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05/14/2020 Case Updates From the Oregon Health Authority:

Situation in Oregon

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

Data current as of 5/14/2020, 8:00 a.m. Updated daily.
Total cases 3,4791
Total deaths 137
Positive tests 3,407
Negative tests 83,272
Total tested 86,679

1Includes cases confirmed by diagnostic testing and presumptive cases. Presumptive cases are those without a positive diagnostic test who present COVID-19-like symptoms and had close contact with a confirmed case.

County Cases1 Deaths2 Negatives3
Baker 1 0 118
Benton 50 5 3050
Clackamas 271 9 7936
Clatsop 36 0 975
Columbia 16 0 1054
Coos 30 0 931
Crook 1 0 345
Curry 4 0 235
Deschutes 91 0 3172
Douglas 24 0 1630
Gilliam 0 0 35
Grant 1 0 86
Harney 1 0 108
Hood River 14 0 780
Jackson 50 0 5063
Jefferson 24 0 537
Josephine 25 1 1434
Klamath 41 0 2682
Lake 0 0 92
Lane 61 2 6466
Lincoln 6 0 969
Linn 107 8 2807
Malheur 16 0 382
Marion 779 23 6099
Morrow 12 0 117
Multnomah 940 55 18323
Polk 91 9 1218
Sherman 1 0 49
Tillamook 6 0 459
Umatilla 88 2 1089
Union 4 0 184
Wallowa 1 0 65
Wasco 16 1 835
Washington 616 15 11833
Wheeler 0 0 71
Yamhill 55 7 2034
Total 3479 137 83263
Age group Cases Percent Ever hospitalized4 Deaths2
0 to 9 32 1% 5 0
10 to 19 113 3% 1 0
20 to 29 498 14% 25 0
30 to 39 596 17% 43 0
40 to 49 597 17% 83 3
50 to 59 602 17% 113 5
60 to 69 487 14% 163 26
70 to 79 321 9% 142 39
80 and over 222 6% 106 64
Not available 11 0% 4 0
Total 3479 100% 685 137
Sex Cases Percent Deaths2
Female 1851 53% 58
Male 1627 47% 79
Non-binary 1 0% 0
Not available 0 0% 0
Total 3479 100% 137
Hospitalized4 Cases Percent
Yes 685 20%
No 2552 73%
Not provided 242 7%
Total 3479 100%
Hospital capacity and usage5 Available Total
Adult ICU beds 191 791
Adult non-ICU beds 1706 6715
Pediatric NICU/PICU beds 74 302
Pediatric non-ICU beds 143 347
Ventilators 784  
COVID-19 details5 Patients with suspected or confirmed COVID-19 Only patients with confirmed COVID-19
Current hospitalized patients 163 59
Current patients in ICU beds 38 22
Current patients on ventilators 17 12
Testing by Oregon State Public Health Laboratory
Specimens received at OSPHL on 5/13/2020 71
Test results released by OSPHL on 5/13/2020 73
Specimens pending at OSPHL as of 8:00 p.m. 5/13/2020 36
Total persons tested for COVID-19 at OSPHL since 2/28/2020 4,713
Total persons tested at other laboratories 81,966
Total persons tested 83,909

1This includes cases confirmed by diagnostic testing and presumptive cases. Presumptive cases are those without a positive diagnostic test who present COVID-19-like symptoms and had close contact with a confirmed case. County of residence for cases may change as new information becomes available. If changes occur, we will update our counts accordingly.

2For additional details on individuals who have died from COVID-19 in Oregon, please refer to our press releases.

3This includes cases who test negative and are not epi-linked to a confirmed case.

4Ever hospitalized, if available, as reported to Orpheus. Orpheus is the state of Oregon’s electronic disease surveillance system for reportable diseases. Cases are considered hospitalized if they were ever admitted to the hospital for inpatient care during the their COVID-19 illness. Cases who were examined in but not admitted to a hospital may be incorrectly classified as hospitalized until interview and medical record review are complete, leading to fluctuations in the number of hospitalized COVID-19 cases.

5As reported to Oregon’s Hospital Capacity Web System (HOSCAP). Every hospital in Oregon is asked to submit data twice daily HOSCAP. Hospital staff are asked to enter bed capacity information, by type, as well as the numbers of patients with suspected or confirmed COVID-19 illness who are currently hospitalized at the time of data entry. These data may conflict with hospitalization status in Orpheus due to case reporting and investigation lags and temporary discrepancies in case classification.

Notes:

  1. Because community transmission is occurring in Oregon and recommendations on social or physical 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 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.
  5. 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. Previous updates are posted on OHA’s COVID-19 News page.

Daily Update

Produced jointly by the Oregon Health Authority and the Oregon Office of Emergency Management, this update details the overall picture of the COVID-19 response across government agencies, including information on hospital capacity and PPE inventory.


Weekly Report

Produced weekly on Tuesdays by the the Oregon Health Authority, this report includes details on symptoms, risk factors, race and ethnicity, and long term care and senior living communities.


Weekly Testing Summary


Projected COVID-19 Epidemic Trends in Oregon


Statewide Death Data

Produced weekly on Tuesdays by the OHA Center for Health Statistics (CHS), this dashboard shows data for statewide deaths and place of death.

Cases as of May 20th, 2020

 Situation in Oregon

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

Data current as of 5/20/2020, 8:00 a.m. Updated daily.
Total cases 3,8011
Total deaths 144
Positive tests 3,701
Negative tests 98,348
Total tested 102,049

1Includes cases confirmed by diagnostic testing and presumptive cases. Presumptive cases are those without a positive diagnostic test who present COVID-19-like symptoms and had close contact with a confirmed case.

County Cases1 Deaths2 Negatives3
Baker 1 0 153
Benton 55 5 3308
Clackamas 284 9 9336
Clatsop 42 0 1191
Columbia 16 0 1252
Coos 30 0 1145
Crook 1 0 420
Curry 5 0 271
Deschutes 116 0 3964
Douglas 25 0 2011
Gilliam 0 0 47
Grant 1 0 93
Harney 1 0 134
Hood River 14 0 890
Jackson 52 0 5613
Jefferson 24 0 668
Josephine 27 1 1725
Klamath 41 0 2995
Lake 0 0 103
Lane 66 2 7938
Lincoln 8 0 1178
Linn 110 9 3253
Malheur 21 0 524
Marion 879 24 7734
Morrow 12 0 136
Multnomah 1018 57 21207
Polk 94 9 1542
Sherman 1 0 65
Tillamook 6 0 557
Umatilla 105 3 1317
Union 6 0 283
Wallowa 1 0 88
Wasco 18 1 953
Washington 658 17 13793
Wheeler 0 0 73
Yamhill 63 7 2370
Total 3801 144 98330
Age group Cases1 Percent Ever hospitalized4 Deaths2
0 to 9 44 1% 5 0
10 to 19 139 4% 3 0
20 to 29 568 15% 31 0
30 to 39 646 17% 45 0
40 to 49 655 17% 86 3
50 to 59 667 18% 122 5
60 to 69 516 14% 172 29
70 to 79 338 9% 148 41
80 and over 228 6% 111 66
Not available 0 0% 0 0
Total 3801 100% 723 144
Sex Cases1 Percent Deaths2 Percent
Female 1995 52% 61 42%
Male 1802 47% 83 58%
Non-binary 1 0% 0 0%
Not available 3 0% 0 0%
Total 3801 100% 144 100%
Hospitalized4 Cases1 Percent
Yes 723 19%
No 2820 74%
Not provided 258 7%
Total 3801 100%
Hospital capacity and usage5 Available Total staffed
Adult ICU beds 196 815
Adult non-ICU beds 1672 6742
Pediatric NICU/PICU beds 78 316
Pediatric non-ICU beds 127 346
Ventilators 780  
COVID-19 details5 Patients with suspected or confirmed COVID-19 Only patients with confirmed COVID-19
Current hospitalized patients 152 53
Current patients in ICU beds 42 25
Current patients on ventilators 17 13
Testing by Oregon State Public Health Laboratory
Specimens received at OSPHL on 5/19/2020 64
Test results released by OSPHL on 5/19/2020 74
Specimens pending at OSPHL as of 8:00 p.m. 5/19/2020 20
Total persons tested for COVID-19 at OSPHL since 2/28/2020 5,129
Total persons tested at other laboratories 96,920
Total persons tested 102,049

1This includes cases confirmed by diagnostic testing and presumptive cases. Presumptive cases are those without a positive diagnostic test who present COVID-19-like symptoms and had close contact with a confirmed case. County of residence for cases may change as new information becomes available. If changes occur, we will update our counts accordingly.

2For additional details on individuals who have died from COVID-19 in Oregon, please refer to our press releases.

3This includes cases who test negative and are not epi-linked to a confirmed case.

4Ever hospitalized, if available, as reported to Orpheus. Orpheus is the state of Oregon’s electronic disease surveillance system for reportable diseases. Cases are considered hospitalized if they were ever admitted to the hospital for inpatient care during the their COVID-19 illness. Cases who were examined in but not admitted to a hospital may be incorrectly classified as hospitalized until interview and medical record review are complete, leading to fluctuations in the number of hospitalized COVID-19 cases.

5As reported to Oregon’s Hospital Capacity Web System (HOSCAP). Every hospital in Oregon is asked to submit data twice daily HOSCAP. Hospital staff are asked to enter bed capacity information, by type, as well as the numbers of patients with suspected or confirmed COVID-19 illness who are currently hospitalized at the time of data entry. These data may conflict with hospitalization status in Orpheus due to case reporting and investigation lags and temporary discrepancies in case classification.

Notes:

  1. Because community transmission is occurring in Oregon and recommendations on social or physical 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 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.
  5. 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. Previous updates are posted on OHA’s COVID-19 News page.

Daily Update

Produced jointly by the Oregon Health Authority and the Oregon Office of Emergency Management, this update details the overall picture of the COVID-19 response across government agencies, including information on hospital capacity and PPE inventory.


Weekly Report

Produced weekly on Tuesdays by the the Oregon Health Authority, this report includes details on symptoms, risk factors, race and ethnicity, and long term care and senior living communities.


Weekly Testing Summary


Projected COVID-19 Epidemic Trends in Oregon


Statewide Death Data

Produced weekly on Tuesdays by the OHA Center for Health Statistics (CHS), this dashboard shows data for statewide deaths and place of death.

Cases as of May 19th, 2020

 Situation in Oregon

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

Data current as of 5/19/2020, 8:00 a.m. Updated daily.
Total cases 3,7261
Total deaths 140
Positive tests 3,636
Negative tests 95,994
Total tested 99,630

1Includes cases confirmed by diagnostic testing and presumptive cases. Presumptive cases are those without a positive diagnostic test who present COVID-19-like symptoms and had close contact with a confirmed case.

County Cases1 Deaths2 Negatives3
Baker 1 0 143
Benton 54 5 3264
Clackamas 284 9 9157
Clatsop 38 0 1124
Columbia 16 0 1211
Coos 30 0 1110
Crook 1 0 409
Curry 5 0 262
Deschutes 107 0 3799
Douglas 25 0 1944
Gilliam 0 0 47
Grant 1 0 92
Harney 1 0 127
Hood River 14 0 868
Jackson 52 0 5478
Jefferson 24 0 636
Josephine 25 1 1653
Klamath 41 0 2934
Lake 0 0 103
Lane 65 2 7692
Lincoln 8 0 1163
Linn 109 9 3199
Malheur 21 0 491
Marion 855 24 7493
Morrow 12 0 136
Multnomah 1005 55 20850
Polk 93 9 1485
Sherman 1 0 64
Tillamook 6 0 543
Umatilla 101 3 1265
Union 6 0 249
Wallowa 1 0 83
Wasco 18 1 948
Washington 644 15 13589
Wheeler 0 0 73
Yamhill 62 7 2294
Total 3726 140 95978
Age group Cases1 Percent Ever hospitalized4 Deaths2
0 to 9 41 1% 5 0
10 to 19 134 4% 2 0
20 to 29 551 15% 29 0
30 to 39 633 17% 45 0
40 to 49 636 17% 85 3
50 to 59 654 18% 120 5
60 to 69 510 14% 169 28
70 to 79 329 9% 145 40
80 and over 228 6% 110 64
Not available 10 0% 4 0
Total 3726 100% 714 140
Sex Cases1 Percent Deaths2 Percent
Female 1963 53% 59 42%
Male 1759 47% 81 58%
Non-binary 1 0% 0 0%
Not available 3 0% 0 0%
Total 3726 100% 1140 100%
Hospitalized4 Cases1 Percent
Yes 714 19%
No 2754 74%
Not provided 258 7%
Total 3726 100%
Hospital capacity and usage5 Available Total staffed
Adult ICU beds 250 800
Adult non-ICU beds 1939 6776
Pediatric NICU/PICU beds 84 302
Pediatric non-ICU beds 145 346
Ventilators 794  
COVID-19 details5 Patients with suspected or confirmed COVID-19 Only patients with confirmed COVID-19
Current hospitalized patients 137 52
Current patients in ICU beds 43 20
Current patients on ventilators 13 9
Testing by Oregon State Public Health Laboratory
Specimens received at OSPHL on 5/18/2020 30
Test results released by OSPHL on 5/18/2020 2
Specimens pending at OSPHL as of 8:00 p.m. 5/18/2020 28
Total persons tested for COVID-19 at OSPHL since 2/28/2020 5,070
Total persons tested at other laboratories 94,560
Total persons tested 99,630

1This includes cases confirmed by diagnostic testing and presumptive cases. Presumptive cases are those without a positive diagnostic test who present COVID-19-like symptoms and had close contact with a confirmed case. County of residence for cases may change as new information becomes available. If changes occur, we will update our counts accordingly.

2For additional details on individuals who have died from COVID-19 in Oregon, please refer to our press releases.

3This includes cases who test negative and are not epi-linked to a confirmed case.

4Ever hospitalized, if available, as reported to Orpheus. Orpheus is the state of Oregon’s electronic disease surveillance system for reportable diseases. Cases are considered hospitalized if they were ever admitted to the hospital for inpatient care during the their COVID-19 illness. Cases who were examined in but not admitted to a hospital may be incorrectly classified as hospitalized until interview and medical record review are complete, leading to fluctuations in the number of hospitalized COVID-19 cases.

5As reported to Oregon’s Hospital Capacity Web System (HOSCAP). Every hospital in Oregon is asked to submit data twice daily HOSCAP. Hospital staff are asked to enter bed capacity information, by type, as well as the numbers of patients with suspected or confirmed COVID-19 illness who are currently hospitalized at the time of data entry. These data may conflict with hospitalization status in Orpheus due to case reporting and investigation lags and temporary discrepancies in case classification.

Notes:

  1. Because community transmission is occurring in Oregon and recommendations on social or physical 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 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.
  5. 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. Previous updates are posted on OHA’s COVID-19 News page.

Daily Update

Produced jointly by the Oregon Health Authority and the Oregon Office of Emergency Management, this update details the overall picture of the COVID-19 response across government agencies, including information on hospital capacity and PPE inventory.


Weekly Report

Produced weekly on Tuesdays by the the Oregon Health Authority, this report includes details on symptoms, risk factors, race and ethnicity, and long term care and senior living communities.


Weekly Testing Summary


Projected COVID-19 Epidemic Trends in Oregon


Statewide Death Data

Produced weekly on Tuesdays by the OHA Center for Health Statistics (CHS), this dashboard shows data for statewide deaths and place of death.

Cases as of May 14th, 2020:

05/14/2020 Case Updates From the Oregon Health Authority:

Situation in Oregon

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

 

Data current as of 5/14/2020, 8:00 a.m. Updated daily.
Total cases 3,4791
Total deaths 137
Positive tests 3,407
Negative tests 83,272
Total tested 86,679

1Includes cases confirmed by diagnostic testing and presumptive cases. Presumptive cases are those without a positive diagnostic test who present COVID-19-like symptoms and had close contact with a confirmed case.

