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Oregon COVID-19 updates July 4: 303 new cases, 4 more deaths

As COVID-19 continues to impact Oregon and Southwest Washington, get the latest updates here.
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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


As of Saturday afternoon:

As Oregon COVID-19 cases go up, hospitalizations are still down significantly since the early weeks of the pandemic.


7 p.m.

At least 18 cases of COVID-19 are connected to a Vancouver bar. Officials are asking anyone who was there between June 19-25 to get tested. Learn more

6 p.m.

The Fouth of July looks a little different this year as it lands between a pandemic and massive demonstrations for racial equality across the county. Learn more

4 p.m.

The City of Portland has started an initiative to help some of the 32,000 homes in the city who do now have access to get internet get connected. Without internet access, many vulnerable people cannot easily access public health information. Learn more

12:30 p.m.

The Oregon Health Authority announced 303 new positive COVID-19 cases and four more deaths. This is the third day in a row that more than 300 new confirmed cases have been reported. Learn more

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