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10 more COVID-19 deaths reported in Oregon

The Oregon Health Authority reported 10 more COVID-19 deaths Wednesday, raising the state’s death toll to 1,991.

Jackson County reported one death, a 94-year-old woman who tested positive Jan. 4 and died Jan. 31 at her home. She had underlying medical conditions. Her death raised Jackson County’s death toll to 104.

OHA reported 649 new cases of the illness Wednesday, raising Oregon’s total to 144,605 cases.

Jackson County reported 41 new cases, raising the local total to 7,597.

Josephine County had 22 news cases, raising the county’s total to 2,033.

There were 266 Oregonians hospitalized with COVID-19 Wednesday, four more than Tuesday, with 63 in intensive care, two more than Tuesday.

In Jackson and Josephine counties, 29 people were hospitalized with COVID-19, seven more than Tuesday, with nine in intensive care, three more than Tuesday.

In Oregon, 96,876 people were considered fully vaccinated against COVID-19 Wednesday, plus 272,817 who had received their first dose.

In Jackson County, 3,387 people had been fully vaccinated, while 15,165 had received their first dose.

Josephine County reported 872 residents who have been fully vaccinated, and 4,684 who have received the first dose.