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Coronavirus in Oregon: 2242 new cases, 11 deaths as summer surge eases slightly – OregonLive

“Daily cases and hospitalizations are slowly coming down from the record highs we’ve seen over the last several weeks,” Dr. Dean…

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The Oregon Health Authority on Thursday announced 11 COVID-19 deaths and 2,242 new coronavirus cases, as well as a continued decline in hospitalizations and intensive care patients since the pandemic peaks seen in early September.
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