Oregon Reports No New COVID-19 Deaths for First Time in 2 Months

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Case number of 612 is lowest since early November – but 115 in central Oregon

PORTLAND, Oregon (KTVZ) – The state’s death toll from COVID-19 is unchanged from Friday and remains at 1,422, the Oregon Health Authority reported on Saturday. It was the first daily count without more deaths since October 25.

The Oregon Health Authority reported 612 new confirmed and suspected COVID-19 cases as of midnight 01 Saturday, bringing the state total to 108,326 cases. This is the lowest daily number of cases since November 4, when 597 cases were reported.

However, cases in central Oregon in Saturday’s report have risen significantly from the past few days, totaling 115, including 68 in Deschutes County, 33 in Jefferson County and 14 in Crook County.

The OHA did not provide details on the impact of the Christmas holidays on its daily figures.

COVID-19 hospitalizations

The number of hospital patients with COVID-19 in Oregon is 472, which is unchanged from Friday. There are 97 COVID-19 patients in intensive care unit (ICU) beds, six fewer than Friday.

The total number of patients in hospital beds may fluctuate between reporting times. Figures do not reflect admissions per day or length of hospital stay. Staff limitations are not taken into account in this data and may further limit bed capacity.

For more information on the capacity of the hospital, click here.

Cases and deaths

The new confirmed and suspected COVID-19 cases reported on Saturday are in the following counties: Baker (7), Benton (18), Columbia (15), Crook (14), Deschutes (68), Douglas (9), Harney ( 1), Hood River (6), Jefferson (33), Lane (89), Linn (26), Marion (3), Morrow (6), Multnomah (271), Tillamook (9), Umatilla (37).

County Case (1) Total deaths (2)
boulanger 431 5
Curved on 1 293 11
Clackamas 9 476 111
Clatsop 518 3
Columbia 799 12
Coos 690 6
Crook 429 sept
Curry 264 3
Deschutes 3 801 21
Douglas 1 351 37
Gilliam 33 1
Grant 168 1
Harney 130 1
Hood River 769 11
Jackson 5 551 64
Jefferson 1 378 16
Josephine 1 059 20
Klamath 1 743 16
Lac 189 4
way 6 617 85
Lincoln 839 17
Linn 2 524 32
Misfortune 2 803 50
Marion 13 104 206
Morrow 793 8
Multnomah 24 471 383
Polk 1 831 25
Sherman 31 0
Tillamook 288 0
Umatilla 5 379 56
union 967 13
Wallowa 76 3
Wasco 835 22
Washington 15 157 138
Wheeler 16 0
Yamhill 2 523 34
Total 108 326 1 422

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 refer to the OHA press releases.

ELR (electronic lab results) received 12/25

County ELR negative ELR positives Total ELR Percentage of positivity
boulanger 66 2 68 2,9%
Curved on 270 20 290 6,9%
Clackamas 1 369 101 1 470 6,9%
Clatsop 125 4 129 3,1%
Columbia 116 19 135 14,1%
Coos 198 17 215 7,9%
Crook 51 13 64 20,3%
Curry 85 1 86 1,2%
Deschutes 536 32 568 5,6%
Douglas 165 13 178 7,3%
Gilliam 0 1 1 100,0%
Grant 50 0 50 0,0%
Harney 6 1 sept 14,3%
Hood River 66 0 66 0,0%
Jackson 930 64 994 6,4%
Jefferson 72 20 92 21,7%
Josephine 237 9 246 3,7%
Klamath 195 14 209 6,7%
Lac 4 1 5 20,0%
way 896 47 943 5,0%
Lincoln 275 4 279 1,4%
Linn 318 11 329 3,3%
Misfortune 29 9 38 23,7%
Marion 1 478 199 1 677 11,9%
Morrow 6 5 11 45,5%
Multnomah 3 836 221 4 057 5,4%
Polk 296 29 325 8,9%
Sherman 6 0 6 0,0%
Tillamook 40 3 43 7,0%
Umatilla 186 23 209 11,0%
union 127 4 131 3,1%
Wallowa dix 0 dix 0,0%
Wasco 234 dix 244 4,1%
Washington 2 250 185 2 435 7,6%
Wheeler 3 1 4 25,0%
Yamhill 558 18 576 3,1%
Statewide 15 089 1 101 16 190 6,8%

Total ELRs received

County ELR negative ELR positives Total ELR Percentage of positivity
boulanger 5 264 1 359 6 623 20,5%
Curved on 70 755 2 136 72 891 2,9%
Clackamas 256 960 14 097 271 057 5,2%
Clatsop 20 273 971 21 244 4,6%
Columbia 24 301 1 080 25 381 4,3%
Coos 21 583 770 22 353 3,4%
Crook 8 973 668 9 641 6,9%
Curry 5 277 204 5 481 3,7%
Deschutes 92 311 5 499 97 810 5,6%
Douglas 37 554 1 214 38 768 3,1%
Gilliam 670 23 693 3,3%
Grant 2 512 159 2 671 6,0%
Harney 2 042 150 2 192 6,8%
Hood River 18 735 999 19 734 5,1%
Jackson 116 726 7 080 123 806 5,7%
Jefferson 11 008 1 302 12 310 10,6%
Josephine 30 205 1 074 31 279 3,4%
Klamath 27 700 1 945 29 645 6,6%
Lac 1 570 245 1 815 13,5%
way 224 537 6 997 231 534 3,0%
Lincoln 27 427 1 774 29 201 6,1%
Linn 72 955 4 975 77 930 6,4%
Misfortune 13 857 4 212 18 069 23,3%
Marion 191 870 19 266 211 136 9,1%
Morrow 4 231 940 5 171 18,2%
Multnomah 585 562 35 184 620 746 5,7%
Polk 38 103 2 420 40 523 6,0%
Sherman 875 39 914 4,3%
Tillamook 8 674 270 8 944 3,0%
Umatilla 38 603 5 818 44 421 13,1%
union 7 282 783 8 065 9,7%
Wallowa 1 489 51 1 540 3,3%
Wasco 17 716 978 18 694 5,2%
Washington 369 420 22 757 392 177 5,8%
Wheeler 263 15 278 5,4%
Yamhill 71 196 3 631 74 827 4,9%
Statewide 2 428 479 151 085 2 579 564 5,9%

Mental and emotional resources for tough times:

  • Resources on mental and emotional health are available on the OHA Safe + Strong website.
  • Or call the Safe + Strong helpline at 800-923-4357 (800-923-HELP). The line offers free, 24/7 emotional support and referrals to anyone who needs it, not just those experiencing a mental health crisis.

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