Oregon officials announced 756 more confirmed and presumed coronavirus cases in Oregon on Sunday, and three more new deaths were still left as the state passed that step. It was horrible that 2,500 people died.
The latest figures come after dozens of county commanders in Oregon signed a letter asking the government of Kate Brown to lift new restrictions affecting restaurants, bars and other businesses in 15 counties on Friday.
On Friday, Brown defended her decision to move 15 counties covering nearly 70 percent of Oregon’s population into the category. “High risk” for COVID-19 restrictions, saying the show will now save lives Affect the state
Vaccine: Oregon reported 22,443 new doses, including 19,147 on Saturday and the remainder from the previous day.
New cases by district: Benton (16), Clackamas (93), Columbia (4), Crook (8), Deschutes (67), Douglas (11), Grants (1), Hood River. (6), Jackson (13), Jefferson (4), Josephine (10), Klamath (35), Lane (56), Lincoln (3), Lynn (24). , Mulhair (1), Marion (81), Morrow (1), Malnomah (217), Polk (12), Tillamook (2), Union (1), Wasco ( 2), Washington (74) and Yamhill (14).
Who died: The 2,499 Oregon death was a 74-year-old man from Marion County who tested positive on April 17 and died April 29 at Salem Hospital.
Oregon’s 2,500 death was a 72-year-old man from Multnomah County who was positive on April 23 and died April 30.
Oregon’s 2,501 death was an 84-year-old man from Marion County who was found positive on April 19 and died April 29 at Salem Hospital.
Each person has an underlying health condition or government officials are working to determine if the person has the underlying disease.
Hospitalization: 345 confirmed COVID-19 patients were hospitalized, up to 14 from Saturday. That included 76 seriously ill, up five from Saturday.
From the start: Oregon reported 186,344 confirmed or presumed infections and 2,501 deaths, the lowest per capita in the country. To date, the state has reported 3,044,754 vaccine doses.
– Oregon / OregonLive