Record 375 new coronavirus cases reported in Oregon

New cases were reported locally in Douglas, Lane and Linn counties.

Posted: Jul 2, 2020 1:26 PM
Updated: Jul 2, 2020 3:08 PM

PORTLAND, Ore. -- A record 375 new cases of COVID-19 were reported statewide by the Oregon Health Authority on Thursday.

In total, the state has seen 9,294 cases since the pandemic began in February.

One additional death was also reported, bringing the state's death toll to 209. The latest fatality is 73-year-old woman in Klamath County who had underlying medical conditions.

Among the new cases are 22 in Clackamas, one in Columbia, one in Crook, nine in Deschutes, two in Douglas, 15 in Jackson, eight in Jefferson, eight in Josephine, 15 in Lane, three in Lincoln, three in Linn, 16 in Malheur, 32 in Marion, eight in Morrow, 64 in Multnomah, one in Tillamook, 88 in Umatilla, five in Union, two in Wasco, 67 in Washington and five in Yamhill.

This is the largest total of new cases in a single day. OHA said the state has seen five weeks of case growth and cases are rising faster in rural communities and in central and eastern Oregon. The spike in Umatilla County has been attributed to outbreaks and community spread.

Oregon Coronavirus Cases

Data is updated nightly.

Confirmed Cases: 19699

Reported Deaths: 333
CountyConfirmedDeaths
Multnomah455393
Washington287723
Marion271368
Umatilla212224
Clackamas144337
Malheur70812
Deschutes5488
Lane5353
Jackson4111
Yamhill39912
Lincoln3959
Union3922
Jefferson3243
Morrow3162
Polk30012
Linn25510
Klamath1981
Hood River1740
Wasco1713
Benton1606
Douglas1391
Josephine1071
Coos880
Columbia840
Clatsop820
Crook431
Baker350
Lake320
Tillamook320
Wallowa191
Curry140
Sherman140
Harney100
Gilliam40
Grant20
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Wheeler00
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