 

County Cases1 Deaths2 Negatives3
Baker 1 0 118
Benton 50 5 3050
Clackamas 271 9 7936
Clatsop 36 0 975
Columbia 16 0 1054
Coos 30 0 931
Crook 1 0 345
Curry 4 0 235
Deschutes 91 0 3172
Douglas 24 0 1630
Gilliam 0 0 35
Grant 1 0 86
Harney 1 0 108
Hood River 14 0 780
Jackson 50 0 5063
Jefferson 24 0 537
Josephine 25 1 1434
Klamath 41 0 2682
Lake 0 0 92
Lane 61 2 6466
Lincoln 6 0 969
Linn 107 8 2807
Malheur 16 0 382
Marion 779 23 6099
Morrow 12 0 117
Multnomah 940 55 18323
Polk 91 9 1218
Sherman 1 0 49
Tillamook 6 0 459
Umatilla 88 2 1089
Union 4 0 184
Wallowa 1 0 65
Wasco 16 1 835
Washington 616 15 11833
Wheeler 0 0 71
Yamhill 55 7 2034
Total 3479 137 83263
Age group Cases Percent Ever hospitalized4 Deaths2
0 to 9 32 1% 5 0
10 to 19 113 3% 1 0
20 to 29 498 14% 25 0
30 to 39 596 17% 43 0
40 to 49 597 17% 83 3
50 to 59 602 17% 113 5
60 to 69 487 14% 163 26
70 to 79 321 9% 142 39
80 and over 222 6% 106 64
Not available 11 0% 4 0
Total 3479 100% 685 137
Sex Cases Percent Deaths2
Female 1851 53% 58
Male 1627 47% 79
Non-binary 1 0% 0
Not available 0 0% 0
Total 3479 100% 137
Hospitalized4 Cases Percent
Yes 685 20%
No 2552 73%
Not provided 242 7%
Total 3479 100%
Hospital capacity and usage5 Available Total
Adult ICU beds 191 791
Adult non-ICU beds 1706 6715
Pediatric NICU/PICU beds 74 302
Pediatric non-ICU beds 143 347
Ventilators 784  
COVID-19 details5 Patients with suspected or confirmed COVID-19 Only patients with confirmed COVID-19
Current hospitalized patients 163 59
Current patients in ICU beds 38 22
Current patients on ventilators 17 12
Testing by Oregon State Public Health Laboratory
Specimens received at OSPHL on 5/13/2020 71
Test results released by OSPHL on 5/13/2020 73
Specimens pending at OSPHL as of 8:00 p.m. 5/13/2020 36
Total persons tested for COVID-19 at OSPHL since 2/28/2020 4,713
Total persons tested at other laboratories 81,966
Total persons tested 83,909

1This includes cases confirmed by diagnostic testing and presumptive cases. Presumptive cases are those without a positive diagnostic test who present COVID-19-like symptoms and had close contact with a confirmed case. County of residence for cases may change as new information becomes available. If changes occur, we will update our counts accordingly.

2For additional details on individuals who have died from COVID-19 in Oregon, please refer to our press releases.

3This includes cases who test negative and are not epi-linked to a confirmed case.

4Ever hospitalized, if available, as reported to Orpheus. Orpheus is the state of Oregon’s electronic disease surveillance system for reportable diseases. Cases are considered hospitalized if they were ever admitted to the hospital for inpatient care during the their COVID-19 illness. Cases who were examined in but not admitted to a hospital may be incorrectly classified as hospitalized until interview and medical record review are complete, leading to fluctuations in the number of hospitalized COVID-19 cases.

5As reported to Oregon’s Hospital Capacity Web System (HOSCAP). Every hospital in Oregon is asked to submit data twice daily HOSCAP. Hospital staff are asked to enter bed capacity information, by type, as well as the numbers of patients with suspected or confirmed COVID-19 illness who are currently hospitalized at the time of data entry. These data may conflict with hospitalization status in Orpheus due to case reporting and investigation lags and temporary discrepancies in case classification.

Notes:

  1. Because community transmission is occurring in Oregon and recommendations on social or physical 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 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.
  5. 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. Previous updates are posted on OHA’s COVID-19 News page.

 

Daily Update

Produced jointly by the Oregon Health Authority and the Oregon Office of Emergency Management, this update details the overall picture of the COVID-19 response across government agencies, including information on hospital capacity and PPE inventory.


Weekly Report

Produced weekly on Tuesdays by the the Oregon Health Authority, this report includes details on symptoms, risk factors, race and ethnicity, and long term care and senior living communities.


Weekly Testing Summary


Projected COVID-19 Epidemic Trends in Oregon


Statewide Death Data

Produced weekly on Tuesdays by the OHA Center for Health Statistics (CHS), this dashboard shows data for statewide deaths and place of death.

Cases as of May 13th, 2020

 Situation in Oregon

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

Data current as of 5/13/2020, 8:00 a.m. Updated daily.
Total cases 3,4161
Total deaths 134
Positive tests 3,338
Negative tests 80,571
Total tested 83,909

1Includes cases confirmed by diagnostic testing and presumptive cases. Presumptive cases are those without a positive diagnostic test who present COVID-19-like symptoms and had close contact with a confirmed case.

County Cases1 Deaths2 Negatives3
Baker 1 0 112
Benton 50 5 3002
Clackamas 274 9 7697
Clatsop 37 0 958
Columbia 16 0 1019
Coos 30 0 894
Crook 1 0 328
Curry 4 0 234
Deschutes 89 0 3022
Douglas 24 0 1557
Gilliam 0 0 33
Grant 1 0 86
Harney 1 0 102
Hood River 14 0 768
Jackson 50 0 4933
Jefferson 24 0 507
Josephine 25 1 1393
Klamath 41 0 2612
Lake 0 0 88
Lane 61 2 6179
Lincoln 6 0 935
Linn 105 8 2741
Malheur 15 0 369
Marion 746 23 5946
Morrow 12 0 115
Multnomah 921 53 17701
Polk 90 9 1199
Sherman 1 0 48
Tillamook 6 0 444
Umatilla 86 2 1000
Union 4 0 180
Wallowa 1 0 55
Wasco 16 1 816
Washington 614 14 11450
Wheeler 0 0 70
Yamhill 50 7 1970
Total 3416 134 80563
Age group Cases Percent Ever hospitalized4 Deaths2
0 to 9 30 1% 5 0
10 to 19 110 3% 1 0
20 to 29 488 14% 25 0
30 to 39 587 17% 43 0
40 to 49 587 17% 83 3
50 to 59 590 17% 112 5
60 to 69 478 14% 162 23
70 to 79 314 9% 138 39
80 and over 223 7% 105 64
Not available 9 0% 4 0
Total 3416 100% 678 134
Sex Cases Percent Deaths2
Female 1825 53% 58
Male 1590 47% 76
Non-binary 1 0% 0
Not available 0 0% 0
Total 3416 100% 134
Hospitalized4 Cases Percent
Yes 678 20%
No 2511 74%
Not provided 227 7%
Total 3416 100%
Hospital capacity and usage5 Available Total
Adult ICU beds 209 791
Adult non-ICU beds 1787 6763
Pediatric NICU/PICU beds 82 299
Pediatric non-ICU beds 138 346
Ventilators 776  
COVID-19 details5 Patients with suspected or confirmed COVID-19 Only patients with confirmed COVID-19
Current hospitalized patients 162 53
Current patients in ICU beds 38 17
Current patients on ventilators 17 13
Testing by Oregon State Public Health Laboratory
Specimens received at OSPHL on 5/12/2020 73
Test results released by OSPHL on 5/12/2020 65
Specimens pending at OSPHL as of 8:00 p.m. 5/12/2020 38
Total persons tested for COVID-19 at OSPHL since 2/28/2020 4,658
Total persons tested at other laboratories 79,251
Total persons tested 83,909

1This includes cases confirmed by diagnostic testing and presumptive cases. Presumptive cases are those without a positive diagnostic test who present COVID-19-like symptoms and had close contact with a confirmed case. County of residence for cases may change as new information becomes available. If changes occur, we will update our counts accordingly.

2For additional details on individuals who have died from COVID-19 in Oregon, please refer to our press releases.

3This includes cases who test negative and are not epi-linked to a confirmed case.

4Ever hospitalized, if available, as reported to Orpheus. Orpheus is the state of Oregon’s electronic disease surveillance system for reportable diseases. Cases are considered hospitalized if they were ever admitted to the hospital for inpatient care during the their COVID-19 illness. Cases who were examined in but not admitted to a hospital may be incorrectly classified as hospitalized until interview and medical record review are complete, leading to fluctuations in the number of hospitalized COVID-19 cases.

5As reported to Oregon’s Hospital Capacity Web System (HOSCAP). Every hospital in Oregon is asked to submit data twice daily HOSCAP. Hospital staff are asked to enter bed capacity information, by type, as well as the numbers of patients with suspected or confirmed COVID-19 illness who are currently hospitalized at the time of data entry. These data may conflict with hospitalization status in Orpheus due to case reporting and investigation lags and temporary discrepancies in case classification.

Notes:

  1. Because community transmission is occurring in Oregon and recommendations on social or physical 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 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.
  5. 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. Previous updates are posted on OHA’s COVID-19 News page.

Daily Update

Produced jointly by the Oregon Health Authority and the Oregon Office of Emergency Management, this update details the overall picture of the COVID-19 response across government agencies, including information on hospital capacity and PPE inventory.


Weekly Report

Produced weekly on Tuesdays by the the Oregon Health Authority, this report includes details on symptoms, risk factors, race and ethnicity, and long term care and senior living communities.


Weekly Testing Summary


Projected COVID-19 Epidemic Trends in Oregon


Statewide Death Data

Produced weekly on Tuesdays by the OHA Center for Health Statistics (CHS), this dashboard shows data for statewide deaths and place of death.

Cases as of May 12th, 2020

05/12/2020 Case Updates From the Oregon Health Authority:

Situation in Oregon

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

 

Data current as of 5/12/2020, 8:00 a.m. Updated daily.
Total cases 3,3581
Total deaths 130
Positive tests 3,283
Negative tests 76,312
Total tested 79,595

1Includes cases confirmed by diagnostic testing and presumptive cases. Presumptive cases are those without a positive diagnostic test who present COVID-19-like symptoms and had close contact with a confirmed case.

 

County Cases1 Deaths2 Negatives3
Baker 1 0 103
Benton 50 5 2407
Clackamas 274 9 7332
Clatsop 34 0 847
Columbia 15 0 977
Coos 29 0 839
Crook 1 0 299
Curry 4 0 221
Deschutes 90 0 2816
Douglas 24 0 1459
Gilliam 0 0 33
Grant 1 0 80
Harney 1 0 97
Hood River 13 0 744
Jackson 50 0 4775
Jefferson 24 0 472
Josephine 25 1 1353
Klamath 41 0 2585
Lake 0 0 82
Lane 61 2 5865
Lincoln 6 0 919
Linn 104 8 2617
Malheur 14 0 344
Marion 723 23 5702
Morrow 12 0 115
Multnomah 908 53 16883
Polk 89 6 1176
Sherman 1 0 47
Tillamook 6 0 429
Umatilla 85 2 960
Union 4 0 160
Wallowa 1 0 49
Wasco 16 1 789
Washington 601 13 10800
Wheeler 0 0 20
Yamhill 50 7 1909
Total 3358 130 76305
Age group Cases Percent Ever hospitalized4 Deaths2
0 to 9 28 1% 5 0
10 to 19 106 3% 1 0
20 to 29 476 14% 25 0
30 to 39 577 17% 42 0
40 to 49 577 17% 83 3
50 to 59 582 17% 112 5
60 to 69 471 14% 161 23
70 to 79 311 9% 137 39
80 and over 221 7% 103 60
Not available 9 0% 4 0
Total 3358 100% 673 130
Sex Cases Percent Deaths2
Female 1795 54% 55
Male 1560 46% 75
Non-binary 1 0% 0
Not available 2 0% 0
Total 3358 100% 130
Hospitalized4 Cases Percent
Yes 673 20%
No 2449 73%
Not provided 236 7%
Total 3358 100%
Hospital capacity and usage5 Available Total
Adult ICU beds 195 796
Adult non-ICU beds 1729 6877
Pediatric NICU/PICU beds 72 302
Pediatric non-ICU beds 132 332
Ventilators 771  
COVID-19 details5 Patients with suspected or confirmed COVID-19 Only patients with confirmed COVID-19
Current hospitalized patients 165 57
Current patients in ICU beds 39 18
Current patients on ventilators 25 15
Testing by Oregon State Public Health Laboratory
Specimens received at OSPHL on 5/11/2020 30
Test results released by OSPHL on 5/11/2020 1
Specimens pending at OSPHL as of 8:00 p.m. 5/11/2020 30
Total persons tested for COVID-19 at OSPHL since 2/28/2020 4,627
Total persons tested at other laboratories 74,968
Total persons tested 79,595

1This includes cases confirmed by diagnostic testing and presumptive cases. Presumptive cases are those without a positive diagnostic test who present COVID-19-like symptoms and had close contact with a confirmed case. County of residence for cases may change as new information becomes available. If changes occur, we will update our counts accordingly.

2For additional details on individuals who have died from COVID-19 in Oregon, please refer to our press releases.

3This includes cases who test negative and are not epi-linked to a confirmed case.

4Ever hospitalized, if available, as reported to Orpheus. Orpheus is the state of Oregon’s electronic disease surveillance system for reportable diseases. Cases are considered hospitalized if they were ever admitted to the hospital for inpatient care during the their COVID-19 illness. Cases who were examined in but not admitted to a hospital may be incorrectly classified as hospitalized until interview and medical record review are complete, leading to fluctuations in the number of hospitalized COVID-19 cases.

5As reported to Oregon’s Hospital Capacity Web System (HOSCAP). Every hospital in Oregon is asked to submit data twice daily HOSCAP. Hospital staff are asked to enter bed capacity information, by type, as well as the numbers of patients with suspected or confirmed COVID-19 illness who are currently hospitalized at the time of data entry. These data may conflict with hospitalization status in Orpheus due to case reporting and investigation lags and temporary discrepancies in case classification.

Notes:

  1. Because community transmission is occurring in Oregon and recommendations on social or physical 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 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.
  5. 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. Previous updates are posted on OHA’s COVID-19 News page.

 

Daily Update

Produced jointly by the Oregon Health Authority and the Oregon Office of Emergency Management, this update details the overall picture of the COVID-19 response across government agencies, including information on hospital capacity and PPE inventory.


Weekly Report

Produced weekly on Tuesdays by the the Oregon Health Authority, this report includes details on symptoms, risk factors, race and ethnicity, and long term care and senior living communities.


Weekly Testing Summary


Projected COVID-19 Epidemic Trends in Oregon


Statewide Death Data

Produced weekly on Tuesdays by the OHA Center for Health Statistics (CHS), this dashboard shows data for statewide deaths and place of death.

Cases as of May 6th, 2020

05/06/2020 Case Updates From the Oregon Health Authority:

Situation in Oregon

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

 

Data current as of 5/6/2020, 8:00 a.m. Updated daily.
Total cases 2,916
Total deaths 115
Positive tests 2,887
Negative tests 65,060
Total tested 67,947

This includes cases confirmed by diagnostic testing and presumptive cases. Presumptive cases are those without a positive diagnostic test who present COVID-19-like symptoms and had close contact with a confirmed case.

