Coronavirus in Spokane: Closures, Cancellations Amid Coronavirus Pandemic


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As the Coronavirus (also known as COVID-19) continues to spread across the United States, many Spokane residents are experiencing a new reality as many sporting events/concerts have been postponed and schools have closed.

According to the Spokane County Emergency Management, there are 311 cases of COVID-19 with 18 deaths in Spokane County as of Wednesday, April 22.

Statewide, there are nearly 12,282 confirmed cases and 682 reported deaths.

At the writing of this article, more than 840,625 cases have been confirmed so far in the United States, with the death toll in the U.S. climbing to 46,996.

Below is your coronavirus update for Spokane:

Washington Reopening Strategy

Washington Reopening Strategy

Gov. Jay Inslee Extends Stay Home, Stay Healthy Order

Gov. Jay Inslee Extends Stay Home, Stay Healthy Order

Washington Schools Ordered Closed for the Remainder of the School Year

Washington Schools Ordered Closed for the Remainder of the School Year

#InlandStrong: Local Leaders Expand 'Stay Home, Stay Healthy' Order

#InlandStrong: Local Leaders Expand 'Stay Home, Stay Healthy' Order

Idaho Joins Washington with 'Stay at Home' Order

Idaho Joins Washington with 'Stay at Home' Order

State of Washington Unveils Coronvirus Website

State of Washington Unveils Coronvirus Website

Local Spokane Restaurant To-Go Options During Social Distancing

Local Spokane Restaurant To-Go Options During Social Distancing

Hoopfest Postponed

Hoopfest Postponed

Lilac Festival Armed Forces Torchlight Parade postponed until Summer

Lilac Festival Armed Forces Torchlight Parade postponed until Summer

Bloomsday Postponed Until September

Bloomsday Postponed Until September

Website Helps Separate Coronavirus Fact From Fiction

Website Helps Separate Coronavirus Fact From Fiction

Gov. Jay Inslee introduces measures to help coronavirus economic impact

Gov. Jay Inslee introduces measures to help coronavirus economic impact