EUGENE, Ore. – Douglas County officials reported three new coronavirus cases on Wednesday.
The new cases bring the county’s total to 23. Eight of those cases have recovered.
There have been 575 negative tests.
Officials are working to identify those who had contact with the new cases.
Douglas County will be holding another drive-through testing clinic on April 17 in Roseburg. Patients must be identified by their health care provider, who can sign them up to be tested.
Meanwhile, in Lane County, there is one new case as of Wednesday morning.
The newest case in the county is a woman in her 50s who lives in a private residence in the Eugene-Springfield area. She is medically stable at home.
This makes 45 positive test results for county residents. At least 1,643 residents have been tested in the county.