The Colville Tribal Emergency Operations Center would like to thank our community for staying home and staying healthy, and we ask that you remain vigilant. 

Cases of COVID-19 continue to increase across the state and in our community. Yesterday, the Okanogan County Department of Health reported 4 new cases off the Colville Reservation, bringing the county’s total to 23 cases of COVID-19.

Those cases are located in the following areas of the county:

9 on the Colville Reservation

5 in the Methow Valley

3 in the southern county - between Malott and Pateros

5 in the central valley - between Malott and Riverside

1 in the northern county - between Riverside and Oroville

Last week, the county total increased by 9 new cases and they are reporting that has lead them to believe “we are not over our peak.”

Please continue to practice social distancing. Stay home. Wear a mask if you must leave the house for essential activities. Wash your hands with soap and water or hand sanitizer. Stay safe.

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