Coronavirus in Oregon: 763 cases, 5 deaths as governor eases restrictions for gyms, theaters – OregonLive

The Oregon Health Authority on Thursday reported 5 COVID-19 deaths and 763 coronavirus cases.Daily cases have decreased somewhat over the previous week and the variety of people hospitalized with COVID-19 has likewise fallen from a current spring peak.Gov. Kate Brown on Thursday revealed changes to capability limitations in gyms and theaters. Twenty-four counties in Oregon, consisting of Multnomah, Washington and Clackamas counties, are under “high-risk” limitations that faced nuanced tweaks.Gyms and theaters in high-risk locations can now have an optimum indoor tenancy of 10% capability or 50 people, whichever is larger. Thats a shift from the old guidelines, which set maximum indoor occupancy at 25% capacity or 50 individuals, whichever was smaller.Although specifics will differ by organization, the modifications generally will allow more individuals inside.Vaccines: Oregon reported 36,259 freshly administered doses, that includes 23,539 Wednesday and the remainder from previous days.Where the new cases are by county: Baker (12 ), Benton (14 ), Clackamas (38 ), Clatsop (3 ), Columbia (9 ), Coos (3 ), Crook (14 ), Curry (4 ), Deschutes (95 ), Douglas (13 ), Grant (3 ), Harney (1 ), Hood River (2 ), Jackson (38 ), Jefferson (4 ), Josephine (9 ), KIamath (31 ), Lake (1 ), Lane (70 ), Lincoln (2 ), Linn (42 ), Malheur (5 ), Marion (72 ), Morrow (1 ), Multnomah (115 ), Polk (20 ), Tillamook (1 ), Umatilla (9 ), Union (1 ), Wallowa (2 ), Wasco (2 ), Washington (107) and Yamhill (20 ). Who died: Oregons 2,510 th death connected to COVID-19 is a 69-year-old Josephine County female who tested favorable April 4 and passed away April 30 at her residence.The 2,511 th death is a 91-year-old Jackson County female who evaluated positive April 28 and died May 4 at Providence Medford Medical Center.Oregons 2,512 th death is a 50-year-old Klamath County man who evaluated positive April 20 and passed away May 4 at Sky Lakes Medical Center.The 2,513 rd death is a 63-year-old Linn County guy who evaluated positive April 15 and died May 3 at Salem Hospital.Oregons 2,514 th death is a 68-year-old Marion County man who checked positive April 20 and passed away May 4 at Salem Hospital.Each individual had underlying health conditions or state officials were confirming if the individual had underlying conditions.Hospitalizations: 328 individuals with confirmed cases of COVID-19 are hospitalized, down two from Wednesday. That consists of 90 people in intensive care, up seven from Tuesday.Since it started: Oregon has reported 189,162 validated or presumed infections and 2,514 deaths, amongst the most affordable per capita numbers in the nation. To date, the state has reported 3,159,283 vaccine dosages administered, totally immunizing 1,353,250 people and partly immunizing 548,994 people.To see more data and trends, check out https://projects.oregonlive.com/coronavirus/– Brad Schmidt; bschmidt@oregonian.com; 503-294-7628; @_brad_schmidt