Coronavirus in Oregon: 1,420 cases, 14 deaths – OregonLive

Oregon health authorities announced 1,420 coronavirus cases Friday and 14 deaths connected to COVID-19. A brand-new Oregon COVID-19 forecast shows that while hospitalizations will continue to decrease, that decline will be slower than it has actually remained in the weeks considering that hospitalizations peaked last month.Total beds filled with COVID-19 clients will be up to about 400– from the existing 513 now– by around Thanksgiving, according to the Oregon Health & & Science University analysis. The projections, assembled by OHSUs Peter Graven, are based in part on data indicating some Oregonians have actually begun collecting inside your home again.Where the new cases are by county: Baker (4 ), Benton (24 ), Clackamas (112 ), Clatsop (6 ), Columbia (23 ), Coos (20 ), Crook (18 ), Curry (1 ), Deschutes (109 ), Douglas (30 ), Harney (10 ), Hood River (6 ), Jackson (82 ), Jefferson (21 ), Josephine (33 ), Klamath (37 ), Lake (3 ), Lane (99 ), Lincoln (13 ), Linn (82 ), Malheur (25 ), Marion (178 ), Morrow (1 ), Multnomah (213 ), Polk (26 ), Sherman (4 ), Tillamook (10 ), Umatilla (29 ), Union (7 ), Wallowa (2 ), Wasco (14 ), Washington (140) and Yamhill (38 ). Who passed away: Oregons 4,359 th death linked to the coronavirus is an 89-year-old Jackson County woman who evaluated positive Sept. 8 and passed away Oct. 7 at Kingman Regional Medical Center, in Kingman, Arizona.The 4,360 th death is a 79-year-old Harney County male who evaluated positive Oct. 13 and died Oct. 27 at Harney District Hospital.Oregons 4,361 st death is a 70-year-old Douglas County man who evaluated favorable Sept. 14 and passed away Oct. 23 at Kaiser Permanente Sunnyside Medical Center.The 4,362 nd death is a 91-year-old Crook County guy who checked positive Oct. 18 and died Oct. 26 at St. Charles Bend Hospital.Oregons 4,363 rd death is a 56-year-old Crook County woman who evaluated positive Oct. 16 and died Oct. 26 at St. Charles Bend Hospital.The 4,364 th death is a 90-year-old Crook County male who evaluated positive Oct. 6 and died Oct. 17 at St. Charles Bend Hospital.Oregons 4,365 th death is a 65-year-old Crook County guy who checked positive Oct. 2 and passed away Oct. 21 at St. Charles Bend Hospital.The 4,366 th death is a 74-year-old Clackamas County man who evaluated favorable Oct. 21 and passed away Oct. 24 at Adventist Health Portland.Oregons 4,367 th death is a 47-year-old Jackson County guy who tested positive Oct. 18 and passed away Oct. 27 at Providence Medford Medical Center.The 4,368 th death is a 74-year-old Yamhill County male who tested positive Oct. 14 and died Oct. 28 at Willamette Valley Medical Center.Oregons 4,369 th death is a 53-year-old Tillamook County man who checked positive Oct. 27 and died Oct. 27 at Adventist Health Portland.The 4,370 th death is a 67-year-old Polk County lady who tested positive Oct. 6 and died Oct. 27 at Salem Hospital.Oregons 4,371 st death is a 67-year-old Polk County female who tested favorable Oct. 6 and passed away Oct. 27 at Salem Hospital.The 4,372 nd death is a 68-year-old Lincoln County male who tested favorable Oct. 18 and passed away Oct. 17 at his residence.Unless otherwise noted, all had hidden medical conditions or state authorities were validating whether they did.Hospitalizations: 513 people with verified cases of COVID-19 are hospitalized, down five from Thursday. That includes 133 individuals in extensive care, up 10 from Thursday.Vaccines: 2,990 individuals have actually been reported newly vaccinated since Thursday.Since it started: Oregon has actually reported 365,053 verified or presumed infections and 4,372 deaths, among the lowest per capita numbers in the nation. To date, the state has actually reported 5,499,691 vaccine dosages administered, fully vaccinating 2,609,287 people and partly immunizing 204,433 people.To see more patterns and data, visit https://projects.oregonlive.com/coronavirus/— Fedor Zarkhinfzarkhin@oregonian.com; 503-294-7674

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