• Brandon Sanchez

11 COVID-19 cases confirmed in Ephrata, Mattawa, Quincy, and Royal City



- Moses Lake, WA


The Grant County Health District is reporting eleven (11) additional cases of COVID-19 since our last update (PCR=8, antigen=3). This is NOT a full count of the cases reported to GCHD today. It only reflects those we were able to enter into our internal database. There were approximately 20-25 more cases not reflected in today’s count. Cases reported today are residents of Ephrata, Mattawa area, Quincy area, and Royal City.


GCHD says that if you are eligible under Phase 1A1 or 1A2 to get a COVID vaccination and have not been vaccinated yet, but want to, a list of facilities in Grant County who are accepting appointments is available on their website, http://granthealth.org/2019-novel-coronavirus-2019-ncov/.


You must be eligible under Phase 1A to make an appointment at this time, which includes all healthcare workers and high risk first responders.

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