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Oregon reports 5 more COVID-19-related deaths and 536 new cases



Portland, Oregon (KTVZ)-The Oregon Department of Health reported on Saturday that there were 5 new deaths related to COVID-19 in Oregon, bringing the state’s death toll to 2,154.

As of 12:01 am on Saturday, the Oregon Department of Health has reported 536 newly confirmed and presumptive COVID-19 cases, bringing the state’s total to 152,711.

Vaccinations in Oregon

The OHA reported on Saturday that the State Immunization Registry added 25,602 new doses of the COVID-19 vaccine. Of this total, 20,646 doses were injected on Friday and 4,956 doses were injected a few days ago, but the vaccine was registered on Friday.

Since it takes 72 hours for providers to report the administered dose, and technical difficulties have caused many providers to lag in reporting, the final cumulative total daily time may take several days. OHA has been providing technical support for vaccination sites to improve the timeliness of its data input into the state ALERT immune information system (IIS).

Oregon has now administered 781

,202 first and second doses of COVID-19 vaccine. To date, 924,575 doses of vaccine have been distributed throughout Oregon.

These data are preliminary and may change at any time. The OHA dashboard provides regularly updated vaccination data, and the Oregon dashboard has been updated on Saturday.

Weather-related issues in the past week may have caused changes in the daily volume trend of OHA reports, which is an update on cumulative doses, daily doses and doses delivered to Oregon. OHA will maintain regular contact with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to update the delivery schedule and ensure that the Oregon dose is safely delivered to the vaccination site in Oregon.

Due to winter weather issues affecting transportation in Memphis, Tennessee, the dose scheduled for delivery last week may be shipped this weekend or early next week.

If you plan to vaccinate and have questions about potential delays or interruptions, please contact the planned vaccine provider for the latest updates.

COVID-19 hospitalization

The number of COVID-19 hospitalizations in Oregon was 163, a decrease of 13 from Friday. There are 51 COVID-19 patients in the intensive care unit (ICU) beds, 2 more than Friday.

Between reporting times, the total number of patients in the bed may fluctuate. These figures do not reflect the number of hospital admissions per day, nor the length of hospital stay. Staffing restrictions are not included in this data and may further restrict beds.

For more information on hospital capacity, please see here.

Cases and deaths

The newly confirmed and presumptive COVID-19 cases reported on Saturday are in the following counties: Baker (4), Benton (5), Clackamas (26), Krathorpe (2), Columbia (10), Coos (14) ), Crook (5)), Curry (7), Shute (15), Douglas (20), Hood River (2), Jackson (38), Jefferson (4), Josephine (18), Klamath Si (5), Lake (5), Lane (41), Lincoln (1), Lynn (6), Marshall (5), Marion (55), Morrow (6), Multnomah (69) ), Polk (15), Tiramuk (1), Umatiya (72), Union (1), Wallowa (1), Washington (66) and Yamhill (17).

As a backlog of approximately 1,400 test results was received on February 19, the number of cases in Umatilla County was higher than expected. These test results are from June 2020 to January 2021. At the time of the positive test, the case was investigated and interviewed locally, but it was not reported electronically to OHA.

The 2150th person to die from COVID-19 in Oregon was an 86-year-old man in Jackson County. He tested positive on January 23 and died at his residence on February 7. He has the basic conditions.

The 2151th person who died of COVID-19 in Oregon was a 69-year-old man from Lynn County. He tested positive on February 18 and died on February 18. The place of death and the existence of underlying disease are still being confirmed.

The 2,152 COVID-19 deaths in Oregon were a 66-year-old woman from Marion County who tested positive on December 23 and died at Providence St. Vincent Medical Center on January 29. The existence of underlying conditions is being confirmed.

The 2,153 COVID-19 death in Oregon was a 70-year-old male who died in Multnomah County. He tested positive on February 17 and died at Legacy Good Samaritan Medical Center on February 18. He has basic conditions.

The 2154th COVID-19 death in Oregon was a 90-year-old man in Washington County who tested positive on December 22 and died at Providence St. Vincent Medical Center on February 7. The existence of underlying conditions is being confirmed.

county Total number of cases1 piece Total deaths2
Baker 629 7
Single-minded 2,248 16
Clackamas 13,196 169
Krathorpe 766 6
Colombia 1,208 twenty one
Kus 1,347 18 years old
con man 765 18 years old
curry 394 6
Deschute 5,839 58
Douglas 2,312 51
Gilliam 53 1 piece
Grant 221 1 piece
Hani 266 6
Hood River 1,057 29
Jackson 8,115 108
Jefferson 1,918 27
Josephine 2,266 48
Klamath 2,752 54
lake 373 6
Lane 10,033 121
Lincoln 1,120 19
Lynn 3,533 55
unfortunately 3,331 58
Marion 18,171 280
tomorrow 1,031 13
Multnomah 31,526 514
Polk 2,978 42
Sherman 52 0
Tiramuk 403 2
Umatilla 7,580 80
alliance 1,264 19
Wallowa 142 4
Vasco 1,218 25
Washington state 20,866 209
Wheeler twenty two 1 piece
Sam Hill 3,716 62
Statewide 152,711 2,154

1 pieceThis includes cases confirmed by diagnostic tests and presumptive cases. Presumed cases are those without a positive diagnostic test, they show symptoms similar to COVID-19 and are in close contact with confirmed cases. As new information emerges, the county where the case resides may change. If there is a change, we will update the count accordingly.

