SALEM, Ore. – Oregon Health Authority reported 168 new confirmed and presumptive coronavirus cases on Monday.
This brings the state total to 10,395.
The new cases include one in Benton, 16 in Clackamas, three in Clatsop, three in Columbia, two in Deschutes, one in Douglas, one in Hood River, one in Jackson, one in Jefferson, three in Josephine, 10 in Lane, 10 in Malheur, 16 in Marion, four in Morrow, 41 in Multnomah, one in Polk, one in Tillamook, 16 in Umatilla, three in Wasco and 34 in Washington.
No new deaths were reported on Monday, keeping the death toll steady at 215.
OHA has also released its weekly testing summary, showing that for the week of June 28 to July 5, nearly 40,000 tests were conducted. Of those tests, 5.3% were positive. The number of tests conducted has been increasing, but the test positivity rate has also increased significantly since late May, OHA said.
The increase in COVID-19 cases is due in part to counties being in phase one and two of reopening. Recent large outbreaks around the state have also contributed to the spike, OHA said.