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Coronavirus in Oregon: 10 deaths, 266 cases so far

OHA has released their daily numbers.

Posted: Mar 25, 2020 3:38 PM
Updated: Mar 25, 2020 5:08 PM

SALEM, Ore. – A total of 10 people have died and 266 have tested positive in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.

Oregon Health Authority reported 57 new cases and two additional deaths Wednesday.

One of the deaths related to coronavirus is an 80-year-old Clackamas County woman who tested positive March 23 and died the next day at Legacy Mt. Hood Medical Center. OHA said she had underlying medical conditions.

The other recent death is a 73-year-old Marion County woman who tested positive March 22 and died the next day at Salem Hospital. They said she also had underlying medical conditions.

Among the new cases are ones KEZI 9 News has already reported, including two new cases in Douglas County, one in Lane County and two in Benton County.

The other new cases include 20 in Washington County, 11 in Marion County, eight in Multnomah County, five in Linn County, four in Clackamas County and one each in Jackson, Josephine, Lincoln and Yamhill counties.

Oregon Coronavirus Cases

Data is updated nightly.

Cases: 135973

Reported Deaths: 1843
CountyCasesDeaths
Multnomah28796460
Washington18973176
Marion16475242
Clackamas11866139
Lane8564113
Jackson704390
Umatilla689071
Deschutes510339
Yamhill325447
Malheur318253
Linn317049
Polk251040
Klamath248844
Josephine180535
Benton176914
Douglas173143
Jefferson171825
Union113116
Wasco110223
Columbia105518
Lincoln101517
Hood River96921
Coos96215
Morrow95510
Clatsop6995
Crook63111
Baker5805
Tillamook3682
Curry3235
Lake2375
Grant2131
Harney1794
Wallowa983
Gilliam521
Sherman470
Wheeler201
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