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Oregon reports 41 new COVID-19 deaths – Portland, Oregon

Portland, Oregon 2021-10-19 17:02:38 –

Portland, Oregon (KOIN) —Oregon recorded 41 new COVID-19-related deaths on Tuesday, increasing the state’s death to 4,226, the Oregon Department of Health said.

OHA reported 1,366 new confirmed putative cases, bringing the state to a total of 353,368.

There were 562 COVID hospitalizations on Tuesday, an increase of 1 from Monday and a decrease of 10 in the ICU bed from 130 patients. Of the 706 adult ICU beds in Oregon, 56 were available on Tuesday (8% availability) and 292 of the 4,127 (7%) adult non-ICU beds were available. According to OHA, Region 6 did not have an ICU bed available on Tuesday.

OHA reported the addition of 8,804 new COVID-19 vaccines to the state’s immune registries on October 18.

Of that total, 4,438 were administered on October 18. There were 793 first doses, 732 second doses, and 2,799 third and subsequent doses. The remaining 4,366, which was administered the day before, was registered in the vaccine registry on October 18. The 7-day moving average is currently 9,511 times per day.

Oregon is currently receiving Pfizer Community 3,184,813 doses, Modana 1,931,989 doses, and Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine 223,288 doses.

To date, 2,788,567 people have been vaccinated with COVID-19 vaccine at least once, and 2,574,554 have completed the COVID-19 vaccine series.

Incident and death

Newly confirmed estimated COVID-19 cases reported on Tuesday were Baker (7), Benton (44), Craccamus (87), Krattsop (13), Colombia (14), Couse (29), Crook (42). ) Was a county. ), Curry (8), Deschutz (73), Douglas (44), Gilliam (3), Grant (15), Harney (17), Hood River (3), Jackson (56), Jefferson (14), Josephine (14) 14), Klamath (81), Lake (14), Lane (124), Lincoln (22), Linn (60), Malheur (26), Marion (116), Morrow (4), Multnomah (123), Polk ( 51), Sherman (2), Tillamook (7), Umatilla (72), Union (3), Wallowa (3), Wasco (22), Washington (107), Wheeler (9), and Yamhill (37).

Details about recent deaths were not immediately available.

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