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Jordan Tran of CVS Pharmacy prepares a COVID-19 vaccine for staff at Touchmark at Fairway Village in Vancouver.

Early signs suggest WA could see a late-summer COVID wave

Jordan Tran of CVS Pharmacy prepares a COVID-19 vaccine for staff at Touchmark at Fairway Village in Vancouver.

August 10, 2023, 7:40am Health

Some signs of a late-summer COVID-19 wave are beginning to emerge in Washington after months of low transmission levels. But researchers and public health officials aren’t too worried yet. Read story

FILE - People leave a testing and vaccination clinic for COVID-19, March 30, 2022, in Long Beach, Calif. While many Americans are trying to move on with their lives after two years of the coronavirus pandemic, U.S. health officials are only beginning to decide on a strategy for using the COVID-19 vaccines to stay ahead of the outbreak. A panel of vaccine experts is meeting Wednesday, April 6, 2022 to discuss key questions for future COVID-19 booster campaigns, including how often the shots should be updated against new viral strains and who should get them.

Washington health experts agree COVID-19 isn’t going anywhere

FILE - People leave a testing and vaccination clinic for COVID-19, March 30, 2022, in Long Beach, Calif. While many Americans are trying to move on with their lives after two years of the coronavirus pandemic, U.S. health officials are only beginning to decide on a strategy for using the COVID-19 vaccines to stay ahead of the outbreak. A panel of vaccine experts is meeting Wednesday, April 6, 2022 to discuss key questions for future COVID-19 booster campaigns, including how often the shots should be updated against new viral strains and who should get them.

July 24, 2023, 6:02am Clark County Health

With summer travel in full swing, new vaccines anticipated by fall and a much improved understanding of COVID-19, health experts in Washington agree that while the pandemic may not be over, the community is in a much better situation when it comes to the virus. Read story

Sadie Armijo, Director of State Audit and Special Investigations at the Washington State Auditor's office, poses for a portrait in her office in Olympia, Washington, March 2, 2022.

Washington auditors flag $1.2B in federal aid over incomplete records

Sadie Armijo, Director of State Audit and Special Investigations at the Washington State Auditor's office, poses for a portrait in her office in Olympia, Washington, March 2, 2022.

July 11, 2023, 2:15pm Latest News

Insufficient documentation and tracking of federal dollars — mostly pandemic aid — resulted in nearly $1.2 billion in spending across Washington agencies that fell short of federal rules in fiscal year 2022, according to a new state auditors’ report. Read story

Clark County COVID-19 case, new hospitalization rates rise

June 15, 2023, 1:40pm Clark County Health

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. Read story

Washington Gov. Jay Inslee arrives at the University of Washington's Hans Rosling Center for Population Health ahead of signing several bills April 27 in Seattle.

Washington faces spate of lawsuits from workers fired for refusing COVID vaccines

Washington Gov. Jay Inslee arrives at the University of Washington's Hans Rosling Center for Population Health ahead of signing several bills April 27 in Seattle.

June 11, 2023, 6:02am Latest News

Gov. Jay Inslee recently ended the COVID-19 vaccination mandate, but for some of the public workers fired for refusing to comply, the legal battle goes on. Read story

Courtney Gavin, at her Irvine, California home in February 2023, has been dealing with the effects of COVID-19 since March 2020 and uses a motorized lift to climb the stairs. (Allen J.

How common is long COVID? A new study provides fresh clues

Courtney Gavin, at her Irvine, California home in February 2023, has been dealing with the effects of COVID-19 since March 2020 and uses a motorized lift to climb the stairs. (Allen J.

June 11, 2023, 6:00am Health

One in 10 people infected with the coronavirus during the omicron era suffered from long COVID, according to preliminary data from a new study — indicating the syndrome remains a notable threat even in the pandemic’s post-emergency phase. Read story

Clark County COVID-19 cases down, hospitalizations up

June 10, 2023, 5:56am Clark County Health

Clark County’s COVID-19 case rate fell and new hospitalization rate rose in the latest data from Clark County Public Health. One new death was reported. Read story

Clark County COVID-19 case rate down, new hospitalizations up

June 9, 2023, 9:48am Clark County Health

Clark County’s COVID-19 case rate fell and new hospitalization rate rose in the latest data from Clark County Public Health. One new death was reported. Read story

Clark County COVID-19 case, new hospitalization rates drop

June 1, 2023, 1:29pm Clark County Health

Clark County’s COVID-19 case rate and new hospitalization rate both fell this week in the latest data from Clark County Public Health. One new death was reported. Read story

Clark County COVID-19 case rate, hospitalization rates up slightly

May 18, 2023, 1:58pm Clark County Health

Clark County’s COVID-19 case and hospitalization rates both ticked up this week in the latest data from Clark County Public Health. Three new deaths were reported. Read story