Oregon reports 13 additional deaths associated with COVID-19
State officials on Tuesday, Nov. 17, reported 13 more deaths associated with COVID-19, bringing the total reported in Oregon to 778.
Meanwhile, 935 more people are considered positive for the coronavirus, continuing a recent surge of cases that caused Gov. Kate Brown to announce a two-week "freeze" on public activities that will extend a month or more in high-infection counties like Multnomah and Washington.
Oregon officials report the total number of cases based on either confirmed test results or symptoms combined with contact with a confirmed case.
The new cases were reported in 31 of the state's 36 counties. The highest totals were: Multnomah (208), Marion (151), Washington (88), Clackamas (85), Jackson (60), Lane (45), Umatilla (41), Douglas (37), Deschutes (30), Jefferson (28), Klamath (25) and Yamhill (20).
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Of the 13 deaths reported as being associated with COVID-19, at least 10 had underlying health conditions, according to state officials. They included:
• A 63-year-old man in Umatilla County who tested positive Oct. 29 and died Nov. 8.
• A Multnomah County woman, 84, who tested positive Nov. 7 and died Nov. 16,
• A Multnomah County man, 63, who died Nov. 9.
• A Lane County woman, 70, who tested positive Nov. 4 and died Nov. 16.
• A Linn County woman, 76, who tested positive Sept. 14 and died Oct. 27.
• A Multnomah County man, 69, who tested positive Aug. 24 and died Nov. 1.
• A Washington County man, 64, who tested positive Oct. 31 and died Nov.15.
• A Douglas County woman, 85, who tested positive Nov. 8 and died Nov. 16.
• A Marion County man, 63, who tested positive Nov. 6 and died Nov. 9.
• A Marion County man, 52, who tested positive Oct. 27 and died Oct. 31.
• A Marion County woman, 67, who tested positive Oct. 26 and died Nov. 13.
• A Clackamas County man, 98, who tested positive Oct. 13 and died Nov. 8.
• A Multnomah County man, 85, who tested positive Nov. 1 and died Nov. 9.
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