 

County Positive Deaths* Negative
Baker 1 0 86
Benton 40 5 2135
Clackamas 235 7 6319
Clatsop 17 0 593
Columbia 15 0 825
Coos 28 0 683
Crook 1 0 254
Curry 4 0 184
Deschutes 81 0 2304
Douglas 24 0 1251
Gilliam 0 0 24
Grant 1 0 59
Harney 1 0 76
Hood River 11 0 586
Jackson 49 0 4430
Jefferson 18 0 371
Josephine 24 1 1199
Klamath 39 0 2264
Lake 0 0 73
Lane 57 2 4531
Lincoln 6 0 662
Linn 99 7 2104
Malheur 13 0 280
Marion 592 19 4942
Morrow 10 0 93
Multnomah 793 50 14614
Polk 75 3 976
Sherman 1 0 34
Tillamook 6 0 357
Umatilla 77 1 794
Union 4 0 148
Wallowa 1 0 42
Wasco 14 1 677
Washington 537 12 9457
Wheeler 0 0 13
Yamhill 42 7 1616
Total 2916 115 65056
Age group Cases Percent Ever hospitalized Deaths*
0 to 9 14 0% 4 0
10 to 19 81 3% 3 0
20 to 29 387 13% 25 0
30 to 39 477 16% 43 0
40 to 49 503 17% 79 3
50 to 59 521 18% 104 3
60 to 69 432 15% 158 20
70 to 79 284 10% 125 36
80 and over 206 7% 97 53
Not available 11 0% 3 0
Total 2916 100% 641 115
Sex Cases Percent Deaths*
Female 1571 54% 46
Male 1343 46% 69
Non-binary 1 0% 0
Not available 1 0% 0
Total 2916 100% 115
Hospitalized Cases Percent
Yes 641 22%
No 2088 72%
Not provided 187 6%
Total 2916 100%
Hospital capacity and usage Available Total
Adult ICU beds 263 823
Adult non-ICU beds 1872 6971
Pediatric NICU/PICU beds 85 286
Pediatric non-ICU beds 151 349
Ventilators 775  
COVID-19 details Patients with suspected or confirmed COVID-19 Only patients with confirmed COVID-19
Current hospitalized patients 191 91
Current patients in ICU beds 47 26
Current patients on ventilators 20 15
Testing by Oregon State Public Health Laboratory
Specimens received at OSPHL on 5/5/2020 50
Test results released by OSPHL on 5/5/2020 47
Specimens pending at OSPHL as of 8:00 p.m. 5/5/2020 9
Total persons tested for COVID-19 at OSPHL since 2/28/2020 4,026
Total persons tested at other laboratories 63,921
Total persons tested 67,947

This includes cases confirmed by diagnostic testing and presumptive cases. Presumptive cases are those without a positive diagnostic test who present COVID-19-like symptoms and had close contact with a confirmed case. 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, as reported to Orpheus. Orpheus is the state of Oregon’s electronic disease surveillance system for reportable diseases. Cases are considered hospitalized if they were ever admitted to the hospital for inpatient care during the their COVID-19 illness. Cases who were examined in but not admitted to a hospital may be incorrectly classified as hospitalized until interview and medical record review are complete, leading to fluctuations in the number of hospitalized COVID-19 cases.

As reported to Oregon’s Hospital Capacity Web System (HOSCAP). Every hospital in Oregon is asked to submit data twice daily HOSCAP. Hospital staff are asked to enter bed capacity information, by type, as well as the numbers of patients with suspected or confirmed COVID-19 illness who are currently hospitalized at the time of data entry. These data may conflict with hospitalization status in Orpheus due to case reporting and investigation lags and temporary discrepancies in case classification.

Notes:

  1. Because community transmission is occurring in Oregon and recommendations on social or physical 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 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.
  5. 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. Previous updates are posted on OHA’s COVID-19 News page.

 

Daily Update

Produced jointly by the Oregon Health Authority and the Oregon Office of Emergency Management, this update details the overall picture of the COVID-19 response across government agencies, including information on hospital capacity and PPE inventory.


Weekly Report

Produced weekly on Tuesdays by the the Oregon Health Authority, this report includes details on symptoms, risk factors, race and ethnicity, and long term care and senior living communities.


Weekly Testing Summary


Projected COVID-19 Epidemic Trends and Health System Needs for Oregon


Statewide Death Data

Produced weekly on Tuesdays by the OHA Center for Health Statistics (CHS), this dashboard shows data for statewide deaths and place of death.

Cases as of May 5th, 2020:

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

 Situation in Oregon

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

 

Data current as of 5/5/2020, 8:00 a.m. Updated daily.
Positive 2,817
Negative 62,585
Total persons tested 65,402
Total deaths 113

Oregon reports 72 new confirmed COVID-19 cases, 8 new presumptive cases, four new deaths

PORTLAND, Ore. — COVID-19 has claimed four more lives in Oregon, raising the state’s death toll to 113, the Oregon Health Authority reported at 8 a.m. today.

Oregon Health Authority reported 72 new confirmed cases and 8 new presumptive cases of COVID-19 as of 8 a.m. today bringing the state total to 2,839. The new confirmed and presumptive COVID-19 cases reported are in the following counties: Benton (3), Clackamas (5), Clatsop (9), Coos (1), Deschutes (1), Hood River (1), Josephine (2), Linn (1), Marion (13), Morrow (1), Multnomah (15), Polk (19), Umatilla (3), Washington (5), Yamhill (1).

To see more case and county level data, please visit the Oregon Health Authority website, which OHA updates once a day: www.healthoregon.org/coronavirus.

Oregon’s 110th COVID-19 death is an 89-year-old man in Multnomah County, who tested positive on April 14 and died on May 2 at Providence Portland Medical Center. He had underlying medical conditions.

Oregon’s 111th COVID-19 death is a 72-year-old man in Multnomah County, who tested positive on April 7 and died on May 2 at Adventist Medical Center. He had underlying medical conditions.

Oregon’s 112th COVID-19 death is a 71-year-old man in Multnomah County, who tested positive on April 24 and died on May 2 at Legacy Good Samaritan Medical Center. He had underlying medical conditions.

Oregon’s 113th COVID-19 death is a 76-year-old man in Washington County, who tested positive on April 13 and died on May 3 at Kaiser Westside Medical Center. He had no known underlying medical conditions.

Cases as of May 4th, 2020

Situation in Oregon

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

 

Data current as of 5/4/2020, 8:00 a.m. Updated daily.
Total cases 2,759
Total deaths 109
Positive tests 2,745
Negative tests 60,698
Total tested 63,443

This includes cases confirmed by diagnostic testing and presumptive cases. Presumptive cases are those without a positive diagnostic test who present COVID-19-like symptoms and had close contact with a confirmed case.

 

County Positive Deaths* Negative
Baker 0 0 81
Benton 36 5 1473
Clackamas 226 7 5881
Clatsop 8 0 523
Columbia 14 0 781
Coos 27  0 648
Crook 1 0 235
Curry 4 0 180
Deschutes 79 0 2208
Douglas 24 0 1185
Gilliam 0 0 22
Grant 1 0 54
Harney 1 0 70
Hood River 10 0 528
Jackson 49 0 4315
Jefferson 14 0 350
Josephine 22 1 1152
Klamath 39 0 2212
Lake 0 0 72
Lane 55 2 4047
Lincoln 5 0 632
Linn 97 7 2059
Malheur 13 0 266
Marion 561 19 4601
Morrow 9 0 92
Multnomah 754 46 13785
Polk 49 2 908
Sherman 1 0 32
Tillamook 6 0 337
Umatilla 70 1 743
Union 4 0 131
Wallowa 1 0 38
Wasco 13 1 639
Washington 526 11 8886
Wheeler 0 0 13
Yamhill 40 7 1518
Total 2759 109 60697
Age group Cases Percent Ever hospitalized Deaths*
0 to 9 13 0% 3 0
10 to 19 74 3% 2 0
20 to 29 369 13% 24 0
30 to 39 446 16% 40 0
40 to 49 476 17% 78 3
50 to 59 498 18% 95 3
60 to 69 424 15% 157 21
70 to 79 270 10% 120 33
80 and over 181 7% 86 49
Not available 8 0% 3 0
Total 2759 100% 608 109
Sex Cases Percent Deaths*
Female 1489 54% 46
Male 1268 46% 63
Non-binary 1 0% 0
Not available 1 0% 0
Total 2759 100% 109
Hospitalized Cases Percent
Yes 608 22%
No 1976 72%
Not provided 175 6%
Total 2759 100%
Hospital capacity and usage Available Total
Adult ICU beds 276 827
Adult non-ICU beds 1912 7463
Pediatric NICU/PICU beds 71 292
Pediatric non-ICU beds 152 349
Ventilators 804  
COVID-19 details Patients with suspected or confirmed COVID-19 Only patients with confirmed COVID-19
Current hospitalized patients 207 90
Current patients in ICU beds 41 26
Current patients on ventilators 17 15
Testing by Oregon State Public Health Laboratory
Specimens received at OSPHL on 5/3/2020 59
Test results released by OSPHL on 5/3/2020 159
Specimens pending at OSPHL as of 8:00 p.m. 5/3/2020 3
Total persons tested for COVID-19 at OSPHL since 2/28/2020 3,964
Total persons tested at other laboratories 59,479
Total persons tested 63,443

This includes cases confirmed by diagnostic testing and presumptive cases. Presumptive cases are those without a positive diagnostic test who present COVID-19-like symptoms and had close contact with a confirmed case. 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, as reported to Orpheus. Orpheus is the state of Oregon’s electronic disease surveillance system for reportable diseases. Cases are considered hospitalized if they were ever admitted to the hospital for inpatient care during the their COVID-19 illness. Cases who were examined in but not admitted to a hospital may be incorrectly classified as hospitalized until interview and medical record review are complete, leading to fluctuations in the number of hospitalized COVID-19 cases.

As reported to Oregon’s Hospital Capacity Web System (HOSCAP). Every hospital in Oregon is asked to submit data twice daily HOSCAP. Hospital staff are asked to enter bed capacity information, by type, as well as the numbers of patients with suspected or confirmed COVID-19 illness who are currently hospitalized at the time of data entry. These data may conflict with hospitalization status in Orpheus due to case reporting and investigation lags and temporary discrepancies in case classification.

Notes:

  1. Because community transmission is occurring in Oregon and recommendations on social or physical 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 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.
  5. 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. Previous updates are posted on OHA’s COVID-19 News page.

 

Daily Update

Produced jointly by the Oregon Health Authority and the Oregon Office of Emergency Management, this update details the overall picture of the COVID-19 response across government agencies, including information on hospital capacity and PPE inventory.


Weekly Report

Produced weekly on Tuesdays by the the Oregon Health Authority, this report includes details on symptoms, risk factors, race and ethnicity, and long term care and senior living communities.


Weekly Testing Summary


Projected COVID-19 Epidemic Trends and Health System Needs for Oregon


Statewide Death Data

Produced weekly on Tuesdays by the OHA Center for Health Statistics (CHS), this dashboard shows data for statewide deaths and place of death.

Cases as of May 3rd, 2020

05/03/2020 Case Updates From the Oregon Health Authority:

 Situation in Oregon

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

 

Data current as of 5/3/2020, 8:00 a.m. Updated daily.
Positive 2,680
Negative 59,374
Total persons tested 62,054
Total deaths 109

 

 

Situation in Oregon

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

Oregon reports 45 new COVID-19 cases, 0 new deaths

The state’s death toll from COVID-19 is unchanged from yesterday and remains at 109, the Oregon Health Authority reported at 8 a.m. today.

Oregon Health Authority reported 45 new cases of COVID-19 as of 8 a.m. today, bringing the state total to 2,680. The new COVID-19 cases reported today are in the following counties: Clackamas (1), Coos (4), Hood River (2), Josephine (1), Malheur (1), Marion (21), Multnomah (5), Umatilla (3), Washington (7).

Cases as of May 2nd, 2020

05/02/2020 Case Updates From the Oregon Health Authority:

 Situation in Oregon

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

 

Data current as of 5/2/2020, 8:00 a.m. Updated daily.
Positive 2,635
Negative 57,501
Total persons tested 60,136
Total deaths 109

 

Oregon reports 57 new COVID-19 cases, five new deaths

COVID-19 has claimed five more lives in Oregon, raising the state’s death toll to 109, the Oregon Health Authority reported at 8 a.m. today.

Oregon Health Authority reported 57 new cases of COVID-19 as of 8 a.m. today, bringing the state total to 2,635. The new COVID-19 cases reported today are in the following counties: Clackamas (2), Deschutes (2), Hood River (1), Jefferson (3), Lane (4), Malheur (2), Marion (15), Morrow (1), Multnomah (14), Umatilla (4), Washington (9).

Note: During routine data reconciliation, a case originally reported as a Polk County case was later determined not to be a case. It was subtracted from Friday’s state total, and the total number of cases in Polk County was reduced by one to reflect this change.

To see more case and county level data, please visit the Oregon Health Authority website, which OHA updates once a day: www.healthoregon.org/coronavirus.

Oregon’s 105th COVID-19 death is a 64-year-old man from Polk County, who tested positive on March 19 and died on May 1 at Salem Hospital. He had underlying medical conditions.

Oregon’s 106th COVID-19 death is a 70-year-old man from Multnomah County, who tested positive on April 20 and died on May 1 at Adventist Medical Center. He had underlying medical conditions.

Oregon’s 107th COVID-19 death is a 75-year-old man from Multnomah County, who tested positive on April 27 and died on May 1 at Providence Milwaukie Hospital. He had underlying medical conditions.

Oregon’s 108th COVID-19 death is a 91-year-old woman from Marion County, who tested positive on April 22 and died on April 30 at Salem Hospital. She had underlying medical conditions.

Oregon’s 109th COVID-19 death is a 76-year-old woman from Umatilla County, who tested positive on April 14 and died on April 30 at Kadlec Regional Medical Center. She had underlying medical conditions.

Cases as of May 1st, 2020

05/01/2020 Case Updates From the Oregon Health Authority:

 Situation in Oregon

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

 

Data current as of 5/1/2020, 8:00 a.m. Updated daily.
Positive 2,579
Negative 55,597
Total persons tested 58,176
Total deaths 104

 

County Positive Deaths* Negative
Baker 0 0 72
Benton 32 5 1342
Clackamas 222 7 5396
Clatsop 7 0 487
Columbia 14 0 711
Coos 21 0 599
Crook 1 0 225
Curry 4 0 159
Deschutes 76 0 1936
Douglas 24 0 1048
Gilliam 0 0 21
Grant 1 0 50
Harney 1 0 60
Hood River 6 0 474
Jackson 49 0 4166
Jefferson 10 0 275
Josephine 21 1 1060
Klamath 39 0 1996
Lake 0 0 70
Lane 50 2 3538
Lincoln 5 0 531
Linn 87 7 1827
Malheur 10 0 253
Marion 508 18 4251
Morrow 8 0 87
Multnomah 720 44 12753
Polk 42 1 841
Sherman 1 0 29
Tillamook 6 0 313
Umatilla 57 0 680
Union 4 0 128
Wallowa 1 0 34
Wasco 13 1 591
Washington 500 11 8192
Wheeler 0 0 11
Yamhill 39 7 1391
Total 2579 104 55597
Age group Cases Percent Ever hospitalized Deaths*
0 to 9 12 0% 3 0
10 to 19 60 2% 1 0
20 to 29 328 13% 24 0
30 to 39 418 16% 35 0
40 to 49 444 17% 75 3
50 to 59 471 18% 93 3
60 to 69 415 16% 155 20
70 to 79 256 10% 116 30
80 and over 169 7% 86 48
Not available 6 0% 3 0
Total 2579 100% 591 104
Sex Cases Percent Deaths*
Female 1397 54% 44
Male 1171 45% 60
Non-binary 1 0% 0
Not available 10 0% 0
Total 2579 100% 104
Hospitalized Cases Percent
Yes 591 23%
No 1833 71%
Not provided 155 6%
Total 2579 100%
Hospital capacity and usage Available Total
Adult ICU beds 250 827
Adult non-ICU beds 1868 7490
Pediatric NICU/PICU beds 69 292
Pediatric non-ICU beds 157 349
Ventilators 797  
COVID-19 details Patients with suspected or confirmed COVID-19 Only patients with confirmed COVID-19
Current hospitalized patients 208 105
Current patients in ICU beds 49 37
Current patients on ventilators 23 21
Testing by Oregon State Public Health Laboratory
Specimens received at OSPHL on 4/30/2020 64
Test results released by OSPHL on 4/30/2020 64
Specimens pending at OSPHL as of 8:00 p.m. 4/30/2020 21
Total persons tested for COVID-19 at OSPHL since 2/28/2020 3,804
Total persons tested at other laboratories 54,372
Total persons tested 58,176

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, as reported to Orpheus. Orpheus is the state of Oregon’s electronic disease surveillance system for reportable diseases. Cases are considered hospitalized if they were ever admitted to the hospital for inpatient care during the their COVID-19 illness. Cases who were examined in but not admitted to a hospital may be incorrectly classified as hospitalized until interview and medical record review are complete, leading to fluctuations in the number of hospitalized COVID-19 cases.

