SALEM, Ore. – There are 114 new confirmed and presumptive cases of coronavirus in the state, Oregon Health Authority said Monday.
This brings the state total to 4,922.
Among the new cases are 13 in Clackamas, three in Hood River, one in Jefferson, one in Klamath, one in Lane, 61 in Lincoln, eight in Marion, 16 in Multnomah, eight in Umatilla, and two in Washington.
The high number in Lincoln County is related to an outbreak at Pacific Seafood. More details are to come, OHA said.
The state is also tracking an outbreak of seven cases at Chaucer Foods in Washington County. Officials said it started May 31. They are working to address the outbreak.
A case reported in Deschutes County has been determined to not be a case.
No new deaths have been reported.