The Oregon Department of Health announced 292 new cases of COVID-19 on Sunday, with no new deaths.
It has been a year since the first case of coronavirus was discovered in Oregon. Since then, more than 155,000 Oregonians have been infected or presumably infected with the virus, and more than 2,200 Oregonians with COVID-19 have died.
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Governor Kate Brown issued a statement on Sunday describing the impact of COVID-19 on the state. She pointed out that Oregon’s infection rate, hospitalization rate and death rate in the state remained at the lowest level, while acknowledging the disproportionate impact of the epidemic on people of color.
Brown said: “Today, we remember the more than 2,200 Oregonians we lost every day.” “Our hearts are with families who have lost loved ones due to this deadly disease. We must continue to wear masks and avoid contact with people outside the family. People gather, keep their distance, wash their hands, and stay home when they are sick to ensure each other’s safety.”
New cases are divided by county: Baker (1), Benton (7), Clackmas (26), Columbia (4), Coos (10), Curry (3), Shute (6), Douglas (11), Grant (1) , Hood River (1)), Jackson (21), Jefferson (3), Josephine (3), Klamath (2), Lake (1), Lane (36), Lincoln (1), Lynn (4) ), Mahler (1), Marion (52)), Morrow (2), Multnomah (25), Polk (11), Umatilla (8), Washington (42) and Yamhill (10).
Who died: State health authorities did not report any new COVID deaths on Sunday.
Infection rate: On Sunday, the state reported 350 new positive tests out of the 10,336 tests performed, with a positive rate of 3.4%.
Who is in the hospital: The state reported 134 Oregonians with confirmed coronavirus infection were hospitalized on Sunday, 14 fewer than Saturday. Among them, 26 coronavirus patients are in the intensive care unit, 5 fewer than Saturday.
vaccination: Oregon has received 1,194,495 doses of the first dose and the second dose of 973,022 doses, accounting for approximately 81.5% of its supply. The State of Oregon reported 29,330 new doses, including 19,513 doses on Saturday and the remaining doses from the previous few days.
Since the beginning: Oregon has reported 155,597 confirmed or presumptive cases of infection and 2,208 deaths, which is the country with the lowest number per capita in the United States. To date, the state has reported 3,590,431 laboratory reports from testing.
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