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COVID-19 case numbers continue to edge up

COVID-19 cases continue to climb in Clallam County in the wake of Thanksgiving get-togethers, but no recent large-scale outbreaks had been reported as of Thursday,… Continue reading

 

Reinfections studied to see if omicron is on peninsula

New COVID-19 cases are increasing on the North Olympic Peninsula, says the region’s public health officer as officials continue to track cases connected to Thanksgiving… Continue reading

 

Health officer: Thanksgiving COVID surge could be smaller than expected

New cases reported on Peninsula

 

Two additional COVID deaths recorded in Clallam County

Long-term care facility outbreaks now over

COVID-19 outbreak stems from Thanksgiving gathering

Clallam County Public Health officials were tracking on Thursday the first reported outbreak of COVID-19 stemming from a Thanksgiving gathering while reports of children infected… Continue reading

Three deaths from COVID reported in Clallam County

Three more Clallam County residents have died from COVID-19, raising the total number to 72 in the county and 91 for the North Olympic Peninsula… Continue reading

Health officials urge caution over Thanksgiving holiday

No new cases reported in long-term care facilities on Peninsula

Jefferson County resident dies of COVID-19

A Jefferson County resident has died from COVID-19, raising the total number of deaths in the county to 18 and increasing the total on the… Continue reading

Officials worry about wave of infections after Thanksgiving

Case rates remain stable, but high, on Olympic Peninsula

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Elwha River Bridge reopens after storms; crews work to clear path to West End

The Elwha River Bridge on U.S. Highway 101 west of Port Angeles reopened Wednesday morning after it had been shut down as a precaution due… Continue reading

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The waters of Lake Pleasant flooded the Lake Pleasant County Park on Monday. The water runs over the West Lake Pleasant Road and into neighboring homes. Photo by Lonnie Archibald/for Peninsula Daily News

UPDATE: West End cut off by floodedhighways

Jefferson County PUD restores power to thousands

The waters of Lake Pleasant flooded the Lake Pleasant County Park on Monday. The water runs over the West Lake Pleasant Road and into neighboring homes. Photo by Lonnie Archibald/for Peninsula Daily News

Peninsula continues to see COVID-19 transmission

Nationwide transmission of COVID-19 is starting to increase again, although there has not been a significant rise on the North Olympic Peninsula. Dr. Allison Berry,… Continue reading

Football team COVID-19 cluster reported

Ventilation concern in long-term care facility outbreak

Another COVID-19 death reported; pediatric clinic appointments available

A new death due to COVID-19 has been confirmed in Clallam County, raising the total number of deaths in the county to 68 and 85… Continue reading

Virus case numbers holding steady on Peninsula

Holidays may present challenge, official says

Four more die of COVID-19, Peninsula health officer reports

Vaccination clinics for children expected to begin soon

COVID case rates on Peninsula, statewide continue to plateau

Counties both preparing for vaccine clinics for kids 5-11

Peninsula may have short delay in supplies of children’s COVID-19 vaccine

State has ordered doses, unsure how much will be available locally

COVID-19 hospitalizations growing on Olympic Peninsula

A growing number of hospitalizations from COVID-19 on the North Olympic Peninsula is causing concern for the region’s health officer, as the hospitals could be… Continue reading

Officials brace for sixth wave of COVID-19

Effects could be mitigated with proper precautions