Clark County Public Health confirmed eight new COVID-19 cases and one new death Thursday morning.
The county is up to 321 confirmed cases and 17 deaths. The newest death was to a man who was 80 or older. Ten of the county’s deaths — the largest cohort — have been people 80 and older. Fifteen of the county’s deaths have been men.
At least 3,131 people in Clark County have been tested.
According to Public Health data, 18 people are hospitalized for the virus currently, and four people are in an intensive care unit.
There are 62 cases associated with long-term care facilities, a mixture of residents and staff. Thirty-five have been connected to assisted/independent living facilities; 14 are in adult family homes and 13 are in skilled nursing facilities.
Washington has 12,494 confirmed cases and 692 deaths, according to state Department of Health.