PORTLAND, Oregon (KTVZ) – COVID-19 has killed 13 more in Oregon, bringing the state’s death toll to 1,150, along with 1,440 new cases, the Oregon Health Authority reported on Saturday .
The OHA reported 1,440 new confirmed and suspected COVID-19 cases as of midnight 01 Saturday, bringing the state total to 92,839 cases and 2,137,343 negative test results.
The new confirmed and suspected COVID-19 cases reported on Saturday are in the following counties: Baker (2), Benton (37), Clackamas (99), Clatsop (8), Columbia (4), Coos (8), Crook ( 9), Curry (5), Deschutes (58), Douglas (11), Hood River (21), Jackson (65), Jefferson (24), Josephine (43), Klamath (47), Lake (4), Lane (109), Lincoln (6), Linn (43), Malheur (13), Marion (134), Morrow (5), Multnomah (307), Polk (20), Tillamook (6), Umatilla (36), Union (18), Wallowa (1), Wasco (8), Washington (256), Wheeler (1), Yamhill (32).
Errata: The 858 and 954 deaths from COVID-19 in Oregon, reported on November 25 and December 3, are the same person. The figures have been adjusted accordingly. OHA regrets this error.
The 1,138th death from COVID-19 in Oregon is a 74-year-old woman in Multnomah County who tested positive on December 2 and died on December 9 at Portland Adventist Medical Center. The presence of underlying conditions is being confirmed.
The 1,139th death from COVID-19 in Oregon is a 65-year-old woman in Clackamas County who tested positive on November 16 and died on November 2 at home. She had underlying conditions.
The 1140th death from COVID-19 in Oregon is a 71-year-old woman in Douglas County who tested positive on November 24 and died on December 7 at PeaceHealth Sacred Heart Medical Center. The presence of underlying conditions is being confirmed.
The 1,141st death from COVID-19 in Oregon is a 68-year-old man in Jackson County who tested positive on December 5 and died on December 11 at Providence Medford Medical Center. He had underlying conditions.
The 1,142nd death from COVID-19 in Oregon is a 77-year-old woman in Lane County who tested positive on December 8 and died on December 9 at PeaceHealth Sacred Heart Medical Center-RiverBend. She had underlying conditions.
The 1,143rd COVID-19 death in Oregon is an 86-year-old woman in Lane County who tested positive on November 24 and died on December 6 at home. She had underlying conditions.
The 1,144th death from COVID-19 in Oregon is a 71-year-old woman in Marion County who tested positive on November 30 and died on December 10 at Legacy Silverton Medical Center. She had underlying conditions.
The 1,145th death from COVID-19 in Oregon is a 96-year-old woman in Marion County who tested positive on November 28 and died on December 4 at home. She had underlying conditions.
The 1,146th death from COVID-19 in Oregon is an 89-year-old man in Marion County who tested positive on November 26 and died at home on December 8. He had underlying conditions.
The 1,147th death from COVID-19 in Oregon is a 77-year-old man in Multnomah County who tested positive on November 22 and died on December 10 at Legacy Mt. Hood Medical Center. He had underlying conditions.
The 1,148th death from COVID-19 in Oregon is a 65-year-old woman in Union County who tested positive on November 29 and died on December 9 in Grande Ronde hospital. She had underlying conditions.
The 1,149th death from COVID-19 in Oregon is an 88-year-old woman in Washington County who tested positive on November 19 and died on December 9 at Legacy Meridian Park Medical Center. The presence of underlying conditions is being confirmed.
The 1,150th death from COVID-19 in Oregon is a 72-year-old woman in Hood River County who tested positive on December 9 and died on December 10. The location of death and the presence of underlying conditions are being confirmed.
OHA Statement on EUA for Pfizer-BioNTech Vaccine
The Oregon Health Authority is heartened by news that the United States Food and Drug Administration issued the first emergency use authorization on Dec. 11 for a vaccine to prevent COVID-19.
The vaccine, manufactured by Pfizer-BioNTech, was found to be 95% effective in Phase 3 clinical trials that involved more than 40,000 participants and caused only mild, temporary side effects, including pain at the site of the patient. injection, fatigue, headache, muscle pain, chills, joint pain and fever.
