Oregon has good news and a new milestone in the coronavirus pandemic. There are only 92 numbers in the hospitals of Oregonians with COVID-19, and it’s down. These numbers are the fewest since records have been kept and that is down around 40 percent since a few days back. On 8th April, these were 156 patients in the hospital reported in Oregon. On Saturday it is the first time that the number dropped below 100.
On March 8, Government declared a state of emergency to address the spread of COVID-19 in Oregon. The strict order issued on March 23rd directs Oregonians to stay home except only for essential needs. The OHA Oregon Health Authority serves as the lead agency for the public health response.
On Saturday, the Oregon Health Authority has not reported any new deaths due to coronavirus and disclosed 45 additional infections, increasing the statewide total to 2,680. The new number of coronavirus infected people are from Coos, Hood River, Josephine, Malheur, Marion, Multnomah, Umatilla, and Washington.
So, the number of Oregonians sick enough to be hospitalized with COVID-19 is a new low record, with state officials reporting 92 active hospitalizations. These number shows a drastic drop of more than 40 percent from the 156 reported hospitalizations on 8th April. This is the first-day state officials declared ongoing hospitalization for active cases of coronavirus.
Hospitalization has been heading downward most ever and the number of Oregonians stands at 128 last week. The record of tally dipped below 100 for the very first time on Saturday.
So, this is the official report in Oregon that no new coronavirus deaths are noted due to COVID-19. Medical offices, as well as Legacy Good Samaritan Medical Center, were among those Governor Kate Brown has given permission to open again, patients are given coronavirus testing and then need to undergo a 72-hour quarantine before going through a proper technique.