Coronavirus in Oregon: 794 new cases, 3 deaths reported – OregonLive

Oregon authorities announced another 794 validated and presumed cases of the coronavirus in Oregon on Saturday, as well as three brand-new deaths.The newest numbers come after Gov. Kate Brown on Friday safeguarded her choice to enact “severe risk” COVID-19 constraints across 15 counties– incorporating almost 70% of Oregons population– saying acting now will end up preventing more misery as a 4th rise batters the state.” I was provided with data revealing 2 courses that Oregon could take: One in which we stood and took no extra action by while more individuals pass away from this illness,” Brown stated throughout a live-streamed news conference Friday. Who passed away: Oregons 2,496 th death is a 70-year-old Jackson County male who tested positive April 25 and died April 29 at Asante Rogue Regional Medical Center.Oregons 2,497 th death is a 43-year-old Linn County woman who checked favorable March 29 and passed away April 27 at Albany General Hospital.Oregons 2,498 th death is an 81-year-old Malheur County lady who evaluated positive Nov. 30 and passed away March 6 at her home.Each individual had underlying health conditions or state officials were working to figure out if the individual had underlying medical conditions.Hospitalizations: 331 individuals with confirmed cases of COVID-19 are hospitalized, down three from Friday.