Lewis County Public Health and Social Services reported five new COVID-19 cases Tuesday, bringing the county’s total since last year to 3,323. The death toll stands at 50.
Of those new cases, one person is in their 20s, one is in their 40s, one is in their 50s and two are in their 80s. Additionally, four “probable cases” — meaning cases identified through antigen tests — were also reported.
Public Health and Social Services reported 14 new COVID-19 cases from Saturday to Monday.
Of those cases, two were people younger than 20, three were in their 20s, one is in their 30s, three are in their 50s, three are in their 60s, two are in their 70s and one is in their 80s.
Ten “probable cases” — cases identified via antigen tests — were also reported.
Full details are at phsscovid19.lewiscountywa.gov.
County officials plan to start reporting COVID-19 cases weekly instead of daily due to declining case counts and the ramping-up of vaccination efforts taking up more time on behalf of public health officials.