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Coronavirus in Oregon: 888 cases, 3 deaths



The Oregon Health Authority reported 3 COVID-19 deaths and 888 new cases on Saturday, which continue to show a continuous increase, which is expected to continue until May.

As of April 11 (Sunday), the state recorded 3,722 confirmed or presumptive infections, a 26% increase from the previous week. The new cases again exceeded the increase in weekly testing, which was 11%. Zip codes outside the Portland area were the latest cases last week, and several rural areas had the highest transmission rates.

On Monday, the state will open vaccination to Oregonians aged 1

6 and over, who originally planned to wait longer before getting the vaccine. Oregon does not seem to receive more vaccine supplies, so only those who are quick and close can find a date.

vaccine: Oregon Report 44,308 Newly administered doses, including 27,728 doses Friday The rest was managed in the first few days.

The new cases are divided by county: Baker (6), Benton (7), Clarkmas (96), Krathorpe (8), Columbia (7), Coos (2), Crook (10), Curry (2), Deshu Te (94), Douglas (16), Gillam (1), Grant (2), Harney (1), Jackson (58), Jefferson (6), Josephine (13), Klamath (45) , Lane (75), Lincoln (5), Lynn (37), Malheur (2), Marion (79), Morrow (1), Multnomah (161), Polk (12), Tillamook (4), Umatilla (15) ), Wasco (3), Washington (103), Yamhill (17).

Who died: Oregon died of COVID-19 in 2458. It was a 66-year-old Multnomah County man who tested positive on March 26 and died at Legacy Mountain Hood Medical Center on April 15.

Oregon died of COVID-19 in 2459. He was a 68-year-old man from Multnomah County. He tested positive on April 13 and died at Legacy Mountain Hood Medical Center on April 15. .

The 2460th death from COVID-19 in Oregon was a 58-year-old Yamhill County man who tested positive on February 19 and died at his home on April 7.

Everyone has a basic health condition, or state officials are working to determine whether the person has a basic health condition.

Hospitalization: 200 People diagnosed with COVID-19 have been hospitalized, one more than last Friday.Including 47 people in the intensive care unit Fives From Friday.

Since the beginning: Oregon has reported 174,501 confirmed or presumptive cases of infection and 2,460 deaths, which is the country with the lowest number per capita in the United States.So far, the state has reported 2,491,449 Vaccination dose.

— Oregonian / OregonLive


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