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Clark County COVID-19 activity rate continues to decrease

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June 9, 2022, 2:15pm Clark County Health

Clark County’s COVID-19 activity rate saw its largest decrease since March this week. Read story

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Clark County schools continue to see decline in COVID-19 cases

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June 8, 2022, 5:58pm Clark County Health

Clark County schools have reported 372 new cases of COVID-19 since last week, a decrease from 448 cases reported the week prior. This marks a second week of noticeable decline in cases after a mini-peak in mid-May. Read story

FILE - In this image provided by the Serum Institute of India, vials of freshly manufactured Novavax COVID-19 vaccines wait to be labeled in 2022, in Pune, India. The more traditional kind of COVID-19 vaccine moved a step closer to the U.S. market Tuesday, June 7, 2022. Advisers to the Food and Drug Administration voted to back shots made by Novavax for U.S. adults. If the FDA ultimately agrees, Novavax's option could become the nation's fourth COVID-19 vaccine.

FDA advisers back Novavax COVID shots as 4th U.S. option

FILE - In this image provided by the Serum Institute of India, vials of freshly manufactured Novavax COVID-19 vaccines wait to be labeled in 2022, in Pune, India. The more traditional kind of COVID-19 vaccine moved a step closer to the U.S. market Tuesday, June 7, 2022. Advisers to the Food and Drug Administration voted to back shots made by Novavax for U.S. adults. If the FDA ultimately agrees, Novavax's option could become the nation's fourth COVID-19 vaccine.

June 7, 2022, 2:35pm Health

American adults who haven’t yet gotten vaccinated against COVID-19 may soon get another choice, as advisers to the Food and Drug Administration on Tuesday backed a more traditional type of shot. Read story

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With 600 COVID hospitalizations and rising, Washington medical leaders worried about another surge

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June 7, 2022, 8:47am Health

The number of COVID-19 hospitalizations is growing more concerning, state hospital leaders said Monday. Read story

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Clark County COVID-19 activity rate decreases for first time since early April

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June 2, 2022, 4:14pm Clark County Health

Clark County’s COVID-19 activity rate decreased this week for the first time since early April. Hospitalizations remain high, however. Read story

COVID-19 cases in Clark County schools on the decline

June 2, 2022, 5:59am Clark County Health

Clark County schools have reported 448 new cases of COVID-19 since last week, a decrease from 631 cases reported the week prior. The month of May saw a notable increase in virus cases, with levels not seen locally since the end of the omicron wave in February. Read story

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Clark County COVID-19 activity rate continues steady rise

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May 26, 2022, 2:29pm Clark County Health

Clark County’s reported COVID-19 activity rate increased this week as disease activity continues to ramp up. Read story

Gov. Jay Inslee, background left, listens as Washington Secretary of Health Dr. Umair Shah speaks to the media during a tour the COVID-19 mass vaccination site at the Clark County Fairgrounds on Thursday morning, January 28, 2021.

Mask up, Washington: Health officials say it’s time to play it safe as COVID cases rise

Gov. Jay Inslee, background left, listens as Washington Secretary of Health Dr. Umair Shah speaks to the media during a tour the COVID-19 mass vaccination site at the Clark County Fairgrounds on Thursday morning, January 28, 2021.

May 26, 2022, 7:22am Clark County Health

With COVID-19’s rise in cases and hospitalizations, Washington state health officials want you to remember your masks. Read story

Gov. Jay Inslee signed House Bill 1812, which makes changes to the state council that evaluates and makes recommendations on allowing new energy projects in the state at the Capitol in Olympia. (Ted S.

Gov. Inslee tests positive for COVID; officials urge masking

Gov. Jay Inslee signed House Bill 1812, which makes changes to the state council that evaluates and makes recommendations on allowing new energy projects in the state at the Capitol in Olympia. (Ted S.

May 25, 2022, 1:59pm Editor's Choice

Washington Gov. Jay Inslee has tested positive for COVID-19, his office said Wednesday, the same day state health officials urged people to wear face mask indoors as case counts steadily rise. Read story

Kindergartners and first-graders at Crestline Elementary School line up on their spot while social distancing before class on Tuesday morning, January 19, 2021.

COVID-19 infections increasing in Clark County schools

Kindergartners and first-graders at Crestline Elementary School line up on their spot while social distancing before class on Tuesday morning, January 19, 2021.

May 25, 2022, 1:53pm Clark County Health

Clark County Schools reported 631 new cases of COVID-19 since last week, an increase from 536 cases reported in the week prior. Case totals are holding firm at higher rates not seen locally since the end of the omicron wave in February. Read story