As reported to Oregon’s Hospital Capacity Web System (HOSCAP). Every hospital in Oregon is asked to submit data twice daily HOSCAP. Hospital staff are asked to enter bed capacity information, by type, as well as the numbers of patients with suspected or confirmed COVID-19 illness who are currently hospitalized at the time of data entry. These data may conflict with hospitalization status in Orpheus due to case reporting and investigation lags and temporary discrepancies in case classification.

Notes:

  1. Because community transmission is occurring in Oregon and recommendations on social or physical 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 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.
  5. 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. Previous updates are posted on OHA’s COVID-19 News page.

 

Daily Update

Produced jointly by the Oregon Health Authority and the Oregon Office of Emergency Management, this update details the overall picture of the COVID-19 response across government agencies, including information on hospital capacity and PPE inventory.


Weekly Report

Produced weekly on Tuesdays by the the Oregon Health Authority, this report includes details on symptoms, risk factors, race and ethnicity, and long term care and senior living communities.


Weekly Testing Summary


Projected COVID-19 Epidemic Trends and Health System Needs for Oregon


Statewide Death Data

Produced weekly on Tuesdays by the OHA Center for Health Statistics (CHS), this dashboard shows data for statewide deaths and place of death.

Cases as of April 30th, 2020

04/30/2020 Case Updates From the Oregon Health Authority:

 Situation in Oregon

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

 

Data current as of 4/30/2020, 8:00 a.m. Updated daily.
Positive 2,510
Negative 53,522
Total persons tested 56,032
Total deaths 103

 

County Positive Deaths* Negative
Baker 0 0 70
Benton 30 5 1182
Clackamas 214 7 5155
Clatsop 6 0 474
Columbia 14 0 686
Coos 20 0 569
Crook 1 0 217
Curry 4 0 149
Deschutes 76 0 1903
Douglas 23 0 1028
Gilliam 0 0 21
Grant 1 0 50
Harney 1 0 55
Hood River 6 0 463
Jackson 49 0 4102
Jefferson 10 0 249
Josephine 20 1 1046
Klamath 38 0 1895
Lake 0 0 67
Lane 50 2 3388
Lincoln 5 0 510
Linn 86 7 1748
Malheur 8 0 241
Marion 491 18 4139
Morrow 6 0 85
Multnomah 707 43 12279
Polk 39 1 807
Sherman 1 0 26
Tillamook 6 0 304
Umatilla 50 0 649
Union 4 0 118
Wallowa 1 0 34
Wasco 13 1 581
Washington 491 11 7872
Wheeler 0 0 11
Yamhill 39 7 1349
Total 2510 103 53522
Age group Cases Percent Ever hospitalized Deaths*
0 to 19 67 3% 4 0
20 to 29 313 12% 20 0
30 to 39 412 16% 35 0
40 to 49 430 17% 74 3
50 to 59 456 18% 91 3
60 to 69 411 16% 154 20
70 to 79 250 10% 112 29
80 and over 166 7% 85 48
Not available 5 0% 3 0
Total 2510 100% 578 103
Sex Cases Percent Deaths*
Female 1362 54% 44
Male 1140 45% 59
Non-binary 1 0% 0
Not available 7 0% 0
Total 2510 100% 103
Hospitalized Cases Percent
Yes 578 23%
No 1781 71%
Not provided 151 6%
Total 2510 100%
Hospital capacity and usage Available Total
Adult ICU beds 293 827
Adult non-ICU beds 2049 7494
Pediatric NICU/PICU beds 81 292
Pediatric non-ICU beds 166 347
Ventilators 784  
COVID-19 details Patients with suspected or confirmed COVID-19 Only patients with confirmed COVID-19
Current hospitalized patients 243 116
Current patients in ICU beds 65 37
Current patients on ventilators 28 21
Testing by Oregon State Public Health Laboratory
Specimens received at OSPHL on 4/29/2020 43
Test results released by OSPHL on 4/29/2020 80
Specimens pending at OSPHL as of 8:00 p.m. 4/29/2020 23
Total persons tested for COVID-19 at OSPHL since 2/28/2020 3,768
Total persons tested at other laboratories 52,264
Total persons tested 56,032

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, as reported to Orpheus. Orpheus is the state of Oregon’s electronic disease surveillance system for reportable diseases. Cases are considered hospitalized if they were ever admitted to the hospital for inpatient care during the their COVID-19 illness. Cases who were examined in but not admitted to a hospital may be incorrectly classified as hospitalized until interview and medical record review are complete, leading to fluctuations in the number of hospitalized COVID-19 cases.

As reported to Oregon’s Hospital Capacity Web System (HOSCAP). Every hospital in Oregon is asked to submit data twice daily HOSCAP. Hospital staff are asked to enter bed capacity information, by type, as well as the numbers of patients with suspected or confirmed COVID-19 illness who are currently hospitalized at the time of data entry. These data may conflict with hospitalization status in Orpheus due to case reporting and investigation lags and temporary discrepancies in case classification.

Notes:

  1. Because community transmission is occurring in Oregon and recommendations on social or physical 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 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.
  5. 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. Previous updates are posted on OHA’s COVID-19 News page.

 

Daily Update

Produced jointly by the Oregon Health Authority and the Oregon Office of Emergency Management, this update details the overall picture of the COVID-19 response across government agencies, including information on hospital capacity and PPE inventory.


Weekly Report

Produced weekly on Tuesdays by the the Oregon Health Authority, this report includes details on symptoms, risk factors, race and ethnicity, and long term care and senior living communities.


Weekly Testing Summary


Projected COVID-19 Epidemic Trends and Health System Needs for Oregon


Statewide Death Data

Produced weekly on Tuesdays by the OHA Center for Health Statistics (CHS), this dashboard shows data for statewide deaths and place of death.


 

 Governor’s Orders and OHA Guidance

Resources


Governor’s Joint Task Force for Health Care Systems Response to COVID-19

The purpose of this task force is to provide guidance promoting a unified response to the COVID-19 outbreak throughout Oregon, creating a framework that will best support health care system preparedness and response.

 

Cases as of April 29th, 2020:

04/29/2020 Case Updates From the Oregon Health Authority:

 Situation in Oregon

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

 

Data current as of 4/29/2020, 8:00 a.m. Updated daily.
Positive 2,446
Negative 52,026
Total persons tested 54,472
Total deaths 101

 

County Positive Deaths* Negative
Baker 0 0 68
Benton 29 5 1144
Clackamas 206 7 5009
Clatsop 6 0 454
Columbia 14 0 666
Coos 15 0 537
Crook 1 0 208
Curry 4 0 146
Deschutes 75 0 1834
Douglas 23 0 1005
Gilliam 0 0 21
Grant 1 0 50
Harney 1 0 54
Hood River 6 0 455
Jackson 49 0 4035
Jefferson 10 0 232
Josephine 20 1 1024
Klamath 37 0 1884
Lake 0 0 67
Lane 50 2 3242
Lincoln 5 0 489
Linn 82 7 1684
Malheur 7 0 241
Marion 474 17 4061
Morrow 6 0 83
Multnomah 696 42 11920
Polk 39 1 794
Sherman 1 0 25
Tillamook 6 0 288
Umatilla 45 0 638
Union 4 0 112
Wallowa 1 0 31
Wasco 13 1 564
Washington 481 11 7646
Wheeler 0 0 11
Yamhill 39 7 1304
Total 2446 101 52026
Age group Cases Percent Ever hospitalized Deaths*
0 to 19 63 3% 4 0
20 to 29 304 12% 20 0
30 to 39 395 16% 35 0
40 to 49 420 17% 72 3
50 to 59 447 18% 92 3
60 to 69 406 17% 150 19
70 to 79 243 10% 112 28
80 and over 164 7% 82 48
Not available 4 0% 2 0
Total 2446 100% 569 101
Sex Cases Percent Deaths*
Female 1328 54% 44
Male 1111 45% 57
Non-binary 1 0% 0
Not available 6 0% 0
Total 2446 100% 101
Hospitalized Cases Percent
Yes 569 23%
No 1734 71%
Not provided 143 6%
Total 2446 100%
Hospital capacity and usage Available Total
Adult ICU beds 286 827
Adult non-ICU beds 2029 7491
Pediatric NICU/PICU beds 84 292
Pediatric non-ICU beds 156 349
Ventilators 780  
COVID-19 details Patients with suspected or confirmed COVID-19 Only patients with confirmed COVID-19
Current hospitalized patients 227 102
Current patients in ICU beds 56 34
Current patients on ventilators 24 22
Testing by Oregon State Public Health Laboratory
Specimens received at OSPHL on 4/28/2020 85
Test results released by OSPHL on 4/28/2020 54
Specimens pending at OSPHL as of 8:00 p.m. 4/28/2020 59
Total persons tested for COVID-19 at OSPHL since 2/28/2020 3,703
Total persons tested at other laboratories 50,769
Total persons tested 54,472

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, as reported to Orpheus. Orpheus is the state of Oregon’s electronic disease surveillance system for reportable diseases. Cases are considered hospitalized if they were ever admitted to the hospital for inpatient care during the their COVID-19 illness. Cases who were examined in but not admitted to a hospital may be incorrectly classified as hospitalized until interview and medical record review are complete, leading to fluctuations in the number of hospitalized COVID-19 cases.

As reported to Oregon’s Hospital Capacity Web System (HOSCAP). Every hospital in Oregon is asked to submit data twice daily HOSCAP. Hospital staff are asked to enter bed capacity information, by type, as well as the numbers of patients with suspected or confirmed COVID-19 illness who are currently hospitalized at the time of data entry. These data may conflict with hospitalization status in Orpheus due to case reporting and investigation lags and temporary discrepancies in case classification.

Notes:

  1. Because community transmission is occurring in Oregon and recommendations on social or physical 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 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.
  5. 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. Previous updates are posted on OHA’s COVID-19 News page.

 

Daily Update

Produced jointly by the Oregon Health Authority and the Oregon Office of Emergency Management, this update details the overall picture of the COVID-19 response across government agencies, including information on hospital capacity and PPE inventory.


Weekly Report

Produced weekly on Tuesdays by the the Oregon Health Authority, this report includes details on symptoms, risk factors, race and ethnicity, and long term care and senior living communities.


Weekly Testing Summary


Projected COVID-19 Epidemic Trends and Health System Needs for Oregon


Statewide Death Data

Produced weekly on Tuesdays by the OHA Center for Health Statistics (CHS), this dashboard shows data for statewide deaths and place of death.

Cases as of April 26th, 2020

04/26/2020 Case Updates From the Oregon Health Authority:

Situation in Oregon

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

 

Data current as of 4/26/2020, 8:00 a.m. Updated daily.
Positive 2,311
Negative 46,653
Total persons tested 48,964
Total deaths 91

 

County Positive Deaths* Negative
Baker 0 0 66
Benton 29 5 805
Clackamas 204 6 4420
Clatsop 6 0 424
Columbia 14 0 603
Coos 12 0 481
Crook 1 0 176
Curry 4 0 137
Deschutes 73 0 1673
Douglas 23 0 881
Gilliam 0 0 19
Grant 1 0 48
Harney 0 0 47
Hood River 5 0 416
Jackson 49 0 3862
Jefferson 6 0 190
Josephine 20 1 955
Klamath 36 0 1723
Lake 0 0 66
Lane 50 2 2878
Lincoln 5 0 449
Linn 74 7 1575
Malheur 6 0 225
Marion 436 15 3490
Morrow 5 0 76
Multnomah 652 37 10729
Polk 38 1 704
Sherman 1 0 24
Tillamook 6 0 254
Umatilla 36 0 597
Union 4 0 110
Wallowa 1 0 26
Wasco 12 1 531
Washington 466 10 6788
Wheeler 0 0 10
Yamhill 36 6 1195
Total 2311 91 46653
Age group Cases Percent Ever hospitalized Deaths*
0 to 19 58 3% 4 0
20 to 29 276 12% 20 0
30 to 39 363 16% 33 0
40 to 49 403 17% 68 3
50 to 59 428 19% 90 3
60 to 69 381 16% 145 18
70 to 79 238 10% 110 24
80 and over 159 7% 76 43
Not available 5 0% 0 0
Total 2311 100% 546 91
Sex Cases Percent Deaths*
Female 1253 54% 39
Male 1048 45% 52
Non-binary 1 0% 0
Not available 9 1% 0
Total 2311 100% 91
Hospitalized Cases Percent
Yes 546 24%
No 1625 70%
Not provided 140 6%
Total 2311 100%
Hospital capacity and usage Available Total
Adult ICU beds 280 827
Adult non-ICU beds 2014 7365
Pediatric NICU/PICU beds 90 292
Pediatric non-ICU beds 171 347
Ventilators 795  
COVID-19 details Patients with suspected or confirmed COVID-19 Only patients with confirmed COVID-19
Current hospitalized patients 249 128
Current patients in ICU beds 71 42
Current patients on ventilators 31 25
Testing by Oregon State Public Health Laboratory
Specimens received at OSPHL on 4/25/2020 64
Test results released by OSPHL on 4/25/2020 102
Specimens pending at OSPHL as of 8:00 p.m. 4/25/2020 2
Total persons tested for COVID-19 at OSPHL since 2/28/2020 3673
Total persons tested at other laboratories 45,291
Total persons tested 48,964

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, as reported to Orpheus. Orpheus is the state of Oregon’s electronic disease surveillance system for reportable diseases. Cases are considered hospitalized if they were ever admitted to the hospital for inpatient care during the their COVID-19 illness. Cases who were examined in but not admitted to a hospital may be incorrectly classified as hospitalized until interview and medical record review are complete, leading to fluctuations in the number of hospitalized COVID-19 cases.

As reported to Oregon’s Hospital Capacity Web System (HOSCAP). Every hospital in Oregon is asked to submit data twice daily HOSCAP. Hospital staff are asked to enter bed capacity information, by type, as well as the numbers of patients with suspected or confirmed COVID-19 illness who are currently hospitalized at the time of data entry. These data may conflict with hospitalization status in Orpheus due to case reporting and investigation lags and temporary discrepancies in case classification.

Notes:

  1. Because community transmission is occurring in Oregon and recommendations on social or physical 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 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.
  5. 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. Previous updates are posted on OHA’s COVID-19 News page.

 

Daily Update

Produced jointly by the Oregon Health Authority and the Oregon Office of Emergency Management, this update details the overall picture of the COVID-19 response across government agencies, including information on hospital capacity and PPE inventory.


Weekly Report

Produced weekly on Tuesdays by the the Oregon Health Authority, this report includes details on symptoms, risk factors, race and ethnicity, and long term care and senior living communities.


Weekly Testing Summary


Projected COVID-19 Epidemic Trends and Health System Needs for Oregon


Statewide Death Data

Produced weekly on Tuesdays by the OHA Center for Health Statistics (CHS), this dashboard shows data for statewide deaths and place of death.

