COVID-19 Vaccine Phase

Washington State COVID-19 Eligibility is open to everyone 12 and older

Pfizer is currently the only COVID-19 vaccine authorized for use in 12- to 17-year olds.

Moderna and Johnson & Johnson are authorized for people 18 and older.

If you have symptoms and have not been around anyone who has been diagnosed with COVID-19, follow the Washington State Department of Health guidelines found Here

Lewis County is in Phase 3 of the Roadmap to Recovery phased reopening plan.

Confirmed Cases of COVID-19 in Lewis County:

Positives (confirmed cases) 4157 Lewis County residents
COVID-19-related deaths (confirmed cases) 72 Lewis County residents

As of 5:25 pm June 11, 2021

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Recovered is defined as being alive and not hospitalized 28 days after symptoms began.
Lost to Follow-up are people we can’t reach, but we know who have not died.


Cases by Zip Code

ZIP Code Areas ZIP Codes Cases
Centralia (includes Rochester) 98531, 98579 1804
Chehalis (includes Adna) 98532, 98522 1456
Cinebar 98533 23
Curtis 98538 33
Doty 98539 22
Ethel 98539 36
Galvin 98544 17
Glenoma 98336 29
Mineral 98355 14
Morton 98356 83
Mossyrock 98564 136
Napavine 98565 90
Onalaska 98570 186
Packwood 98361 38
Pe Ell 98572 67
Randle 98377 66
Salkum 98582 29
Silver Creek 98585 44
Toledo 98591 194
Vader 98593 59
Winlock 98596 337
Not yet assigned 6
Total 4769

Reported cases of COVID-19 through 5/22/2021 by ZIP code area. Note All numbers are subject to change as more data are available and are verified. The numbers above have been adjusted based on a weekly audit of LCPHSS numbers against DOH and labs/addresses, therefore the numbers for various ZIP code areas may have decreased from the previous week. ZIP code areas include the cities noted, but do not match city boundaries. Even though cities outside of Lewis County are included in the ZIP code, case numbers listed here only count Lewis County addresses and residents.

Confirmed cases by age

Age Group Cases % by Age Deaths
19 and younger 662 15.9% 0
20-29 701 16.9% 0
30-39 648 15.6% 1
40-49 618 14.9% 1
50-59 543 13.1% 9
60-69 491 11.8% 7
70-79 298 7.2% 18
80+ 196 4.7% 36
Total 4157 72

As of 5:25 pm June 11, 2021

Probable cases by age

Age Group Cases % by Age Deaths
19 and under 247 23.4% 0
20s 208 19.7% 0
30s 202 19.1% 0
40s 138 13.1% 0
50s 118 11.2% 0
60s 90 8.5% 0
70s 29 2.7% 0
80s and older 22 2.1% 0
Unknown 3 0.3% 0
Total 1057 0

DOH started reporting antigen positive results as “probable cases” on their Data Dashboard on December 16, 2020. The increase in cases reported today is a one-time adjustment and not a reflection of increased COVID-19 activity in Lewis County.

Information accurate as of 5:25 pm on June 11, 2021.


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Lewis County Public Health & Social Services

Phone 360-740-1222

COVID-19 website: https://phsscovid19.lewiscountywa.gov/

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Lewis County Government COVID-19 Website

Landing page for Public Health Updates, Emergency Operations Center information, Lewis County Alert signup, What Can I do to Help? resource links, “Have a Need” resource links, and Public Health Facebook page link. https://www.lewiscountywa.gov/covid19

Washington State Department of Health

COVID-19 website: https://www.doh.wa.gov/Emergencies/Coronavirus

For the most recent tally of cases by county, demographics, and more, go to: https://www.doh.wa.gov/Emergencies/NovelCoronavirusOutbreak2020COVID19/DataDashboard

Washington 211 COVID-19 call center is a general information line related to COVID-19. If you need information or have a general question, call 1-800-525-0127 or text 211-211 for help.

If you or anyone you know is having difficulties managing stress, call the Washington Listens support line at 1-833-681-0211.

Washington State Government

COVID-19 website: https://coronavirus.wa.gov/

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U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

COVID-19 website: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-nCoV/index.html