New data shows 79.2% of new COVID cases among the unvaccinated
by: Tim Steele
Health centers continue to be nearly filled. There are 816 COVID clients hospitalized throughout the state, with 231 in the ICU. Just 10% of ICU beds are offered, and just 8% of non-ICU beds.
Up until now, there have actually been 25,347 COVID-19 vaccine breakthrough cases in Oregon, officials stated. That is a very little percentage of the 2.7 million Oregonians who have actually completed their vaccination series.
PORTLAND, Ore. (KOIN)– Another 20 individuals died from COVID-19, varying in age from 44 to 97, many of whom had underlying conditions, the Oregon Health Authority said Thursday.
A COVID client in the ICU (KOIN, file).
Of all the advancement cases, just 4.6% of people were hospitalized and less than 1% passed away. The typical age of immunized people who died was 80.5, authorities stated.
This brings the cumulative death toll in Oregon given that the pandemic started to 3791. Furthermore, another 1896 brand-new confirmed/presumptive cases were reported in all but among Oregons 36 counties. The overall total now stands at 330,054 cases.
COVID cases by county, September 30, 2021:.
New data released revealed 79.2% of the COVID cases in the week ending September 25 were amongst the unvaccinated.
Published: Sep 30, 2021/ 04:48 PM PDT
/ Updated: Sep 30, 2021/ 04:48 PM PDT
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Additionally, another 1896 new confirmed/presumptive cases were reported in all but one of Oregons 36 counties. The general total now stands at 330,054 cases.
Just 10% of ICU beds are offered, and just 8% of non-ICU beds.