Oregon reports 2 more COVID-19 deaths, 336 new cases – KTVZ

Agency likewise fixes press conference information: 1 in 4 seniors have actually received vaccinations so far, not 1 in 3

OHA likewise reported 336 brand-new validated and presumptive cases of COVID-19 since 12:01 a.m. Friday, bringing the state total to 154,878.

SALEM, Ore. (KTVZ)– There are two brand-new COVID-19 associated deaths in Oregon, raising the states death toll to 2,206, the Oregon Health Authority reported Friday.

Vaccinations in Oregon

St. Charles Bend reported 14 COVID-19 patients since 4 a.m. Friday, two of whom were in the ICU, one on a ventilator.

The variety of hospitalized clients with COVID-19 throughout Oregon is 152, which is four less than Thursday. There are 34 COVID-19 patients in intensive care unit (ICU) beds, which is 4 less than Thursday.

More details about hospital capacity can be found here.

Oregon has actually now administered a cumulative total of 911,648 first and second dosages of COVID-19 vaccines. To date, 1,177,945 doses of vaccine have actually been delivered to sites across Oregon.

St. Charles Health System reported 24,561 COVID-19 vaccinations provided as of early Friday.

OHAs control panels offer regularly updated vaccination data, and Oregons control panel has actually been updated Friday.

The total variety of patients in medical facility beds may vary between report times. The numbers do not reflect admissions per day, nor the length of hospital stay. Staffing constraints are not caught in this information and might further restrict bed capacity.

COVID-19 hospitalizations

OHA reported that 30,594 brand-new doses of COVID-19 vaccinations were included Friday to the state immunization registry. Of this overall, 22,353 doses were administered on Thursday and 8,241 were administered on previous days however were participated in the vaccine computer system registry on Thursday.

Cumulative daily overalls can take a number of days to complete due to the fact that providers have 72 hours to report doses administered and technical obstacles have actually triggered lots of service providers to lag in their reporting. OHA has been providing technical support to vaccination sites to improve the timeliness of their data entry into the states ALERT Immunization Information System (IIS).

These information are initial and subject to change.

Cases and deaths

The new confirmed and presumptive COVID-19 cases reported Friday remain in the following counties: Baker (2 ), Benton (7 ), Clackamas (20 ), Columbia (5 ), Coos (15 ), Curry (8 ), Deschutes (17 ), Douglas (19 ), Harney (1 ), Hood River (1 ), Jackson (16 ), Jefferson (1 ), Josephine (14 ), Klamath (9 ), Lane (28 ), Linn (12 ), Malheur (2 ), Marion (38 ), Morrow (2 ), Multnomah (47 ), Polk (10 ), Tillamook (2 ), Umatilla (8 ), Union (6 ), Washington (38) and Yamhill (8 ).

Oregons 2,206 th COVID-19 death is a 55-year-old male in Umatilla County who checked favorable on Jan. 28 and passed away on Feb. 23 at Legacy Emanuel Medical. Existence of underlying conditions is being confirmed.

Oregons 2,205 th COVID-19 death is a 73-year-old man in Douglas County who tested favorable on Feb. 10 and died on Feb. 24 at Mercy Medical Center. He had underlying conditions.

Keep in mind: Due to a server mistake, a large volume of electronic laboratory reports (ELRs) were not processed up until after service hours Thursday. Fridays test counts include all ELRs got Thursday. Since regional health departments were not able to develop cases from positive ELRs that were received after hours, Case counts are lower than anticipated.

Discover more about COVID-19 vaccinations

The right portion is one in four, or 25%. OHA stated it “regrets this mistake.”

On Friday, OHA also provided updates on Oregons vaccination program and vaccination eligibility:

Vaccine eligibility will open to people 65 and older on March 1. We expect to have been assigned enough vaccines to immunize at least 75% of all elders by March 29, weeks ahead of our original timelines.The very first members of the general public will be qualified for the COVID vaccine no behind June 1 and remaining groups of the public on July 1.

A revised sequencing infographic highlights the updates (we have in our story on the press conference).

The overall number of clients in health center beds may change between report times. Note: Due to a server error, a large volume of electronic laboratory reports (ELRs) were not processed up until after company hours Thursday. Fridays test counts include all ELRs received Thursday. Case counts are lower than expected due to the fact that regional health departments were not able to produce cases from favorable ELRs that were gotten after hours.

To read more about the COVID-19 vaccine scenario in Oregon, see OHAs web page, which has a breakdown of circulation and other helpful details.

OHA stated it “regrets this mistake.”

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