Over 100 COVID-19 cases reported at Washington state prison

OLYMPIA, Wash. (AP) — The Washington state Department of Corrections says a prison is restricting movement at its medium-security unit after more than 100 officers and inmates tested positive for COVID-19. Coyote Ridge Corrections Center has confirmed more than half of its inmates at the facility are in quarantine because of potential exposure. Department officials say the announcement came after 30 corrections officers and 71 inmates tested positive. Another 33 people exhibited potential symptoms. The Connell-based prison has minimum and medium-security units but only the medium-security unit is on restricted movement.