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Members of the Washington National Guard toss a bag of potatoes as they load a waiting car, Thursday, May 14, 2020, during the free distribution of 200,000 pounds of potatoes provided by the Washington State Potato Commission in Tacoma, Wash. Most of the potatoes were donated by farmers across the state who have not been able to sell to their regular restaurant customers due to the coronavirus pandemic. (AP Photo/Ted S.

Inslee requests extension of National Guard COVID-19 mission

Washington Gov. Jay Inslee is requesting an extension of the state National Guard’s to continue their work on missions related to the coronavirus pandemic.
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Clark County tallies 106 new COVID-19 cases, one new fatality over weekend

Clark County Public Health reported 106 new confirmed COVID-19 cases and one new fatality since Friday.
1 hour ago
Health
A sign for Vancouver Public Schools Administrative Services outside VPS offices.

Clark County school districts face future amid mixed messages

In the midst of increasing pressure from Washington, D.C., to reopen schools in the fall, area officials are rejecting the notion that the federal government will force districts to return…
Clark County News
Madison Riethman, a communicable disease epidemiologist for Clark County Public Health, is pictured at work. She said the pandemic has raised awareness about her profession. "What's interesting about COVID-19 is that it has raised the awareness of epidemiology," Riethman said.

Working in Clark County: Madison Riethman, epidemiologist, Clark County Public Health

The COVID-19 pandemic has put public health front and center in the world’s issues.
Clark County Health

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