Seattle-Tacoma International Airport COVID-19 Testing Tracker
The Port of Seattle documents when an employee or airport tenant in a public-facing role tests positive for COVID-19. We define a public-facing role as an employee who primarily interacts with members of the public for at least 15 minutes during their shift. We also track when we are made aware of an airline passenger who tests positive for COVID-19.
All employers, including the Port and its tenants, must report COVID-19 positive test results to King County Health officials and investigate for any indication of workplace spread. Areas are always deep cleaned prior to reopening.
|Jan. to March 2020||April to June 2020||July to Sept. 2020||Oct. to Dec. 2020||Jan. to Mar. 2021||April to June 2021|
|Port of Seattle Airport Employee||1||3||3||5||4|
|Terminal Employee (Dining, Retail, Janitorial, TSA, Airline)||0||3||25||45||17||4|
|Ground Transportation Employee (Rental Car, Taxi, Hotel Shuttle)||0||0||13||0||0|
|Passenger (Any Airline)||0||0||3||68||78||34|
Data is based on cases reported to the Port of Seattle Health and Safety Department. It is possible that not all cases, such as among passengers, are reported to the Port. This data only includes Port of Seattle employees reporting to Port facility worksites and working in public-facing roles that is reported to the Port.
- Learn about the Port's overall COVID-19 response and the airport’s action plan, FlyHealthy@SEA
- Read COVID-19 FAQs at SEA Airport
- Learn about actions by dining and retail tenants and the Transportation Security Agency (TSA) to protect passengers and employees
- Explore a weekly dashboard of airport traffic
SEA does not manage flight schedules or air traffic. Please contact your airline for questions about your flight.