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Clark-Cowlitz Fire Rescue (CCFR) recently partnered with the Southwest Washington Accountable Community of Health (SWACH) to establish a new pilot program in Clark County and Woodland. The Community … more
Last month, Clark Public Utilities allocated $3.294 million to local families impacted by COVID-19. Funds were provided to the utility from Clark County through the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and … more
Gov. Jay Inslee announced a three-week extension of the most recent round of COVID-19 restrictions on businesses on Tuesday, Dec. 8, citing the “alarming” trajectory of positive coronavirus tests … more
Of an additional $70 million in business grants announced recently by Gov. Jay Inslee, $50 million will go toward the third round of the Working Washington Small Business grant programApplications … more
This week, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) issued new quarantine guidelines for people who may have been exposed to someone who has been diagnosed with COVID-19. “Anyone … more
Washington residents have an additional tool to use in efforts to fight COVID-19 activity in the state, as Gov. Jay Inslee announced a new smartphone app intended to alert users of potential disease … more
Clark County saw its number of confirmed COVID-19 cases increase by 222 in an update of data Wednesday, as the county approaches another milestone of cases. Clark County Public Health’s Nov. 25 … more
Those working on the frontlines in hospitals are feeling the pressure of the current wave of COVID-19 in Washington state as leaders in the medical community warn that not adhering to restrictions in … more
As southwest Washington residents make final preparations for the upcoming Thanksgiving holiday, COVID-19 hospitalizations continue to spike in our community. PeaceHealth Columbia Network Chief … more
Clark County’s COVID-19 activity continues to increase, as the latest data released Tuesday shows the recent case rate rose by more than 40 percent from the prior week. Clark County Public … more
Washington state businesses, renters and low-income individuals affected by the COVID-19 pandemic and statewide responses to the disease will see some more relief, as Gov. Jay Inslee announced $135 … more
Leaders of the healthcare industry in Clark County are warning that the local increase of COVID-19 activity could overload hospital capacity unless the trajectory is changed, urging for adherence to … more
Washington state senators representing North County are once again calling for a special legislative session to address the impacts of COVID-19. With Gov. Jay Inslee’s announcement of new … more
Clark Public Utilities is distributing grants of up to $500 to utility customers with outstanding balances on their utility accounts due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Funding for the grants is … more
  The number of confirmed COVID-19 cases in Clark County continues to rise by triple digits every update as Wednesday’s report showed 171 new cases and one death of someone with a confirmed … more
Washington state will have a new leader of its health department by the end of the year as Gov. Jay Inslee announced a replacement for the outgoing health secretary, who says his successor will be … more
Clark County is in a surge of new COVID-19 cases as the latest weekly recent case rate increased by more than 48 percent from last week. Clark County Public Health’s Nov. 17 update added an … more
A number of businesses will have to restrict operations as part of a new set of orders issued by Gov. Jay Inslee intended to stop the “third wave” of COVID-19 in the state. It’s an executive … more
Seven new cases of COVID-19 were confirmed in the Clark County Jail, the Clark County Sheriff’s Office reported Thursday, Nov. 12. The cases reported were in one small housing unit in the main … more
Gov. Jay Inslee joined the governors of Oregon and California Friday morning in issuing a travel advisory recommending residents to stay close to home and limit interstate travel unless … more
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