Coronavirus in Oregon: State breaks daily record again with 409 new cases, partly due to reporting gap – OregonLive

Given that it started: Oregon has reported 11,851 total coronavirus cases and 232 deaths.

Authorities stated Saturdays high variety of cases is partly due to a transition to a brand-new reporting system, which avoided the processing of positive cases for a couple of hours Thursday. Those cases are consisted of in Saturdays count.

The average variety of coronavirus cases a day today was 282, compared with 268 recently.

Where the cases are by county: Baker (2 ), Benton (6 ), Clackamas (29 ), Columbia (1 ), Coos (2 ), Deschutes (15 ), Douglas (2 ), Hood River (2 ), Jackson (5 ), Jefferson (4 ), Josephine (3 ), Klamath (4 ), Lane (13 ), Lincoln (1 ), Linn (2 ), Malheur (16 ), Marion (61 ), Morrow (7 ), Multnomah (99 ), Polk (2 ), Sherman (1 ), Umatilla (50 ), Union (1 ), Wallowa (1 ), Wasco (10 ), Washington (55 ), Yamhill (15 ).

Oregon broke its single-day record for the most coronavirus cases recorded Saturday, 2 days after breaking the previous record.
The Oregon Health Authority reported 409 brand-new cases of COVID-19 however no brand-new deaths.

Since Oregon started reopening, public health authorities state theyve seen the spread of COVID-19 when individuals get together to commemorate with friends and family. They also stated theres more spreading amongst social activities including groups of younger people. And COVID-19 cases have actually been increasing amongst Oregonians in their 20s.

Current state modeling of infection rates and hospitalizations expects that Oregon will have rapid growth in COVID-19 cases, approximating the state might see anywhere from 1,100 to 7,300 new cases each day by the end of July. In spite of that, the COVID-19 survival rate in Oregon medical facilities has actually improved considerably.

— Celina Tebor

ctebor@oregonian.com

@CelinaTebor