Cases as of April 25th, 2020

 Situation in Oregon

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

Data current as of 4/25/2020, 8:00 a.m. Updated daily.
Positive 2,253
Negative 45,124
Total persons tested 47,377
Total deaths 87

County Positive Deaths* Negative
Baker 0 0 63
Benton 28 5 777
Clackamas 201 6 4291
Clatsop 6 0 411
Columbia 14 0 575
Coos 8 0 469
Crook 1 0 173
Curry 4 0 133
Deschutes 71 0 1597
Douglas 23 0 834
Gilliam 0 0 18
Grant 1 0 47
Harney 0 0 47
Hood River 5 0 407
Jackson 49 0 3781
Jefferson 5 0 184
Josephine 19 1 936
Klamath 36 0 1615
Lake 0 0 65
Lane 50 2 2774
Lincoln 5 0 421
Linn 71 7 1521
Malheur 6 0 222
Marion 432 14 3405
Morrow 5 0 76
Multnomah 623 35 10359
Polk 37 1 687
Sherman 1 0 23
Tillamook 6 0 249
Umatilla 35 0 578
Union 4 0 109
Wallowa 1 0 25
Wasco 12 0 514
Washington 459 10 6569
Wheeler 0 0 10
Yamhill 35 6 1159
Total 2253 87 45124
Age group Cases Percent Ever hospitalized Deaths*
0 to 19 56 2% 4 0
20 to 29 268 12% 21 0
30 to 39 356 16% 33 0
40 to 49 395 18% 68 3
50 to 59 418 19% 89 2
60 to 69 374 17% 142 18
70 to 79 233 10% 106 22
80 and over 151 7% 73 42
Not available 2 0% 0 0
Total 2253 100% 536 87
Sex Cases Percent Deaths*
Female 1226 54% 37
Male 1018 45% 50
Non-binary 1 0% 0
Not available 8 1% 0
Total 2253 100% 87
Hospitalized Cases Percent
Yes 536 24%
No 1584 70%
Not provided 133 6%
Total 2253 100%
Hospital capacity and usage Available Total
Adult ICU beds 277 826
Adult non-ICU beds 2071 7365
Pediatric NICU/PICU beds 88 296
Pediatric non-ICU beds 164 347
Ventilators 789  
COVID-19 details Patients with suspected or confirmed COVID-19 Only patients with confirmed COVID-19
Current hospitalized patients 261 132
Current patients in ICU beds 60 34
Current patients on ventilators 29 23
Testing by Oregon State Public Health Laboratory
Specimens received at OSPHL on 4/24/2020 49
Test results released by OSPHL on 4/24/2020 14
Specimens pending at OSPHL as of 8:00 p.m. 4/24/2020 40
Total persons tested for COVID-19 at OSPHL since 2/28/2020 3557
Total persons tested at other laboratories 43,820
Total persons tested 47,377

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, as reported to Orpheus. Orpheus is the state of Oregon’s electronic disease surveillance system for reportable diseases. Cases are considered hospitalized if they were ever admitted to the hospital for inpatient care during the their COVID-19 illness. Cases who were examined in but not admitted to a hospital may be incorrectly classified as hospitalized until interview and medical record review are complete, leading to fluctuations in the number of hospitalized COVID-19 cases.

As reported to Oregon’s Hospital Capacity Web System (HOSCAP). Every hospital in Oregon is asked to submit data twice daily HOSCAP. Hospital staff are asked to enter bed capacity information, by type, as well as the numbers of patients with suspected or confirmed COVID-19 illness who are currently hospitalized at the time of data entry. These data may conflict with hospitalization status in Orpheus due to case reporting and investigation lags and temporary discrepancies in case classification.

Notes:

  1. Because community transmission is occurring in Oregon and recommendations on social or physical 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 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.
  5. 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. Previous updates are posted on OHA’s COVID-19 News page.

Daily Update

Produced jointly by the Oregon Health Authority and the Oregon Office of Emergency Management, this update details the overall picture of the COVID-19 response across government agencies, including information on hospital capacity and PPE inventory.


Weekly Report

Produced weekly on Tuesdays by the the Oregon Health Authority, this report includes details on symptoms, risk factors, race and ethnicity, and long term care and senior living communities.


Weekly Testing Summary


Projected COVID-19 Epidemic Trends and Health System Needs for Oregon


Statewide Death Data

Produced weekly on Tuesdays by the OHA Center for Health Statistics (CHS), this dashboard shows data for statewide deaths and place of death.


 

 Governor’s Orders and OHA Guidance

Resources


Governor’s Joint Task Force for Health Care Systems Response to COVID-19

The purpose of this task force is to provide guidance promoting a unified response to the COVID-19 outbreak throughout Oregon, creating a framework that will best support health care system preparedness and response.

Cases as of April 24th, 2020

 Situation in Oregon

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

Data current as of 4/24/2020, 8:00 a.m. Updated daily.
Positive 2,177
Negative 43,315
Total persons tested 45,492
Total deaths 86

County Positive Deaths* Negative
Baker 0 0 60
Benton 27 5 752
Clackamas 196 6 4131
Clatsop 6 0 400
Columbia 14 0 547
Coos 4 0 464
Crook 1 0 170
Curry 4 0 126
Deschutes 70 0 1553
Douglas 23 0 787
Gilliam 0 0 18
Grant 1 0 47
Harney 0 0 46
Hood River 5 0 396
Jackson 48 0 3703
Jefferson 2 0 172
Josephine 19 1 924
Klamath 36 0 1504
Lake 0 0 62
Lane 50 1 2608
Lincoln 5 0 408
Linn 67 7 1480
Malheur 6 0 206
Marion 417 14 3305
Morrow 5 0 76
Multnomah 596 35 9909
Polk 33 1 653
Sherman 1 0 19
Tillamook 6 0 240
Umatilla 32 0 549
Union 4 0 104
Wallowa 1 0 25
Wasco 12 0 468
Washington 451 10 6270
Wheeler 0 0 10
Yamhill 35 6 1123
Total 2177 86 43315
Age group Cases Percent Ever hospitalized Deaths*
0 to 19 52 2% 3 0
20 to 29 255 12% 21 0
30 to 39 339 16% 32 0
40 to 49 385 18% 64 3
50 to 59 404 19% 87 1
60 to 69 367 17% 140 18
70 to 79 225 10% 102 22
80 and over 148 7% 71 42
Not available 2 0% 0 0
Total 2177 100% 520 86
Sex Cases Percent Deaths*
Female 1186 54% 37
Male 979 45% 49
Non-binary 1 0% 0
Not available 11 1% 0
Total 2177 100% 86
Hospitalized Cases Percent
Yes 520 24%
No 1543 71%
Not provided 114 5%
Total 2177 100%
Hospital capacity and usage Available Total
Adult ICU beds 324 826
Adult non-ICU beds 2150 7366
Pediatric NICU/PICU beds 90 296
Pediatric non-ICU beds 165 347
Ventilators 811  
COVID-19 details Patients with suspected or confirmed COVID-19 Only patients with confirmed COVID-19
Current hospitalized patients 258 133
Current patients in ICU beds 56 34
Current patients on ventilators 29 23
Testing by Oregon State Public Health Laboratory
Specimens received at OSPHL on 4/23/2020 36
Test results released by OSPHL on 4/23/2020 56
Specimens pending at OSPHL as of 8:00 p.m. 4/23/2020 5
Total persons tested for COVID-19 at OSPHL since 2/28/2020 3528
Total persons tested at other laboratories 41,964
Total persons tested 45,492

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, as reported to Orpheus. Orpheus is the state of Oregon’s electronic disease surveillance system for reportable diseases. Cases are considered hospitalized if they were ever admitted to the hospital for inpatient care during the their COVID-19 illness. Cases who were examined in but not admitted to a hospital may be incorrectly classified as hospitalized until interview and medical record review are complete, leading to fluctuations in the number of hospitalized COVID-19 cases.

As reported to Oregon’s Hospital Capacity Web System (HOSCAP). Every hospital in Oregon is asked to submit data twice daily HOSCAP. Hospital staff are asked to enter bed capacity information, by type, as well as the numbers of patients with suspected or confirmed COVID-19 illness who are currently hospitalized at the time of data entry. These data may conflict with hospitalization status in Orpheus due to case reporting and investigation lags and temporary discrepancies in case classification.

Notes:

  1. Because community transmission is occurring in Oregon and recommendations on social or physical 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 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.
  5. 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. Previous updates are posted on OHA’s COVID-19 News page.

Daily Update

Produced jointly by the Oregon Health Authority and the Oregon Office of Emergency Management, this update details the overall picture of the COVID-19 response across government agencies, including information on hospital capacity and PPE inventory.


Weekly Report

Produced weekly on Tuesdays by the the Oregon Health Authority, this report includes details on symptoms, risk factors, race and ethnicity, and long term care and senior living communities.


Weekly Testing Summary


Projected COVID-19 Epidemic Trends and Health System Needs for Oregon


Statewide Death Data

Produced weekly on Tuesdays by the OHA Center for Health Statistics (CHS), this dashboard shows data for statewide deaths and place of death.

Governor’s Joint Task Force for Health Care Systems Response to COVID-19

The purpose of this task force is to provide guidance promoting a unified response to the COVID-19 outbreak throughout Oregon, creating a framework that will best support health care system preparedness and response.


 

 Governor’s Orders and OHA Guidance

Cases as of April 22nd, 2020

04/22/2020 Case Updates From the Oregon Health Authority:

 Situation in Oregon

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

OHA COVID-19 Data Dashboard  COVID-19 Weekly Report

Data current as of 4/22/2020, 8:00 a.m. Updated daily.
Positive 2,059
Negative Pending*
Total persons tested Pending*
Total deaths 78

*Negative test results are pending due to a technical issue with the test reporting database.

County Positive Deaths* Negative
Baker 0 0 Pending
Benton 27 5 Pending
Clackamas 183 5 Pending
Clatsop 6 0 Pending
Columbia 14 0 Pending
Coos 3 0 Pending
Crook 1 0 Pending
Curry 4 0 Pending
Deschutes 66 0 Pending
Douglas 23 0 Pending
Gilliam 0 0 Pending
Grant 1 0 Pending
Harney 0 0 Pending
Hood River 4 0 Pending
Jackson 48 0 Pending
Jefferson 2 0 Pending
Josephine 19 1 Pending
Klamath 33 0 Pending
Lake 0 0 Pending
Lane 48 1 Pending
Lincoln 5 0 Pending
Linn 63 6 Pending
Malheur 5 0 Pending
Marion 388 14 Pending
Morrow 5 0 Pending
Multnomah 566 29 Pending
Polk 33 1 Pending
Sherman 1 0 Pending
Tillamook 6 0 Pending
Umatilla 29 0 Pending
Union 4 0 Pending
Wallowa 1 0 Pending
Wasco 11 0 Pending
Washington 425 10 Pending
Wheeler 0 0 Pending
Yamhill 35 6 Pending
Total 2059 78 Pending
Age group Cases Percent Ever hospitalized Deaths*
0 to 19 50 2% 3 0
20 to 29 237 12% 20 0
30 to 39 313 15% 30 0
40 to 49 366 18% 61 3
50 to 59 380 18% 75 1
60 to 69 361 18% 135 18
70 to 79 213 10% 97 19
80 and over 137 7% 66 37
Not available 2 0% 1 0
Total 2059 100% 488 78
Sex Cases Percent Deaths*
Female 1120 54% 36
Male 927 45% 42
Not available 12 1% 0
Total 2059 100% 78
Hospitalized Cases Percent
Yes 488 24%
No 1458 71%
Not provided 113 5%
Total 2059 100%
Hospital capacity and usage Available Total
Adult ICU beds 336 821
Adult non-ICU beds 2195 7250
Pediatric NICU/PICU beds 105 257
Pediatric non-ICU beds 166 347
Ventilators 788  
COVID-19 details Patients with suspected or confirmed COVID-19 Only patients with confirmed COVID-19
Current hospitalized patients 302 124
Current patients in ICU beds 67 37
Current patients on ventilators 35 24
Testing by Oregon State Public Health Laboratory
Specimens received at OSPHL on 4/21/2020 57
Test results released by OSPHL on 4/21/2020 31
Specimens pending at OSPHL as of 8:00 p.m. 4/21/2020 31
Total persons tested for COVID-19 at OSPHL since 2/28/2020 3,425
Total persons tested at other laboratories Pending
Total persons tested 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, as reported to Orpheus. Orpheus is the state of Oregon’s electronic disease surveillance system for reportable diseases. Cases are considered hospitalized if they were ever admitted to the hospital for inpatient care during the their COVID-19 illness. Cases who were examined in but not admitted to a hospital may be incorrectly classified as hospitalized until interview and medical record review are complete, leading to fluctuations in the number of hospitalized COVID-19 cases.

As reported to Oregon’s Hospital Capacity Web System (HOSCAP). Every hospital in Oregon is asked to submit data twice daily HOSCAP. Hospital staff are asked to enter bed capacity information, by type, as well as the numbers of patients with suspected or confirmed COVID-19 illness who are currently hospitalized at the time of data entry. These data may conflict with hospitalization status in Orpheus due to case reporting and investigation lags and temporary discrepancies in case classification.

Notes:

  1. Because community transmission is occurring in Oregon and recommendations on social or physical 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 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.
  5. 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. Previous updates are posted on OHA’s COVID-19 News page.

Daily Update

Produced jointly by the Oregon Health Authority and the Oregon Office of Emergency Management, this update details the overall picture of the COVID-19 response across government agencies, including information on hospital capacity and PPE inventory.


Weekly Report

Produced weekly on Tuesdays by the the Oregon Health Authority, this report includes details on symptoms, risk factors, race and ethnicity, and long term care and senior living communities.


Weekly Testing Summary


Projected COVID-19 Epidemic Trends and Health System Needs for Oregon

Governor’s Joint Task Force for Health Care Systems Response to COVID-19

The purpose of this task force is to provide guidance promoting a unified response to the COVID-19 outbreak throughout Oregon, creating a framework that will best support health care system preparedness and response.


Governor’s Orders and OHA Guidance

Cases as of April 21st, 2020

04/21/2020 Case Updates From the Oregon Health Authority:

 Situation in Oregon

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

 OHA COVID-19 Data Dashboard  COVID-19 Weekly Report

Data current as of 4/21/2020, 8:00 a.m. Updated daily.
Positive 2,002
Negative 39,126
Total persons tested 41,128
Total deaths 78

 

County Positive Deaths* Negative
Baker 0 0 56
Benton 27 5 675
Clackamas 173 5 3673
Clatsop 6 0 368
Columbia 14 0 491
Coos 2 0 437
Crook 1 0 149
Curry 4 0 114
Deschutes 64 0 1402
Douglas 23 0 717
Gilliam 0 0 16
Grant 1 0 45
Harney 0 0 45
Hood River 4 0 372
Jackson 48 0 3533
Jefferson 1 0 138
Josephine 19 1 865
Klamath 33 0 1339
Lake 0 0 59
Lane 48 1 2153
Lincoln 5 0 361
Linn 62 6 1360
Malheur 5 0 197
Marion 381 14 3056
Morrow 5 0 62
Multnomah 542 29 8885
Polk 33 1 610
Sherman 1 0 18
Tillamook 6 0 215
Umatilla 29 0 513
Union 4 0 100
Wallowa 1 0 24
Wasco 11 0 433
Washington 415 10 5624
Wheeler 0 0 8
Yamhill 34 6 1013
Total 2002 78 39126
Age group Cases Percent Ever hospitalized Deaths*
0 to 19 49 2% 3 0
20 to 29 230 11% 19 0
30 to 39 304 15% 30 0
40 to 49 362 18% 61 3
50 to 59 362 18% 66 1
60 to 69 357 18% 134 18
70 to 79 205 10% 94 19
80 and over 133 7% 64 37
Not available 0 0% 0 0
Total 2002 100% 471 78
Sex Cases Percent Deaths*
Female 1094 55% 36
Male 905 45% 42
Not available 3 0% 0
Total 2002 100% 78
Hospitalized Cases Percent
Yes 471 24%
No 1428 71%
Not provided 103 5%
Total 2002 100%
Hospital capacity and usage Available Total
Adult ICU beds 346 821
Adult non-ICU beds 2211 7231
Pediatric NICU/PICU beds 104 257
Pediatric non-ICU beds 160 347
Ventilators 784  
COVID-19 details Patients with suspected or confirmed COVID-19 Only patients with confirmed COVID-19
Current hospitalized patients 297 125
Current patients in ICU beds 70 34
Current patients on ventilators 35 25
Testing by Oregon State Public Health Laboratory
Specimens received at OSPHL on 4/20/2020 11
Test results released by OSPHL on 4/20/2020 31
Specimens pending at OSPHL as of 8:00 p.m. 4/20/2020 27
Total persons tested for COVID-19 at OSPHL since 2/28/2020 3,400
Total persons tested at other laboratories 37,728
Total persons tested 41,128

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, as reported to Orpheus. Orpheus is the state of Oregon’s electronic disease surveillance system for reportable diseases. Cases are considered hospitalized if they were ever admitted to the hospital for inpatient care during the their COVID-19 illness. Cases who were examined in but not admitted to a hospital may be incorrectly classified as hospitalized until interview and medical record review are complete, leading to fluctuations in the number of hospitalized COVID-19 cases.

As reported to Oregon’s Hospital Capacity Web System (HOSCAP). Every hospital in Oregon is asked to submit data twice daily HOSCAP. Hospital staff are asked to enter bed capacity information, by type, as well as the numbers of patients with suspected or confirmed COVID-19 illness who are currently hospitalized at the time of data entry. These data may conflict with hospitalization status in Orpheus due to case reporting and investigation lags and temporary discrepancies in case classification.

