PORTLAND, Ore. — Cases of COVID-19 began popping up in the United States in January. 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 Monday morning:
- Oregon: 482 deaths, 2,161 hospitalizations, 28,190 cases, 575,596 tests (549,328 negative tests) Latest Oregon numbers
- Washington: 1,953 deaths, 6,860 hospitalizations, 77,235 cases Latest Washington numbers
- United States: 188,954 deaths, 6,280,400 cases Latest U.S. numbers
- World: 889,542 deaths, 27,152,445 cases Latest global numbers
INTERACTIVE: Oregon coronavirus map
- Oregon health officials reported 154 new COVID-19 cases and one more death. The state's death toll is now 482 people. Oregon's total number of known cases is 28,190.
- Oregon health officials reported 190 new confirmed coronavirus cases on Sunday, bringing the state's total to 28,044. The Oregon Health Authority (OHA) also reported one more death on Sunday. Learn more
- Lots of people are expected to visit scenic areas this Labor Day weekend, however, parking could be an issue. Learn more
- With COVID-19 restrictions still in place, residents and business owners on the Oregon Coast hope tourists will respect the rules while having a good time this Labor Day. Learn more
INTERACTIVE: Oregon coronavirus data by age group
INTERACTIVE: COVID-19 Cases in Oregon
INTERACTIVE: Oregon COVID-19 Hospitalization Data