Coronavirus

Two on Peninsula die from COVID-19

Cases rising in both counties’ classrooms

 

Nation passes 1M COVID deaths

First-time vaccine rates up in Clallam

 

COVID-19 cases rising on Peninsula

Some school districts are urging face masks

 

State representative tests positive for COVID-19

State Rep. Mike Chapman is quarantining in his home after coming down with COVID-19. He has tested positive and is feeling very… Continue reading

COVID cases rise; face masks are urged

Jefferson’s numbers surge above Clallam’s

Jefferson Transit bus driver Lloyd Eisenman worked without a mask on his Port Townsend shuttle route Tuesday. (Diane Urbani de la Paz/Peninsula Daily News)
Jefferson Transit bus driver Lloyd Eisenman worked without a mask on his Port Townsend shuttle route Tuesday. (Diane Urbani de la Paz/Peninsula Daily News)

Website live for new cases

Link helps patients self-report illness

Improved reporting sees rise in COVID

Jefferson County now in high-risk category

Peninsula back in moderate-risk category

Health officials say masking is recommended, not required

Several COVID deaths in state happened before first was announced

The state Department of Health has confirmed at least four other Washingtonians died from COVID complications before or on Feb. 28, 2020 —… Continue reading

Slight climb seen in COVID-19 case numbers

Peninsula reports 37 more cases between Tuesday, Friday

Dr. Allison Berry speaks Tuesday morning during the Port Angeles Business Association meeting. (Ken Park/Peninsula Daily News)

One case of BA.2 found on Peninsula

Both Clallam, Jefferson at low risk for now

Dr. Allison Berry speaks Tuesday morning during the Port Angeles Business Association meeting. (Ken Park/Peninsula Daily News)
Dr. Allison Berry gave an online presentation to the Chamber of Jefferson County. Diane Urbani de la Paz/Peninsula Daily News

Berry: Case rates down now

We can relax at this point, but be prepared for future

Dr. Allison Berry gave an online presentation to the Chamber of Jefferson County. Diane Urbani de la Paz/Peninsula Daily News

Two more COVID—19 deaths reported on Peninsula

Berry to speak to Jefferson County chamber on Friday