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Coronavirus in Oregon: By the numbers

Here's more information about the people who tested positive for COVID-19, including where they live and their age range.

PORTLAND, Ore. — As more people test positive for the coronavirus COVID-19, the Oregon Health Authority has released more information about those people. 

As of Wednesday morning, there have been a total of 65 people in Oregon to test positive for COVID-19, according to OHA. Those positive tests are spread across 13 counties. 

There have been 1,248 people tested in Oregon, with 968 testing negative and 215 tests still pending.

Two people in Oregon who tested positive for COVID-19 have died. The first death was a 70-year-old man in Multnomah County with underlying health conditions, according to the Oregon Health Authority.

The second death was a Lane County woman in her 60s who tested positive for COVID-19 after her death. The medical examiner’s office will determine her official cause of death.

Latest numbers from the Oregon Health Authority

This story previously included stats for hospitalization and international travel, but the Oregon Health Authority is no longer releasing those numbers because commercial labs aren't tracking that information.

Here's more information about the people who have tested positive.

Where they live:

  • Benton County: 2
  • Clackamas County: 6
  • Deschutes County: 6
  • Douglas County: 1
  • Jackson County: 2
  • Klamath County: 1
  • Linn County: 15
  • Marion County: 4
  • Multnomah County: 3
  • Polk County: 1
  • Umatilla County: 2
  • Washington County: 21
  • Yamhill County: 1

Age:

  • 17 or younger: 3
  • 18 to 24: 4
  • 25 to 34: 1
  • 35 to 54: 15
  • 55 or older: 42

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