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04/05/2020 Case Updates From the Oregon Health Authority:

COVID-19 data are provisional and subject to change with ongoing data reconciliation.

Data current as of 4/5/2020, 8:00 a.m. Updated daily.
Positive 1,068
Negative 19,556
Total persons tested 20,624
Total deaths 27

 

County Positive Deaths* Negative
Baker 0 0 14
Benton 19 1 452
Clackamas 84 3 1814
Clatsop 4 0 177
Columbia 6 0 197
Coos 0 0 232
Crook 1 0 30
Curry 0 0 64
Deschutes 39 0 497
Douglas 11 0 340
Gilliam 0 0 8
Grant 1 0 13
Harney 0 0 37
Hood River 2 0 181
Jackson 33 0 2269
Jefferson 0 0 43
Josephine 13 0 406
Klamath 15 0 278
Lake 0 0 32
Lane 27 1 832
Lincoln 4 0 141
Linn 43 2 931
Malheur 2 0 84
Marion 198 5 1716
Morrow 2 0 33
Multnomah 233 7 4603
Polk 24 1 358
Sherman 1 0 5
Tillamook 3 0 93
Umatilla 7 0 207
Union 3 0 34
Wallowa 1 0 11
Wasco 7 0 167
Washington 259 4 2681
Wheeler 0 0 4
Yamhill 26 3 572
Total 1068 27 19556
Age group Cases Ever hospitalized Deaths*
0 to 19 23 2 0
20 to 29 108 11 0
30 to 39 159 12 0
40 to 49 197 39 0
50 to 59 198 42 1
60 to 69 197 74 7
70 to 79 110 44 8
80 and over 74 34 11
Not available 2 0 0
Total 1068 258 27
Sex Cases Deaths*
Female 567 13
Male 494 14
Not available 7 0
Total 1068 27
Hospitalized Cases
Yes 258
No 670
Not provided 140
Total 1068
Hospital Capacity Available Total
Adult ICU beds pending pending
Adult non-ICU beds pending pending
Pediatric NICU/PICU beds pending pending
Pediatric non-ICU beds pending pending
Ventilators pending  
COVID-19 Details Total
COVID-19 admissions pending
COVID-19 patients on ventilators pending

County of residence for cases may change as new information becomes available. If changes occur, we will update our counts accordingly.

*For additional details on individuals who have died from COVID-19 in Oregon, please refer to our press releases.

Ever hospitalized, if available.

Notes:

  1. Because community transmission is occurring in Oregon and recommendations on social distancing are in place, as of March 17, 2020, we no longer report daily counts of persons under monitoring.
  2. Confirmation by CDC of laboratory results from the Oregon State Public Health Laboratory is no longer required; therefore as of March 15, 2020, we no longer note the number of CDC-confirmed cases.
  3. Reporting of travel history is not available for cases reported to OHA by commercial laboratories; therefore as of March 15, 2020, we no longer include information about travel history.
  4. As of March 26, 2020, OHA is releasing a COVID-19 Daily Update (formerly called the Situational Status Report) which is produced jointly with Oregon Office of Emergency Management. It details the overall picture of the COVID-19 response across government agencies.

 

Updated daily.
Specimens received at OSPHL on 4/4/2020 112
Test results released by OSPHL on 4/4/2020 54
Specimens pending at OSPHL as of 8:00 p.m. 4/4/2020 134
Total persons tested for COVID-19 at OSPHL since 2/28/2020 2,656
Total persons tested at other laboratories 17,968
Total persons tested 20,624

Notes:

  1. As of March 25, 2020, we are including the number of pending test results available from the Oregon State Public Health Laboratory (OSPHL). The OSPHL serves as the first source of testing during an outbreak and as commercial labs come online, OSPHL increases focus on priority testing. Commercial labs have the ability to conduct testing on an industrial scale, but do not report pending results, therefore we only include pending results from OSPHL.
Cases as of April 4th, 2020

04/04/2020 Case Updates From the Oregon Health Authority:

Data current as of 4/4/2020, 8:00 a.m. Updated daily.
Positive 999
Negative 17,926
Total persons tested 18,961
Total deaths 26

The 100 new cases are in these counties:

Benton – 12

Clackamas – 12

Columbia – 2

Deschutes – 3

Douglas – 2

Jackson – 6

Josephine -1

Klamath -1

Lane – 3

Linn – 3

Marion -10 

Multnomah – 34

Polk – 2

Washington – 19

Data are provisional and change frequently

Cases as of April 3rd,2020

04/03/2020 Case Updates From the Oregon Health Authority:

Data current as of 4/3/2020, 8:00 a.m. Updated daily.
Positive 899
Negative 16,535
Total persons tested 17,434
Total deaths 22

 

County Positive Deaths* Negative
Baker 0 0 13
Benton 17 1 372
Clackamas 66 3 1489
Clatsop 4 0 141
Columbia 1 0 153
Coos 0 0 180
Crook 1 0 22
Curry 0 0 58
Deschutes 36 0 412
Douglas 9 0 295
Gilliam 0 0 7
Grant 1 0 5
Harney 0 0 36
Hood River 3 0 157
Jackson 27 0 2028
Jefferson 0 0 28
Josephine 12 0 321
Klamath 13 0 214
Lake 0 0 26
Lane 21 1 740
Lincoln 4 0 124
Linn 37 2 853
Malheur 2 0 63
Marion 178 4 1461
Morrow 2 0 27
Multnomah 175 3 3915
Polk 20 1 315
Sherman 0 0 4
Tillamook 3 0 80
Umatilla 5 0 180
Union 3 0 28
Wallowa 1 0 9
Wasco 7 0 135
Washington 228 4 2156
Wheeler 0 0 2
Yamhill 23 3 486
Total 899 22 16535
Age group Cases Ever hospitalized Deaths*
0 to 19 18 1 0
20 to 29 92 10 0
30 to 39 131 10 0
40 to 49 169 32 0
50 to 59 170 32 0
60 to 69 161 52 4
70 to 79 91 39 7
80 and over 65 28 11
Not available 2 0 0
Total 899 204 22
Sex Cases Deaths*
Female 486 10
Male 403 12
Not available 10 0
Total 899 22
Hospitalized Cases
Yes 204
No 538
Not provided 157
Total 899
Hospital Capacity Available Total
Adult ICU beds pending pending
Adult non-ICU beds pending pending
Pediatric NICU/PICU beds pending pending
Pediatric non-ICU beds pending pending
Ventilators pending  
COVID-19 Details Total
COVID-19 admissions pending
COVID-19 patients on ventilators pending

County of residence for cases may change as new information becomes available. If changes occur, we will update our counts accordingly.

