PORTLAND, Ore. – Oregon Health Authority reported 282 new confirmed and presumptive cases of coronavirus on Wednesday.
This brings the state total to 13,081.
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The new cases include one in Baker, one in Benton, 24 in Clackamas, two in Columbia, two in Coos, one in Crook, 12 in Deschutes, four in Douglas, nine in Jackson, two in Jefferson, one in Josephine, one in Klamath, nine in Lane, two in Lincoln, two in Linn, 15 in Malheur, 38 in Marion, three in Morrow, 59 in Multnomah, four in Polk, one in Tillamook, 27 in Umatilla, four in Union, two in Wasco, 50 in Washington, and six in Yamhill.
Four deaths have been added to the toll bringing it to 247.
A 63-year-old Deschutes County man, 61-year-old Multnomah County man, 85-year-old Multnomah County woman, and a 61-year-old Douglas County woman have died. OHA said they all had underlying conditions.
Douglas County reported the death on July 13. The resident had traveled to Texas where they tested positive and were being treated.
The death toll has been adjusted upon realization that a 71-year-old Multnomah County woman’s death was mistakenly reported twice, once on May 7 and once on May 8, OHA said.