282 new COVID-19 cases, 4 more deaths reported in Oregon – KGW.com

Health officials said 22 individuals passed away from COVID-19 last week, doubling the variety of individuals who passed away from the coronavirus the week previously.

PORTLAND, Ore.– Health authorities on Wednesday reported 282 new COVID-19 cases, bringing the states known case overall to over 13,000.

The Oregon Health Authority (OHA) likewise announced four more people have actually passed away. The states death toll depends on 247. The following info was released about the 4 individuals who died:

The variety of recognized coronavirus infections continues to go up in Oregon. There were 2,043 brand-new cases recorded last week, a 7% boost from the previous week. The favorable test rate likewise increased recently to 6.2%, compared to 5% the previous week.

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The OHA stated in its weekly report, which was launched on Wednesday, that 22 Oregonians passed away from COVID-19 recently, doubling the number of people who died from the virus the week in the past.

Multnomah and Washington counties reported the most brand-new cases on Wednesday. Here is a county-by-county breakdown of the 282 brand-new cases.

Baker: 1
Benton: 1
Clackamas: 24
Columbia: 2
Coos: 2
Crook: 1
Deschutes: 12
Douglas: 4
Jackson: 9
Jefferson: 2
Josephine: 1
Klamath: 1
Lane: 9
Lincoln: 2
Linn: 2
Malheur: 15
Marion: 38
Morrow: 3
Multnomah: 59
Polk: 4
Tillamook: 1
Umatilla: 27
Union: 4
Wasco: 2
Washington: 50
Yamhill: 6

A 63-year-old man in Deschutes County who tested favorable on June 13 and died on June 14, at St. Charles Medical. He had underlying conditions.
A 61-year-old male in Multnomah County who checked favorable on April 13 and died on May 6, in his home. He had underlying conditions.
An 85-year-old lady in Multnomah County who evaluated favorable on April 11 and died on June 20, at Providence Portland Medical. She had hidden conditions.
A 61-year-old female in Douglas County who checked favorable on June 28 and passed away on July 12, at Covenant Hospital in Lubbock, Texas. She had hidden conditions.

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In an effort by the state to slow the spread of the virus, brand-new rules on face masks and gatherings entered into put on Wednesday. Indoor events of more than 10 individuals are not enabled. Services are omitted. Face masks will be required outside for individuals who cant keep a distance of at least 6 feet far from others.

There has actually been a total of 13,081 recognized COVID-19 cases in Oregon throughout the pandemic. A total of 311,111 tests have actually been completed with 298,705 (94%) returning unfavorable..

The Oregon Health Authority (OHA) also announced 4 more individuals have actually passed away. The following details was launched about the four individuals who died:

Face masks will be required outside for individuals who cant keep a distance of at least 6 feet away from others.

There were 2,043 brand-new cases taped last week, a 7% increase from the previous week. The favorable test rate likewise increased last week to 6.2%, compared to 5% the previous week.