*For additional details on individuals who have died from COVID-19 in Oregon, please refer to our press releases.

Ever hospitalized, if available.

Notes:

  1. Because community transmission is occurring in Oregon and recommendations on social distancing are in place, as of March 17, 2020, we no longer report daily counts of persons under monitoring.
  2. Confirmation by CDC of laboratory results from the Oregon State Public Health Laboratory is no longer required; therefore as of March 15, 2020, we no longer note the number of CDC-confirmed cases.
  3. Reporting of travel history is not available for cases reported to OHA by commercial laboratories; therefore as of March 15, 2020, we no longer include information about travel history.
  4. As of March 26, 2020, OHA is releasing the daily Situational Status Report, which is produced jointly with Oregon Office of Emergency Management. It details the overall picture of the COVID-19 response across government agencies.

 

Updated daily.
Specimens received at OSPHL on 4/2/2020 79
Test results released by OSPHL on 4/2/2020 54
Specimens pending at OSPHL as of 8:00 p.m. 4/2/2020 58
Total persons tested for COVID-19 at OSPHL since 2/28/2020 2,413
Total persons tested at other laboratories 15,021
Total persons tested 17,434
Cases as of April 2nd, 2020

04/02/2020 Case Updates From the Oregon Health Authority:

Data current as of 4/2/2020, 8:00 a.m. Updated daily.
Positive 826
Negative 15,259
Total persons tested 16,085
Total deaths 21

 

County Positive Deaths* Negative
Baker 0 0 13
Benton 15 1 348
Clackamas 61 3 1388
Clatsop 3 0 132
Columbia 1 0 146
Coos 0 0 173
Crook 0 0 17
Curry 0 0 56
Deschutes 32 0 367
Douglas 9 0 264
Gilliam 0 0 7
Grant 1 0 5
Harney 0 0 30
Hood River 3 0 150
Jackson 27 0 1820
Jefferson 0 0 21
Josephine 12 0 252
Klamath 8 0 149
Lake 0 0 21
Lane 21 1 679
Lincoln 4 0 105
Linn 37 2 826
Malheur 1 0 56
Marion 164 4 1389
Morrow 1 0 25
Multnomah 160 3 3675
Polk 18 0 295
Sherman 0 0 4
Tillamook 3 0 78
Umatilla 5 0 149
Union 3 0 26
Wallowa 1 0 9
Wasco 7 0 116
Washington 211 4 2003
Wheeler 0 0 1
Yamhill 18 3 464
Total 826 21 15259
Age group Cases Ever hospitalized Deaths*
0 to 19 15 1 0
20 to 29 89 8 0
30 to 39 112 8 0
40 to 49 157 30 0
50 to 59 159 32 0
60 to 69 144 46 4
70 to 79 86 36 6
80 and over 63 27 11
Not available 1 0 0
Total 826 188 21
Sex Cases Deaths*
Female 448 10
Male 369 11
Not available 9 0
Total 826 21
Hospitalized Cases
Yes 188
No 510
Not provided 128
Total 826
Hospital Capacity Available Total
Adult ICU beds pending pending
Adult non-ICU beds pending pending
Pediatric NICU/PICU beds pending pending
Pediatric non-ICU beds pending pending
Ventilators pending  
COVID-19 Details Total
COVID-19 admissions pending
COVID-19 patients on ventilators pending

County of residence for cases may change as new information becomes available. If changes occur, we will update our counts accordingly.

*For additional details on individuals who have died from COVID-19 in Oregon, please refer to our press releases.

Ever hospitalized, if available.

Notes:

  1. Because community transmission is occurring in Oregon and recommendations on social distancing are in place, as of March 17, 2020, we no longer report daily counts of persons under monitoring.
  2. Confirmation by CDC of laboratory results from the Oregon State Public Health Laboratory is no longer required; therefore as of March 15, 2020, we no longer note the number of CDC-confirmed cases.
  3. Reporting of travel history is not available for cases reported to OHA by commercial laboratories; therefore as of March 15, 2020, we no longer include information about travel history.
  4. As of March 26, 2020, OHA is releasing the daily Situational Status Report, which is produced jointly with Oregon Office of Emergency Management. It details the overall picture of the COVID-19 response across government agencies.

 

Updated daily.
Specimens received at OSPHL on 4/1/2020 88
Test results released by OSPHL on 4/1/2020 166
Specimens pending at OSPHL as of 8:00 p.m. 4/1/2020 33
Total persons tested for COVID-19 at OSPHL since 2/28/2020 2,325
Total persons tested at other laboratories 13,760
Total persons tested 16,085
Cases as of April 1st, 2020

04/01/2020 Case Updates From the Oregon Health Authority:

As of 4/1/2020, 8:00 a.m. Updated daily.
Positive 736
Negative 14,132
Total persons tested 14,868
Total deaths 19

 

County Positive Deaths* Negative
Baker 0 0 13
Benton 13 1 350
Clackamas 56 3 1243
Clatsop 3 0 118
Columbia 1 0 136
Coos 0 0 174
Crook 0 0 15
Curry 0 0 52
Deschutes 27 0 277
Douglas 10 0 244
Gilliam 0 0 4
Grant 1 0 4
Harney 0 0 27
Hood River 2 0 144
Jackson 22 0 1703
Jefferson 0 0 16
Josephine 10 0 234
Klamath 5 0 145
Lake 0 0 21
Lane 18 1 638
Lincoln 3 0 96
Linn 37 2 775
Malheur 1 0 53
Marion 151 3 1323
Morrow 1 0 27
Multnomah 134 3 3383
Polk 18 0 285
Sherman 0 0 3
Tillamook 3 0 76
Umatilla 5 0 145
Union 1 0 26
Wallowa 1 0 8
Wasco 7 0 110
Washington 189 3 1824
Wheeler 0 0 1
Yamhill 17 3 439
Total 736 19 14132
Age group Cases Ever hospitalized Deaths*
0 to 19 14 1 0
20 to 29 76 6 0
30 to 39 103 6 0
40 to 49 136 29 0
50 to 59 142 27 0
60 to 69 127 42 3
70 to 79 77 31 6
80 and over 59 25 10
Not available 2 0
Total 736 167 19
Sex Cases Deaths*
Female 400 9
Male 331 10
Not available 5 0
Total 736 19
Hospitalized Cases
Yes 167
No 471
Not provided 98
Total 736
Hospital Capacity Available Total
Adult ICU beds 291 666
Adult non-ICU beds 2,006 5,884
Pediatric NICU/PICU beds 66 193
Pediatric non-ICU beds 193 268
Ventilators 762  
COVID-19 Details Total
COVID-19 admissions 134
COVID-19 patients on ventilators 38

County of residence for cases may change as new information becomes available. If changes occur, we will update our counts accordingly.

