PORTLAND, Ore. — Cases of COVID-19 began showing up in the United States in January of this year. The first case in Oregon was reported on Feb. 28.
We've been posting a daily blog to track the changes in Oregon and Southwest Washington as we get them. CLICK HERE TO SEE THE LATEST UPDATES
BY THE NUMBERS
As of Friday afternoon:
- Oregon: 885 deaths, 4,343 hospitalizations, 70,832 cases, 1,028,119 tests, 960,604 negative tests Latest Oregon numbers
- Washington: 2,704 deaths, 10,242 hospitalizations, 153,906 cases Latest Washington numbers
- United States: 264,163 deaths, 12,982,155 cases Latest U.S. numbers
- World: 1,439,655 deaths, 61,403,420 cases Latest global numbers
Note: Washington's numbers are as of Tuesday because that was the last time the state updated its website.
INTERACTIVE: Oregon coronavirus map
- The Oregon Health Authority (OHA) reported 826 new confirmed and presumptive cases of COVID-19 on Friday. There have been 70,832 known cases of the virus in Oregon. The OHA also reported that three more Oregonians died due to COVID-19, raising the state's death toll to 885.
- With many foregoing the family get-together to help slow the rapid spread of the coronavirus, this Thanksgiving looked and felt unusual. KGW caught up with several families to see what they were doing to make the most of the holiday. Learn more
- The Oregon Health Authority (OHA) reported 1,514 new cases on Thursday, bringing the state's number of known cases to 70,006. The OHA also reported 15 more deaths on Thursday, raising the state's death toll to 882. Learn more
INTERACTIVE: COVID-19 Cases in Oregon
INTERACTIVE: Hospitalization by severity
INTERACTIVE: Oregon Hospital Capacity and Usage