Oregon Friday report: 63 new COVID cases, 0 deaths


Nearly 90,000 Oregonians tested so far

PORTLAND, Ore. (KOIN) — Another 63 confirmed cases of COVID-19 were reported Friday in Oregon, with one more case presumed positive. However, no deaths were reported in the latest tally from Oregon health officials.

As of Friday, the total number of positive cases in Oregon stands at 3470, with 137 deaths.

The split percentages among confirmed cases remains relatively steady: 53% of cases are women, 47% men.

Overall, 89,444 people have been tested in Oregon.

Meanwhile, in Washington, the state Department of Health has reported that a total of 17,951 cases of the coronavirus have been diagnosed. The state’s death toll neared 1,000 on Friday, with 992 lives lost to the virus.

Of those cases, Clark County accounts for 401 COVID-19 cases and 24 deaths. Cowlitz County still has not reported a single death related to the virus and has 68 cases.

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