Clark County hits single-day record of 47 COVID-19 cases – The Columbian

A minimum of 19,713 have been checked for the infection in Clark County, given that the pandemic started.

There are presently 29 people hospitalized for the virus in Clark County, and 12 people hospitalized who are waiting for test outcomes for coronavirus.

Clark County hit a new single-day record for COVID-19 cases, with 47 newly reported infections on Tuesday, according to Clark County Public Health.

Hospitals in Clark County are at 65 percent of their bed capability and have dedicated 6.5 percent of beds to COVID-19 cases.

Clark County has actually validated 1,319 COVID-19 cases and 33 deaths. The county has included four deaths since July 8 after going a several weeks without any.

On Monday, 106 new cases were reported.

The countys previous single-day record was 45 cases on July 7. Numbers reported on Mondays, that include tests from Friday, Saturday and Sunday, have actually been higher.

A current surge in infections has raised the countys infection rate over a two-week duration to 59 cases per 100,000 population, more than double the level enabled before the county could relocate to more relaxed Phase 3 reopening limitations.

The county is balancing nearly 45 cases daily over the last week.

Washington has 41,757 verified cases and 1,399 deaths.