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OHA: 275 new cases, 2 deaths

The Oregon Health Authority reported 275 new cases of coronavirus and 2 deaths Friday, bringing the state's death toll to 232.

Posted: Jul 10, 2020 12:45 PM
Updated: Jul 10, 2020 12:47 PM

PORTLAND, Ore. -- The Oregon Health Authority reported 275 new cases of coronavirus and two deaths Friday, bringing the state's death toll to 232.

In our viewing area, OHA said there were 10 new cases in Lane County, three new cases in Linn County, six new cases in Benton County, two new cases in Douglas county, and zero new cases in Coos County.

The new cases also include 11 in Clackamas, one in Baker, one in Crook, eight in Deschutes, four in Hood River, nine in Jackson, 15 in Jefferson, two in Josephine, 21 in Malheur, 28 in Marion, three in Morrow, 37 in Multnomah, three in Polk, one in Tillamook, 51 in Umatilla, one in Union, one in Wallowa, five in Wasco, 44 in Washington and eight in Yamhill.

The state's total is now 11,454.

According to OHA, the deaths included an 62-year-old Union County man, and a 99-year-old woman from Lincoln County -- both had underlying conditions.

Oregon Coronavirus Cases

Data is updated nightly.

Confirmed Cases: 20224

Reported Deaths: 339
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Multnomah465393
Washington294324
Marion278968
Umatilla216726
Clackamas148438
Malheur73412
Deschutes5678
Lane5523
Jackson4371
Yamhill41312
Lincoln4119
Union3922
Jefferson3413
Morrow3293
Polk30112
Linn26510
Klamath2001
Hood River1780
Wasco1783
Benton1616
Douglas1451
Josephine1102
Columbia900
Coos900
Clatsop830
Crook431
Baker370
Tillamook340
Lake320
Wallowa191
Sherman150
Curry140
Harney100
Gilliam40
Grant30
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