SALEM, Ore. – Oregon Health Authority added 218 new confirmed and presumptive cases and five new COVID-19 deaths on Tuesday.
The new cases bring the state total to 10,605.
They include two in Benton, 18 in Clackamas, two in Columbia, four in Coos, one in Crook, three in Douglas, three in Hood River, two in Jefferson, three in Josephine, one in Klamath, one in Lake, 15 in Lane, one in Lincoln, one in Linn, seven in Malheur, 23 in Marion, two in Morrow, 52 in Multnomah, six in Polk, 20 in Umatilla, five in Union, one in Wallowa, two in Wasco, 27 in Washington, 16 in Yamhill.
OHA said the death toll is now at 220.
A 93-year-old Multnomah County man and 74-year-old Yamhill County woman died June 30. In Linn County, a 56-year-old woman died July 5. And an 80-year-old man and 62-year-old woman died in Marion County on July 6. OHA said they all had underlying medical conditions.