WENATCHEE — COVID-19 cases in North Central Washington are on a slow downtrend, according to local health officials, but the 14-day rate has plateaued recently.

As of Tuesday, the 14-day case rate in Chelan and Douglas counties was 188 per 100,000 people, according to Chelan-Douglas Health District data. In August, the rate was more than double that, at a rate of 444.05 per 100,000.

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