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Nov. 30, 2023

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Clark County COVID-19 case, new hospitalization rates rise

No new deaths reported in latest data from Clark County Public Health

By , Columbian Metro Editor

Clark County’s COVID-19 case and new hospitalization rates both increased in the latest data from Clark County Public Health. No new deaths were reported.

Public Health reported 68 new cases since last week, for a total of 113,944 cases to date. The rate of new cases rose to 13.2 per 100,000 people over seven days, up from 11.8 last week.

Deaths attributed to COVID-19 held steady at 1,051 to date.

New hospitalizations rose to two per 100,000 population over seven days, up from 0.8 the previous week, according to Public Health. Public Health reported 7.3 percent of hospital beds and 6 percent of ICU beds were occupied by people with or suspected of having COVID-19.

A total of 32 people with or suspected of having COVID-19 were hospitalized in the latest report.

Overall, Public Health reported that 96.6 percent of all hospital beds and 100 percent of ICU beds were occupied this week.

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