*For additional details on individuals who have died from COVID-19 in Oregon, please refer to our press releases.

Ever hospitalized, if available.

Notes:

  1. Because community transmission is occurring in Oregon and recommendations on social distancing are in place, as of March 17, 2020, we no longer report daily counts of persons under monitoring.
  2. Confirmation by CDC of laboratory results from the Oregon State Public Health Laboratory is no longer required; therefore as of March 15, 2020, we no longer note the number of CDC-confirmed cases.
  3. Reporting of travel history is not available for cases reported to OHA by commercial laboratories; therefore as of March 15, 2020, we no longer include information about travel history.
  4. As of March 26, 2020, OHA is releasing the daily Situational Status Report, which is produced jointly with Oregon Office of Emergency Management. It details the overall picture of the COVID-19 response across government agencies.

 

Updated daily.
Specimens received at OSPHL on 3/31/2020 181
Test results released by OSPHL on 3/31/2020 115
Specimens pending at OSPHL as of 8:00 p.m. 3/31/2020 117
Total persons tested for COVID-19 at OSPHL since 2/28/2020 2,244
Total persons tested at other laboratories 12,624
Total persons tested 14,868

Notes:

  1. As of March 25, 2020, we are including the number of pending test results available from the Oregon State Public Health Laboratory (OSPHL). The OSPHL serves as the first source of testing during an outbreak and as commercial labs come online, OSPHL increases focus on priority testing. Commercial labs have the ability to conduct testing on an industrial scale, but do not report pending results, therefore we only include pending results from OSPHL.
Cases as of March 31st, 2020

3/31/2020 Case Updates From the Oregon Health Authority:

As of 3/31/2020, 8:00 a.m. Updated daily.
Positive 690
Negative 13,136
Total persons tested 13,826
Total deaths 18

 

County Positive Deaths* Negative
Baker 0 0 11
Benton 12 1 341
Clackamas 50 3 1128
Clatsop 3 0 106
Columbia 1 0 117
Coos 0 0 165
Crook 0 0 12
Curry 0 0 43
Deschutes 24 0 247
Douglas 9 0 243
Gilliam 0 0 4
Grant 1 0 4
Harney 0 0 26
Hood River 3 0 133
Jackson 21 0 1637
Jefferson 0 0 12
Josephine 10 0 220
Klamath 5 0 107
Lake 0 0 21
Lane 16 1 557
Lincoln 2 0 88
Linn 37 2 710
Malheur 1 0 47
Marion 141 3 1268
Morrow 1 0 24
Multnomah 116 2 3146
Polk 18 0 276
Sherman 0 0 3
Tillamook 3 0 71
Umatilla 5 0 138
Union 1 0 25
Wallowa 1 0 3
Wasco 7 0 107
Washington 186 3 1673
Wheeler 0 0 1
Yamhill 16 3 422
Total 690 18 13136
Age group Cases Ever hospitalized Deaths*
0 to 19 13 0 0
20 to 29 72 7 0
30 to 39 96 6 0
40 to 49 130 26 0
50 to 59 135 23 0
60 to 69 120 40 3
70 to 79 70 29 5
80 and over 52 23 10
Not available 2 0 0
Total 690 154 18
Sex Cases Deaths*
Female 378 8
Male 303 10
Not available 9 0
Total 690 18
Hospitalized Cases
Yes 154
No 418
Not provided 118
Total 690
Hospital Capacity Available Total
Adult ICU beds 280 690
Adult non-ICU beds 2,113 5,986
Pediatric NICU/PICU beds 85 198
Pediatric non-ICU beds 203 294
Ventilators 749  
COVID-19 Details Total
COVID-19 admissions 213
COVID-19 patients on ventilators 40

County of residence for cases may change as new information becomes available. If changes occur, we will update our counts accordingly.

*For additional details on individuals who have died from COVID-19 in Oregon, please refer to our press releases.

Ever hospitalized, if available.

Notes:

  1. Because community transmission is occurring in Oregon and recommendations on social distancing are in place, as of March 17, 2020, we no longer report daily counts of persons under monitoring.
  2. Confirmation by CDC of laboratory results from the Oregon State Public Health Laboratory is no longer required; therefore as of March 15, 2020, we no longer note the number of CDC-confirmed cases.
  3. Reporting of travel history is not available for cases reported to OHA by commercial laboratories; therefore as of March 15, 2020, we no longer include information about travel history.
  4. As of March 26, 2020, OHA is releasing the daily situational status report, which is produced jointly with Oregon Office of Emergency Management It details the overall picture of the COVID-19 response across government agencies.

 

Updated daily.
Specimens received at OSPHL on 3/30/2020 25
Test results released by OSPHL on 3/30/2020 54
Specimens pending at OSPHL as of 8:00 p.m. 3/30/2020 52
Total persons tested for COVID-19 at OSPHL since 2/28/2020 2,225
Total persons tested at other laboratories 11,601
Total persons tested 13,826

Notes:

  1. As of March 25, 2020, we are including the number of pending test results available from the Oregon State Public Health Laboratory (OSPHL). The OSPHL serves as the first source of testing during an outbreak and as commercial labs come online, OSPHL increases focus on priority testing. Commercial labs have the ability to conduct testing on an industrial scale, but do not report pending results, therefore we only include pending results from OSPHL
Cases as of March 30th, 2020

3/30/2020 Case Updates From the Oregon Health Authority:

COVID-19 Cases in Oregon

As of 3/30/2020, 8:00 a.m. Updated daily.
Positive 606
Negative 12,277
Total persons tested 12,883
Total deaths 16

