MOSES LAKE - The Grant County Health District is reporting another 24 confirmed COVID-19 cases on Wednesday as the county has surpassed 1,200 confirmed cases during the pandemic.
Wednesday’s cases come from Mattawa, Moses Lake, Quincy and Royal City, according to the health district.
Of the 1,201 confirmed cases, nine patients are currently hospitalized and 582 previous cases are listed as recovered. As Wednesday, 10 COVID-19 deaths have been confirmed in Grant County and one other suspected COVID-19 death is pending death certificate review.
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: 1 (Health district unable to confirm)
- Ephrata: 94
- Grand Coulee/Electric City: 6
- Mattawa: 278 (+5)
- Moses Lake: 345 (+10)
- Rural Othello (within Grant County): 16
- Quincy: 279 (+7)
- Royal City: 105 (+2)
- Soap Lake: 26
- Warden: 50
- Wilson Creek: 1
As of Tuesday statewide, more than 54,200 cases have been confirmed and at least 1,548 people have died, according to the state Department of Health.