SALEM, Ore. – One more person has died as a result of the pandemic, Oregon Health Authority reported Friday.
The death toll is now at 104 in the state, with the latest death in Multnomah County. A 73-year-old man tested positive April 14 and died April 29 at his home. OHA said he had underlying health conditions.
There are also 69 new cases, OHA said. This brings the state total to 2,579. Among the new cases are two in Benton, eight in Clackamas, one in Clatsop, one in Coos, one in Douglas, one in Josephine, one in Klamath, one in Linn, two in Malheur, 17 in Marion, two in Morrow, 13 in Multnomah, three in Polk, seven in Umatilla and nine in Washington.
OHA’s updated models show that state mitigation efforts are working to flatten the curve.