The OHA is committed to working with hospitals and other health care providers, as well as pharmacies, long-term care facilities, and community organizations across Oregon to distribute the vaccine quickly, efficiently, and in a culturally appropriate manner to health workers, and to long – term care staff and residents.
The agency is engaged in a strong, comprehensive, state-wide effort to connect with individuals and organizations representing communities of color, tribal communities, and people with intellectual and developmental disabilities through through a diverse vaccine advisory committee that co-creates a vaccine distribution plan focused on the experiences of these populations.
“This is truly a historic moment that we should be celebrating,” said Patrick Allen, director of the OHA. “But we are far from being out of the woods in this pandemic. For most of us, getting the COVID-19 vaccine takes several months. far away, and during that time we will see more cases and, tragically, more deaths.
“Everyone should have the opportunity to be vaccinated when it becomes available, so we must continue to do our part to protect our families, our neighbors and ourselves by doubling the basic actions that prevent the virus from spreading. propagate. ”
They include wearing a mask, practicing physical distancing, avoiding gatherings and meetings, avoiding travel, washing your hands, and staying home if you are sick.
|County||Case 1||Total name of décès2|
1 This includes cases confirmed by diagnostic tests and suspected cases. Presumptive cases are those without a positive diagnostic test who present with COVID-19-like symptoms and have had close contact with a confirmed case. The county of residence for cases may change as new information becomes available. If any changes occur, we will update our accounts accordingly.
2 For more details on those who died from COVID-19 in Oregon, please see our press releases.
ELR (electronic laboratory reports) received 12/11
(As of 12/03/2020, the Oregon Health Authority has moved to reporting total electronic laboratory reports (ELRs), rather than reporting the total number of people tested. Electronic laboratory reports better reflect the total test volume for a county and may include duplicate positives and / or duplicate negatives for individuals.)
|County||Total ELR||ELR negative||ELR positives||Positivity of the ELR test|
|Clackamas||2 691||2 537||154||5,7%|
|Deschutes||1 073||1 011||62||5,8%|
|Jackson||1 172||1 085||87||7,4%|
|way||2 400||2 320||80||3,3%|
|Marion||2 274||1 982||292||12,8%|
|Multnomah||5 771||5 354||417||7,2%|
|Washington||3 384||3 081||303||9,0%|
Total ELRs received
|County||Total ELR||ELR negative||ELR positives||Positivity of the ELR test|
|boulanger||5 637||4 367||1 270||22,53%|
|Curved on||65 190||63 351||1 839||2,82%|
|Clackamas||240 058||227 814||12 244||5,10%|
|Clatsop||19 426||18 559||867||4,46%|
|Columbia||22 503||21 591||912||4,05%|
|Coos||19 827||19 193||634||3,20%|
|Crook||8 603||8 049||554||6,44%|
|Curry||4 409||4 273||136||3,08%|
|Deschutes||87 169||82 241||4 928||5,65%|
|Douglas||34 652||33 611||1 041||3,00%|
|Grant||2 356||2 167||189||8,02%|
|Harney||2 024||1 886||138||6,82%|
|Hood River||17 767||17 002||765||4,31%|
|Jackson||108 367||102 471||5 896||5,44%|
|Jefferson||10 552||9 474||1 078||10,22%|
|Josephine||27 138||26 391||747||2,75%|
|Klamath||25 738||24 251||1 487||5,78%|
|Lac||1 722||1 481||241||14,00%|
|way||186 640||181 093||5 547||2,97%|
|Lincoln||27 091||25 414||1 677||6,19%|
|Linn||66 930||62 667||4 263||6,37%|
|Misfortune||16 840||12 806||4 034||23,95%|
|Marion||184 419||168 153||16 266||8,82%|
|Morrow||4 770||3 888||882||18,49%|
|Multnomah||551 660||520 529||31 131||5,64%|
|Polk||34 699||32 697||2 002||5,77%|
|Tillamook||8 007||7 818||189||2,36%|
|Umatilla||39 622||34 383||5 239||13,22%|
|union||6 861||6 137||724||10,55%|
|Wallowa||1 435||1 385||50||3,48%|
|Wasco||16 016||15 152||864||5,39%|
|Washington||352 207||332 433||19 774||5,61%|
|Yamhill||66 134||62 988||3 146||4,76%|
|final sum||2,268,164||2 137 343||130 821||5,77%|
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