OHA reports 294 brand-new cases, consisting of 18 in Central Oregon
Since Thursday, 43 homeowners and 23 personnel have evaluated favorable for the infection, Deschutes County Health Services spokeswoman Morgan Emerson stated.
OHA reported an 85-year-old Deschutes County homeowner evaluated favorable on July 12 and died last Sunday at his home. He had underlying conditions, the company stated.
OHA likewise reported 294 brand-new verified and presumptive cases of COVID-19 since 12:01 a.m. Thursday, bringing the state overall to 22,300 cases and 444,963 unfavorable test results.
Emerson kept in mind that the bulk of personnel who tested favorable did end up being symptomatic. She stated two weeks without any brand-new positive cases will be needed to declare the break out over.
Deschutes County has now had 11 COVID-19 deaths, 621 cases and 19,876 unfavorable test results. Scoundrel County has had one death, 51 cases and 1,857 unfavorable test outcomes. Jefferson County has actually had 4 deaths, 392 cases and 3,671 negative test results.
He was the 8th citizen to pass away in hospice care at Mt. Bachelor Memory Care in Bend, where a break out in recent weeks has actually resulted in 66 verified COVID-19 cases.
PORTLAND, Ore. (KTVZ)– COVID-19 has declared eight more lives in Oregon, raising the states death toll to 383, including Deschutes Countys 11th death– the 8th amongst locals of Mt. Bachelor Memory Care in Bend, the Oregon Health Authority reported Thursday.
The brand-new cases remain in the following counties: Baker (3 ), Benton (5 ), Clackamas (14 ), Columbia (1 ), Crook (1 ), Deschutes (4 ), Hood River (2 ), Jackson (16 ), Jefferson (13 ), Josephine (2 ), Klamath (2 ), Lane (7 ), Lincoln (7 ), Linn (4 ), Malheur (12 ), Marion (35 ), Morrow (6 ), Multnomah (84 ), Polk (6 ), Tillamook (1 ), Umatilla (20 ), Union (2 ), Wasco (2 ), Washington (36 ), and Yamhill (9 ).
Mallory DaCosta, regional vice president of Frontier Management, which manages the facility, supplied a statement Thursday to NewsChannel 21:
Oregons 382nd COVID-19 death is a 78-year-old female in Multnomah County who checked positive on August 6 and passed away on August 7 at Providence Portland Medical. She had underlying conditions.
Oregons 378th COVID-19 death is an 80-year-old female in Clackamas County who checked favorable on August 2 and died on August 9. More details about existence of underlying conditions and place of death is being confirmed.
Oregons 376th COVID-19 death is an 83-year-old woman in Malheur County who checked favorable on August 5 and passed away August 10 in her home. She had hidden conditions.
Oregons 381st COVID-19 death is a 55-year-old male in Columbia County who checked positive on August 7 and died on August 9 at Kaiser Sunnyside Medical Center. Existence of hidden conditions is being validated.
Oregons 380th COVID-19 death is an 85-year-old man in Deschutes County who tested positive on July 12 and passed away on August 9 in his house. He had hidden conditions.
Oregons 383rd COVID-19 death is an 84-year-old guy in Multnomah County who tested favorable on July 30 and died on August 9 at Providence Portland Medical. He had hidden conditions.
Oregons 377th COVID-19 death is a 75-year-old man in Multnomah County who tested positive on July 16 and passed away on August 8, at Kaiser Westside Medical Center. He had underlying conditions.
” We are distressed to verify the passing of among our homeowners over the weekend,” the center stated. “This citizen was on hospice prior to the pandemic and did test positive for COVID-19.
” We continue to carry out practices stated by the CDC, as we have considering that the beginning of this unmatched international event. We comforted to report that a large majority of cases remain asymptomatic, or have passed the crucial 20- and 30-day mark.”
Oregons 379th COVID-19 death is an 81-year-old guy in Clackamas County who evaluated favorable on August 5 and died on August 11 at Providence St. Vincent Medical Center. He had underlying conditions.
St. Charles Health System reported 10 COVID-19 patients as of 7:30 a.m. Thursday, 2 of whom were in the ICU on ventilators.
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