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PORTLAND, OR (KPTV) - The Oregon Health Authority reported two additional deaths and 272 new COVID-19 cases statewide on Monday.

The latest update brings the state’s total confirmed and presumptive cases of the coronavirus to 19,366. There have been 397,765 negative tests in Oregon, according to OHA.

The state’s death toll reached 328 on Monday. The two new deaths were a 71-year-old man in Marion County who tested positive July 6 and died Aug. 1, and a 50-year-old man in Multnomah County who tested positive July 20 and died July 29.

The Marion County man’s place of death is still being confirmed. He had underlying medical conditions, according to health officials.

The Multnomah County man died at the hospital. It is still being confirmed if he had underlying medical conditions.

The newest cases reported Monday were in the following counties:

  • Baker, 3
  • Benton, 2
  • Clackamas, 21
  • Clatsop, 2
  • Coos, 1
  • Deschutes, 3
  • Douglas, 2
  • Jackson, 9
  • Jefferson, 1
  • Josephine, 2
  • Klamath, 2
  • Lane, 5
  • Lincoln, 4
  • Linn, 6
  • Malheur, 3
  • Marion, 27
  • Morrow, 1
  • Multnomah, 49
  • Polk, 7
  • Sherman, 1
  • Tillamook, 2
  • Umatilla, 64
  • Wasco, 9
  • Washington, 19
  • Yamhill, 27

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*This story was updated with a corrected date for one of the people who died. 

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(6) comments


Trying to get bailout money that Pelosi is promising failed liberal cities lololol

Roberto Estrello Demar

If it kills me, DON't write it up! Just leave it alone, for Pete's sake!


My question is out of the almost 400,000 cases that have been negative, what is the percentage of people that have been tested multiple times for either their job, having to go in for a procedure, etc.....?

Frederick Fukov

Look at Multnomah County, leading the way in covid cases, riots, and low IQ voters.


How do you test positive on July 6 and die on July 1?

Native Born

Easy mistake we have done. the final date was August 1st according to article. Worried to see that our county, Yamhill, has growing #`s of cases. We have read elsewhere that our local hospital here in McMinnville has staff that are increasingly tired & short handed due to this virus & its effects.

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