Coronavirus in Oregon: 370 new cases, 10 deaths – OregonLive

Oregon health authorities revealed 370 brand-new coronavirus cases Thursday and 10 newly reported deaths.Gov. Kate Brown is planning to hold an interview Friday at 11 a.m. to talk about the state of the pandemic and the vaccine drive in Oregon, where fewer than 100,000 Oregonians need to start the vaccination procedure for Brown to lift pandemic restrictions.But demand for vaccines has been waning despite an oversupply of dosages, including the upcoming wastage of 120,000 Johnson & & Johnson vaccine doses. Thats the number of dosages of the vaccine will soon expire and, at existing vaccination rates, will likely remain unused prior to then.Oregon is now on pace to a minimum of partly vaccinate 70% of the population June 28. That date fell backward Thursday because the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention listed just 210 newly immunized Oregonians.The Oregon Health Authority said it is working to determine why the federal vaccination figures altered only minimally and promised a more total description Friday. The state utilizes the federal numbers for Oregon in its tracking toward the 70% limit for raising restrictions.SEE STATE AND COUNTY COVID-19 TRENDSVaccines: Oregon reported 27,113 newly administered dosages, which includes 11,182 Wednesday and the rest from previous days.Where the new cases are by county: Baker (1 ), Benton (8 ), Clackamas (30 ), Clatsop (1 ), Columbia (4 ), Coos (2 ), Crook (11 ), Deschutes (85 ), Douglas (17 ), Harney (1 ), Hood River (4 ), Jackson (15 ), Jefferson (1 ), Josephine (8 ), Klamath (10 ), Lane (23 ), Linn (11 ), Malheur (2 ), Marion (35 ), Multnomah (59 ), Polk (7 ), Umatilla (8 ), Union (1 ), Washington (22) and Yamhill (4 ). Who died: The state did not instantly release details about the 10 individuals who died. This post will be upgraded when that details is available.Hospitalizations: 173 individuals with validated cases of COVID-19 are hospitalized, up 9 from Wednesday. That includes 41 people in extensive care, up 5 from Wednesday.Since it began: Oregon has actually reported 204,291 confirmed or presumed infections and 2,726 deaths, among the most affordable per capita numbers in the country. To date, the state has actually reported 4,152,140 vaccine dosages administered, completely vaccinating 1,991,717 individuals and partially vaccinating 311,768 people.– Fedor Zarkhin