 

County Positive Deaths* Negative
Baker 0 0 10
Benton 9 0 313
Clackamas 40 3 1048
Clatsop 3 0 99
Columbia 1 0 115
Coos 0 0 145
Crook 0 0 12
Curry 0 0 41
Deschutes 25 0 221
Douglas 8 0 223
Gilliam 0 0 4
Grant 1 0 4
Harney 0 0 26
Hood River 2 0 122
Jackson 20 0 1605
Jefferson 0 0 11
Josephine 10 0 197
Klamath 4 0 106
Lake 0 0 18
Lane 12 1 534
Lincoln 1 0 66
Linn 36 2 687
Malheur 0 0 44
Marion 123 3 1177
Morrow 1 0 22
Multnomah 100 2 2922
Polk 15 0 256
Sherman 0 0 3
Tillamook 3 0 66
Umatilla 4 0 122
Union 1 0 23
Wallowa 0 0 3
Wasco 5 0 94
Washington 168 3 1548
Wheeler 0 0 1
Yamhill 14 2 389
Total 606 16 12277
Age group Cases Ever hospitalized Deaths*
0 to 19 13 0 0
20 to 29 58 6 0
30 to 39 82 6 0
40 to 49 117 25 0
50 to 59 115 19 0
60 to 69 108 37 3
70 to 79 64 28 5
80 and over 48 19 8
Not available 1
Total 606 140 16
Sex Cases Deaths*
Female 335 7
Male 266 9
Not available 5
Total 606 16
Hospitalized Cases
Yes 140
No 361
Not provided 105
Total 606
Hospital Capacity Number
Available adult ICU beds 291
Available adult non-ICU beds 2059
Available pediatric beds 203
Available pediatric ICU beds 67
Available ventilators 765
COVID-19 admissions 132
COVID-19 patients on ventilators 39

County of residence for cases may change as new information becomes available. If changes occur, we will update our counts accordingly.

*For additional details on individuals who have died from COVID-19 in Oregon, please refer to our press releases.

Ever hospitalized, if available.

Notes:

  1. Because community transmission is occurring in Oregon and recommendations on social distancing are in place, as of March 17, 2020, we no longer report daily counts of persons under monitoring.
  2. Confirmation by CDC of laboratory results from the Oregon State Public Health Laboratory is no longer required; therefore as of March 15, 2020, we no longer note the number of CDC-confirmed cases.
  3. Reporting of travel history is not available for cases reported to OHA by commercial laboratories; therefore as of March 15, 2020, we no longer include information about travel history.
  4. As of March 26, 2020, OHA is releasing the daily situational status report, which is produced jointly with Oregon Office of Emergency Management It details the overall picture of the COVID-19 response across government agencies.

 

Updated daily.
Specimens received at OSPHL on 3/29/2020 52
Test results released by OSPHL on 3/29/2020 70
Specimens pending at OSPHL as of 8:30 p.m. 3/29/2020 54
Total persons tested for COVID-19 at OSPHL since 2/28/2020 2,174
Total persons tested at other laboratories 10,709
Total persons tested 12,883

Notes:

  1. As of March 25, 2020, we are including the number of pending test results available from the Oregon State Public Health Laboratory (OSPHL). The OSPHL serves as the first source of testing during an outbreak and as commercial labs come online, OSPHL increases focus on priority testing. Commercial labs have the ability to conduct testing on an industrial scale, but do not report pending results, therefore we only include pending results from OSPHL.
Cases as of March 29th, 2020

3/29/2020 Case Updates From the Oregon Health Authority:

As of 3/29/2020, 8:00 a.m. Updated daily.
Positive 548
Negative 10,878
Total persons tested 11,426
Total deaths 13

 

County Positive Deaths* Negative
Baker 0 0 9
Benton 8 0 306
Clackamas 39 2 992
Clatsop 3 0 87
Columbia 1 0 110
Coos 0 0 131
Crook 0 0 9
Curry 0 0 37
Deschutes 23 0 176
Douglas 4 0 166
Gilliam 0 0 4
Grant 1 0 2
Harney 0 0 26
Hood River 2 0 114
Jackson 19 0 1216
Jefferson 0 0 11
Josephine 6 0 130
Klamath 4 0 91
Lake 0 0 17
Lane 10 1 484
Lincoln 1 0 60
Linn 36 1 618
Malheur 0 0 36
Marion 109 3 972
Morrow 1 0 22
Multnomah 91 2 2752
Polk 13 0 220
Sherman 0 0 2
Tillamook 2 0 48
Umatilla 4 0 113
Union 1 0 21
Wallowa 0 0 3
Wasco 3 0 80
Washington 154 3 1445
Wheeler 0 0 1
Yamhill 13 1 367
Total 548 13 10878
Age group Cases Ever hospitalized Deaths*
0 to 19 10 0 0
20 to 29 49 4 0
30 to 39 70 6 0
40 to 49 103 25 0
50 to 59 109 17 0
60 to 69 101 34 3
70 to 79 59 25 5
80 and over 45 18 5
Not available 2
Total 548 129 13
Sex Cases Deaths*
Female 306 7
Male 236 6
Not available 6
Total 548 13
Hospitalized Cases
Yes 129
No 316
Not provided 103
Total 548
Hospital Capacity Number
Available adult ICU beds 285
Available adult non-ICU beds 2010
Available pediatric beds 193
Available pediatric ICU beds 66
Available ventilators 767
COVID-19 admissions 142
COVID-19 patients on ventilators 37

County of residence for cases may change as new information becomes available. If changes occur, we will update our counts accordingly.

*For additional details on individuals who have died from COVID-19 in Oregon, please refer to our press releases.

Ever hospitalized, if available.

Notes:

  1. Because community transmission is occurring in Oregon and recommendations on social distancing are in place, as of March 17, 2020, we no longer report daily counts of persons under monitoring.
  2. Confirmation by CDC of laboratory results from the Oregon State Public Health Laboratory is no longer required; therefore as of March 15, 2020, we no longer note the number of CDC-confirmed cases.
  3. Reporting of travel history is not available for cases reported to OHA by commercial laboratories; therefore as of March 15, 2020, we no longer include information about travel history.
  4. As of March 26, 2020, OHA is releasing the daily situational status report, which is produced jointly with Oregon Office of Emergency Management It details the overall picture of the COVID-19 response across government agencies.

