Douglas County reports 69 new COVID-19 cases; 882 remain active

Henrietta Strickland
November 21, 2020

On Monday, state Department of Health data listed the county at 111 cases.

Friday's data shows a total of 154 with approximately 20 of those new cases announced in Friday's numbers.

Douglas County reported 4,104 cases of COVID-19 as of Thursday, an increase of 69 cases since Wednesday.

Warren County has seen a almost 40 percent increase in COVID-19 cases this week. The current average of 59.71 new cases per day is down from a recent high of 65 cases per day in mid-November and up from a recent low of 18 cases per day in mid-October. Officials have been closely tracking case counts over a two-week period due to the impact on how much in-person learning local schools can provide under Oregon's new coronavirus metrics.

192 patients are now hospitalized for COVID-19 in the Northeast Region of Hospitals, which is up by 4, however, the percentage of ICU beds in use did go down 1% to 85%. Chenango County had six new cases for a total of 518 and has lost ten residents to the pandemic.

COVID-19 test positivity rate for Douglas County as of November 19.

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