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COVID-19 Updates for Today:
Oregon Health Authority reported no new COVID-19 cases in Central Oregon today. Oregon Health Authority also reported that one case previously reported as a Deschutes County case has been updated to Washington County today. As a result, Deschutes County now has 24 known cases of COVID-19.
Today, Deschutes County began reporting the total number of cases who have recovered on the County's COVID-19 webpage.
Oregon Health Authority reported a total of 84 new cases and 2 new deaths from COVID-19 today. There are now a total of 690 known cases and 18 deaths from COVID-19 statewide. More information on case counts are listed below.
CDC reports there are now 163,539 total cases of COVID-19 in the United States.
Worldwide case counts are now >693,000.
COVID-19 Situation Data
The COVID-19 situation is changing rapidly. Data is current as of the data cutoff times indicated in each section, but it will quickly become out-of-date. Oregon Health Authority, CDC, and WHO typically update their official numbers once per day. You can find the most up-to-date information at the following links:
For the latest Oregon situation data from Oregon Health Authority, click here.
For the latest U.S. situation data from CDC, click here.
For the latest worldwide situation data from WHO, click here.
COVID-19 Situation in Oregon as of 3/31/20, 8:00AM Pacific
690 Cases in Oregon
Cases by County:
186 in Washington County
141 in Marion County
116 in Multnomah County
50 in Clackamas County
37 in Linn County
24 in Deschutes County
21 in Jackson County
18 in Polk County
16 in Lane County
16 in Yamhill County
12 in Benton County
10 in Josephine County
9 in Douglas County
7 in Wasco County
5 in Klamath County
5 in Umatilla County
3 in Clatsop County
3 in Hood River County
3 in Tillamook County
2 in Lincoln County
1 in Columbia County
1 in Grant County
1 in Malheur County
1 in Morrow County
1 in Union County
1 in Wallowa County
Cases by Age Group:
Age Information Unavailable: 2
Cases by Sex:
Sex Information Unavailable: 9
18 deaths in Oregon
Deaths by County:
3 in Clackamas County
3 in Marion County
3 in Washington County
3 in Yamhill County
2 in Linn County
2 in Multnomah County
1 in Benton County
1 in Lane County
Deaths by Age Group:
COVID-19 Situation in the United States as of 3/30/20, 4:00PM Eastern
163,539 cases in the U.S.
1,042 had a travel-related exposure
2,919 involved person-to-person spread
159,578 have exposure under investigation
2,860 deaths in the U.S.
U.S. Map of Locations with Confirmed COVID-19 Cases
Map Image Source: CDC "COVID-19 Cases in the U.S.".
States with the highest number of COVID-19 cases:
New York: 67,131 cases
New Jersey: 16,636 cases
California: 6,909 cases
Michigan: 6,498 cases
Massachusetts: 5,752 cases
Situation Worldwide as of 3/30/20, 10:00AM Central European Time
693,282 global cases
The top five countries for case counts are:
United States of America: 122,653 cases
Italy: 97,689 cases
China: 82,447 cases
Spain: 78,797 cases
Germany: 57,298 cases
33,106 global deaths
The top five countries for deaths are:
Italy: 10,781 deaths
Spain: 6,528 deaths
China: 3,310 deaths
Iran: 2,640 deaths
France: 2,602 deaths
For more local information about COVID-19:
Web resources for COVID-19:
Telephone resources for questions about COVID-19:
Call the Central Oregon COVID-19 phone line at: 541-699-5109. The phone line is open Monday through Friday from 8am-6:30pm.
Call the Oregon phone line at 2-1-1
Central Oregon Public Health Response
Crook, Deschutes, and Jefferson County Public Health Departments regularly manage communicable disease outbreaks, and we are prepared to investigate and respond. When a positive case of COVID-19 is identified in our community, Public Health Nurses work oncontact tracing to identify and notify individuals who might have been exposed.
We began preparing for local impacts of COVID-19 and regularly meeting with healthcare partners, Oregon Health Authority, and CDC in January 2020.
We continue to work closely with local schools, healthcare providers, emergency services, cities, businesses, and others to coordinate efforts and to share the most up-to-date information.
This situation update was compiled by the Crook, Deschutes, and Jefferson County Health Departments. It will be updated with state, national, and worldwide situation data and sent Monday through Friday.
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