2For more detailed information about individuals who died of COVID-19 in Oregon, please refer to our press release.

Received Electronic Laboratory Report (ELR) on February 19, 2021

county Negative ELR Positive ELR Total ELR Positive rate
Baker 20 1 piece twenty one 4.76%
Single-minded 536 5 541 0.92%
Clackamas 834 15 849 1.77%
Krathorpe 39 0 39 0.00%
Colombia 97 14 111 12.61%
Kus 246 17 263 6.46%
con man 17 3 20 15.00%
curry 30 6 36 16.67%
Deschute 301 7 308 2.27%
Douglas 215 15 230 6.52%
Gilliam 4 0 4 0.00%
Grant 1 piece 0 1 piece 0.00%
Hani 10 0 10 0.00%
Hood River 86 0 86 0.00%
Jackson 359 32 391 8.18%
Jefferson 100 4 104 3.85%
Josephine 169 15 184 8.15%
Klamath 35 1 piece 36 2.78%
lake 5 1 piece 6 16.67%
Lane 2,129 32 2,161 1.48%
Lincoln 74 0 74 0.00%
Lynn 342 5 347 1.44%
unfortunately 25 5 30 16.67%
Marion 593 54 647 8.35%
tomorrow 17 1 piece 18 years old 5.56%
Multnomah 2,003 42 2,045 2.05%
Polk 175 13 188 6.91%
Sherman 4 0 4 0.00%
Tiramuk twenty one 0 twenty one 0.00%
Umatilla 92 3 95 3.16%
alliance 14 0 14 0.00%
Wallowa 3 0 3 0.00%
Vasco 121 0 121 0.00%
Washington state 1,467 62 1,529 4.05%
Wheeler 1 piece 0 1 piece 0.00%
Sam Hill 178 12 190 6.32%
Statewide 10,363 365 10,728 3.40%

Cumulative electronic laboratory report

county Negative ELR Positive ELR Total ELR Positive rate
Baker 7,842 1,529 9,371 16.32%
Single-minded 102,062 3,297 105,359 3.13%
Clackamas 334,746 18,402 353,148 5.21%
Krathorpe 25,893 1,243 27,136 4.58%
Colombia 31,435 1,533 32,968 4.65%
Kus 29,950 1,379 31,329 4.40%
con man 11,808 997 12,805 7.79%
curry 7,875 316 8,191 3.86%
Deschute 126,249 7,481 133,730 5.59%
Douglas 50,536 1,923 52,459 3.67%
Gilliam 887 28 915 3.06%
Grant 3,298 176 3,474 5.07%
Hani 2,534 207 2,741 7.55%
Hood River 24,698 1,314 26,012 5.05%
Jackson 159,709 10,217 169,926 6.01%
Jefferson 14,741 1,629 16,370 9.95%
Josephine 43,242 2,127 45,269 4.70%
Klamath 37,036 2,782 39,818 6.99%
lake 2,421 356 2,777 12.82%
Lane 340,959 11,144 352,103 3.16%
Lincoln 34,262 2,132 36,394 5.86%
Lynn 102,582 6,474 109,056 5.94%
unfortunately 17,476 4,545 22,021 20.64%
Marion 253,807 25,490 279,297 9.13%
tomorrow 5,393 1,189 6,582 18.06%
Multnomah 771007 43,376 814,383 5.33%
Polk 52,558 3,643 56,201 6.48%
Sherman 1,083 47 1,130 4.16%
Tiramuk 10,929 359 11,288 3.18%
Umatilla 49,990 7,859 57,849 13.59%
alliance 9,775 950 10,725 8.86%
Wallowa 2,004 72 2,076 3.47%
Vasco 26,094 1,277 27,371 4.67%
Washington state 483,252 29,159 512,411 5.69%
Wheeler 331 20 351 5.70%
Sam Hill 98,405 5,074 103,479 4.90%
Statewide 3,276,769 199,746 3,476,515 5.75%

Learn more about COVID-19 vaccination

To learn more about the COVID-19 vaccine situation in Oregon, please visit our web page, which provides a breakdown of the distribution and other useful information.


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