After three days of no new COVID-19 cases, Douglas County reported three new positive cases Tuesday. That brings the county total to 172 since the start of the pandemic.
The county has had 155 confirmed cases and 17 presumptive. the Douglas County COVID-19 Response Team reported only one person remains hospitalized and that person is in a hospital outside of the county. There are 10 people that are still in isolation.
The county has recorded two deaths that have been related to COVID-19.
According to the COVID-19 Response Team, 9,922 people have been tested in Douglas County — including 1,404 at drive-thru clinics hosted by the Douglas County Public Health Network.
The Oregon Health Authority reported COVID-19 claimed seven more lives, bringing the state’s total of COVID-related deaths to 427.
The state had 247 new confirmed and presumed cases of the coronavirus, bringing the total to 25,391 since the beginning of the pandemic.
Multnomah County had 48 new cases, Marion County added 40 and Washington County had 38. Jackson County reported 18, Lane County had three and Coos County had 2 new cases.
Umatilla County had three deaths, Lincoln County had two, Multnomah and Marion counties each had one.
For those who think they should be tested for COVID-19 should contact their health care provider for a referral.
Patients without a Primary Care Provider, that are looking for a COVID-19 test can contact the Sutherlin Aviva Health Clinic at 541-459-3788 or call the Rite Aid Pharmacy, 444 SE Stephens St., Roseburg for an appointment.