Oregon's COVID-19 peak date is April 21 with 171 deaths, researchers say

The original peak date was early May but was updated after the institute saw new trends from aggressive social distancing measures and Gov. Kate Brown's Stay at Home order.

Posted: Apr 6, 2020 11:35 PM
Updated: Apr 7, 2020 10:51 AM

SEATTLE, Wa. -- The Institute for Health Metric Evaluations in Seattle updated its current peak date for the number of deaths per day for COVID-19 in Oregon to April 21.

This new date was determined after the IHME collected new data from the state. The original peak date was early May but updated after the institute saw new trends from aggressive social distancing measures and Gov. Kate Brown's Stay at Home order. 

The new data also predicts the number of coronavirus cases in Oregon will not overwhelm the medical care system. However, the data shows 171 COVID-19 deaths in the state through August. This is down from 560 deaths previously projected. The state will also see five deaths per day at the peak of the outbreak on April 21. 

The IHME follows and collects data on the pandemic on every state throughout the country. State leaders use their data to help paint a picture of the coronavirus in Oregon. 

A full link to the IHME data can be found here.

Oregon Coronavirus Cases

Data is updated nightly.

Confirmed Cases: 3967

Reported Deaths: 148
CountyConfirmedDeaths
Multnomah105258
Marion91425
Washington69817
Clackamas29610
Deschutes1200
Linn1159
Umatilla1123
Polk9610
Lane672
Yamhill667
Jackson600
Benton555
Clatsop450
Klamath410
Coos310
Malheur280
Josephine251
Douglas250
Jefferson240
Wasco181
Columbia160
Hood River120
Morrow120
Lincoln90
Tillamook60
Crook60
Curry60
Union60
Wallowa20
Sherman10
Grant10
Harney10
Baker10
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