County confirms 104 cases since Friday

Pullman received 238 cases over last two weeks

JAYCE CARRAL, Evergreen news editor

Whitman County confirmed 104 new COVID-19 patients since Friday, bringing the county’s total to 2,259 cases.

Four individuals tested positive today, according to a press release from the Whitman County Emergency Operations Center. One female is aged 20-39 years. Two females and one male are aged 40-59 years. 

One hundred patients tested positive over the weekend, according to a Monday press release. Of the new patients, eight females and eight males are aged 1-19 years. Sixty-four patients are aged 20-39 years; 34 are female and 30 are male. Six females and five males are aged 40-59 years. Five females and two males are aged 60-79 years. One male and one female are over 80 years. 

Three patients are currently hospitalized, according to today’s release. All others are isolating. 

Over the last two weeks, 238 cases were confirmed in Pullman, according to Monday’s release. Twenty-eight cases were confirmed in Colfax. Twelve and seven cases were confirmed in Garfield and Colton, respectively. Six cases were confirmed in both Oakesdale and Rosalia. Every other city in Whitman County confirmed four cases or less. 

Residents are reminded to wear masks, maintain social distancing and avoid large gatherings.