Covid case stats in local counties reported
Last updated 1/6/2021 at 8:39am
COVID-19 is still prominent in local counties as well as the whole of the state of Washington, which has reported over 30,000 cases in the past 14 days.
As of Jan. 5, Grant County had reported 7,125 total COVID-19 cases including 83 deaths. There have been 25 cases in the Grand Coulee Dam area, one since Dec. 29, and 43 in the Coulee City area, up two since Dec. 29. The county has had 838 confirmed cases in the last 14 days for an incidence rate of 857, down from 873 Dec. 21.
The incidence goal is 25 or fewer cases per 100,000 residents. Most local counties are seeing rates in the multiple hundreds, as is the state as a whole.
Okanogan County has reported 1,796 total cases, including 32 deaths. There have been 28 cases in Coulee Dam, one since Dec. 29; eight in Elmer City; and 39 in Nespelem. The county has had 178 new cases in the past 14 days, making for an incidence rate of 416.6, up from 404.9 Dec. 29.
Douglas County has reported 2,782 total cases, including seven deaths; 284 new cases in the past 14 days; an incidence rate of 653.9, up from 541.1 Dec. 29.
Washington state as a whole has seen 258,767 total cases, including 3,541 deaths; and as of Jan. 4 has seen 30,935 cases in the past 14 days; an incidence rate of 409.9, down from 439.8 Dec. 29.
Also as of Jan. 4, Lincoln County has seen a total of 260 cases, including four deaths; 39 new cases reported in the past 14 days, making for a two-week incidence rate of 356, up from 255 Dec. 29.
Washington State Department of Health, Washington State Coronavirus Response, Grant County Health District, and Okanogan Public Health, Lincoln County Health Dept., Chelan-Douglas Health District.