Multi-state server blackout stalls vaccination information updates
PORTLAND, Ore. (KTVZ)– There are 22 brand-new COVID-19 associated deaths in Oregon, raising the states death toll to 2,346, the Oregon Health Authority reported Tuesday.
Keep in mind: Due to a hold-up in lab reporting, OHA received a big amount of around 9,000 negative electronic laboratory outcomes (ELRs) on March 15. The tests are from Aug. 1, 2020 through March 10, 2021. As an outcome, day-to-day ELR totals are higher than normal for March 15 and percent positivity is lower than expected.
OHA also reported 267 new verified and presumptive cases of COVID-19 since 12:01 a.m. Tuesday, bringing the state total to 160,050.
Vaccinations in Oregon
To date, 1,731,755 doses have actually been delivered to sites reporting to ALERT IIS. Please see the daily media release from March 15 for the last update on vaccination information.
OHA can not supply updates for freshly administered 2nd and very first dosages or cumulative dosages administered due to a server blackout that affected the ALERT Immunization Information System (IIS) in Oregon and 4 other jurisdictions. This multi-state blackout affected the capability of suppliers to submit administered vaccine dosages, and Oregons data overalls may be impacted in coming days as service providers catch up in data entry.
These information are subject and initial to alter. OHAs dashboards offer frequently updated vaccination information.
St. Charles Bend reported eight COVID-19 clients as of 4 a.m. Tuesday, one in the ICU and on a ventilator.
More details about healthcare facility capability can be found here.
The number of hospitalized clients with COVID-19 throughout Oregon is 119, which is one more than Monday. There are 25 COVID-19 clients in extensive care unit (ICU) beds, which is two more than Monday.
The total variety of clients in medical facility beds might vary between report times. The numbers do not reflect admissions each day, nor the length of hospital stay. Staffing constraints are not recorded in this information and might even more limit bed capacity.
St. Charles Health System reported 32,507 COVID-19 vaccinations offered as of early Tuesday.
Cases and deaths
The brand-new verified and presumptive COVID-19 cases reported Tuesday remain in the following counties: Benton (3 ), Clackamas (28 ), Coos (3 ), Crook (2 ), Curry (5 ), Deschutes (15 ), Douglas (13 ), Harney (1 ), Jackson (18 ), Jefferson (2 ), Josephine (13 ), Klamath (7 ), Lake (2 ), Lane (12 ), Lincoln (3 ), Linn (5 ), Marion (34 ), Multnomah (50 ), Polk (4 ), Tillamook (3 ), Umatilla (18 ), Union (3 ), Wasco (1 ), Washington (20) and Yamhill (2 ).
Keep in mind: Details of Tuesdays reported deaths will be published later.
OHA introduces blog
On Tuesday, OHA introduced a new blog site, which features stories and details about COVID-19 vaccines in Oregon. It is another location to check out and share a few of the content from the Oregon Coronavirus Update newsletter. You can find it on the vaccine page at covidvaccine.oregon.gov or at covidblog.oregon.gov.
Find out more about COVID-19 vaccinations
On Tuesday, OHA launched a new blog, which features stories and details about COVID-19 vaccines in Oregon.
Note: Due to a hold-up in lab reporting, OHA got a big quantity of roughly 9,000 unfavorable electronic lab results (ELRs) on March 15. As an outcome, daily ELR overalls are higher than usual for March 15 and percent positivity is lower than anticipated.
To get more information about the COVID-19 vaccine situation in Oregon, visit OHAs websites, which has a breakdown of circulation and other helpful info.
The overall number of patients in medical facility beds might change between report times. Staffing restrictions are not captured in this information and may further restrict bed capability.