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The number of COVID-19 cases in Oregon reached 575 on Thursday, the highest daily total during the pandemic | News



Portland, Oregon (KPTV)-The number of daily cases in Oregon once again exceeds the highest total in the state during the pandemic.

The Oregon Department of Health reported 575 newly confirmed and presumed coronavirus cases on Thursday, bringing the total statewide to 43,793.

During the pandemic, more than 805,000 cases of COVID-19 were tested negative in Oregon.

On October 23, the Oregon Department of Health reported 550 new COVID-19 cases, which was the highest number of daily cases during the pandemic in the state at the time.

On Tuesday, due to COVID-1

9, Governor Kate Brown extended the state of emergency in Oregon until January 2, 2021.

Regarding the daily number of cases in the OHA state Thursday, “preliminary data shows that this increase reflects the continued widespread community transmission, leading to small groups and outbreaks across the state.”

OHA requires people to take protective measures to slow the spread of the disease, including wearing masks and changing Halloween plans to avoid door-to-door trick-or-treating and costume parties with family members.

The new cases reported on Thursday are in the following counties:

  • Baker, 7 years old
  • Benton at 15
  • Clackamas, 62 years old
  • Krathorpe 2
  • Colombia, 1
  • Coos 2
  • Liar, 1
  • Deschutes, 25
  • Douglas, 4 years old
  • Grant 1
  • Hani, 1
  • Hood River, 5
  • 54-year-old Jackson
  • Jefferson 2
  • Josephine, 1
  • Klamath 1
  • Lake 2
  • Lane (17)
  • Lynn (18 years old)
  • Woe, 7
  • Marion (62)
  • 5 years old tomorrow
  • Multnomah, 102
  • Polk, 7 years old
  • Sherman, 1
  • Tillamook 2
  • Umatilla, 42 years old
  • Alliance 7
  • Wallowa, 3 years old
  • Washington 107
  • Yamhill, 9 years old

The OHA also reported two deaths related to COVID-19 on Thursday. They are a 96-year-old woman in Multnomah County. She tested positive on September 24 and was in Legacy Mt. (Legacy Mt. Hood Medical Center and a 94 in Marion County on October 28). The year-old woman tested positive on October 22 and died in her home on October 27. According to health officials, both of them had underlying diseases.

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