Insider Index: Special COVID-19 edition


Here are 10 numbers from the Oregon Health Authority related to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic in Oregon.

5,171,718: The number of tests, as of Thursday, given for the COVID-19 virus in Oregon since Jan. 24, 2020.

202,247: The number of COVID-19 cases in Oregon since Jan. 24 as of Thursday. OHA includes “presumptive” cases in its totals.

4,878,301: The number of negative tests.

102,387: The number of females who have tested positive or who have been presumed to have COVID-19, as of Thursday.

97,762: The number of males who have tested positive or who have been presumed to have COVID-19, as of Thursday.

11,232: Number of cases that were hospitalized, as of Thursday.

243: Confirmed or presumed COVID-19 patients in the hospital Thursday, down from 267 the prior week. 228 confirmed.

64: Confirmed or presumed COVID-19 patients in intensive care units Thursday, down from 69 the prior week. 63 confirmed. 

30: Confirmed or presumed COVID-19 patients on ventilators Thursday, down from 40 the prior week. 30 confirmed.

2,683: The number of deaths attributed to the virus in Oregon as of Thursday.

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