SALEM, Ore. – The number of Oregon cases has reached 736, Oregon Health Authority said.
One new death was announced Wednesday. Officials said the case was a 70-year-old woman in Multnomah County. She tested positive March 27 and died March 29 at her home. OHA said she had underlying health conditions.
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OHA added 47 new cases to their daily count, including some local cases KEZI 9 News reported on Tuesday. They include:
- Benton: 1
- Clackamas: 6
- Deschutes: 3
- Douglas: 1
- Jackson: 1
- Lane: 2
- Lincoln: 1
- Marion: 10
- Multnomah: 18
- Washington: 3
- Yamhill: 1.
The Hood River case OHA reported Tuesday has since been determined to involve a resident from a different state.