COVID-19 coverage

Washougal author details long COVID impacts, daily struggles

Shortly after leaving his Washougal residence, Rowan MacDonald shuffles through his iPod, searching for the perfect track to propel him up the short hill in front of him. His playlist is filled with songs from the 1990s, reflecting the mindset of their listener, who yearns for the past.

We must listen to, learn from COVID long-haulers

In an article that appears in this week’s Post-Record, the editor of a new anthology of writings by COVID “long-haulers” notes that “long COVID” — the cluster of often debilitating, post-acute infection health issues that have plagued tens of millions of Americans over the past four years is not something we should wish on our friends, family, neighbors or selves.

WA Medical Commission revokes local healthcare provider’s PA license

Having found that Camas-Washougal healthcare provider Scott C. Miller, the owner of Miller Wellness in Camas and the now-shuttered Miller Family Pediatrics practice in Washougal — “represents a grave danger to public health and safety,” the Washington State Medical Commission has permanently revoked Miller’s physician assistant license.

Recent COVID surges, research proves importance of ‘Swiss Cheese Model’

COVID-19 ‘Kraken’ subvariant spreading quickly in U.S.

State indefinitely suspends Washougal practitioner’s medical license

The Washington Medical Commission has issued its final order regarding a Washougal physician assistant (PA) accused of promoting unfounded COVID-19 treatments and verbally harassing medical professionals treating hospitalized COVID patients.

As illnesses surge, Clark Co. public health officials urge masking indoors

Camas seeks community input on ARPA funds

How do Camas community members want to see their city’s share of the $350 billion federal American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) dollars?

Health experts warn of possible fall ‘virus surge,’ urge vaccinations

Washougal seeks public’s input on COVID funds, long-term vision

City of Washougal leaders are seeking input from community members on two issues critical to the future of Washougal: the city’s use of its federal COVID-recovery funds and the creation of a long-term strategic plan that will “define the future vision of Washougal.”