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We break down the latest ZIP code numbers from OHA as the state experiences a new surge in cases

COVID-19 cases are beginning to surge again as Oregon reopens and increases its testing capacity, and you might be wondering what the situation is in your city.

Since early May, the Oregon Health Authority has been providing weekly updates with infection numbers broken down by ZIP code. ZIP codes with less than 10 infections, like Lake Oswego's 97034, are noted to have "one to nine" infections.

Here are the latest numbers as of June 10 across Clackamas County:


The Clackamas ZIP code, 97015, reported 20 cases and an infection rate of 10.2 per 10,000.


OHA data indicated that there have been fewer than nine cases of COVID-19 in the Estacada area.

As of June 10, there were no cases of the disease in the 97022 ZIP code, which includes Eagle Creek. There were fewer than nine cases within the 97023 ZIP code, which includes the city of Estacada.

Happy Valley

The primary ZIP code in Happy Valley, 97086, had 32 cases and a rate of 12.3 per 10,000.

Lake Oswego

Both of Lake Oswego's ZIP codes, 97034 and 97035, reported between one and nine cases.


Milwaukie's three ZIP codes – 97206, 97222 and 97269 – had a total of 93 cases (the 97269 ZIP code was not listed by OHA).

Oregon City

Oregon City reported 36 cases, meaning seven people per 10,000 there have been confirmed to have contracted the virus so far.

West Linn

West Linn's 97068 ZIP code reported 11 cases and a rate of 3.9 per 10,000.


In the primary ZIP code in Wilsonville, 97070, the OHA reported 21 cases in total and an infection rate of 10 per 10,000 residents.

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