Notes:

  1. Because community transmission is occurring in Oregon and recommendations on social or physical 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 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.
  5. 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. Previous updates are posted on OHA’s COVID-19 News page.

 

Daily Update

Produced jointly by the Oregon Health Authority and the Oregon Office of Emergency Management, this update details the overall picture of the COVID-19 response across government agencies, including information on hospital capacity and PPE inventory.


Weekly Report

Produced weekly on Tuesdays by the the Oregon Health Authority, this report includes details on symptoms, risk factors, race and ethnicity, and long term care and senior living communities.


Weekly Testing Summary


Projected COVID-19 Epidemic Trends and Health System Needs for Oregon

 

Governor’s Joint Task Force for Health Care Systems Response to COVID-19

The purpose of this task force is to provide guidance promoting a unified response to the COVID-19 outbreak throughout Oregon, creating a framework that will best support health care system preparedness and response.

Cases as of April 20th, 2020

04/20/2020 Case Updates From the Oregon Health Authority:

 Situation in Oregon

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

 OHA COVID-19 Data Dashboard  Learn about the Dashboard

Data current as of 4/20/2020, 8:00 a.m. Updated daily.
Positive 1,956
Negative 38,089
Total persons tested 40,045
Total deaths 75

 

County Positive Deaths* Negative
Baker 0 0 51
Benton 28 5 666
Clackamas 171 5 3538
Clatsop 6 0 360
Columbia 14 0 474
Coos 1 0 413
Crook 1 0 143
Curry 4 0 111
Deschutes 64 0 1394
Douglas 23 0 697
Gilliam 0 0 16
Grant 1 0 44
Harney 0 0 45
Hood River 4 0 361
Jackson 48 0 3484
Jefferson 1 0 131
Josephine 19 1 845
Klamath 31 0 1337
Lake 0 0 56
Lane 48 1 2080
Lincoln 5 0 356
Linn 61 6 1347
Malheur 5 0 190
Marion 371 14 2980
Morrow 5 0 60
Multnomah 520 28 8616
Polk 33 1 590
Sherman 1 0 18
Tillamook 6 0 208
Umatilla 27 0 497
Union 4 0 90
Wallowa 1 0 24
Wasco 10 0 425
Washington 408 8 5441
Wheeler 0 0 7
Yamhill 35 6 994
Total 1956 75 38089
Age group Cases Percent Ever hospitalized Deaths*
0 to 19 48 2% 3 0
20 to 29 223 11% 19 0
30 to 39 300 15% 28 0
40 to 49 361 18% 61 2
50 to 59 349 18% 66 1
60 to 69 342 17% 131 16
70 to 79 202 10% 93 19
80 and over 131 7% 64 37
Not available 1 0% 0 0
Total 1956 100% 465 75
Sex Cases Percent Deaths*
Female 1074 55% 35
Male 877 45% 40
Not available 5 0% 0
Total 1956 100% 75
Hospitalized Cases Percent
Yes 465 24%
No 1376 70%
Not provided 115 6%
Total 1956 100%
Hospital capacity and usage Available Total
Adult ICU beds 326 821
Adult non-ICU beds 2089 7279
Pediatric NICU/PICU beds 107 251
Pediatric non-ICU beds 188 347
Ventilators 797  
COVID-19 details Patients with suspected or confirmed COVID-19 Only patients with confirmed COVID-19
Current hospitalized patients 303 131
Current patients in ICU beds 74 39
Current patients on ventilators 35 26
Testing by Oregon State Public Health Laboratory
Specimens received at OSPHL on 4/19/2020 26
Test results released by OSPHL on 4/19/2020 1
Specimens pending at OSPHL as of 8:00 p.m. 4/19/2020 48
Total persons tested for COVID-19 at OSPHL since 2/28/2020 3,386
Total persons tested at other laboratories 36,619
Total persons tested 40,005

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, as reported to Orpheus. Orpheus is the state of Oregon’s electronic disease surveillance system for reportable diseases. Cases are considered hospitalized if they were ever admitted to the hospital for inpatient care during the their COVID-19 illness. Cases who were examined in but not admitted to a hospital may be incorrectly classified as hospitalized until interview and medical record review are complete, leading to fluctuations in the number of hospitalized COVID-19 cases.

As reported to Oregon’s Hospital Capacity Web System (HOSCAP). Every hospital in Oregon is asked to submit data twice daily HOSCAP. Hospital staff are asked to enter bed capacity information, by type, as well as the numbers of patients with suspected or confirmed COVID-19 illness who are currently hospitalized at the time of data entry. These data may conflict with hospitalization status in Orpheus due to case reporting and investigation lags and temporary discrepancies in case classification.

Notes:

  1. Because community transmission is occurring in Oregon and recommendations on social or physical 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 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.
  5. 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. Previous updates are posted on OHA’s COVID-19 News page.

 

Daily Update

Produced jointly by the Oregon Health Authority and the Oregon Office of Emergency Management, this update details the overall picture of the COVID-19 response across government agencies, including information on hospital capacity and PPE inventory.


Weekly Report

Produced weekly on Tuesdays by the the Oregon Health Authority, this report includes details on symptoms, risk factors, race and ethnicity, and long term care and senior living communities.


Weekly Testing Summary


Projected COVID-19 Epidemic Trends and Health System Needs for Oregon

 

Governor’s Joint Task Force for Health Care Systems Response to COVID-19

The purpose of this task force is to provide guidance promoting a unified response to the COVID-19 outbreak throughout Oregon, creating a framework that will best support health care system preparedness and response.

Cases as of April 19th, 2020

04/19/2020 Case Updates From the Oregon Health Authority:

 Situation in Oregon

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

 OHA COVID-19 Data Dashboard  Learn about the Dashboard

Data current as of 4/19/2020, 8:00 a.m. Updated daily.
Positive 1,910
Negative 37,128
Total persons tested 39,038
Total deaths 74

 

County Positive Deaths* Negative
Baker 0 0 42
Benton 27 5 634
Clackamas 161 5 3467
Clatsop 6 0 350
Columbia 14 0 461
Coos 1 0 401
Crook 1 0 138
Curry 4 0 111
Deschutes 64 0 1344
Douglas 22 0 662
Gilliam 0 0 16
Grant 1 0 43
Harney 0 0 45
Hood River 4 0 355
Jackson 49 0 3462
Jefferson 1 0 126
Josephine 19 1 822
Klamath 30 0 1284
Lake 0 0 53
Lane 48 1 2013
Lincoln 4 0 321
Linn 59 6 1296
Malheur 5 0 181
Marion 358 13 2908
Morrow 5 0 59
Multnomah 514 28 8445
Polk 32 1 569
Sherman 1 0 18
Tillamook 6 0 197
Umatilla 26 0 479
Union 4 0 88
Wallowa 1 0 22
Wasco 10 0 409
Washington 399 8 5327
Wheeler 0 0 7
Yamhill 34 6 973
Total 1910 74 37128
Age group Cases Percent Ever hospitalized Deaths*
0 to 19 45 2% 3 0
20 to 29 217 11% 19 0
30 to 39 295 15% 26 0
40 to 49 355 19% 60 1
50 to 59 335 18% 63 1
60 to 69 334 17% 131 16
70 to 79 198 10% 89 19
80 and over 130 7% 64 37
Not available 1 0% 1 0
Total 1910 100% 456 74
Sex Cases Percent Deaths*
Female 1054 55% 35
Male 855 45% 39
Not available 1 0% 0
Total 1910 100% 74
Hospitalized Cases Percent
Yes 456 24%
No 1341 70%
Not provided 113 6%
Total 1910 100%
Hospital capacity and usage Available Total
Adult ICU beds 323 821
Adult non-ICU beds 2071 7277
Pediatric NICU/PICU beds 102 251
Pediatric non-ICU beds 179 347
Ventilators 795  
COVID-19 details Patients with suspected or confirmed COVID-19 Only patients with confirmed COVID-19
Current hospitalized patients 278 125
Current patients in ICU beds 66 38
Current patients on ventilators 37 25
Testing by Oregon State Public Health Laboratory
Specimens received at OSPHL on 4/18/2020 41
Test results released by OSPHL on 4/18/2020 62
Specimens pending at OSPHL as of 8:00 p.m. 4/18/2020 2
Total persons tested for COVID-19 at OSPHL since 2/28/2020 3,377
Total persons tested at other laboratories 35,661
Total persons tested 39,038

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, as reported to Orpheus. Orpheus is the state of Oregon’s electronic disease surveillance system for reportable diseases. Cases are considered hospitalized if they were ever admitted to the hospital for inpatient care during the their COVID-19 illness. Cases who were examined in but not admitted to a hospital may be incorrectly classified as hospitalized until interview and medical record review are complete, leading to fluctuations in the number of hospitalized COVID-19 cases.

As reported to Oregon’s Hospital Capacity Web System (HOSCAP). Every hospital in Oregon is asked to submit data twice daily HOSCAP. Hospital staff are asked to enter bed capacity information, by type, as well as the numbers of patients with suspected or confirmed COVID-19 illness who are currently hospitalized at the time of data entry. These data may conflict with hospitalization status in Orpheus due to case reporting and investigation lags and temporary discrepancies in case classification.

Notes:

  1. Because community transmission is occurring in Oregon and recommendations on social or physical 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 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.
  5. 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. Previous updates are posted on OHA’s COVID-19 News page.

 

Daily Update

Produced jointly by the Oregon Health Authority and the Oregon Office of Emergency Management, this update details the overall picture of the COVID-19 response across government agencies, including information on hospital capacity and PPE inventory.


Weekly Report

Produced weekly on Tuesdays by the the Oregon Health Authority, this report includes details on symptoms, risk factors, race and ethnicity, and long term care and senior living communities.


Weekly Testing Summary


Projected COVID-19 Epidemic Trends and Health System Needs for Oregon

 

Governor’s Joint Task Force for Health Care Systems Response to COVID-19

The purpose of this task force is to provide guidance promoting a unified response to the COVID-19 outbreak throughout Oregon, creating a framework that will best support health care system preparedness and response.

Cases as of April 18th, 2020

04/18/2020 Case Updates From the Oregon Health Authority:

 Situation in Oregon

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

 OHA COVID-19 Data Dashboard  Learn about the Dashboard

Data current as of 4/18/2020, 8:00 a.m. Updated daily.
Positive 1,844
Negative 35,739
Total persons tested 37,583
Total deaths 72

 

County Positive Deaths* Negative
Baker 0 0 41
Benton 27 4 613
Clackamas 154 5 3263
Clatsop 6 0 340
Columbia 14 0 444
Coos 1 0 393
Crook 1 0 135
Curry 4 0 105
Deschutes 63 0 1290
Douglas 22 0 651
Gilliam 0 0 16
Grant 1 0 40
Harney 0 0 45
Hood River 4 0 349
Jackson 49 0 3404
Jefferson 1 0 123
Josephine 19 1 804
Klamath 31 0 1193
Lake 0 0 52
Lane 46 1 1900
Lincoln 4 0 314
Linn 59 6 1272
Malheur 5 0 178
Marion 335 13 2806
Morrow 5 0 55
Multnomah 493 28 8147
Polk 32 1 554
Sherman 1 0 16
Tillamook 6 0 190
Umatilla 25 0 459
Union 4 0 88
Wallowa 1 0 21
Wasco 10 0 392
Washington 387 7 5095
Wheeler 0 0 7
Yamhill 34 6 944
Total 1844 72 35739
Age group Cases Percent Ever hospitalized Deaths*
0 to 19 43 2% 3 0
20 to 29 206 11% 19 0
30 to 39 283 15% 26 0
40 to 49 338 18% 59 1
50 to 59 327 18% 63 1
60 to 69 326 18% 129 14
70 to 79 195 11% 88 19
80 and over 125 7% 62 37
Not available 1 0% 0 0
Total 1844 100% 449 72
Sex Cases Percent Deaths*
Female 1022 55% 35
Male 822 44% 37
Not available 0 0% 0
Total 1844 100% 72
Hospitalized Cases Percent
Yes 449 24%
No 1307 71%
Not provided 88 5%
Total 1844 100%
Hospital capacity and usage Available Total
Adult ICU beds 302 818
Adult non-ICU beds 2106 7280
Pediatric NICU/PICU beds 103 251
Pediatric non-ICU beds 151 347
Ventilators 790  
COVID-19 details Patients with suspected or confirmed COVID-19 Only patients with confirmed COVID-19
Current hospitalized patients 290 131
Current patients in ICU beds 74 41
Current patients on ventilators 37 26
Testing by Oregon State Public Health Laboratory
Specimens received at OSPHL on 4/17/2020 45
Test results released by OSPHL on 4/17/2020 37
Specimens pending at OSPHL as of 8:00 p.m. 4/17/2020 24
Total persons tested for COVID-19 at OSPHL since 2/28/2020 3,341
Total persons tested at other laboratories 34,242
Total persons tested 37,583

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, as reported to Orpheus. Orpheus is the state of Oregon’s electronic disease surveillance system for reportable diseases. Cases are considered hospitalized if they were ever admitted to the hospital for inpatient care during the their COVID-19 illness. Cases who were examined in but not admitted to a hospital may be incorrectly classified as hospitalized until interview and medical record review are complete, leading to fluctuations in the number of hospitalized COVID-19 cases.

As reported to Oregon’s Hospital Capacity Web System (HOSCAP). Every hospital in Oregon is asked to submit data twice daily HOSCAP. Hospital staff are asked to enter bed capacity information, by type, as well as the numbers of patients with suspected or confirmed COVID-19 illness who are currently hospitalized at the time of data entry. These data may conflict with hospitalization status in Orpheus due to case reporting and investigation lags and temporary discrepancies in case classification.

Notes:

  1. Because community transmission is occurring in Oregon and recommendations on social or physical 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 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.
  5. 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. Previous updates are posted on OHA’s COVID-19 News page.

 

Daily Update

Produced jointly by the Oregon Health Authority and the Oregon Office of Emergency Management, this update details the overall picture of the COVID-19 response across government agencies, including information on hospital capacity and PPE inventory.


Weekly Report

Produced weekly on Tuesdays by the the Oregon Health Authority, this report includes details on symptoms, risk factors, race and ethnicity, and long term care and senior living communities.


Weekly Testing Summary


Projected COVID-19 Epidemic Trends and Health System Needs for Oregon

 

Governor’s Joint Task Force for Health Care Systems Response to COVID-19

The purpose of this task force is to provide guidance promoting a unified response to the COVID-19 outbreak throughout Oregon, creating a framework that will best support health care system preparedness and response.

Cases as of April 16th, 2020

04/16/2020 Case Updates From the Oregon Health Authority:

Data current as of 4/16/2020, 8:00 a.m. Updated daily.
Positive 1,736
Negative 33,202
Total persons tested 34,938
Total deaths 64

The daily update, weekly report and projections are available below under “Additional Data and Projections.”

