There were no new cases of COVID-19 reported in Douglas County between noon Friday and noon Saturday, according to the Douglas County COVID-19 Response Team.
"The good news is that today we see the first reprieve in case increases since September 23, 2020," the daily update said. "But, this does not mean it is time to let your guard down."
Douglas County has a total of 252 coronavirus cases, with 227 positive tests and 25 presumed positive. During the 24 hour period there was an increase of 120 negative test results, bringing that total to 13,393.
As of Saturday, 29 people were in isolation. Thee people are hospitalized, two locally and one out of the area.
The statewide total of COVID-19 cases rose by 360 to 34,511 and eight new deaths were reported; four people from Multnomah County, one from Umatilla County, one from Marion County, one from Lane County and one from Washington County.
Douglas County residents are encouraged to be cautious about traveling or inviting people from outside the county.
People with questions regarding COVID-19 or the recent wildfires can call the Douglas County Resource/COVID-19 Hotline at 541-464-6550 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. seven days a week.