No brand-new deaths associated with coronavirus were reported. The overall variety of coronavirus cases in Oregon is now 8,341.
This is the fifth day throughout the pandemic that the number of day-to-day coronavirus cases in Oregon has actually passed 200.
PORTLAND, Ore– Health officials on Sunday revealed 247 brand-new and presumptive cases of COVID-19 in Oregon. This is the third day in a row and the 5th day during the pandemic that the states overall day-to-day numbers have actually surpassed 200.
Here are the counties where the brand-new cases were reported:
Clackamas: 18Clatsop: 1Columbia: 1Deschutes: 8Jackson: 9Jefferson: 3Josephine: 1Lane: 3Lincoln: 3Malheur: 11Marion: 43Morrow: 8Multnomah: 52Polk: 3Umatilla: 48Union: 2Wasco: 3Washington: 29Yamhill: 1
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Workplace break outs have been among numerous aspects blamed for the increase of COVID-19 cases across the state over the previous month, OHA said.
She motivated all Oregonians to stay at home over the upcoming Fourth of July weekend and keep backyard barbecues to family members only..
” We know that following the Memorial Day weekend, that we saw a spike in cases, if we advance this path, we will need to begin buttoning down the economy,” Governor Brown said.
In a press conference on Saturday, Oregon Governor Kate Brown stated the rise in COVID-19 infections statewide was “very worrying.” She said she will be monitoring infection rates and healthcare worker capacity really closely.
Umatilla County again posted a high number of brand-new cases. The county is home to Hermiston and Pendleton. In the last 2 weeks, Umatilla has seen a 173% increase in positive cases. (On June 14 the county had actually 171 cases compared to the 467 total as of June 28.).
According to the OHA weekly report, which examines data in the state since Sun., June 21, there were 2 active work environment outbreaks in Hermiston. One at Medelez Trucking, which had actually 29 cases linked to a break out and the other at a potato processing facility, Lamb Weston, which had 37 cases.
On the subject of closing bars and dining establishments, if the states numbers continue to increase, the guv said “all options are on the table.”.
Umatilla County again published a high number of brand-new cases. The county is home to Hermiston and Pendleton. In the last two weeks, Umatilla has seen a 173% increase in favorable cases. (On June 14 the county had actually 171 cases compared to the 467 overall as of June 28.).