County sees 46 new COVID cases, positive reporting shifted to Surge Center

The Washington County Health Department announced the reporting of 46 additional COVID cases between Dec. 21 to 27. The new cases include three cases between 6 and 10 years old; two who re between 11 and 15 years old; one who who is better 16 and 19 years old; nine in their 20s; seven inContinue reading “County sees 46 new COVID cases, positive reporting shifted to Surge Center”

COVD Counts: Health Dept. reports 51 new cases

The Washington County Health Department announced the reporting of 51 new COVID-19 cases between Dec. 14-20. The cases included one who is less than 1 year old; one who is between 1 and 5 years old; four between 6 and 10 years old; one between 11 and 15 years old; one who s between 16Continue reading “COVD Counts: Health Dept. reports 51 new cases”

COVID Counts: 41 new cases reported in Washington County this week

The Washington County Health Department reported Monday that 41 new COVID cases from Dec. 7 to 13. The cases include two who are between 1 and 5 years old; five who are 6-10 years old; one who is 11 to 15 years old; one who is 16-19 years old’; five in their 20s; six inContinue reading “COVID Counts: 41 new cases reported in Washington County this week”

Washington County reports 28 new cases this week

The Washington County Health Department announced Monday that there have been 28 new cases of COVID in the county for the week of Nov. 30 to Dec. 6. The residents include two ages 11-15 years old; one 16-19 years old; four in their 20s; four in their 30s; four in their 40s; five in theirContinue reading “Washington County reports 28 new cases this week”

Washington County sees 32 new COVID cases in the past week

The Washington County Health Department reported the largest rise in new COVID-19 cases this past week. The WCHD announced Monday that 32 cases had been reported to the department from Nov. 16 to Nov. 22. That total is significantly larger than the last update, which stated that there were 15 reporting. The new cases includeContinue reading “Washington County sees 32 new COVID cases in the past week”

Washington County reports 11 new cases, death this week

The Washington County Health Department reported 13 cases since late last week, including an additional death from COVID complications. The 34th death of.a county resident was a male in his 70s. On Friday, the WCHD reported 8 new cases: one resident in his or her 20s; three in their 30s; one in his or herContinue reading “Washington County reports 11 new cases, death this week”

COVID Counts: Washington County reports new cases, death

The Washington County Health Department stated Monday that a resident has died of COVID-19 complications. The resident — a man in his 70s — is the 33rd death in the county, officials said. WCHD also reported three new positives, which included one resident in their 30s, one in their 50s and one in their 70s.Continue reading “COVID Counts: Washington County reports new cases, death”

COVID Counts: Washington County numbers slowed in September

The Washington County Health Department reported eight additional cases from Oct. 1 to Oct. 5. The cases include three in their 30s, two in their 40s, two in their 50s and one in their 60s. While the state of Illinois remains in red for high risk, Washington County had a 3.7 percent test positivity rateContinue reading “COVID Counts: Washington County numbers slowed in September”

COVID Counts: Washington County sees six more cases over the weekend

The Washington County Health Department reported Monday that there are six new cases of COVID-19 from Sept. 18-20. The new cases include one who is 6-10 years old; one who is 11-15 years old; who is 16-19 years old; and three in their 60s. On Friday, the WCHD announced 23 new cases from Sept. 14Continue reading “COVID Counts: Washington County sees six more cases over the weekend”

WCHD: Cases continue to rise in the county

The Washington County Health Department announced Monday the reporting of 19 new COVID-19 cases. The cases include one less than 1 year old; one who is 1-5 years old; five 6-10 years old; two 11-15 years old; there in their 30s; two in their 50s; three in their 60s and two in their 70s. TheseContinue reading “WCHD: Cases continue to rise in the county”