Portland — COVID-19 claimed two lives in Oregon, an increase in mortality of the state 273, the Department of health Oregon reported at 12:01 a.m. on Thursday.
Health service of Oregon have also reported 331 new confirmed and presumptive cases COVID-19 Thursday, the result of the state final to 15,713.
New cases for the following counties: in Clackamas (18), Colombia (3), Coos (3) crook (1), objects (18), Douglas (13), hood river (1), Jackson (8) Jefferson (3), Josephine (3), Oregon (13), lake (1), lane (12), Lincoln (5), Lin (3), malheur Park (10) Marion (39), morrow (4), Multnomah (77), Polk (13), Tillamook (1), Umatilla (39), Vasco (6), Washington (33), and Yamhill (4).
272nd COVID-19 Oregon’s death-is a 74-year-old man in Umatilla County, which gave a positive result on 29 June and died July 16, in good health system shepherd care. It had underlying conditions.
Oregon at 273 th COVID-19 the death of 79-year-old woman in Marion County who tested positive on July 8, and died July 21 in Salem hospital. It is the underlying conditions.
A new simulation shows, you need to stay the course
OHA Today’s updated Bi-weekly report about the simulation shows the different trajectories for COVID-19.
The simulation represents three scenarios:
• If the current rate of transmission continues, a new daily cases will continue to grow over the next four weeks about 1600 cases per day Aug. 13, with 27 hospitalizations.
• If transmission has decreased by 10 percentage points from the current price, the estimated number of new cases will decrease over time up to 600 cases per day Aug. 13 With 17 hospitalizations.
• And finally, a pessimistic scenario in which the transmission increases by 10 percentage points from the current price, shows 2300 new daily infections Aug. 13 46 hospitalizations.
Projections indicate the need for Oregon to continue to wear the face, six feet from each other and limit the size of social gatherings to re-adjust the curve. These actions, along with recent actions by the Governor, Kate brown, will make a difference in the course COVID-19 in the state.
Be aware COVID-19:
Response Oregon: the Department of health Oregon state and Oregon emergency Management to lead the state response.
Response U.S. Centers for control and prevention of diseases leads to the reaction of the United States.
Global response: the world Health Organization directs the global response.