 

Updated daily.
Specimens received at OSPHL on 3/28/2020 91
Test results released by OSPHL on 3/28/2020 54
Specimens pending at OSPHL as of 8:30 p.m. 3/28/2020 72
Total persons tested for COVID-19 at OSPHL since 2/28/2020 2,082
Total persons tested at other laboratories 9,344
Total persons tested 11,426

Notes:

  1. As of March 25, 2020, we are including the number of pending test results available from the Oregon State Public Health Laboratory (OSPHL). The OSPHL serves as the first source of testing during an outbreak and as commercial labs come online, OSPHL increases focus on priority testing. Commercial labs have the ability to conduct testing on an industrial scale, but do not report pending results, therefore we only include pending results from OSPHL.
Cases as of March 28th, 2020

3/28/2020 Case Updates From the Oregon Health Authority:

As of 3/28/2020, 8:00 a.m. Updated daily.
Positive 479
Negative 9,693

The 65 new cases are in the following counties:

Benton: 3

Clackamas: 5

Clatsop: 2

Deschutes: 2

Jackson: 2

Josephine: 1

Linn: 4

Marion: 11

Multnomah: 14

Polk: 1

Umatilla: 1

Washington: 18

Yamhill: 2

 

Oregon’s 13th COVID-19 death is a 93-year-old male in Yamhill County, who tested positive on March 18, 2020 and died March 27, 2020 at Providence Newberg Medical Center. He had no known underlying medical condition.

 

For more information, visit healthoregon.org/coronavirus

Cases as of March 27th, 2020

3/27/2020 Case Updates From the Oregon Health Authority:

As of 3/27/2020, 9:30 a.m. Updated daily.
Positive 414
Negative 8510
Total Completed Tests 8924
Total Deaths 12

 

County Positive Deaths* Negative
Baker 0 0 7
Benton 5 0 264
Clackamas 31 2 802
Clatsop 2 0 70
Columbia 1 0 86
Coos 0 0 110
Crook 0 0 6
Curry 0 0 24
Deschutes 18 0 158
Douglas 4 0 150
Gilliam 0 0 4
Grant 1 0 1
Harney 0 0 21
Hood River 1 0 86
Jackson 6 0 957
Jefferson 0 0 10
Josephine 4 0 94
Klamath 2 0 77
Lake 0 0 13
Lane 9 1 415
Lincoln 1 0 56
Linn 28 1 539
Malheur 0 0 23
Marion 83 3 731
Morrow 1 0 15
Multnomah 67 2 2041
Polk 10 0 170
Sherman 0 0 2
Tillamook 1 0 34
Umatilla 3 0 90
Union 1 0 18
Wallowa 0 0 3
Wasco 2 0 59
Washington 122 3 1112
Wheeler 0 0 1
Yamhill 11 0 261
Total 414 12 8510
Age group Cases Ever hospitalized Deaths*
0 to 19 9 0 0
20 to 29 32 3 0
30 to 39 48 6 0
40 to 49 81 17 0
50 to 59 78 15 0
60 to 69 84 29 3
70 to 79 47 21 5
80 and over 35 11 4
Not available
Total 414 102 12
Sex Cases Deaths*
Female 222 7
Male 187 5
Not available 5
Total 414 12
Hospitalized Cases
Yes 102
No 218
Not provided 94
Total 414
Hospital Capacity Number
Available ICU beds 360
Available non-ICU beds 2294
Available ventilators 715
COVID-19 admissions 91
COVID-19 patients on ventilators 31
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
 
Cases as of March 26th, 2020

3/26/2020 Case Updates From the Oregon Health Authority:

As of 3/26/2020, 8:00 a.m. Updated daily.
Positive 316
Negative 6953
Total Completed Tests 7269
Total Deaths 11

 

County Positive Deaths* Negative
Baker 0 0 6
Benton 6 0 216
Clackamas 21 2 669
Clatsop 2 0 59
Columbia 0 0 73
Coos 0 0 96
Crook 0 0 6
Curry 0 0 17
Deschutes 15 0 130
Douglas 3 0 121
Gilliam 0 0 3
Grant 1 0 1
Harney 0 0 19
Hood River 1 0 69
Jackson 4 0 681
Jefferson 0 0 9
Josephine 4 0 74
Klamath 1 0 68
Lake 0 0 3
Lane 7 1 354
Lincoln 1 0 48
Linn 26 1 456
Malheur 0 0 19
Marion 57 2 559
Morrow 0 0 15
Multnomah 45 2 1684
Polk 6 0 133
Sherman 0 0 2
Tillamook 1 0 29
Umatilla 2 0 71
Union 1 0 15
Wallowa 0 0 3
Wasco 1 0 34
Washington 104 3 979
Wheeler 0 0 1
Yamhill 7 0 231
Total 316 11 6953
Age group Cases Ever hospitalized Deaths*
0 to 19 5 0 0
20 to 29 19 3 0
30 to 39 39 4 0
40 to 49 63 14 0
50 to 59 52 12 0
60 to 69 70 28 3
70 to 79 40 21 5
80 and over 27 8 3
Not available 1
Total 316 90 11
Sex Cases Deaths*
Female 170 6
Male 144 5
Not available 2
Total 316 11
Hospitalized Cases
Yes 90
No 170
Not provided 56
Total 316
Hospital Capacity Number
Available ICU beds 362
Available non-ICU beds 2193
Available ventilators 684
Cases as of March 25th, 2020

3/25/2020 Case Updates From the Oregon Health Authority:

Oregon Test Results as of 3/25/2020, 9:00 a.m. Updated daily.
Positive 266
Negative 5,476
Total Completed Tests (cumulative since January 24, 2020) 5,742

 

