COVID-19: Clark County Activity Rate Falls to 137 Cases Per 100,000
Vancouver, WA — According to Clark County Public Health, COVID-19 activity rates plummeted from 209 cases per 100,000 to 137 cases per 100,000 this past week.
Here’s the latest COVID-19 update:
- 24 new cases
- 8,135 cases to date
- No new deaths
- 221 total deaths to date (199 confirmed, 22 suspect)
- 245 active cases (in isolation period)
- 34 COVID-19 patients hospitalized
- 1 person hospitalized awaiting COVID-19 test results
Learn more on the Clark County Public Health COVID-19 data webpage: https://clark.wa.gov/public-health/covid-19-data
The Washington State Department of Health received its shipment of Pfizer vaccine for the Clark County Fairgrounds vaccination site. That means the fairgrounds will be open this week to fulfill its second-dose appointments.
Anyone who received their first dose at the fairgrounds site should have received an email from Safeway after receiving their first dose. That follow-up email contains a link to schedule an appointment for the second dose.
Appointments are best. But anyone who was unable to get a second dose appointment scheduled or didn’t receive the confirmation email, can take their vaccination card and ID to the fairgrounds and receive their second dose without an appointment.
The fairgrounds site is open 9 am to 5 pm Tuesday to Friday and 9 am to 3 pm Saturday.
First-dose appointments are not available at the fairgrounds this week.
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