SALEM, Ore. – Oregon Health Authority announced 50 new coronavirus cases Thursday.
Another person has died, as well. OHA said it was a 69-year-old Washington County woman who tested positive March 15 and died March 25 at Providence St. Vincent Medical Center. They said she had underlying medical conditions.
The new cases include 14 in Marion County, 12 in Multnomah County, eight in Washington County, five in Deschutes County, three in Polk County, two each in Josephine and Lane County, and one each in Clatsop, Linn, Tillamook and Wasco counties.
KEZI 9 News reported the two new Lane County cases on Wednesday. And Douglas County announced another case on Thursday that has not yet been included in the state count.
Including the latest Douglas County case, the state total is now 317. Eleven people have died.
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