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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
Gov. Jay Inslee made a plea to Washingtonians not to gather with others outside of their households for the holiday season, noting that further measures to stop the spread of COVID-19 would be coming … more
Due to the uncertainty around public-gathering regulations and how they will unfold over the next few months, Clark County Public Works has extended the temporary pause on new picnic shelter … more
During its October food collection drive, the Clark Neighbors Food Project (also known as the Green Bag Food Project) surpassed 104,261 pounds of non-perishable food collected since its inception in … more
Confirmed COVID-19 cases in Clark County rose by an average of more than 130 cases daily in the past two days in the latest report, with active cases surpassing 400 as well. Clark County Public … more
Gov. Jay Inslee and his wife Trudi will address the state this evening and provide an update on the COVID-19 pandemic, according to a notice from the governor’s office. The address will take … more
Health officials statewide have a dire warning ahead of the holiday season of the dangers of private gatherings leading to increased spread of COVID-19, saying that new restrictions may be necessary … more
  Clark County saw one of the largest daily increases in confirmed COVID-19 cases it has seen Tuesday as 166 positive tests and four more deaths of individuals with the disease were … more
A new report modeling the spread of COVID-19 in schools shows that diagnostic testing of students and staff might not be as effective when employing phase-in and hybrid learning models to stop … more
Clark County saw a lesser increase in daily confirmed COVID-19 cases Thursday, though an additional death of someone with the disease was reported. Clark County Public Health’s Nov. 5 update … more
The number of confirmed COVID-19 cases continues to climb with county data showing that an increase in testing isn’t necessarily leading to more positive tests. Clark County Public Health’s … more
  Clark County hit another milestone in the number of confirmed COVID-19 cases with the latest daily update which saw another 84 positive tests reported and another death of someone confirmed to … more
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