The Spokane Regional Health District reported a record high of 175 new COVID-19 cases on Thursday, as well as five new deaths.
A total of 77 people in Spokane County have now died due to COVID-19.
Forty-six county residents are receiving treatment at Spokane hospitals, and 82 total patients are hospitalized.
The Spokane Regional Health District now has a total of 4,302 total cases. A little more than half of confirmed cases are considered recovered by the district.
The Panhandle Health District confirmed 41 new cases on Thursday, for a total of 2,059 cases in North Idaho residents. Thirty-five North Idaho residents are currently hospitalized, and 17 people have died from the virus in the region.
The majority of cases and deaths recorded in the Panhandle Health District’s five-county region are in Kootenai County.
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