Four more COVID-19 cases reported in Jackson County
Oregon reported 299 new cases of COVID-19 and seven more deaths Tuesday, including four more cases in Jackson County.
Oregon has now seen 269 deaths and 15,139 cases of COVID-19.
Multnomah County reported 67 cases Tuesday, with 59 from Umatilla County, 40 from Marion County, 32 from Washington County, 18 from Malheur County, two from Josephine County and one from Klamath County.
Jackson County has now seen 247 cases of COVID-19, but no deaths have been reported here.
Jackson County Health and Human Services said 78 people here have “active infectious cases,” including four children younger than 10, six people from 10 to 19, 17 people in their 20s, five people in their 30s, 13 in their 40s, 12 in their 50s, nine in their 60s, four in their 70s and eight older than 80.
Two new hospitalizations have been recorded since Saturday, bringing the count to 22, which includes one person in their 30s, seven people in their 50s, three people in their 60s, four people in their 70s and seven people 80 or older.