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Clark County COVID-19 rate slightly down, hospitalizations up

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February 23, 2023, 4:10pm Clark County Health

Clark COVID-19 rate slightly down, COVID-19 hospitalizations up Read story

Columbia Dance is among more than a hundred local businesses that received a Working Washington grant.

Clark County arts groups, businesses get COVID aid from state

Columbia Dance is among more than a hundred local businesses that received a Working Washington grant.

February 21, 2023, 5:42pm Business

More than a hundred Southwest Washington businesses received state pandemic relief assistance this month from the Washington State Department of Commerce and Washington State Arts Commission. Read story

U.S. health officials are proposing a simplified approach to COVID-19 vaccinations, which would allow most adults and children to get a once-a-year shot to protect against the virus.

Is the pandemic over? Clark County health officials say COVID likely here to stay

U.S. health officials are proposing a simplified approach to COVID-19 vaccinations, which would allow most adults and children to get a once-a-year shot to protect against the virus.

February 21, 2023, 6:04am Clark County Health

While many aspects of life have gone back to pre-pandemic norms — we can go to the movies again, schools are reopened, most businesses no longer require a mask, and the nationwide public health emergency will be lifted on May 11 — COVID-19 has left lasting impacts on the community. Read story

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Clark County COVID-19 rate up slightly this week

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February 16, 2023, 2:12pm Clark County Health

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Clark County COVID case rate decreases

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February 9, 2023, 3:20pm Clark County Health

In Clark County, the COVID-19 activity rate, which measures new cases per 100,000 people over seven days, decreased this week from 50.3 as of Feb. 2 to 39.3 as of Thursday. Read story

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COVID case rate up; Clark County hospitals remain near capacity

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February 2, 2023, 12:11pm Clark County Health

The Clark County COVID-19 activity rate, which measures new cases per 100,000 people over seven days, slightly increased this week from 43.3 as of Jan. 26 to 50.3 as of Thursday. Read story

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Clark County COVID-19 activity down

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January 26, 2023, 1:25pm Clark County Health

The Clark County COVID-19 activity rate, which measures new cases per 100,000 population over seven days, decreased this week from 55.7 as of Jan. 19 to 43.3 as of Thursday. Read story

FILE - A nurse prepares a syringe of a COVID-19 vaccine at an inoculation station in Jackson, Miss., July 19, 2022. U.S. health officials are proposing a simplified approach to COVID-19 vaccinations, which would allow most adults and children to get a once-a-year shot to protect against the mutating virus. The new system unveiled Monday, Jan. 23, 2023 would make COVID-19 inoculations more like the annual flu shot. Americans would no longer have to keep track of how many shots they've received or how many months it's been since their last booster. (AP Photo/Rogelio V.

U.S. proposes once-a-year COVID shots for most Americans

FILE - A nurse prepares a syringe of a COVID-19 vaccine at an inoculation station in Jackson, Miss., July 19, 2022. U.S. health officials are proposing a simplified approach to COVID-19 vaccinations, which would allow most adults and children to get a once-a-year shot to protect against the mutating virus. The new system unveiled Monday, Jan. 23, 2023 would make COVID-19 inoculations more like the annual flu shot. Americans would no longer have to keep track of how many shots they've received or how many months it's been since their last booster. (AP Photo/Rogelio V.

January 23, 2023, 12:59pm Health

U.S. health officials want to make COVID-19 vaccinations more like the annual flu shot. Read story

FILE - A patient is given a flu vaccine at the L.A. Care and Blue Shield of California Promise Health Plans' Community Resource Center where they were offering members and the public free flu and COVID-19 vaccines Friday, Oct. 28, 2022, in Lynwood, Calif.  Doctors tend to worry that holiday gatherings can spark new surges in infectious diseases like the flu. But new government data suggests that didn't happen this year.  The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on Friday, Jan. 13, 2023 reported that flu has continued to wane this month. (AP Photo/Mark J.

How scientists trained computers to forecast COVID-19 outbreaks weeks ahead

FILE - A patient is given a flu vaccine at the L.A. Care and Blue Shield of California Promise Health Plans' Community Resource Center where they were offering members and the public free flu and COVID-19 vaccines Friday, Oct. 28, 2022, in Lynwood, Calif.  Doctors tend to worry that holiday gatherings can spark new surges in infectious diseases like the flu. But new government data suggests that didn't happen this year.  The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on Friday, Jan. 13, 2023 reported that flu has continued to wane this month. (AP Photo/Mark J.

January 22, 2023, 6:00am Health

Imagine a time when your virus-blocking face covering is like an umbrella. Most days, it stays in your closet or is stowed somewhere in your car. But when a COVID-19 outbreak is in the forecast, you can put it to use. Read story

COVID-19 case rate up in Clark County; hospital admissions fall

January 20, 2023, 6:02am News

Clark County’s COVID-19 activity rose slightly this week, with 238 new COVID-19 cases reported, bringing county totals to 110,710, according to Clark County Public Health data. Read story