Portland, Oregon 2020-11-21 16:55:30 –
Oregon records its 63,668th case
Portland, Oregon (KOIN) — The Oregon Department of Health reported a record number of COVID-19 confirmed / estimated cases on Saturday: 1,509.
The total for the day increased by 13% (203) from the record 1,306 on Friday. To date, Oregon has recorded 63,668 viruses.
The three county areas of Oregon (Multnomah, Washington, and Clackamas County) accounted for more than half of the cases (759). There were only 414 Mutlnomah.
OHA also added seven new deaths, bringing the state’s coronavirus deaths to 819. All but one victim had an underlying medical condition.
-76-year-old Douglas County man
-84-year-old Jackson County man
-75 year old Colombian county woman
-77-year-old Jackson County woman
-A 83-year-old Jackson County man with no confirmed medical condition
-86-year-old Washington County man
-85-year-old Jackson County woman
Saturday’s total “reflects the accelerated spread of the virus throughout the state,” OHA said in a report.Strict numbers come the next day OHA director Patrick Allen said the state was at a “turning point” and warned that hospital capacity remained a concern...
New confirmed / estimated COVID-19 cases reported on Saturday were Baker (9), Benton (22), Clackamas (122), Clatsop (5), Colombia (10), Couse (6), Crook (3). , Curry (4), Deschutz (35), Douglas (37), Grant (11), Harney (3), Hood River (6), Jackson (63), Jefferson (8), Josephine (16), Clackamas (20) ), Lake (7), Lane (87), Lincoln (4), Lynn (45), Marul (27), Marion (124), Morrow (10), Multnomah (414), Pork (42), Umatilla (40) ), Union (31), Wasco (14), Washington (223), Wheeler (1), and Yamhill (60).
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