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OHA reports 146 new cases

This brings the state total of cases to 7,083.

Posted: Jun 22, 2020 12:51 PM
Updated: Jun 22, 2020 4:06 PM

SALEM, Ore. – There are 146 new confirmed and presumptive coronavirus cases in the state, Oregon Health Authority said Monday.

This brings the state total of cases to 7,083.

The new cases include two in Benton, 15 in Clackamas, four in Deschutes, one in Douglas, one in Hood River, one in Jackson, one in Jefferson, four in Lane, six in Lincoln, 47 in Marion, one in Morrow, 17 in Multnomah, 11 in Umatilla, five in Union, one in Wasco, 27 in Washington and two in Yamhill.

On Monday, Lane County reported 11 new cases. The latest have yet to be added to OHA’s count.

Also, two more people have died, raising the death toll to 192.

A 68-year-old Lincoln County man died at his home on June 16 and tested positive the next day. He did not have underlying health conditions.

In Marion County, a 90-year-old woman tested positive June 18. More information about this coronavirus-related death is pending.

Oregon Coronavirus Cases

Data is updated nightly.

Cases: 156884

Reported Deaths: 2293
CountyCasesDeaths
Multnomah31996550
Washington21360217
Marion18600287
Clackamas13449190
Lane10357131
Jackson8543118
Umatilla770782
Deschutes601665
Yamhill379769
Linn361357
Malheur335858
Polk308545
Klamath280955
Douglas257455
Josephine239056
Benton236017
Jefferson197630
Coos157621
Union130519
Columbia127721
Wasco122126
Lincoln113720
Hood River107029
Morrow105014
Crook78118
Clatsop7796
Baker6739
Curry4366
Tillamook4262
Lake3836
Harney2776
Grant2301
Wallowa1445
Gilliam541
Sherman530
Wheeler221
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