Five COVID-19 cases on reservation
Last updated 4/8/2020 at 9:15am
Among 10 people who tested postive for the novel coronavirus in Okanogan County as of Tuesday, five are on the Colville Reservation, one a local woman whose daughter posted on Facebook that her mother and siblings were sick.
“I want our community to know that the virus IS HERE,” Micki BearCub Hudson posted April 1.
Okanogan County Public Health said four cases are in the Methow and one other is in “South County,” an area it did not specify in a Tuesday update.
The agency noted that two of those cases have fully recovered.
Grant County has had 94 postive tests and 26 more are likely with 173 tests pending.
None are in the Coulee City or Grand Coulee area, 38 are in Quincy, 17 each in Mattawa and Moses Lake, 10 in Ephrata, and a few more in Warden, Soap Lake, Royal City and Othello.