SALEM, Ore. -- There are nearly 100 new cases of coronavirus in Oregon, Oregon Health Authority said Friday.
One more person has died, bringing the death toll to 12. The case was an 82-year-old woman in Marion County who tested positive March 20. She died March 25 at Salem Hospital. OHA said she had underlying medical conditions.
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Among the 98 new cases are the following:
- Clackamas: 10
- Columbia: 1
- Deschutes: 3
- Douglas: 1
- Jackson: 2
- Klamath: 1
- Lane: 2
- Linn: 2
- Marion: 26
- Morrow: 1
- Multnomah: 22
- Polk: 4
- Umatilla: 1
- Wasco: 1
- Washington: 18
- Yamhill: 4
OHA updates its count once a day. As of today, the state total for cases is 414.