The city of Walla Walla released a video urging everyone 16 and older to get vaccinated citing a recent increase in COVID-19 cases among high school students.
All Washington counties will stay in current phase for at least two more weeks. Gov. Jay Inslee says data suggests the fourth wave has reached a plateau.
The local Walmart joins the 65 pharmacy locations across Washington now accepting walk-ins, as supply allows, the company stated.
Both Walla Walla and Umatilla counties appear to be safe from moving backward into more restrictions right now.
ROME — The doctor and nurse manage just 12 shots a day — six in the morning, six in the afternoon — visiting Rome’s home-bound elderly to administer COVID-19 vaccines and, with them, the hope that Italy’s most fragile might soon emerge from the pandemic.
Umatilla County will head back to Oregon’s “high risk” category on Friday, April 30. That includes decreasing indoor restaurant capacity to 25%, outdoor social gatherings to eight people, and indoor recreation and fitness to 25% occupancy or 50 people, whichever is smaller.
Umatilla County recorded a coronavirus-related death Friday, April 23, its first such instance since April 7 and Walla Walla County saw some respite Friday as its daily case count dropped to single digits for the first time since last week.
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With COVID-19 cases across Washington ticking back up, Gov. Jay Inslee said Thursday, April 22, the state is seeing the fourth wave of the coronavirus.
Oregon is reporting a fourth consecutive week of surging COVID-19 cases and more people being admitted to hospitals with the illness.