Clark County Public Health data may differ from numbers on the Washington State Department of Health website, due to delays in reporting and differences in reporting. All data is preliminary and may change.
Public Health will update all data weekly. Numbers are cumulative. Confirmed cases are people with a positive molecular (PCR) test for COVID-19. Probable cases are people with a positive antigen test and no molecular test. Antigen probable cases are updated to confirmed and no longer classified as antigen probable if a follow-up positive PCR test is completed. Antibody test results are not included in these totals. Additional information about COVID-19 deaths is available below.
*Number of active cases reflects the number of confirmed and probable cases currently in their isolation period. Cases remain in isolation until they are fever-free for at least 24 hours (without fever-reducing medication) and symptoms have improved and at least 10 days have passed since symptoms began. People who test positive but do not have symptoms are in isolation for 10 days from the date of their first positive test.
**Rate of newly diagnosed cases per 100,000 people in the county over a two-week period.
***Rate of new hospital admissions per 100,000 people in the county over a one-week period.
The state Department of Health's COVID-19 data dashboard offers more frequent updates to COVID-19 activity and hospitalization rates.
This graphic shows the number of confirmed COVID-19 cases in Clark County, by the date the specimen was collected for testing. Numbers for the most recent days may change as results for those tests become available.
Updated January 21. This graphic will be updated weekly.
COVID-19 activity is determined by calculating the number of new cases per 100,000 residents in the county over 14 days. Public Health calculates the current COVID-19 activity level in Clark County once a week. The state Department of Health's COVID-19 data dashboard offers more frequent updates.
- Dec. 16: 273.6 cases per 100,000
- Dec. 23: 263.2 cases per 100,000
- Dec. 30: 437.3 cases per 100,000
- Jan. 6: 715.1 cases per 100,000
- Jan. 13: 1,679.1 cases per 100,000
- Jan. 20: 2,205.9 cases per 100,000
COVID-19 rates by vaccination status
Case rates by vaccination status
Hospitalization rates by vaccination status
Death rates by vaccination status
Vaccination status of Clark County residents
Updated Jan. 25. Data through Jan. 22, 2022. Data is preliminary and may change. Death data for the most recent weeks is incomplete due to reporting delays. Confirmed and antigen probable cases are included. Cases are considered fully vaccinated two weeks after completing the COVID-19 vaccine series (two doses for Pfizer or Moderna or one dose of Johnson & Johnson). Cases are considered partially vaccinated if they have initiated vaccination but do not yet meet the definition of fully vaccinated. Cases are considered unvaccinated if they have not received any doses of COVID-19 vaccine. Vaccinated and partially vaccinated populations are determined by the number of residents who meet the definitions by the first day of the reporting week in the Washington State Immunization Information System.
|Age||Cases||Rate per 100,000|
|80 and older||1,551||8,011.6|
|Gender||Cases||Rate per 100,000|
The rate reflects the cumulative number of cases per 100,000 people for each age group and gender.
Data updated January 21. Demographic data for cases will be updated weekly.
Cases by race, ethnicity
|Race||Cases||Rate per 100,000|
|American Indian/Alaska Native||334||6,266.4|
|Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander||670||15,423.6|
|Other/More than one race||3,306||14,357.1|
|Ethnicity||Cases||Rate per 100,000|
The rate reflects the cumulative number of cases per 100,000 people for each race and ethnicity.
Updated January 21. This data will be updated weekly.
Cumulative cases by zip code
Updated January 21. This data will be updated weekly. Zip code population data used to calculate the rates was updated on June 8.
Cumulative count and rate of cases by zip code per 100,000 people. This data only represents confirmed cases and the zip codes in which they live. It does not account for undiagnosed cases or areas where the confirmed cases were exposed to the virus.
Rate per 100,000
COVID-19 associated deaths
Data continues to show that COVID-19 vaccines are effective at preventing severe illness, hospitalization and death. Most COVID-19 deaths in Clark County continue to be among those who are not vaccinated.
