Antibody Testing

Jessica Blankenship, a Medical Assistant at Mary's Corner Medical Clinic, completes a Point-of-Care Rapid Antibody Lab Test on Chehalis resident, Steven Hellem Jr. Friday afternoon in Chehalis.

Lewis County Public Health and Social Services Director J.P. Anderson announced Wednesday four new COVID-19 recoveries in the county, bringing the total to 25 patients who have recovered from the virus. 

All four are residents from Commissioner District 1, which means 14 of the 18 confirmed cases in the district have ultimately resulted in recovery. 

As of 3 p.m. on Wednesday, no new cases have been announced. Lewis County has a total of 35 confirmed COVID-19 cases and three deaths. 

According to the Washington state Department of Health, 1,893 tests have been administered in Lewis County, with 1.8 percent yielding a positive result. 

 

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