The state of Oregon has surpassed another forbidding milestone as more than 200,000 citizens of the state have now tested positive for COVID-19 since the last year.On Thursday, the Oregon Health Authority had reported that 433 new and presumptive cases of COVID-19 had been confirmed lately.
Along with the fresh new cases, there have now been 200,210 confirmed and likely cases of the novel coronavirus in Oregon since the start of the pandemic. Moreover, there have been more than 4.8 million cases that have tested negative in the state.The Oregon Health Authority has also reported that 21 new deaths are linked to the coronavirus, as confirmed on Thursday. This has raised the state’s death toll to a total of 2,660.
The details about the reported deaths are likely to be released at a far along time, as reported by the OHA.On Thursday, there were 256 patients hospitalized with COVID-19 in Oregon. It is now down to 17 patients from the previous day. Out of those, 68 were forbidden to ICU beds, which is nine lesser than it was on Wednesday.
Oregon has now gathered a total of 2,154,797 first and second doses of Pfizer, 1,572,083 first and second doses of Moderna, and 138,588 single doses of Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccines. As reported on Thursday, OHA had confirmed that 1,790,838 people are now complete with the COVID-19 vaccine series. There are 2,206,455 people who are now done with at least one dose.