County Number of cases Deaths Negative test results
Baker 0 0 6
Benton 6 0 163
Clackamas 21 2 593
Clatsop 1 0 55
Columbia 0 0 62
Coos 0 0 75
Crook 0 0 6
Curry 0 0 14
Deschutes 10 0 106
Douglas 3 0 68
Gilliam 0 0 2
Grant 1 0 1
Harney 0 0 12
Hood River 1 0 60
Jackson 4 0 335
Jefferson 0 0 9
Josephine 2 0 60
Klamath 1 0 65
Lake 0 0 3
Lane 5 1 224
Lincoln 1 0 31
Linn 25 1 386
Malheur 0 0 19
Marion 43 2 438
Morrow 0 0 12
Multnomah 33 2 1371
Polk 3 0 106
Sherman 0 0 1
Tillamook 0 0 28
Umatilla 2 0 54
Union 1 0 14
Wallowa 0 0 3
Wasco 0 0 31
Washington 96 2 855
Wheeler 0 0 1
Yamhill 7 0 207
Total 266 10 5476
Age group Number of cases
0 to 19 5
20 to 29 15
30 to 39 32
40 to 49 55
50 to 59 42
60 to 69 57
70 to 79 34
80 and over 25
Not available 1
Total 266
Hospitalized* Number of cases
Yes 75
No 135
Not provided 56
Total 266
Sex Number of cases
Female 142
Male 123
Not available 1
Total 266
Cases as of March 24th, 2020

3/24/2020 Case Updates From the Oregon Health Authority:

Oregon Test Results as of 3/24/2020, 8:00 a.m. Updated daily.
Positive 209
Negative 4,350
Total Completed Tests (cumulative since January 24, 2020) 4,559

 

County Number of cases Deaths Negative test results
Baker 0 0 3
Benton 4 0 138
Clackamas 17 1 443
Clatsop 1 0 45
Columbia 0 0 51
Coos 0 0 53
Crook 0 0 5
Curry 0 0 12
Deschutes 10 0 102
Douglas 1 0 55
Gilliam 0 0 1
Grant 1 0 1
Harney 0 0 8
Hood River 1 0 43
Jackson 3 0 285
Jefferson 0 0 6
Josephine 1 0 34
Klamath 1 0 47
Lake 0 0 0
Lane 4 1 181
Lincoln 0 0 18
Linn 20 1 353
Malheur 0 0 18
Marion 32 1 351
Morrow 0 0 8
Multnomah 25 2 1070
Polk 3 0 80
Sherman 0 0 1
Tillamook 0 0 14
Umatilla 2 0 38
Union 1 0 14
Wallowa 0 0 3
Wasco 0 0 22
Washington 76 2 679
Wheeler 0 0 1
Yamhill 6 0 167
Total 209 8 4,350
Age group Number of cases
17 or younger 4
18 to 24 6
25 to 34 18
35 to 54 72
55 + 109
Total 209
Hospitalized* Number of cases
Yes 61
No 117
Not provided 31
Total 209
Cases as of March 23rd, 2020

3/23/2020 Case Updates From the Oregon Health Authority:

Oregon Test Results as of 3/23/2020, 8:00 a.m. Updated daily.
Positive 191
Negative 3,649
Total Completed Tests (cumulative since January 24, 2020) 3,840

 

County Number of cases Deaths Negative test results
Baker 0 0 2
Benton 4 0 121
Clackamas 14 0 431
Clatsop 0 0 43
Columbia 0 0 49
Coos 0 0 44
Crook 0 0 5
Curry 0 0 12
Deschutes 10 0 91
Douglas 1 0 48
Gilliam 0 0 1
Grant 1 0 0
Harney 0 0 1
Hood River 1 0 38
Jackson 2 0 207
Jefferson 0 0 6
Josephine 1 0 29
Klamath 1 0 45
Lake 0 0 0
Lane 4 1 171
Lincoln 0 0 18
Linn 20 1 315
Malheur 0 0 13
Marion 30 1 295
Morrow 0 0 4
Multnomah 21 1 796
Polk 3 0 71
Sherman 0 0 1
Tillamook 0 0 9
Umatilla 2 0 34
Union 1 0 14
Wallowa 0 0 3
Wasco 0 0 19
Washington 69 1 612
Wheeler 0 0 1
Yamhill 6 0 100
Total 191 5 3,649
Age group Number of cases
17 or younger 4
18 to 24 5
25 to 34 15
35 to 54 64
55 + 103
Total 191
Hospitalized* Number of cases
Yes 56
No 106
Not provided 29
Total 191
Cases as of March 22nd, 2020
 
 

3/22/2020 Case Updates From the Oregon Health Authority:

Oregon Test Results as of 3/21/2020, 8:00 a.m. Updated daily.
Positive 161
Negative 2,864
   
   

 

24 new cases in the following counties:

Benton (2), Clackamas (1), Deschutes (1), Lane (1), Marion (3), Multnomah (1), Washington (13), and Yamhill (2).

 

Cases as of March 21st, 2020
 
 

3/21/2020 Case Updates From the Oregon Health Authority:

Oregon Test Results as of 3/21/2020, 8:00 a.m. Updated daily.
Positive 137
Negative 2,338
Pending 437
Total (Cumulative since January 24, 2020) 2,912

County Number of cases Deaths Negative test results
Baker 0 0 1
Benton 2 0 67
Clackamas 11 0 256
Clatsop 0 0 30
Columbia 0 0 32
Coos 0 0 30
Crook 0 0 5
Curry 0 0 11
Deschutes 9 0 66
Douglas 1 0 37
Gilliam 0 0 1
Grant 1 0 0
Harney 0 0 1
Hood River 0 0 15
Jackson 2 0 124
Jefferson 0 0 5
Josephine 1 0 20
Klamath 1 0 26
Lake 0 0 0
Lane 3 1 145
Lincoln 0 0 19
Linn 19 0 265
Malheur 0 0 13
Marion 19 1 160
Morrow 0 0 4
Multnomah 18 1 498
Polk 1 0 33
Sherman 0 0 0
Tillamook 0 0 8
Umatilla 2 0 19
Union 1 0 11
Wallowa 0 0 3
Wasco 0 0 8
Washington 42 1 330
Wheeler 0 0 1
Yamhill 4 0 94
Total 137 4 2338

 

Age group Number of cases
17 or younger 4
18 to 24 4
25 to 34 13
35 to 54 41
55 + 75
Total 137

 

Hospitalized* Number of cases
Yes 43
No 82
Not provided 12
Total 137
Cases as of March 20th, 2020
 
 

3/20/2020 Updates From the Oregon Health Authority:

