PORTLAND, Ore. (KTVZ)– COVID-19 has claimed 5 more lives in Oregon, raising the states death toll to 254, in addition to 307 brand-new cases, 19 of them in Central Oregon, the Oregon Health Authority reported Friday.
All of the homeowners have been checked, Emerson said, and less than 5 staff test outcomes are still being awaited. The individuals who evaluated negative will be retested weekly throughout the break out, she included.
The new cases reported Friday remain in the following counties: Benton (2 ), Clackamas (19 ), Clatsop (1 ), Columbia (2 ), Coos (4 ), Deschutes (12 ), Douglas (3 ), Hood River (2 ), Jackson (12 ), Jefferson (7 ), Josephine (2 ), Klamath (2 ), Lane (10 ), Lincoln (1 ), Linn (3 ), Malheur (9 ), Marion (39 ), Morrow (6 ), Multnomah (88 ), Polk (3 ), Umatilla (38 ), Union (2 ), Wasco (1 ), Washington (37) and Yamhill (2 ).
Oregons 254th COVID-19 death is a 35-year-old woman in Multnomah County who checked positive on July 6 and died on July 11 in her residence. She had underlying medical conditions.
Deschutes County has now had 328 cases, one death and 13,394 negative test results. Scoundrel County has actually had 20 cases, one death and 1,263 unfavorable test results. Jefferson County has had 184 cases, no deaths and 2,470 unfavorable test outcomes, OHA reported.
Oregon Health Authority reported 307 new validated and presumptive cases of COVID-19 as of 12:01 a.m. Friday, bringing the state total to 13,802 cases, together with 310,393 unfavorable test results.
Seven of Deschutes Countys new cases Friday belong to this weeks break out at Mt. Bachelor Memory Care in Bend, where there have actually now been 31 validated cases, Morgan Emerson of the countys Health Services department stated Friday.
Oregons 252nd COVID-19 death is a 99-year-old guy in Marion County who evaluated favorable on July 8 and passed away on July 15 in his home. He had hidden medical conditions.
Oregons 250th COVID-19 death is a 77-year-old man in Wasco County who evaluated favorable on June 27 and died on July 15 at OHSU Hospital. He had underlying conditions.
The 31 cases consist of 22 citizens and nine staff, Emerson stated. Since Friday morning, some have actually revealed signs, while others have not, she stated, however none are hospitalized, and there have actually been no deaths related to the facility.
Oregons 253rd COVID-19 death is an 82-year-old woman in Clackamas County who evaluated favorable on July 6 and died on July 16 in her home. She had underlying medical conditions.
As of Friday morning, St. Charles Bend reported 7 COVID-19 clients, of whom 3 remain in the extensive care unit, and two of those patients are on a ventilator, authorities stated.
Mt. Bachelor Memory Care outbreak now at 31 cases, including 9 staff
Oregons 251st COVID-19 death is a 72-year-old guy in Umatilla County who tested positive on July 8 and died on July 14 in his home. He had no recognized hidden medical conditions.
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