COVID-19 coverage

We can’t let the J&J ‘pause’ derail our pandemic fight

The federal government called for a “pause” on injections of the single-dose Johnson & Johnson coronavirus vaccine this week after six U.S. women between the ages of 18 and 48 experienced a rare, severe form of blood clotting six to 13 days after receiving their inoculations.

County remains in Phase 3 despite jump in cases

Clark County will remain in Phase 3 of the Healthy Washington Roadmap to Recovery COVID-19 reopening plan through at least May 3.

Doctors answer questions about COVID-19 vaccines

The distribution of COVID-19 vaccines has accelerated across the country, including in Washington State, where vaccine eligibility will expand to all Washingtonians over the age of 16 years old on April 15. However, many community members still have questions, need support navigating misinformation, and assistance accessing resources or the vaccine.

New 3-foot rule gives local schools reopening leeway

School district leaders in Camas and Washougal say a new COVID-19 social distancing guideline inside school classrooms will allow local elementary, middle and high schools the ability to ramp up in-person learning.

Washougal to expand K-5 hybrid learning April 12

Commission on Aging to focus on pandemic impacts on seniors

Clark County enters Phase 3 next week as virus cases dip

Clark County will enter Phase 3 of the state’s Roadmap to Recovery COVID-19 reopening plan on Monday, March 22.

Camas High to remain closed for in-person classes through Thursday, March 18 following COVID-19 outbreak

Camas students’ weekend party leads to COVID-19 outbreak, canceled classes

Camas Public Library to reopen building after yearlong closure

After a nearly one-year closure, the Camas Public Library is set to open its doors to the public again on Monday, March 15.