Oregon Health Authority reports third consecutive day of record-breaking cases | News

PORTLAND, OR (KPTV) – The Oregon Health Commission on Sunday registered 1,517 new confirmed and predictable cases of COVID-19 in Oregon for the third day in a row.

There have been more than 944,444 negative COVID-19 tests in the state during epidemics. The new positive cases announced on Sunday bring the state’s total to 65,170.

“Oregon is on a steep and complete decline in increasing corona virus cases,” said OHA Director Patrick Allen. “But we are not powerless in the face of this virus. Because it is up to us to slow down the spread. Your choices make a difference.

Local health officials in every part of the state have been investigating the eruptions, which began with gatherings that appeared to be innocent at the time, but many fell ill and, in some cases, were hospitalized and died.

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New confirmed cases of COVID-19 announced on Sunday are in the following districts:

  • Benton: 7
  • Glaucoma: 207
  • Clotchap: 7
  • Colombia: 8
  • Goose: 9
  • Crook: 6
  • Nations: 38
  • Douglas: 12
  • Grant: 15
  • Hood River: 6
  • Jackson: 55
  • Jefferson: 8
  • Josephine: 14
  • Climate: 53
  • Lake: 6
  • Lane: 64
  • Lincoln: 1
  • Lynn: 27
  • Misfortune: 16
  • Marion: 183
  • Morrow: 7
  • Multnoma: 516
  • Polk: 26
  • Umatilla: 47
  • Union: 5
  • Vasco: 11
  • Washington: 128
  • Yumhill: 35
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OHA also announced an additional death from the corona virus on Sunday, raising the state’s death toll to 820.

  • A 65-year-old man in Multnoma County died Nov. 15 after a positive test on Nov. 15. The location of the dead and the basic conditions have been confirmed.

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