From Jan. 17, 2021 to Jan. 20, 2022, there were 462 COVID-19 deaths in Clark County. Of those:
- 352 were unvaccinated prior to death
- 15 were partially vaccinated at the time of death
- 91 were fully vaccinated at the time of death (but no booster)
- 4 were fully vaccinated and had received a booster at the time of death
“Unvaccinated” refers to people with no record of vaccination. “Partially vaccinated” refers to people who received at least one dose but had not completed their initial vaccination series. “Fully vaccinated” refers to people who completed their initial vaccination series (including 14 days after the final dose to reach full immunity). “Fully vaccinated and boosted” refers to people who completed their initial vaccination series and received a booster dose. Immunization status is based on records available in the state immunization database on Jan. 20, 2022.
COVID-19 associated deaths
|Age||Suspect deaths||Confirmed deaths||Total deaths|
|80 and older||30||222||252|
|Sex at birth||Suspect deaths||Confirmed deaths||Total deaths|
|Underlying conditions||Suspect deaths||Confirmed deaths||Total deaths|
Data updated Jan. 20. Death data is cumulative and is updated weekly.
Confirmed death: COVID is listed as cause of death or contributing factor on the death certificate and the case has a positive COVID test.
Suspect death: COVID is not listed as a contributing factor on the death certificate (but wasn’t ruled out as cause of death) and the person died after testing positive for COVID within 28 days.
Updated January 21. The graph will be updated weekly.
Current hospital occupancy
|Percent of hospital beds occupied||97.4%|
|Percent of ICU beds occupied||98.2%|
|Percent hospital beds occupied by COVID-19 patients & PUIs*||20.8%|
|Percent ICU beds occupied by COVID-19 patients & PUIs*||33.9%|
|Number of hospital beds occupied by COVID-19 patients||103|
|Number of hospital beds occupied by COVID-19 PUIs*||1|
Updated Jan. 20; data as of Jan. 18. This data will be updated weekly. Data submitted to the WA HEALTH database by PeaceHealth Southwest Medical Center and Legacy Salmon Creek Medical Center. Data is reflective of the population these facilities serve and is not limited to Clark County residents.
*PUIs is persons under investigation for COVID-19 (individuals awaiting test results).
Updated Jan. 20.
COVID-19 vaccine data is available on the Washington State Department of Health data dashboard.
COVID-19 vaccines help to reduce the spread of COVID-19 in our community. The vaccines continue to be highly effective at preventing severe illness that can lead to hospitalization and death, even among those infected with the delta variant.
A small proportion of people who are fully vaccinated may still get COVID-19, but infections in fully vaccinated people tend to be mild. Most COVID-19 cases continue to be among people who are unvaccinated. As more people become fully vaccinated, we'd expect to see the number of breakthrough cases increase.
When someone who is fully vaccinated – two weeks after the second dose of Pfizer or Moderna, or two weeks after the single-dose Johnson & Johnson vaccine – contracts COVID-19, that’s called vaccine breakthrough.
Data on vaccine breakthrough cases is available in a weekly report from the Washington State Department of Health. The report is updated on Wednesdays.
Washington State Department of Health and Clark County Public Health track the number of cases, hospitalizations and deaths among people who are fully vaccinated. Data on breakthrough cases is compiled through state databases for COVID-19 cases and immunization records. Breakthrough data is preliminary and may change.
Here’s is the cumulative vaccine breakthrough data for Clark County:
|Number of breakthrough cases||11,461|
|Number of breakthrough cases with symptoms||5,187|
|Number of breakthrough cases hospitalized||375|
|Number of breakthrough cases who died of COVID-19||79|
|Number of Clark County residents fully vaccinated||288,392|
|Percent of population 12+ fully vaccinated||67.9|
Updated Jan. 21. This data is updated weekly. Data is cumulative since February 2021.
Vaccine breakthrough data is reported using linked state databases with COVID-19 case information and immunization records. Cases and deaths are reported once they are confirmed as vaccine breakthrough by the state Department of Health. COVID-19 deaths are reported after the death records are submitted to the state and recorded in the state database.
Information about COVID-19 cases in local public schools is available on the COVID-19 cases in schools page.
Data on the percentage of COVID-19 tests coming back positive is available on the Washington State Department of Health data dashboard.
Data on the prevalence of SARS-CoV-2 variants in the state, including case counts by county, is available in the Washington State Department of Health's SARS-CoV-2 Sequencing and Variants report.