May 11, 2021
Health News

Coronavirus in Oregon: 540 new cases, 1 death as Washington County indoor dining restrictions become likely – OregonLive

The Oregon Health Authority on Monday reported one new COVID-19 death and 540 coronavirus cases, with cases plateauing over the past week.
After more than a month of steady gains, Oregon reported a 3% decrease in cases last week. But hospitalizations, which trail cases, are still increasing.
Gov. Kate Brown, in an effort to slow hospital admissions, is poised to extend business restrictions this week on counties with the highest per capita case rates. Those limitation are now expected to apply to…

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