Walla Walla Co. DCH confirmed seven COVID-19-related deaths this week | Tri-Cities news
Walla Walla Co.  DCH confirmed seven COVID-19-related deaths this week |  Tri-Cities news

Walla Walla Co. DCH confirmed seven COVID-19-related deaths this week | Tri-Cities news

WALLA WALLA, Wash. This week, the Walla Walla County Department of Community Health (DCH) has confirmed seven COVID-19-related deaths.

The persons were identified as a man in the 30s, a woman in the 60s, a woman in the 70s, a man and two women in the 80s and a man in the 90s.

“Our sincere thoughts and heartfelt condolences go out to the families and friends of the individuals during this difficult time,” DCH wrote.

From kl. 8.45 on 25 February, there have been 15,348 confirmed cases of COIVID-19, with 14,887 cured, 129 deaths and 339 active cases.

Of the active cases, 326 are in home isolation and 13 are hospitalized.

The DCH reminds people that there are resources available to them in society that can feel the stressful effects of COVID-19. If you would like help, you can visit DCH’s website hereor email [email protected].

More information on cases, including residence, age and gender can be found at Walla Walla County COVID Web Site.

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