170 cases have been detected of the highly transmissible COVID-19 Delta variant in Washington as of Monday, quickly spreading throughout the state.
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A Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife veterinarian said the disease, called adenovirus hemorrhagic disease, poses no risk to humans, but also that the infection could soon spread to the mainland and carve out a permanent home in the state.
A virus is being transmitted between net-pen salmon farms and wild juvenile chinook salmon in British Columbia waters, according to new findin…
Some fully vaccinated Washingtonians are ditching their masks, cases are falling and restaurants this summer could be packed.
Umatilla County officials reported another coronavirus-related death Friday, May 21.
MISSION — Events were canceled and vaccine clinics were scheduled this week after a sharp uptick in COVID-19 cases was reported among school children on the Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation.