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Clark County reports 49 new COVID-19 cases, no new deaths as activity ebbs

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February 11, 2021, 11:48am Clark County Health

Clark County recorded 49 new COVID-19 cases and no new deaths on Thursday as a declining trend in disease activity continues. Read story

Snowy weather might delay vaccinations at Clark County Fairgrounds

February 11, 2021, 5:59am Clark County Health

With potentially inclement weather landing in Clark County today, Friday and Saturday, the state Department of Health says it might need to postpone vaccinations at the Clark County Event Center at the Fairgrounds near Ridgefield. Read story

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Clark County reports 47 new COVID-19 cases, one death on Wednesday

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February 10, 2021, 1:30pm Clark County Health

Clark County reported 47 new COVID-19 cases and one new death on Wednesday as disease activity continue to ebb from a post-holidays surge. Read story

Reynaldo Sotelo, left, and Simeon Chavez of Gecho Construction lend a hand at a home being built at Parklands at Camas Meadows. The home under construction will be 8,000 square feet, part of a trend toward physically larger homes during the pandemic.

Clark County sees high demand for large, expensive houses

Reynaldo Sotelo, left, and Simeon Chavez of Gecho Construction lend a hand at a home being built at Parklands at Camas Meadows. The home under construction will be 8,000 square feet, part of a trend toward physically larger homes during the pandemic.

February 10, 2021, 6:00am Business

The Camas-area house was just under 7,300 square feet, the biggest that Connor Zuvich had ever listed for sale. He was prepared to be patient; it's not unusual for houses of that size to sit on the market for months, and this particular house had taken about a year to… Read story

FILE - In this Jan. 27, 2021, file photo, woman asks directions at the entrance to Vista View Park where a COVID-19 vaccination site has opened for second doses in Davie, Fla. As health officials race to vaccinate people across the U.S., the need to give each person two doses a few weeks apart is adding a layer of complexity to the country's biggest-ever vaccination campaign.

U.S. vaccine drive complicated by 1st, 2nd dose juggling act

FILE - In this Jan. 27, 2021, file photo, woman asks directions at the entrance to Vista View Park where a COVID-19 vaccination site has opened for second doses in Davie, Fla. As health officials race to vaccinate people across the U.S., the need to give each person two doses a few weeks apart is adding a layer of complexity to the country's biggest-ever vaccination campaign.

February 9, 2021, 1:53pm Nation & World

The U.S. has entered a tricky phase of the COVID-19 vaccination effort as providers try to ramp up the number of people getting first shots while also ensuring a growing number of others get second doses just when millions more Americans are becoming eligible to receive vaccines. Read story

Megan Sanchez, owner and chef at Guero, hands a customer a to-go order through a window on the side of the Southeast Portland restaurant.

Portland-metro area counties allowed to reopen indoor dining on Friday

Megan Sanchez, owner and chef at Guero, hands a customer a to-go order through a window on the side of the Southeast Portland restaurant.

February 9, 2021, 12:37pm Dining Out

PORTLAND — For more than two months restaurants in the state's most populous counties have been closed to indoor dining, in an attempt to slow the spread of COVID-19. But on Friday, that will change. Read story

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Clark County’s COVID-19 activity falls sharply as rate of new infections declines

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February 9, 2021, 11:28am Clark County Health

Clark County's COVID-19 activity level fell sharply in data released Tuesday by Clark County Public Health as the rate of new infections continues to decline. Read story

Marion Koopmans, right, and Peter Ben Embarek, center, of the World Health Organization team say farewell to their Chinese counterpart Liang Wannian, left, after a WHO-China Joint Study Press Conference held at the end of the WHO mission in Wuhan, China, Tuesday, Feb. 9, 2021.

WHO team: Coronavirus unlikely to have leaked from China lab

Marion Koopmans, right, and Peter Ben Embarek, center, of the World Health Organization team say farewell to their Chinese counterpart Liang Wannian, left, after a WHO-China Joint Study Press Conference held at the end of the WHO mission in Wuhan, China, Tuesday, Feb. 9, 2021.

February 9, 2021, 8:01am Health

WUHAN, China — The coronavirus most likely first appeared in humans after jumping from an animal, a team of international and Chinese scientists looking for the origins of COVID-19 said Tuesday, dismissing as unlikely an alternate theory that the virus leaked from a Chinese lab. Read story

This 2020 electron microscope image made available by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention shows SARS-CoV-2 virus particles which cause COVID-19. According to research released in 2021, evidence is mounting that having COVID-19 may not protect against getting infected again with some of the new variants. People also can get second infections with earlier versions of the coronavirus if they mounted a weak defense the first time. (Hannah A.

New variants raise worry about COVID-19 virus reinfections

This 2020 electron microscope image made available by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention shows SARS-CoV-2 virus particles which cause COVID-19. According to research released in 2021, evidence is mounting that having COVID-19 may not protect against getting infected again with some of the new variants. People also can get second infections with earlier versions of the coronavirus if they mounted a weak defense the first time. (Hannah A.

February 8, 2021, 12:40pm Health

Evidence is mounting that having COVID-19 may not protect against getting infected again with some of the new variants. People also can get second infections with earlier versions of the coronavirus if they mounted a weak defense the first time, new research suggests. Read story

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Decline in Clark County COVID-19 cases continues over weekend

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February 8, 2021, 11:34am Clark County Health

A downward trend in new Clark County COVID-19 cases continued this weekend, with the lowest three-day total since late October, according to Public Health data. No new deaths were reported. Read story