No COVID-19 deaths reported in Oregon Friday
The Oregon Health Authority reported 308 new cases of COVID-19 statewide Friday — but no new deaths.
Jackson County reported 21 new cases of the illness Friday, increasing the county’s cumulative total to 11,400 cases.
Josephine County reported three new cases, bringing its total to 3,521.
Oregon has reported 204,611 cases since the pandemic began, with 2,716 deaths. Jackson and Josephine counties have reported 146 and 72 deaths, respectively.
On Friday, 169 people in Oregon were hospitalized with the illness, four fewer than Thursday, with 40 people in intensive care, one fewer than Thursday.
Seven people were hospitalized with COVID-19 in Jackson and Josephine counties Friday, one fewer than Thursday, with one patient in ICU, two fewer than Thursday.
As of Friday, 2,007,367 Oregonians had finished their vaccination series, and 302,686 others had received one shot in a two-dose regimen.
Of Oregonians 16 and older, 64% have received at least one dose — 56.5% have completed their series, and 7.5% have received one of two doses.
In Jackson County, 85,389 people have completed their vaccine series, and 11,501 have received one of two doses. Of the county’s 16 or older population, 51.3% have received at least one dose, with 45.7% completing their series and 5.6% having received one of two doses.
In Josephine County, 29,966 people had completed their vaccine series as of Friday, and 3,554 had received one of two doses. Of the county’s population that is 16 or older, 45.2% had received at least one dose, with 40.8% completing their series and 4.4% receiving one of two doses.