After two consecutive days of no new coronavirus cases, the Douglas County COVID-19 Response Team reported three patients with positive COVID-19 test results during its Tuesday update. That makes a total of 290 positive and presumptive cases.
Four Douglas County residents remain hospitalized due to the coronavirus, including one outside of the county. Four patients left isolation as of Tuesday's report, with 30 residents being cared for by the Douglas Public Health Network.
Six patients have been removed from isolation since Saturday, while 153 residents are in self-quarantine.
The Oregon Health Authority reported six new COVID-19-related deaths, raising the state's death toll to 605. Five of the victims had underlying health conditions, while the presence of an underlying condition was awaiting confirmation on the sixth.
Oregon had 321 new positive and presumptive cases, according to the OHA's Tuesday report, raising the total number of the cases statewide to 37,780 since the beginning of the pandemic.