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Spokane County reports 98 new COVID-19 cases, no new deaths

Here is where Spokane County and North Idaho stand when it comes to COVID-19 cases, deaths and hospitalizations.

Where do Spokane County and North Idaho stand when it comes to coronavirus cases, deaths and coronavirus vaccine distribution? This article is updated daily with new information and analysis. 

Spokane County

Spokane County is reporting 98 new coronavirus cases and no new deaths on Monday, May 10. 

SRHD is reporting a total of 43,078 COVID-19 cases and 621 total deaths since the pandemic began. The health district is also reporting 77 COVID-19 patients who are currently hospitalized. 

So far, three people between the ages of 10 and 19 years old and two people between ages 20 and 29 have died from the virus. Ten people in their 30s have also died.

Gov. Jay Inslee announced a two-week pause on reopening on Tuesday, May 4, meaning all counties will remain in their current phase. 

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During a COVID-19 recovery briefing on Tuesday, Spokane County leaders said 25% of residents ages 16 to 17 years old have received at least one dose of the coronavirus vaccine after becoming eligible on April 15. Forty percent of residents ages 18 to 35 years old have received at least one dose. 

People under the age of 40 years old also made up more than two-thirds of all COVID-19 infections reported from April 25 through May 3. 

North Idaho

The Panhandle Health District is reporting 71 new COVID-19 cases and no new deaths among Idaho's five northern counties on Monday, May 10. 

There have been 23,925 cases confirmed in North Idaho since the pandemic began. Twenty-two people are currently hospitalized in North Idaho and 1,232 people have been hospitalized since the pandemic began, according to PHD. 

According to the health district, 303 people have died from the virus in North Idaho.