Russell County has 154 Positive Cases of COVID-19

  • Russell County has 154 Positive Cases of COVID-19

Russell County has 154 Positive Cases of COVID-19

Of the 1,501 cases, 1,132 people have recovered or are recovering, 105 have been hospitalized at some point during their illness and 21 have died.

As of Wednesday, Russell County has 154 positive cases of COVID-19 according to the Russell County Health Department.

The state Department of Health reported 734 new cases and 10 deaths on Wednesday to give the state 95,509 cases with 2,221 deaths.

In a separate update Wednesday, Interior Health said the community outbreak at Calvary Chapel Kelowna, which was declared on September 25, had been declared over.

There are two new cases of the virus in the north for a total of 343.

South Lake Preschool on Borland Road reported six cases October 1, according to Oregon Health Authority. If you have any symptoms, contact 811 or your health-care provider to arrange for testing.

"Choosing to do the right thing helps to protect all of us and keep our loved ones, our elders, and our communities safe". People age 80 or older account for more than half of all COVID-19 fatalities in Clark County. "This is particularly important if we have recently spent time with people outside of our household bubble or "safe six", Henry says in a statement with Deputy Health Minister Stephen Brown.