Grant County reported its fourth Covid-19-related death Monday evening, a man in his 50s from Grand Coulee
The man had been hospitalized with the virus, the Grant County Health District reported.
The county also confirmed four new cases of coronavirus after going almost a week with no new positive tests.
Grant County has had 192 cases of COVID-19 and was especially hard hit during the early days of the outbreak.
Chelan County added four new cases to its total reported Tuesday morning and now has had 186 positive tests and six deaths.
No new cases were reported Douglas County, which has had 131 positive tests and three deaths.
Okanogan County reported one new case Monday, bringing its total to 40, with two deaths.
In its most recent numbers, the state Department of Health reported only one new death, bringing the statewide total of deaths to 1,002.
There have been 18,611 positive tests in Washington, with 14,369 of those coming from four counties; King, Snohomish, Pierce and Yakima.
King County by far has the most cases with 7,515 and 528 deaths.