PORTLAND, Ore. (KTVZ) – There have been new COVID-19-related deaths in Oregon, bringing the state’s death toll 2,502, the Oregon Health Authority reported Monday.
The OHA also reported 540 new confirmed and assumed cases of COVID-19 as of 12:01 a.m. on Monday, bringing the state to a total of 186,877.
Vaccination in Oregon
The OHA reported Monday that 17,897 new doses of the COVID-19 vaccine have been added to the state’s vaccination registers. Of all these, 15,437 doses were given on Sunday and 2,460 were given the previous day. But was entered into the vaccine registers on Sunday.
The average 7-day running is now 33,153 doses per day.
Oregon now delivered 1,647,730 first and second doses of 1,647,730 Pfizer and 1,317,295 first and second doses of Moderna and 97,625 single doses of Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine on Monday. Of the 1,295,638 COVID-19 vaccines, 1,860,194 were given at least one dose.
Cumulative daily totals can take several days to conclude because providers have 72 hours to report dosing and technical challenges, delaying many providers reporting. A technique to vaccination sites to improve the timeliness of input into the state’s ALERT Immunization Information System (IIS).
To date, 1,939,275 doses of Pfizer, 1,584,800 Moderna, and 229,500 Johnson & Johnson’s COVID-19 vaccine have been delivered to areas across Oregon.
These information are preliminary and are subject to change.
The OHA dashboard provides regularly updated vaccination information, and the Oregon dashboard was updated Monday.
New features published on the vaccination dashboard.
The statewide and county-wide graphs shown in the COVID-19 Vaccination Trends Dashboard show the average 7-day COVID-19 vaccine dose used.This improves the sharing of information for doses obtained over time. Go and it may be useful to show trends in less populated counties.
The COVID-19 vaccination metrics dashboard now has a toggle switch that allows users to choose between two different demographics: Total Oregon Population and Eligible Oregon Population. Get the COVID-19 vaccine.The entire Oregon population includes all people in Oregon, while the eligible population includes only those aged 16 and over, as of today, 42.9% of the entire Oregon population. Has received at least one vaccination against COVID-19, compared to 52.4% of those aged 16 and over in Oregon.
The number of COVID-19 hospitalizations across Oregon is 351, six of them more than Sunday.There were 80 COVID-19 patients in intensive care (ICU) beds, four. More days
The total number of bedside days of COVID-19 infected patients over the past seven days was 2,354, an 18% increase from the previous seven days. The last seven days are 351 beds.
The total number of patients in the hospital bed may change during the reporting time. The figures do not represent a day’s admission or length of hospital stay. This information does not record employee restrictions and may further limit bed capacity.
More information about the hospital’s capabilities can be found here.
St. Charles Bend reported 35 COVID-19 cases at 4 a.m. Monday, eight of them in the ICU with six ventilators.
Cases and deaths
New confirmed and presumed COVID-19 patients reported Monday were in the following counties: Baker (1), Benton (12), Clackamas (91), Clatsop (3), Columbia (5). , Coos (1), Crook (3)), Deschutes (49), Douglas (10), Harney (2), Hood River (1), Jackson (16), Jefferson ( 1), Josephine (3), Lane (56), Lincoln (4), Lynn (42), Marion (74), Multnomah (137), Polk (12), Sherman (1), Tillamook ( 2), Wallowa (1), Washington (1) and Yamhill (12).
The 2,502 Oregon death of COVID-19 was a 70-year-old Douglas County woman who was positively diagnosed on April 2 and died May 1 at Merrill Medical Center. CC She has the basic conditions
Learn more about COVID-19 vaccination.
To learn more about the COVID-19 vaccine situation in Oregon, visit the OHA web page (in English or Spanish), which includes distribution details and other information.