 

County Positive Deaths* Negative
Baker 0 0 34
Benton 27 4 582
Clackamas 150 3 3037
Clatsop 6 0 305
Columbia 14 0 406
Coos 1 0 361
Crook 1 0 122
Curry 3 0 101
Deschutes 59 0 1185
Douglas 22 0 580
Gilliam 0 0 16
Grant 1 0 38
Harney 0 0 44
Hood River 4 0 329
Jackson 47 0 3188
Jefferson 1 0 116
Josephine 19 1 735
Klamath 29 0 981
Lake 0 0 50
Lane 45 1 1675
Lincoln 4 0 289
Linn 54 4 1217
Malheur 5 0 163
Marion 309 11 2666
Morrow 5 0 47
Multnomah 448 26 7693
Polk 30 1 533
Sherman 1 0 16
Tillamook 6 0 169
Umatilla 22 0 421
Union 4 0 88
Wallowa 1 0 21
Wasco 10 0 359
Washington 376 7 4767
Wheeler 0 0 6
Yamhill 33 6 862
Total 1736 64 33202
Age group Cases Percent Ever hospitalized Deaths*
0 to 19 40 2% 3 0
20 to 29 192 11% 18 0
30 to 39 267 15% 22 0
40 to 49 322 19% 56 1
50 to 59 310 18% 60 2
60 to 69 305 18% 118 11
70 to 79 186 11% 83 18
80 and over 114 7% 54 32
Not available 0 0% 0
Total 1736 100% 414 64
Sex Cases Percent Deaths*
Female 961 55% 31
Male 771 44% 33
Not available 4 0% 0
Total 1736 100% 64
Hospitalized Cases Percent
Yes 414 24%
No 1201 69%
Not provided 121 7%
Total 1736 100%
Hospital capacity and usage Available Total
Adult ICU beds 287 818
Adult non-ICU beds 2163 7318
Pediatric NICU/PICU beds 103 251
Pediatric non-ICU beds 170 347
Ventilators 768  
COVID-19 details Patients with suspected or confirmed COVID-19 Only patients with confirmed COVID-19
Current hospitalized patients 307 132
Current patients in ICU beds 89 51
Current patients on ventilators 43 28
Testing by Oregon State Public Health Laboratory
Specimens received at OSPHL on 4/15/2020 36
Test results released by OSPHL on 4/15/2020 39
Specimens pending at OSPHL as of 8:00 p.m. 4/15/2020 9
Total persons tested for COVID-19 at OSPHL since 2/28/2020 3,428
Total persons tested at other laboratories 31,510
Total persons tested 34,938

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, as reported to Orpheus. Orpheus is the state of Oregon’s electronic disease surveillance system for reportable diseases. Cases are considered hospitalized if they were ever admitted to the hospital for inpatient care during the their COVID-19 illness. Cases who were examined in but not admitted to a hospital may be incorrectly classified as hospitalized until interview and medical record review are complete, leading to fluctuations in the number of hospitalized COVID-19 cases.

As reported to Oregon’s Hospital Capacity Web System (HOSCAP). Every hospital in Oregon is asked to submit data twice daily HOSCAP. Hospital staff are asked to enter bed capacity information, by type, as well as the numbers of patients with suspected or confirmed COVID-19 illness who are currently hospitalized at the time of data entry. These data may conflict with hospitalization status in Orpheus due to case reporting and investigation lags and temporary discrepancies in case classification.

Notes:

  1. Because community transmission is occurring in Oregon and recommendations on social or physical 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 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.
  5. 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. Previous updates are posted on OHA’s COVID-19 News page.

 

Daily Update

Produced jointly by the Oregon Health Authority and the Oregon Office of Emergency Management, this update details the overall picture of the COVID-19 response across government agencies, including information on hospital capacity and PPE inventory.


Weekly Report

Produced weekly on Tuesdays by the the Oregon Health Authority, this report includes details on symptoms, risk factors, race and ethnicity, and long term care and senior living communities.


Projected COVID-19 Epidemic Trends and Health System Needs for Oregon

 

Governor’s Joint Task Force for Health Care Systems Response to COVID-19

The purpose of this task force is to provide guidance promoting a unified response to the COVID-19 outbreak throughout Oregon, creating a framework that will best support health care system preparedness and response.

Cases as of Aprl 14th, 2020

04/14/2020 Case Updates From the Oregon Health Authority:

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

 OHA COVID-19 Data Dashboard  Learn about the Dashboard

Data current as of 4/14/2020, 8:00 a.m. Updated daily.
Positive 1,633
Negative 30,730
Total persons tested 32,363
Total deaths 55

The daily update, weekly report and projections are available below under “Additional Data and Projections.”

County Positive Deaths* Negative
Baker 0 0 30
Benton 24 3 572
Clackamas 135 3 2809
Clatsop 6 0 275
Columbia 11 0 373
Coos 1 0 340
Crook 1 0 107
Curry 3 0 96
Deschutes 55 0 1113
Douglas 19 0 524
Gilliam 0 0 15
Grant 1 0 31
Harney 0 0 45
Hood River 4 0 308
Jackson 47 0 2939
Jefferson 1 0 105
Josephine 19 1 668
Klamath 26 0 860
Lake 0 0 47
Lane 42 1 1451
Lincoln 4 0 263
Linn 52 4 1170
Malheur 4 0 147
Marion 289 9 2549
Morrow 5 0 44
Multnomah 420 20 7135
Polk 30 1 514
Sherman 1 0 14
Tillamook 6 0 160
Umatilla 16 0 393
Union 4 0 84
Wallowa 1 0 21
Wasco 10 0 333
Washington 365 7 4375
Wheeler 0 0 6
Yamhill 32 6 814
Total 1633 55 30730
Age group Cases Percent Ever hospitalized Deaths*
0 to 19 38 2% 3 0
20 to 29 182 11% 18 0
30 to 39 249 15% 21 0
40 to 49 303 19% 54 1
50 to 59 289 18% 54 1
60 to 69 287 18% 103 10
70 to 79 178 11% 76 16
80 and over 107 7% 52 27
Not available 0 0% 0
Total 1633 100% 381 55
Sex Cases Percent Deaths*
Female 907 56% 27
Male 717 44% 28
Not available 9 1% 0
Total 1633 100% 55
Hospitalized Cases Percent
Yes 381 23%
No 1112 68%
Not provided 140 9%
Total 1633 100%
Hospital capacity and usage as reported to HOSCAP Available Total
Adult ICU beds 328 751
Adult non-ICU beds 2134 6974
Pediatric NICU/PICU beds 85 198
Pediatric non-ICU beds 187 287
Ventilators 794  
COVID-19 details Patients with suspected or confirmed COVID-19 Only patients with confirmed COVID-19
Current hospitalized patients 311 150
Current patients in ICU beds 88 52
Current patients on ventilators 44 37
Testing by Oregon State Public Health Laboratory
Specimens received at OSPHL on 4/13/2020 29
Test results released by OSPHL on 4/13/2020 20
Specimens pending at OSPHL as of 8:00 p.m. 4/13/2020 9
Total persons tested for COVID-19 at OSPHL since 2/28/2020 3,149
Total persons tested at other laboratories 29,214
Total persons tested 32,363

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, as reported to Orpheus. Orpheus is the state of Oregon’s electronic disease surveillance system for reportable diseases. Cases are considered hospitalized if they were ever admitted to the hospital for inpatient care during the their COVID-19 illness. Cases who were examined in but not admitted to a hospital may be incorrectly classified as hospitalized until interview and medical record review are complete, leading to fluctuations in the number of hospitalized COVID-19 cases.

Every hospital in Oregon is asked to submit data twice daily to Oregon’s Hospital Capacity Web System (HOSCAP). Hospital staff are asked to enter bed capacity information, by type, as well as the numbers of patients with suspected or confirmed COVID-19 illness who are currently hospitalized at the time of data entry. These data may conflict with hospitalization status in Orpheus due to case reporting and investigation lags and temporary discrepancies in case classification.

Notes:

  1. Because community transmission is occurring in Oregon and recommendations on social or physical 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 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.
  5. 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. Previous updates are posted on OHA’s COVID-19 News page.

Daily Update

Produced jointly by the Oregon Health Authority and the Oregon Office of Emergency Management, this update details the overall picture of the COVID-19 response across government agencies, including information on hospital capacity and PPE inventory.


Weekly Report

Produced weekly on Tuesdays by the the Oregon Health Authority, this report includes details on symptoms, risk factors, race and ethnicity, and long term care and senior living communities.


Projected COVID-19 Epidemic Trends and Health System Needs for Oregon

Governor’s Joint Task Force for Health Care Systems Response to COVID-19

The purpose of this task force is to provide guidance promoting a unified response to the COVID-19 outbreak throughout Oregon, creating a framework that will best support health care system preparedness and response.

Cases as ofApril 13th, 2020

04/13/2020 Case Updates From the Oregon Health Authority:

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Data current as of 4/13/2020, 8:00 a.m. Updated daily.
Positive 1,584
Negative 29,537
Total persons tested 31,121
Total deaths 53

 

County Positive Deaths* Negative
Baker 0 0 29
Benton 23 2 570
Clackamas 132 3 2658
Clatsop 6 0 264
Columbia 12 0 352
Coos 1 0 326
Crook 1 0 104
Curry 3 0 96
Deschutes 54 0 1098
Douglas 16 0 497
Gilliam 0 0 14
Grant 1 0 30
Harney 0 0 45
Hood River 4 0 289
Jackson 47 0 2906
Jefferson 0 0 103
Josephine 19 1 654
Klamath 25 0 856
Lake 0 0 47
Lane 41 1 1265
Lincoln 4 0 248
Linn 52 4 1156
Malheur 4 0 140
Marion 280 9 2474
Morrow 5 0 40
Multnomah 398 19 6850
Polk 30 1 499
Sherman 1 0 14
Tillamook 5 0 151
Umatilla 16 0 371
Union 4 0 82
Wallowa 1 0 21
Wasco 10 0 315
Washington 360 7 4195
Wheeler 0 0 6
Yamhill 30 6 772
Total 1584 53 29537
Age group Cases Percent Ever hospitalized Deaths*
0 to 19 38 2% 3 0
20 to 29 178 11% 16 0
30 to 39 242 15% 21 0
40 to 49 295 19% 54 1
50 to 59 276 17% 52 1
60 to 69 275 17% 99 10
70 to 79 173 11% 73 15
80 and over 105 7% 50 26
Not available 2 1 0
Total 1584 100% 369 53
Sex Cases Percent Deaths*
Female 867 55% 26
Male 708 45% 27
Not available 9 1% 0
Total 1584 100% 53
Hospitalized Cases Percent
Yes 369 23%
No 1065 67%
Not provided 150 9%
Total 1584 100%
Hospital capacity and usage as reported to HOSCAP Available Total
Adult ICU beds 332 751
Adult non-ICU beds 2094 6974
Pediatric NICU/PICU beds 90 198
Pediatric non-ICU beds 169 287
Ventilators 770  
COVID-19 details Patients with suspected or confirmed COVID-19 Only patients with confirmed COVID-19
Current hospitalized patients 321 145
Current patients in ICU beds 96 51
Current patients on ventilators 50 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, as reported to Orpheus. Orpheus is the state of Oregon’s electronic disease surveillance system for reportable diseases. Cases are considered hospitalized if they were ever admitted to the hospital for inpatient care during the their COVID-19 illness. Cases who were examined in but not admitted to a hospital may be incorrectly classified as hospitalized until interview and medical record review are complete, leading to fluctuations in the number of hospitalized COVID-19 cases.

Every hospital in Oregon is asked to submit data twice daily to Oregon’s Hospital Capacity Web System (HOSCAP). Hospital staff are asked to enter bed capacity information, by type, as well as the numbers of patients with suspected or confirmed COVID-19 illness who are currently hospitalized at the time of data entry. These data may conflict with hospitalization status in Orpheus due to case reporting and investigation lags and temporary discrepancies in case classification.

Notes:

  1. Because community transmission is occurring in Oregon and recommendations on social or physical 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. Previous updates are posted on OHA’s COVID-19 News page.

 

Updated daily.
Specimens received at OSPHL on 4/12/2020 21
Test results released by OSPHL on 4/12/2020 21
Specimens pending at OSPHL as of 8:00 p.m. 4/12/2020 1
Total persons tested for COVID-19 at OSPHL since 2/28/2020 3128
Total persons tested at other laboratories 27,993
Total persons tested 31,121

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 12th, 2020

04/12/2020 Case Updates From the Oregon Health Authority:

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Data current as of 4/12/2020, 8:00 a.m. Updated daily.
Positive 1,527
Negative 28,231
Total persons tested 29,758
Total deaths 52

 

County Positive Deaths* Negative
Baker 0 0 25
Benton 23 2 555
Clackamas 125 3 2565
Clatsop 6 0 258
Columbia 10 0 322
Coos 1 0 319
Crook 1 0 103
Curry 3 0 94
Deschutes 54 0 1066
Douglas 14 0 488
Gilliam 0 0 14
Grant 1 0 30
Harney 0 0 45
Hood River 4 0 266
Jackson 46 0 2829
Jefferson 0 0 98
Josephine 18 1 614
Klamath 25 0 724
Lake 0 0 46
Lane 37 1 1226
Lincoln 4 0 236
Linn 52 4 1120
Malheur 4 0 138
Marion 276 9 2390
Morrow 5 0 38
Multnomah 374 19 6529
Polk 30 1 481
Sherman 1 0 11
Tillamook 5 0 144
Umatilla 16 0 337
Union 4 0 81
Wallowa 1 0 21
Wasco 10 0 284
Washington 348 6 3990
Wheeler 0 0 6
Yamhill 30 6 738
Total 1527 52 28231
Age group Cases Percent Ever hospitalized Deaths*
0 to 19 36 2% 3 0
20 to 29 167 11% 15 0
30 to 39 236 15% 21 0
40 to 49 284 19% 53 1
50 to 59 268 18% 52 1
60 to 69 266 17% 94 9
70 to 79 166 11% 71 15
80 and over 104 7% 50 26
Not available 0 0 0
Total 1527 100% 359 52
Sex Cases Percent Deaths*
Female 835 55% 25
Male 683 45% 27
Not available 9 1% 0
Total 1527 100% 52
Hospitalized Cases Percent
Yes 359 24%
No 1039 68%
Not provided 129 8%
Total 1527 100%
Hospital capacity and usage as reported to HOSCAP Available Total
Adult ICU beds 325 749
Adult non-ICU beds 2035 6975
Pediatric NICU/PICU beds 86 198
Pediatric non-ICU beds 148 287
Ventilators 760  
COVID-19 details Patients with suspected or confirmed COVID-19 Only patients with confirmed COVID-19
Current hospitalized patients 295 150
Current patients in ICU beds 81 52
Current patients on ventilators 52 45

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, as reported to Orpheus. Orpheus is the state of Oregon’s electronic disease surveillance system for reportable diseases. Cases are considered hospitalized if they were ever admitted to the hospital for inpatient care during the their COVID-19 illness. Cases who were examined in but not admitted to a hospital may be incorrectly classified as hospitalized until interview and medical record review are complete, leading to fluctuations in the number of hospitalized COVID-19 cases.

Every hospital in Oregon is asked to submit data twice daily to Oregon’s Hospital Capacity Web System (HOSCAP). Hospital staff are asked to enter bed capacity information, by type, as well as the numbers of patients with suspected or confirmed COVID-19 illness who are currently hospitalized at the time of data entry. These data may conflict with hospitalization status in Orpheus due to case reporting and investigation lags and temporary discrepancies in case classification.

Notes:

  1. Because community transmission is occurring in Oregon and recommendations on social or physical 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. Previous updates are posted on OHA’s COVID-19 News page.

 

Updated daily.
Specimens received at OSPHL on 4/11/2020 45
Test results released by OSPHL on 4/11/2020 72
Specimens pending at OSPHL as of 8:00 p.m. 4/11/2020 2
Total persons tested for COVID-19 at OSPHL since 2/28/2020 3089
Total persons tested at other laboratories 26,669
Total persons tested 29,758

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 10th, 2020

04/10/2020 Case Updates From the Oregon Health Authority:

Data current as of 4/10/2020, 8:00 a.m. Updated daily.
Positive 1,371
Negative 25,853
Total persons tested 27,224
Total deaths 48

 

County Positive Deaths* Negative
Baker 0 0 19
Benton 21 2 531
Clackamas 116 3 2384
Clatsop 6 0 241
Columbia 10 0 295
Coos 0 0 296
Crook 1 0 98
Curry 3 0 81
Deschutes 51 0 994
Douglas 12 0 461
Gilliam 0 0 13
Grant 1 0 30
Harney 0 0 43
Hood River 4 0 223
Jackson 44 0 2683
Jefferson 0 0 92
Josephine 17 0 567
Klamath 24 0 483
Lake 0 0 44
Lane 34 1 1105
Lincoln 4 0 214
Linn 49 4 1066
Malheur 2 0 118
Marion 246 9 2171
Morrow 5 0 35
Multnomah 317 17 6040
Polk 29 1 435
Sherman 1 0 7
Tillamook 4 0 129
Umatilla 11 0 304
Union 3 0 64
Wallowa 1 0 17
Wasco 7 0 246
Washington 320 6 3604
Wheeler 0 0 6
Yamhill 28 5 714
Total 1371 48 25853
Age group Cases Percent Ever hospitalized Deaths*
0 to 19 33 2% 3 0
20 to 29 148 11% 14 0
30 to 39 208 15% 20 0
40 to 49 254 19% 48 1
50 to 59 245 18% 51 1
60 to 69 246 18% 92 9
70 to 79 146 11% 64 15
80 and over 91 7% 46 22
Not available 0 0 0
Total 1371 100% 338 48
Sex Cases Percent Deaths*
Female 736 54% 22
Male 629 46% 26
Not available 6 <1% 0
Total 1371 100% 48
Hospitalized Cases Percent
Yes 338 25%
No 924 67%
Not provided 109 8%
Total 1371 100%
Hospital capacity and usage as reported to HOSCAP⸸ Available Total
Adult ICU beds 296 748
Adult non-ICU beds 2203 6968
Pediatric NICU/PICU beds 89 198
Pediatric non-ICU beds 182 294
Ventilators 797  
COVID-19 details⸸ Patients with suspected or confirmed COVID-19 Only patients with confirmed COVID-19
Current hospitalized patients 353 140
Current patients in ICU beds 93 58
Current patients on ventilators 58 46

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, as reported to Orpheus. Orpheus is the state of Oregon’s electronic disease surveillance system for reportable diseases. Cases are considered hospitalized if they were ever admitted to the hospital for inpatient care during the their COVID-19 illness. Cases who were examined in but not admitted to a hospital may be incorrectly classified as hospitalized until interview and medical record review are complete, leading to fluctuations in the number of hospitalized COVID-19 cases.

