Douglas County now has four confirmed cases of COVID-19.
Douglas County Public Health Officer Bob Dannenhoffer on Thursday announced one new positive case of COVID-19 in Douglas County. Douglas Public Health Network has launched its epidemiology investigation related to the new case, identifying who this individual may have had contact with.
Identifying information about the newest case is not being released at this time. Close contacts of the confirmed case will be notified by public health.
Currently, there are zero deaths and 139 negative tests for COVID-19 in Douglas County. DPHN has set new online tracking system for test results from Douglas County residents. The goal is to have the chart updated at noon every day.
Residents will be able to go on the website and see the tracking of results. They will not be releasing any identifying information of those that had testing done, or those that have tested positive.
If a case comes back positive after that time, DPHN will announce it with a public statement and updating their website, until further notice. Go to the DPHN website to view the update: www.douglaspublichealthnetwork.org.
If you have questions about resources available, call the COVID-19 hotline, staffed by local volunteers at (541) 464-6550.
Stay up to date on COVID-19 in Douglas County on the DPHN website at www.douglaspublichealthnetwork.org. Find additional information on state, federal and international COVID-19 response from the following websites: Oregon Health Authority, Centers for Disease Control, World Health Organization and by calling or logging onto 211Info.