SALEM, Ore. – Oregon Health Authority reported 344 new confirmed and presumptive coronavirus cases on Friday.
This is second only to Thursday’s record total of 375.
Friday’s new cases bring the state total to 9,636.
They include seven in Benton, 22 in Clackamas, one in Clatsop, three in Columbia, one in Coos, one in Crook, nine in Deschutes, one in Douglas, nine in Jackson, five in Jefferson, three in Josephine, two in Klamath, one in Lake, 16 in Lane, 18 in Lincoln, two in Linn, 20 in Malheur, 32 in Marion, 10 in Morrow, 59 in Multnomah, five in Polk, one in Sherman, one in Tillamook, 49 at Umatilla, eight in Union, 10 in Wasco, 46 in Washington and one in Yamhill.
There are no new deaths.
Eight counties will be on a COVID-19 watch list for the Fourth of July Holiday. Read more here.
See the data chart below from OHA for more information about transmission between mid-June to early July. The data shows which counties are seeing the highest rate of transmission. The sporadic case rate is the rate of transmission of cases that are not traced to a known location, case, or cluster. This means the virus is spreading uncontained, OHA said.