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 Saturday afternoon:
- Oregon: 213 deaths, 9,930 cases, 250,637 tests (241,760 negative tests) Latest Oregon numbers
- Washington: 1,354 deaths, 35,247 cases, 607,276 tests (5.8% positive) Latest Washington numbers
- United States: 129,654 deaths, 2,836113 cases Latest U.S. numbers
- World: 528,354 deaths, 11,169,802 cases Latest global numbers
As Oregon COVID-19 cases go up, hospitalizations are still down significantly since the early weeks of the pandemic.
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INTERACTIVE: Oregon COVID-19 cases