WASHINGTON COUNTY, Ore. -- The Oregon Health Authority announced Sunday the second case of presumptive COVID-19, known as the coronavirus, in Oregon.
The second case is a Washington County resident who has had contact with the first person presumed to have the virus.
The second person did not require medical attention.
The individual was identified as a contact of the first person during the public health investigation. The individual now remains isolated at home.
This presumptive positive test result was one of nine total tests completed today by the Oregon State Public Health Laboratory.
Eight other tests were negative.
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