The OHA said they met the governor’s goal of getting 12,000 vaccinations a day last week.
PORTLAND, Ore. (KTVZ) – There were 29 new COVID-19-related deaths in Oregon, bringing the state’s death toll to 1,737, with 1,152 new cases and vaccinations. More than 16,000 new
The OHA reported 1,152 confirmed and presumed new COVID-19 cases as of 12:01 a.m. Thursday, bringing the state to 130,246.
Vaccination in Oregon
On Thursday, the health agency reported 16,355 new doses of the COVID-19 vaccine were added to the state’s vaccination registers. Of all these, 10,172 vaccinations were given on Wednesday and 6,183 were received the day before. But received vaccine registration on Wednesday.
Based on the updated sum, the OHA announced that nationwide vaccination sites met Gov. Kate Brown’s goal of getting 12,000 vaccinations a day late last week. The vaccine provider in Oregon delivers the vaccine. Pfizer-BioNTech and Moderna amounted to 12,039 doses on Friday, Jan. 8, the governor scheduled to meet the benchmark by the end of the two-week period starting on Jan. 4.
Cumulative daily totals can take several days to conclude because providers have 72 hours to report dosing and technical challenges, delaying reporting by many providers. Health authorities have provided technical support to vaccination sites to improve the timeliness of entry into the state’s ALERT Immunization Information System (IIS).
“As we met the Governor’s goal of getting 12,000 vaccinations in one day last week,” said OHA Director Patrick Allen, “we want to maintain and expand our daily totals. States cannot achieve their goals of vaccination quickly, efficiently and equally all on our own. I am grateful for the hard work that staff at hospitals, area health clinics, and other venues have done to vaccinate Oregon residents. Vaccines are the safest and most effective way we can end this epidemic. “
Oregon is now giving the first and second total of 146,137 cumulative doses of the COVID-19 vaccine. All vaccinations are performed by Oregon hospitals, long-term care facilities, emergency medical services (EMS), urgent care and local health authorities (LPHAs).
To date, 321,425 doses of the vaccine have been shipped to sites across Oregon.
These are preliminary and subject to change. The OHA dashboard provides regularly updated vaccination information.
St. Charles reportedly had the vaccine. Pfizer-BioNTech 5,456 times as early as Thursday. The hospital system also announced late Wednesday that those in Phase 1a priority groups can schedule vaccine appointments directly on their website.
The number of COVID-19 hospitalizations across Oregon was 415, 19 fewer than Wednesday.There were 101 people with COVID-19 in the intensive care unit (ICU), less than a day. Wed 2 people
The total number of patients in the hospital bed may change during the reporting time. The figures do not represent day admission or length of hospital stay. This information does not record employee restrictions and may further limit bed capacity.
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St. Charles Bend reported 39 cases of COVID-19 as of 4 a.m. Thursday, with nine in the ICU, seven requiring a ventilator.
Cases and deaths
record: The details of the death are pending and will be posted in this updated press release.
New confirmed and presumed COVID-19 patients reported Thursday were in the following counties: Baker (7), Benton (23), Clackamas (70), Clatsop (11), Columbia (15). , Coos (11), Crook (12)), Curry (1), Deschutes (82), Douglas (16), Harney (6), Hood River (9), Jackson (75), Jefferson (12), Josephine ( 18), Klamath (17), Lake (3), Lane (94), Lincoln (2), Lynn (23), Maler (14), Marion (137), Morrow (9. ), Multnomah (185), Polk (13), Umatiya (60), Union (19), Wasco (14), Washington (162), Wheeler (2) and Yamhill (30).
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