Oregon reports 4 COVID-19 deaths, 408 cases; wife of Warm Springs chief dies – KTVZ

OHA reported 408 new validated and presumptive cases of COVID-19 since 12:01 a.m. Saturday, bringing the state total to 16,492 cases, together with 357,518 negative test outcomes.

Oregons 283rd COVID-19 death is a 66-year-old male in Multnomah County who evaluated favorable on June 14 and died on July 14 at Adventist Medical. He had underlying conditions.

The couple married 60 years back, according to a bio of Delvis Heath. The household for many years ran the Chief Heath horse stables at Kah-Nee-Ta High Desert Resort and Casino. They also raised and raced thoroughbreds and quarter horses, and ran several head of cattle on the reservation variety.

Oregons 285th COVID-19 death is an 87-year-old male in Multnomah County who evaluated favorable on July 7 and passed away on July 17. His location of death and hidden conditions are being verified.

Warm Springs reported 152 COVID-19 cases as of Friday and 1,568 negative test results and 92 recuperated cases.

” She was a cherished mom, grandma and adviser to her hubby,” the people said. “Her youth was invested in Celilo Village and (she) relocated to Warm Springs Reservation after marrying Mr. Delvis Heath. The Warm Springs community was blessed with her care and love for her tribal people.”

Oregons 286th COVID-19 death is an 85-year-old man in Umatilla County who tested favorable on July 14 and died on July 24. His place of death and hidden conditions are being validated.

The new cases remain in the following counties: Baker (2 ), Benton (1 ), Clackamas (30 ), Columbia (1 ), Coos (3 ), Crook (1 ), Deschutes (19 ), Douglas (6 ), Harney (1 ), Hood River (5 ), Jackson (7 ), Jefferson (9 ), Josephine (5 ), Klamath (3 ), Lane (5 ), Lincoln (2 ), Linn (3 ), Malheur (11 ), Marion (52 ), Morrow (10 ), Multnomah (73 ), Polk (11 ), Umatilla (80 ), Wasco (2 ), Washington (58 ), and Yamhill (8 ).

PORTLAND, Ore. (KTVZ)– COVID-19 has actually declared 4 more lives in Oregon, raising the states death toll to 286, together with 408 brand-new cases, including 29 in Central Oregon, the Oregon Health Authority reported Saturday.

Shirley Stayhi Heath, the wife of veteran Warm Springs Chief Delvis Heath Sr. and a Yakama tribal member, died on Thursday, according to a news release that said COVID-19 was the reason for her death.

The Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs launched more information late Friday of the reservations first COVID-19 related death.

See table below for total cases, deaths and negative tests by county.

Oregons 284th COVID-19 death is an 88-year-old male in Multnomah County who evaluated positive on July 10 and died on July 21 in his house. He had underlying conditions.

County
Cases1
Total deaths2
Negative tests3

Baker
19
0
799

Benton
133
6
7,772

Clackamas
1255
34
34,806

Clatsop
68
0
3,255

Columbia
67
0
3,963

Coos
79
0
3,573

Criminal
31
1
1,450

Curry
13
0
931

Deschutes
439
3
15,490

Douglas
116
1
7,158

Gilliam
3
0
142

Grant
2
0
474

Harney
6
0
513

Hood River
149
0
3,336

Jackson
276
0
16,858

Jefferson
253
0
2,800

Josephine
84
1
6,023

Klamath
180
1
6,523

Lake
31
0
415

Lane
440
3
37,144

Lincoln
379
8
6,384

Linn
218
10
9,784

Malheur
566
7
2,777

Marion
2,385
64
26,523

Morrow
232
1
996

Multnomah
3,883
81
78,926

Polk
243
12
4,200

Sherman
8
0
231

Tillamook
24
0
1,852

Umatilla
1,638
16
7,562

Union
385
2
2,239

Wallowa
18
1
588

Wasco
141
3
2,991

Washington
2,457
21
50,514

Wheeler
0
0
132

Yamhill
271
9
8,444

Overall
16,492
282
357,518

1This consists of cases verified by diagnostic screening and presumptive cases. Presumptive cases are those without a favorable diagnostic test who provide COVID-19-like signs and had close contact with a verified case.

2For additional details on people who have actually died from COVID-19 in Oregon, please refer to our press releases.

3This includes cases who evaluate negative and are not epi-linked to a confirmed case.

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Oregon reaction: The Oregon Health Authority and Oregon Office of Emergency Management lead the state action.

“Her youth was spent in Celilo Village and (she) moved to Warm Springs Reservation after marrying Mr. Delvis Heath. The Warm Springs neighborhood was blessed with her care and love for her tribal individuals.”

United States response: The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention leads the U.S. action.

International action: The World Health Organization guides the global response.

1This consists of cases confirmed by diagnostic screening and presumptive cases. Presumptive cases are those without a positive diagnostic test who provide COVID-19-like symptoms and had close contact with a verified case. County of home for cases might alter as new information ends up being offered.