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Oregon health officials release more information about 3 people who tested positive for coronavirus

The Oregon Health Authority released the age range, gender, hospital status and conditions of the three people.

PORTLAND, Ore. — The Oregon Health Authority, after consulting with the state Department of Justice, released more information Friday about the three people who tested positive for COVID-19.

OHA released the age range, gender, hospital status and conditions of the three people. Health officials said they’re releasing the information because of “intense public interest” in the coronavirus.

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First positive case:

This person, who lives in Washington County and works at Forest Hills Elementary School in Lake Oswego, is a man between 40-50 years old. He remains hospitalized and his condition is unavailable, OHA said.

Second positive case:

This person, a woman between 40-50 years old, was a household contact of the first person who tested positive for the virus. She is not hospitalized and is recovering from her illness.

Third positive case:

This person, who lives in Umatilla County and works at Wildhorse Resort and Casino in Pendleton, is a man between 60-70 years old. His status is currently unavailable, OHA said.

As of Friday morning, 95 people have been tested for COVID-19 in Oregon. Sixty-four tests have come back negative and officials are awaiting results on 28 tests.

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