Oregon reports 761 new COVID-19 cases, highest daily total since early February – KGW.com

PORTLAND, Ore.– The Oregon Health Authority (OHA) on Saturday reported 761 new COVID-19 cases, the highest everyday total because early February. There were no extra deaths attributed to the virus..
Health officials said there have actually been 170,085 cases in Oregon given that the start of the pandemic, consisting of 2,440 deaths. The last time the state reported more than 700 cases in a day was on Feb. 5, when 846 cases were reported.
On Saturday, Multnomah County reported the most cases with 132, followed by Washington County with 98. Heres a county-by-county breakdown:.
Baker (6 ), Benton (9 ), Clackamas (82 ), Columbia (16 ), Coos (4 ), Crook (8 ), Curry (1 ), Deschutes (74 ), Douglas (9 ), Grant (3 ), Harney (1 ), Hood River (4 ), Jackson (57 ), Jefferson (2 ), Josephine (20 ), Klamath (48 ), Lane (67 ), Lincoln (4 ), Linn (17 ), Malheur (3 ), Marion (57 ), Multnomah (132 ), Polk (11 ), Tillamook (6 ), Umatilla (3 ), Union (4 ), Wasco (6 ), Washington (98 ), Yamhill (9 ).
Oregon has actually administered another 54,790 dosages of the COVID-19 vaccines, OHA said Saturday. The seven-day running average is now 37,239 dosages per day.
An overall of 1,139,331 doses of Pfizer, 1,012,176 dosages of Moderna and 72,833 dosages of Johnson & & Johnson COVID vaccines have actually been administered in the state..
More than 885,000 Oregonians are fully vaccinated, and more than 1,400,000 have actually gotten at least one dose..
There are 170 COVID patients hospitalized in Oregon, which is 12 more than Friday. Forty-six COVID patients in extensive care unit (ICU) beds, 7 more than Friday..

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