(Update: Add weekly report, more records)
A 77-year-old man is the sixth death of Crook County; New cases include 40 in Deshutes County, 6 in Crook County, 15 in Jefferson County
PORTLAND, Oregon. (KTVZ) – COVID-19 claimed 10 more lives in Oregon, raising the state’s deaths to 788, along with nearly 1,100 new cases and a record number of hospitalizations, the Oregon Health Service said on Wednesday. started.
OHA reported 1,099 new confirmed and suspected cases of COVID-19 at 12:01 a.m. Wednesday, resulting in a total of 59,669 cases, along with 917,181 negative test results.
The new cases reported on Wednesday are in the following counties: Baker (9), Benton (13), Clackamas (82), Clatsop (4), Columbia (6), Coos (5), Crook (6), Curry (3) ), Deschutes (40), Douglas (33), Gilliam (2), Grant (6), Harney (3), Hood River (1
Crook County had 174 cases of COVID-19, six deaths and 3745 negative test results. Deschutes County had 1,751 cases, 14 deaths and 44,941 negative test results. Jefferson County had 728 cases, 11 deaths and 6,367 negative test results.
As of Wednesday morning, the St. Charles health system reported 12 patients with COVID-19, three of whom were in the intensive care unit, none on a ventilator.
Oregon’s 779th death from COVID-19 was a 65-year-old woman in Yamhill County who tested positive on Nov. 12 and died Nov. 14 at Willamette Valley Medical Center. She had basic conditions.
The 780th death of COVID0-19 from Oregon is a 75-year-old woman in Multnoma County who received a positive result on November 11 and died on November 15 at Legacy Mount Hood Medical Center. The existence of the basic conditions is confirmed.
The 781st death of Oregon’s COVID-19 was a 92-year-old man who tested positive on Oct. 16 and died Nov. 8 at OHSU. The existence of the basic conditions is confirmed.
The 782nd death of Oregon’s COVID-19 was an 86-year-old man in Douglas County who tested positive on Nov. 10 and died on Nov. 17. The place of death and the presence of the underlying conditions are confirmed.
The 783rd death of COVID-19 in Oregon was an 80-year-old man in Multnoma County who tested positive on Sept. 20 and died on Nov. 15. The place of death is confirmed. He had basic conditions.
The 784th death of COVID-19 in Oregon was a 77-year-old man in Crook County who received a positive result on November 3 and died on November 17. The place of death is confirmed. He had basic conditions.
Oregon’s 785th death of COVID-19 was an 85-year-old woman in Washington County who tested positive on Nov. 9 and died Nov. 17. The place of death and the presence of the underlying conditions are confirmed.
The 786th death of COVID-19 in Oregon was an 84-year-old woman in Jackson County who received a positive result on October 30 and died on November 12 at her residence. She had basic conditions.
The 787th death of Oregon’s COVID-19 was an 86-year-old man from Washington County who tested positive on Nov. 2 and died Nov. 15 at Tuality Community Hospital. He had basic conditions.
The 788th death of Oregon’s COVID-19 was a 76-year-old man in Lane County who tested positive on Oct. 22 and died Nov. 17 at McKenzie Willamette Medical Center. The existence of the basic conditions is confirmed.
COVID-19 hospitalizations continue to rise
The number of hospitalized patients with COVID-19 in Oregon rose to 406 today, setting a new pandemic record. The largest increases are in Region 1, which includes the Portland metropolitan area, and in Region 2, which includes the Willamette Valley, and in Region 5, which covers Jackson and Josephine counties.
There are 94 patients with COVID-19 in intensive care beds (ICU), two less than yesterday. More information about the hospital capacity can be found here.
Weekly cases and hospitalizations at record high levels
The OHA weekly report on COVID-19, published today, identifies high levels of pandemic for daily cases and hospitalizations.
OHA reported 6,491 new daily cases during the week of Monday, Nov. 9 through Sunday, Nov. 15, up 25 percent from the previous record high.
The percentage of positive tests for COVD-19 increased to 12.5% from 11.9%, even with an increase in the number of people tested.
COVID-19 weekly hospitalizations rose to 291, the highest ever reported in a pandemic.
There were fewer COVID-19-related deaths, 31 than the previous week’s record of 42.
People aged 20 to 49 account for 51% of cases, while people aged 70 and over account for 75% of deaths.
Note: This week’s report includes a report on people with intellectual disabilities and developmental disabilities who have been diagnosed with COVID-19. This includes people living in common or common conditions.
To date, there are 5 people with intellectual disabilities or developmental disabilities who have died from a COVID-19-related disease.
This amount comes from matching lists of clients from the State Disability Service for Development Services and the COVID-19 database.
These reports will be published quarterly. More information can be found here.
Be informed about COVID-19:
Oregon Response: The Oregon Health Authority is responding to the state.
United States Response: The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is leading the US response.
Global response: The World Health Organization is leading the global response.