Clark County Public Health confirmed another 14 COVID-19 cases Wednesday morning, bringing the county total to 130 confirmed cases.
There are still six deaths from the county’s outbreak, according to Public Health. At least 879 people have been tested, but the numbers haven’t been updated since March 28, because the Washington Department of Health has run into problems with data reporting.
Clark County has seen more than 100 cases in the last week, with multiple days that recorded double-digit caseloads. The increase has been attributed to a rise in testing, and more community spread.
There are 82 cases between the ages of 40 and 69, which make up the majority of Clark County’s cases.
A University of Washington data model estimates that the state COVID-19 outbreak will peak around April 19