Vancouver — Last week, Clark County submitted an application to be approved to move into Phase 2 of Governor Jay Inslee’s recovery plan. An outbreak at a local fruit processing plant put that application on hold, and local health officials continue to investigate the situation, and are actively working to keep the community safe through contact tracing and other methods.
Dr. Alan Melnick, the Clark County Health Director, and the Clark Regional Emergency Operations Center, continue to provide updates. Here’s a look at the Clark County numbers.
- Number of positive tests: 510
- Number of deaths: 25
- Number of people tested: 8,834
- Number of contacts on monitoring: 230
- Male deaths: 16
- Female deaths: 9
- Deaths aged 80+: 17
- Deaths aged 70-79: 5
- Deaths aged 60-69: 2
- Deaths aged 40-49: 1
- Long-term care facility associated deaths: 16
- Donated N95 masks: 5,124
- Donated surgical masks: 3,124
- Donated masks (other): 10,147
- Donated gloves: 102,235
- Number of individuals tested: 330,598
- Number of positive tests: 20,065
- Number of hospitalizations: 3,290
- Number of deaths: 1,070
Crime data updates from Clark County Sheriff’s Office for Week 20 includes the following:
- Harassment Calls fell for the first time in four weeks of unusually high call numbers, but still remains slightly higher than normal.
- Brandishing Calls (knives and other weapons) are again much higher than usual for this time of year.
- Restraining Orders remain higher than normal and are typical, where offenders are attempting to contact victims who have a legal right to be left alone.
- Auto Prowl calls are again on the higher slide of normal, but only about half of the calls are resulting in actual police reports. Citizens are opting to fill out online reports but aren’t following through.
Clark County Traffic Data