptomatic. Individuals who test positive for COVID-19 are then appropriately placed on quarantine status or in medical isolation, per the department’s COVID-19 Screening, Testing, and Infection Control Guideline (pdf), depending on whether they are symptomatic or asymptomatic and are kept separate from healthy individuals.

Notes & References

  • Subscript [1] 14 cases added to Airway Heights Corrections Center (AHCC) on 11/30/2020 were found to be added in error. The cases were removed from AHCC's confirmed cases total on 12/3/2020.
  • Subscript [2] On June 18, 2021, the number of Airway Heights Corrections Center COVID-19 related deaths was adjusted from 5 individuals to 4 individuals based on updated death certificate information.
  • Subscript [3] On June 18, 2021, the number of total COVID-19 related deaths was adjusted from 14 individuals to 13 individuals based on updated death certificate information.
  • Subscript [4] Incarcerated deaths caused by or with COVID-19 as a contributing factor are confirmed after Health Services receives death certificate information from the medical examiner.