As of March 17, 2020, the Oregon Health Authority is updating the way we report COVID-19 cases in Oregon.
Because community transmission is now occurring in Oregon and new recommendations on social distancing are in place, we are no longer reporting daily counts of persons under monitoring. We will continue to provide daily updates on cases and testing. Results from the Oregon State Public Health Laboratory no longer require confirmation through CDC. Because testing has expanded to include commercial laboratories, we are receiving results from multiple sources throughout the day. Also, OHA no longer receives detailed information about specific symptoms and severity of all people being tested for COVID-19 infection.
In an effort to get the most accurate and most current information to Oregonians, we will update statewide cases once a day.
Our updates on cases will include:
  • Cases from the Oregon State Public Health Laboratory​.
  • Cases from commercial and out-of-state labs.
  • Because confirmation from CDC is no longer required, we will simply report total number of cases and will remove earlier information about CDC confirmatory testing.
  • Because reporting about travel and nature of illness isn’t available for cases reported from commercial labs, we are removing hospitalization status and information about travel to a country where COVID-19 is circulating.
  • Because community transmission is now occurring in Oregon and new recommendations on social ​distancing​ are in place, we are no longer reporting daily counts of persons under monitoring.
  • We will continue to track and report COVID-19 deaths.
    Oregon Test Results as of 3/20/2020, 8:00 a.m. Updated daily.
    Positive 114
    Negative 2,003
    Pending 433
    Total (Cumulative since January 24, 2020) 2,550

    County Number of cases Deaths
    Benton 2 0
    Clackamas 10 0
    Deschutes 8 0
    Douglas 1 0
    Grant 1 0
    Jackson 2 0
    Klamath 1 0
    Lane 2 1
    Linn 19 0
    Marion 17 0
    Multnomah 12 1
    Polk 1 0
    Umatilla 2 0
    Union 1 0
    Washington 31 1
    Yamhill 4 0
    Total 114 3

     

    Age group Number of cases
    17 or younger 4
    18 to 24 4
    25 to 34 6
    35 to 54 34
    55 + 66
    Total 114
Cases as of March 19th, 2020

3/19/2020 Updates From the Oregon Health Authority:

As of March 17, 2020, the Oregon Health Authority is updating the way we report COVID-19 cases in Oregon.
Because community transmission is now occurring in Oregon and new recommendations on social distancing are in place, we are no longer reporting daily counts of persons under monitoring. We will continue to provide daily updates on cases and testing. Results from the Oregon State Public Health Laboratory no longer require confirmation through CDC. Because testing has expanded to include commercial laboratories, we are receiving results from multiple sources throughout the day. Also, OHA no longer receives detailed information about specific symptoms and severity of all people being tested for COVID-19 infection.
In an effort to get the most accurate and most current information to Oregonians, we will update statewide cases once a day.
Our updates on cases will include:
  • Cases from the Oregon State Public Health Laboratory​.
  • Cases from commercial and out-of-state labs.
  • Because confirmation from CDC is no longer required, we will simply report total number of cases and will remove earlier information about CDC confirmatory testing.
  • Because reporting about travel and nature of illness isn’t available for cases reported from commercial labs, we are removing hospitalization status and information about travel to a country where COVID-19 is circulating.
  • Because community transmission is now occurring in Oregon and new recommendations on social ​distancing​ are in place, we are no longer reporting daily counts of persons under monitoring.
  • We will continue to track and report COVID-19 deaths.
Oregon Test Results as of 3/19/2020, 8:00 a.m. Updated daily.
Positive 88
Negative 1,329
Pending 437
Total (Cumulative since January 24, 2020) 1,854
County Number of cases Deaths
Benton 2 0
Clackamas 6 0
Deschutes 6 0
Douglas 1 0
Jackson 2 0
Klamath 1 0
Lane 2 1
Linn 18 0
Marion 13 0
Multnomah 7 1
Polk 1 0
Umatilla 2 0
Washington 25 1
Yamhill 2 0
Total 88 3

 

Age group Number of cases
17 or younger 4
18 to 24 4
25 to 34 3
35 to 54 23
55 + 54
Total 88
Cases as of March 18th, 2020
 
 

3/18/2020 Updates From the Oregon Health Authority:

As of March 17, 2020, the Oregon Health Authority is updating the way we report COVID-19 cases in Oregon.
Because community transmission is now occurring in Oregon and new recommendations on social distancing are in place, we are no longer reporting daily counts of persons under monitoring. We will continue to provide daily updates on cases and testing. Results from the Oregon State Public Health Laboratory no longer require confirmation through CDC. Because testing has expanded to include commercial laboratories, we are receiving results from multiple sources throughout the day. Also, OHA no longer receives detailed information about specific symptoms and severity of all people being tested for COVID-19 infection.
In an effort to get the most accurate and most current information to Oregonians, we will update statewide cases once a day.
Our updates on cases will include:
  • Cases from the Oregon State Public Health Laboratory​.
  • Cases from commercial and out-of-state labs.
  • Because confirmation from CDC is no longer required, we will simply report total number of cases and will remove earlier information about CDC confirmatory testing.
  • Because reporting about travel and nature of illness isn’t available for cases reported from commercial labs, we are removing hospitalization status and information about travel to a country where COVID-19 is circulating.
  • Because community transmission is now occurring in Oregon and new recommendations on social ​distancing​ are in place, we are no longer reporting daily counts of persons under monitoring.
  • We will continue to track and report COVID-19 deaths.
Oregon Test Results as of 3/18/2020, 8:00 a.m. Updated daily.  
Positive 75
Negative 1,118
Pending 361
Total (Cumulative since January 24, 2020) 1,554

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County Number of cases Deaths
Benton 3 0
Clackamas 6 0
Deschutes 6 0
Douglas 1 0
Jackson 2 0
Klamath 1 0
Lane 2 1
Linn 15 0
Marion 8 0
Multnomah 3 1
Polk 1 0
Umatilla 2 0
Washington 23 1
Yamhill 2 0
Total 75 3

 

Age group Number of cases
17 or younger 4
18 to 24 4
25 to 34 1
35 to 54 19
55 + 47
Total 75
Cases as of March 17th, 2020

3/17/2020 Updates From the Oregon Health Authority:

