Coronavirus COVID-19 attack organism. Corona virus

MOSES LAKE - Another 36 COVID-19 cases were confirmed in Grant County on Thursday, the highest one-day case total since Sept. 23.

Thursday’s cases include residents of Coulee City, Ephrata, Mattawa, Moses Lake, Quincy and Soap Lake, according to the Grant County Health District.

Of the now 3,382 confirmed cases, 15 patients are currently hospitalized, down one from Wednesday, and 2,544 previous cases are listed as recovered.

Confirmed cases by city (Demographic data may not add up to the number of total reported cases due to cases being under investigation):

  • Coulee City: 5
  • Ephrata: 278
  • Grand Coulee/Electric City: 10
  • Mattawa: 517
  • Moses Lake: 1,068
  • Rural Othello (within Grant County): 76
  • Quincy: 842
  • Royal City: 326
  • Soap Lake: 49
  • Warden: 206
  • Wilson Creek: 5

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@the real JohnQPublic

Just stop getting tested. That's the solution.

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