10 more COVID-19 deaths reported in Oregon Monday
Ten more Oregonians have died of COVID-19, raising the state’s death toll from the illness to 1,613, the Oregon Health Authority reported Monday. No new deaths were reported in Jackson County.
Oregon reported 939 new cases of the disease Monday, including 41 in Jackson County and 38 in Josephine County.
There were 409 people hospitalized with the disease statewide Monday, including 84 people in intensive care. Fifty of those hospitalized patients were in Jackson and Josephine counties, nine more than Sunday, including 12 in intensive care.
Forty-five of the two-county region’s 57 staffed adult ICU beds were occupied Monday, while 377 of the 445 staffed adult non-ICU beds were occupied.
OHA reported that 7,585 more doses of COVID-19 vaccines were administered Monday, raising the state’s vaccination total — a mix of first and second doses — to 104,595. As of Sunday, 3,803 Jackson County residents had received vaccinations.
To date, 270,800 doses of vaccine have been delivered to sites across the state.