⸸ Every hospital in Oregon is asked to submit data twice daily to Oregon’s Hospital Capacity Web System (HOSCAP). Hospital staff are asked to enter bed capacity information, by type, as well as the numbers of patients with suspected or confirmed COVID-19 illness who are currently hospitalized at the time of data entry. These data may conflict with hospitalization status in Orpheus due to case reporting and investigation lags and temporary discrepancies in case classification.

Notes:

  1. Because community transmission is occurring in Oregon and recommendations on social or physical 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 4/9/2020 60
Test results released by OSPHL on 4/9/2020 44
Specimens pending at OSPHL as of 8:00 p.m. 4/9/2020 17
Total persons tested for COVID-19 at OSPHL since 2/28/2020 3,006
Total persons tested at other laboratories 24,218
Total persons tested 27,224
Cases as of April 9th, 2020

04/09/2020 Case Updates From the Oregon Health Authority:

COVID-19 Cases in Oregon

 OHA COVID-19 Data Dashboard

Data current as of 4/9/2020, 8:00 a.m. Updated daily.
Positive 1,321
Negative 24,306
Total persons tested 25,627
Total deaths 44

83 new cases are in the following counties:

 Clackamas (6), Columbia (1), Curry (1), Deschutes (5), Jackson(4), Klamath (1), Lane (2), Linn (3), Marion (17), Morrow (2), Multnomah (16), Polk (1), Tillamook (1), Umatilla (3), Washington (16), Yamhill (4).

 

County Positive Deaths* Negative
Baker 0 0 19
Benton 21 2 502
Clackamas 109 3 2243
Clatsop 5 0 226
Columbia 10 0 258
Coos 0 0 282
Crook 1 0 91
Curry 3 0 81
Deschutes 50 0 937
Douglas 12 0 433
Gilliam 0 0 9
Grant 1 0 30
Harney 0 0 43
Hood River 3 0 206
Jackson 44 0 2596
Jefferson 0 0 90
Josephine 16 0 509
Klamath 20 0 361
Lake 0 0 39
Lane 33 1 1044
Lincoln 4 0 193
Linn 49 4 1033
Malheur 2 0 116
Marion 235 9 2002
Morrow 5 0 35
Multnomah 302 13 5763
Polk 29 1 410
Sherman 1 0 7
Tillamook 4 0 123
Umatilla 11 0 289
Union 3 0 62
Wallowa 1 0 15
Wasco 7 0 218
Washington 311 6 3344
Wheeler 0 0 6
Yamhill 29 5 691
Total 1321 44 24306
Age group Cases Ever hospitalized Deaths*
0 to 19 31 3 0
20 to 29 141 13 0
30 to 39 203 19 0
40 to 49 245 46 1
50 to 59 237 50 1
60 to 69 241 91 7
70 to 79 138 63 15
80 and over 84 41 20
Not available 1 0 0
Total 1321 326 44
Sex Cases Deaths*
Female 711 22
Male 602 22
Not available 8 0
Total 1321 44
Hospitalized Cases
Yes 326
No 872
Not provided 123
Total 1321
Hospital Capacity (as reported to OHA by hospitals) Available Total
Adult ICU beds 294 739
Adult non-ICU beds 2237 6826
Pediatric NICU/PICU beds 90 198
Pediatric non-ICU beds 189 287
Ventilators 794  
COVID-19 Details Currently hospitalized COVID-19 patients* Currently hospitalized COVID-19 positive patients**
Current hospitalized COVID-19 patients 400 146
COVID-19 patients in ICU beds 105 66
COVID-19 patients on ventilators 64 54
* Includes both confirmed and suspected COVID-19 patients
** Includes only confirmed positive COVID-19 patients

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. Cases are considered hospitalized if they were ever admitted to the hospital for inpatient care during the their COVID-19 illness. Cases who were examined in but not admitted to a hospital may be incorrectly classified as hospitalized until interview and medical record review are complete, leading to fluctuations in the number of hospitalized COVID-19 cases.

Notes:

  1. Because community transmission is occurring in Oregon and recommendations on social or physical 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 4/8/2020 65
Test results released by OSPHL on 4/8/2020 119
Specimens pending at OSPHL as of 8:00 p.m. 4/8/2020 2
Total persons tested for COVID-19 at OSPHL since 2/28/2020 2,916
Total persons tested at other laboratories 22,711
Total persons tested 25,627

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 8th, 2020

04/08/2020 Case Updates From the Oregon Health Authority:

COVID-19 Cases in Oregon

 OHA COVID-19 Data Dashboard

Data current as of 4/8/2020, 8:00 a.m. Updated daily.
Positive 1,239
Negative 23,325
Total persons tested 24,564
Total deaths 38

58 new cases are in the following counties:

 Clackamas (6), Columbia (1), Deschutes (1), Hood River (1), Lane (1), Linn (1), Marion (3), Morrow (1), Multnomah (28), Wallowa (2), Washington (13). 

Cases as of April 7th, 2020

04/07/2020 Case Updates From the Oregon Health Authority:

COVID-19 Cases in Oregon

 OHA COVID-19 Data Dashboard

Data current as of 4/7/2020, 8:00 a.m. Updated daily.
Positive 1,181
Negative 21,826
Total persons tested 23,007
Total deaths 33

49 new cases are in the following counties:

 Clackamas (7), Clatsop (1), Deschutes (4), Klamath (1), Lane (1), Linn (1), Marion (6), Multnomah (15), Polk (2),  Washington (11).

County Positive Deaths* Negative
Baker 0 0 17
Benton 21 1 489
Clackamas 97 3 2052
Clatsop 5 0 206
Columbia 8 0 218
Coos 0 0 264
Crook 1 0 36
Curry 2 0 80
Deschutes 44 0 574
Douglas 12 0 411
Gilliam 0 0 9
Grant 1 0 16
Harney 0 0 38
Hood River 2 0 198
Jackson 39 0 2437
Jefferson 0 0 50
Josephine 16 0 470
Klamath 19 0 328
Lake 0 0 38
Lane 30 1 963
Lincoln 4 0 174
Linn 45 2 999
Malheur 2 0 102
Marion 215 9 1915
Morrow 2 0 34
Multnomah 258 7 5015
Polk 28 1 394
Sherman 1 0 7
Tillamook 3 0 117
Umatilla 8 0 250
Union 3 0 50
Wallowa 1 0 14
Wasco 7 0 202
Washington 282 6 2999
Wheeler 0 0 4
Yamhill 25 3 656
Total 1181 33 21826
Age group Cases Ever hospitalized Deaths*
0 to 19 24 4 0
20 to 29 124 14 0
30 to 39 179 23 0
40 to 49 224 51 0
50 to 59 214 55 1
60 to 69 213 86 7
70 to 79 123 58 10
80 and over 80 38 15
Not available 0 0 0
Total 1181 329 33
Sex Cases Deaths*
Female 634 18
Male 541 15
Not available 6 0
Total 1181 33
Hospitalized Cases
Yes 329
No 756
Not provided 96
Total 1181
Hospital Capacity (as reported to OHA by hospitals) Available Total
Adult ICU beds 303 742
Adult non-ICU beds 2130 6794
Pediatric NICU/PICU beds 108 198
Pediatric non-ICU beds 192 289
Ventilators 816  
COVID-19 Details Total
COVID-19 admissions (includes both confirmed and suspected COVID-19 patients) 464
COVID-19 patients on ventilators 69

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 or physical 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 4/6/2020 46
Test results released by OSPHL on 4/6/2020 39
Specimens pending at OSPHL as of 8:00 p.m. 4/6/2020 4
Total persons tested for COVID-19 at OSPHL since 2/28/2020 2,827
Total persons tested at other laboratories 20,180
Total persons tested 23,007

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.

Data are provisional and change frequently.

Cases as of April 6th, 2020

04/06/2020 Case Updates From the Oregon Health Authority:

COVID-19 Cases in Oregon

 OHA COVID-19 Data Dashboard

Data current as of 4/6/2020, 8:00 a.m. Updated daily.
Positive 1,132
Negative 20,669
Total persons tested 21,801
Total deaths 29

 

64 new cases are in the following counties:

Benton (2), Clackamas (6), Columbia (2), Curry (2), Deschutes (1), Douglas (1), Jackson (6), Josephine (3), Klamath (3), Lane (2), Linn (1), Marion (11), Multnomah (10), Polk (2), Umatilla (1), Washington (12).

 

County Positive Deaths* Negative
Baker 0 0 14
Benton 21 1 466
Clackamas 90 3 1870
Clatsop 4 0 188
Columbia 8 0 197
Coos 0 0 249
Crook 1 0 33
Curry 2 0 67
Deschutes 40 0 534
Douglas 12 0 354
Gilliam 0 0 8
Grant 1 0 15
Harney 0 0 38
Hood River 2 0 182
Jackson 39 0 2401
Jefferson 0 0 45
Josephine 16 0 453
Klamath 18 0 324
Lake 0 0 36
Lane 29 1 921
Lincoln 4 0 156
Linn 44 2 954
Malheur 2 0 91
Marion 209 6 1818
Morrow 2 0 33
Multnomah 243 7 4828
Polk 26 1 389
Sherman 1 0 7
Tillamook 3 0 110
Umatilla 8 0 242
Union 3 0 36
Wallowa 1 0 12
Wasco 7 0 195
Washington 271 5 2785
Wheeler 0 0 4
Yamhill 25 3 614
Total 1132 29 20669
Age group Cases Ever hospitalized Deaths*
0 to 19 23 2 0
20 to 29 115 26 0
30 to 39 170 41 0
40 to 49 211 70 0
50 to 59 209 68 1
60 to 69 206 100 7
70 to 79 121 59 9
80 and over 76 38 12
Not available 1 0 0
Total 1132 404 29
Sex Cases Deaths*
Female 605 14
Male 518 15
Not available 9 0
Total 1132 29
Hospitalized Cases
Yes 404
No 623
Not provided 104
Total 1132
Hospital Capacity Available Total
Adult ICU beds 297 696
Adult non-ICU beds 2241 6553
Pediatric NICU/PICU beds 113 201
Pediatric non-ICU beds 187 279
Ventilators 733  
COVID-19 Details Total
COVID-19 admissions 400
COVID-19 patients on ventilators 82

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 or physical 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 4/5/2020 46
Test results released by OSPHL on 4/5/2020 152
Specimens pending at OSPHL as of 8:00 p.m. 4/5/2020 2
Total persons tested for COVID-19 at OSPHL since 2/28/2020 2,746
Total persons tested at other laboratories 19,055
Total persons tested 21,801

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 5th, 2020

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 April 14th, 2020

04/14/2020 Case Updates From the Oregon Health Authority:

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

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Data current as of 4/14/2020, 8:00 a.m. Updated daily.
Positive 1,633
Negative 30,730
Total persons tested 32,363
Total deaths 55

The daily update, weekly report and projections are available below under “Additional Data and Projections.”

 

County Positive Deaths* Negative
Baker 0 0 30
Benton 24 3 572
Clackamas 135 3 2809
Clatsop 6 0 275
Columbia 11 0 373
Coos 1 0 340
Crook 1 0 107
Curry 3 0 96
Deschutes 55 0 1113
Douglas 19 0 524
Gilliam 0 0 15
Grant 1 0 31
Harney 0 0 45
Hood River 4 0 308
Jackson 47 0 2939
Jefferson 1 0 105
Josephine 19 1 668
Klamath 26 0 860
Lake 0 0 47
Lane 42 1 1451
Lincoln 4 0 263
Linn 52 4 1170
Malheur 4 0 147
Marion 289 9 2549
Morrow 5 0 44
Multnomah 420 20 7135
Polk 30 1 514
Sherman 1 0 14
Tillamook 6 0 160
Umatilla 16 0 393
Union 4 0 84
Wallowa 1 0 21
Wasco 10 0 333
Washington 365 7 4375
Wheeler 0 0 6
Yamhill 32 6 814
Total 1633 55 30730
Age group Cases Percent Ever hospitalized Deaths*
0 to 19 38 2% 3 0
20 to 29 182 11% 18 0
30 to 39 249 15% 21 0
40 to 49 303 19% 54 1
50 to 59 289 18% 54 1
60 to 69 287 18% 103 10
70 to 79 178 11% 76 16
80 and over 107 7% 52 27
Not available 0 0% 0
Total 1633 100% 381 55
Sex Cases Percent Deaths*
Female 907 56% 27
Male 717 44% 28
Not available 9 1% 0
Total 1633 100% 55
Hospitalized Cases Percent
Yes 381 23%
No 1112 68%
Not provided 140 9%
Total 1633 100%
Hospital capacity and usage as reported to HOSCAP Available Total
Adult ICU beds 328 751
Adult non-ICU beds 2134 6974
Pediatric NICU/PICU beds 85 198
Pediatric non-ICU beds 187 287
Ventilators 794  
COVID-19 details Patients with suspected or confirmed COVID-19 Only patients with confirmed COVID-19
Current hospitalized patients 311 150
Current patients in ICU beds 88 52
Current patients on ventilators 44 37
Testing by Oregon State Public Health Laboratory
Specimens received at OSPHL on 4/13/2020 29
Test results released by OSPHL on 4/13/2020 20
Specimens pending at OSPHL as of 8:00 p.m. 4/13/2020 9
Total persons tested for COVID-19 at OSPHL since 2/28/2020 3,149
Total persons tested at other laboratories 29,214
Total persons tested 32,363

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, as reported to Orpheus. Orpheus is the state of Oregon’s electronic disease surveillance system for reportable diseases. Cases are considered hospitalized if they were ever admitted to the hospital for inpatient care during the their COVID-19 illness. Cases who were examined in but not admitted to a hospital may be incorrectly classified as hospitalized until interview and medical record review are complete, leading to fluctuations in the number of hospitalized COVID-19 cases.

Every hospital in Oregon is asked to submit data twice daily to Oregon’s Hospital Capacity Web System (HOSCAP). Hospital staff are asked to enter bed capacity information, by type, as well as the numbers of patients with suspected or confirmed COVID-19 illness who are currently hospitalized at the time of data entry. These data may conflict with hospitalization status in Orpheus due to case reporting and investigation lags and temporary discrepancies in case classification.

Notes:

  1. Because community transmission is occurring in Oregon and recommendations on social or physical 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 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.
  5. 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. Previous updates are posted on OHA’s COVID-19 News page.

 

Daily Update

Produced jointly by the Oregon Health Authority and the Oregon Office of Emergency Management, this update details the overall picture of the COVID-19 response across government agencies, including information on hospital capacity and PPE inventory.


Weekly Report

Produced weekly on Tuesdays by the the Oregon Health Authority, this report includes details on symptoms, risk factors, race and ethnicity, and long term care and senior living communities.


Projected COVID-19 Epidemic Trends and Health System Needs for Oregon

 

Governor’s Joint Task Force for Health Care Systems Response to COVID-19

The purpose of this task force is to provide guidance promoting a unified response to the COVID-19 outbreak throughout Oregon, creating a framework that will best support health care system preparedness and response.

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