As of March 17, 2020, the Oregon Health Authority is updating the way we report COVID-19 cases in Oregon.
Because community transmission is now occurring in Oregon and new recommendations on social distancing are in place, we are no longer reporting daily counts of persons under monitoring. We will continue to provide daily updates on cases and testing. Results from the Oregon State Public Health Laboratory no longer require confirmation through CDC. Because testing has expanded to include commercial laboratories, we are receiving results from multiple sources throughout the day. Also, OHA no longer receives detailed information about specific symptoms and severity of all people being tested for COVID-19 infection.
In an effort to get the most accurate and most current information to Oregonians, we will update statewide cases once a day.
Our updates on cases will include:
  • Cases from the Oregon State Public Health Laboratory​.
  • Cases from commercial and out-of-state labs.
  • Because confirmation from CDC is no longer required, we will simply report total number of cases and will remove earlier information about CDC confirmatory testing.
  • Because reporting about travel and nature of illness isn’t available for cases reported from commercial labs, we are removing hospitalization status and information about travel to a country where COVID-19 is circulating.
  • Because community transmission is now occurring in Oregon and new recommendations on social ​distancing​ are in place, we are no longer reporting daily counts of persons under monitoring.
  • We will continue to track and report COVID-19 deaths.
Test Results
As of 3/17/​2020, 9:00 AM​
Positive 65
Negative​ 968
Pending 215
Total (Cumulative since January 24, 2020) 1,248

County​​ Number of cases​ Deaths
​Benton 2​ ​0
​Clackamas 6 0
​Deschutes 6 0
​Douglas 1​ 0
Jackson 2 0
Klamath 1 0
​Linn 15 0
Marion 4 0
​Multnomah 3 1
​Polk 1​ 0
​Umatilla ​2 0
​Washington 21 0
Yamhill 1 0
​Total 65 1

Age group Number of cases
17 or younger 3
18 to 24 4
25 to 34 1
​35 to 54 15
55+ 42
Total 65

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Cases as of March 16th, 2020

3/16/2020 Updates From the Oregon Health Authority:

Beginning March 15, 2020, the Oregon Health Authority is updating the way we report COVID-19 cases in Oregon. Results from the Oregon State Public Health Laboratory no longer require confirmation through CDC. Because testing has expanded to include commercial laboratories, we are receiving results from multiple sources throughout the day. Also, OHA no longer receives detailed information about specific symptoms and severity of all people being tested for COVID-19 infection. 
In an effort to get the most accurate and most current information to Oregonians, we will update statewide cases once a day.
Our updates on cases will include:
  • Cases from the Oregon State Public Health Laboratory​.
  • Cases from commercial and out-of-state labs.
  • Because confirmation from CDC is no longer required, we will simply report total number of cases and will remove earlier information about CDC confirmatory testing.
  • Because reporting about travel and nature of illness isn’t available for cases reported from commercial labs, we are removing hospitalization status and information about travel to a country where COVID-19 is circulating.
  • We will continue to track and report COVID-19 deaths.

Test Results for Persons Under Investigation (PUI)*
As of 3/16/​2020, 10:51 AM​
Cases  47
Negative​ 689
Pending 184
Total PUI (Cumulative since January 24, 2020) 920
*A PUI is an individual with COVID-19 symptoms—but not necessarily the virus—who may have been exposed through close contact with a confirmed case or travel to an affected region, or who has pneumonia, thought by the clinician to be viral, requiring hospitalization with no more likely diagnosis and no source of exposure has been identified.

Persons Under Monitoring (PUM)*
As of 3/16/2020, 10:51 AM
Currently under monitoring 352
PUM who have completed monitoring without developing symptoms or were determined to have no risk 381
Total PUM (Cumulative since January 24, 2020)​ 733
*A PUM is an individual who does not have COVID-19 symptoms but who may have been exposed to COVID-19 through close contact with a confirmed case.

County​​ Number of cases​ Deaths
​Benton 2​ ​0
​Clackamas 2 0
​Deschutes 6 0
​Douglas 1​ 0
Jackson 2 0
Klamath 1 0
​Linn 10 0
Marion 3 0
​Multnomah 2 1
​Polk 1​ 0
​Umatilla ​2 0
​Washington 14 0
Yamhill 1 0
​Total 47 1

Age group Number of cases
17 or younger 1
18 to 24 3
25 to 34 1
​35 to 54 13
55+ 29
Total 47

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Cases as of March 15th, 2020

3/15/2020: Updates From the Oregon Health Authority:

 

Beginning March 15, 2020, the Oregon Health Authority is updating the way we report COVID-19 cases in Oregon. Results from the Oregon State Public Health Laboratory no longer require confirmation through CDC. Because testing has expanded to include commercial laboratories, we are receiving results from multiple sources throughout the day. Also, OHA no longer receives detailed information about specific symptoms and severity of all people being tested for COVID-19 infection. 

In an effort to get the most accurate and most current information to Oregonians, we will update statewide cases once a day.

Our updates on cases will include:

  • Cases from the Oregon State Public Health Laboratory​.
  • Cases from commercial and out-of-state labs.
  • Because confirmation from CDC is no longer required, we will simply report total number of cases and will remove earlier information about CDC confirmatory testing.
  • Because reporting about travel and nature of illness isn’t available for cases reported from commercial labs, we are removing hospitalization status and information about travel to a country where COVID-19 is circulating.
  • We will continue to track and report COVID-19 deaths.

Test Results for Persons Under Investigation (PUI)*
As of 3/15/​2020, 12:00 PM​
Cases  39
Negative​ 579
Pending 182
Total PUI (Cumulative since January 24, 2020) 800
*A PUI is an individual with COVID-19 symptoms—but not necessarily the virus—who may have been exposed through close contact with a confirmed case or travel to an affected region, or who has pneumonia, thought by the clinician to be viral, requiring hospitalization with no more likely diagnosis and no source of exposure has been identified.


Persons Under Monitoring (PUM)*
As of 3/15/2020, 12:00 PM
Currently under monitoring 355
PUM who have completed monitoring without developing symptoms or were determined to have no risk 366
Total PUM (Cumulative since January 24, 2020)​ 721
*A PUM is an individual who does not have COVID-19 symptoms but who may have been exposed to COVID-19 through close contact with a confirmed case.


County​​ Number of cases​ Deaths
​Clackamas 1​ 0
​Deschutes 4 0
​Douglas 1​ 0
Jackson 2 0
Klamath 1 0
​Linn 10 0
Marion 2 0
​Multnomah 1​ 1
​Polk 1​ 0
​Umatilla ​2 0
​Washington 13 0
Yamhill 1 0
​Total 39 1


Age group Number of cases
17 or younger 1
18 to 24 3
25 to 34 1
​35 to 54 10
55+ 24
Total 39