Test positive? New website offers guidance.
As the Omicron variant begins to drive case counts higher in Oregon, many more people need guidance and resources to ensure they and those around them stay safe.
Situation in Oregon
Daily COVID-19 Update
This update includes daily case and testing numbers, demographics, hospital capacity, and emergency department visits.
|Updated 1/26/2022 with data from 12:01 am (updated Monday - Friday)*|
|Age group||Cases1||Percent||Ever hospitalized4||Deaths2|
|0 to 9||45984||8%||327||2|
|10 to 19||80023||13%||448||3|
|20 to 29||118071||20%||1451||31|
|30 to 39||107288||18%||1962||93|
|40 to 49||88646||15%||2597||250|
|50 to 59||70920||12%||3758||564|
|60 to 69||49366||8%||5002||1137|
|70 to 79||27768||5%||4767||1481|
|80 and over||16046||3%||4036||2487|
For data on testing at the Oregon State Public Health Laboratory: Please see our daily COVID-19 update.
1This includes cases confirmed by diagnostic testing and presumptive cases. Presumptive cases are people without a positive diagnostic test who have COVID-19-like symptoms and had close contact with a laboratory confirmed case. Antibody test results are not included in our data. County of residence for cases may change as new information becomes available. If changes occur, we will update our counts accordingly.
2For additional details on individuals who have died from COVID-19 in Oregon, please refer to our press releases.
3This includes cases who test negative and are not epi-linked to a confirmed case.
4Ever hospitalized, if available, as reported to OPERA. OPERA is the state of Oregon's electronic disease surveillance system for COVID-19. Cases are considered hospitalized if they were ever admitted to the hospital for inpatient care during the their COVID-19 illness. Cases who were examined in but not admitted to a hospital may be incorrectly classified as hospitalized until interview and medical record review are complete, leading to fluctuations in the number of hospitalized COVID-19 cases.
Breakthrough Cases Report
A vaccine breakthrough cases is when a person has a positive COVID-19 test result at least 14 days after the completion of any COVID-19 vaccine series.
Oregon Health & Science University COVID Forecast Model
This document uses a long-used epidemiological model to predict the number of persons who are susceptible to being infected, who are actively infected or who have recovered at any previous time.
Race, Ethnicity, Language and Disability Report
Details on the race, ethnicity, language and disability (REALD) of reported COVID-19 cases and health care encounters.
Age Adjustment Report
Estimates how much age is a factor in the amount or severity of disease experienced by a particular group.
Data Report: Year-in-Review
A year-in-review summary of trends and key takeaways from the first calendar year of the COVID-19 pandemic response in Oregon.
*For updates on weekends or previous data reports, please see our COVID-19 News and Reports page. COVID-19 data are provisional and subject to change with ongoing data reconciliation.
Statewide Requirements and Recommendations
On June 30, 2021, Governor Kate Brown rescinded Executive Order 20-66 and many other executive orders that directed the Oregon Health Authority (OHA) to issue enforceable guidance for various sectors of the state regarding COVID-19 restrictions.
Entities must continue to follow all applicable federal or state statutes, regulations and rules, and local ordinances.
OHA provides these materials in multiple languages as a part of our equity-centered response to COVID-19. When there are changes, English versions may be updated before the translated versions. Please check the dates in these documents to make sure you have the most current version. If there are differences between English and another language, the English version is the official version.
Visit our Community Resources page to find a collection of vaccine communication resources, as well as more general information about COVID-19.
As we face COVID-19 together, it's clear that we are strongest when we are in community, even from a distance. To help keep our communities safe and healthy, OHA's Safe + Strong website provides updates, resources and information in multiple languages. With the right information, we can get through this — together.
Safe + Strong Helpline: 1-800-923-HELP (4357)
Accessibility: For individuals with disabilities or individuals who speak a language other than English, OHA can provide information in alternate formats such as translations, large print, or braille. Contact the Health Information Center at 1-971-673-2411, 711 TTY or COVID19.LanguageAccess@dhsoha.state.or.us
Printing requests: You can download materials on this page. OHA does not offer paper versions. Please feel free to print whatever you need.
Language access: OHA is working to provide original content in languages other than English. Many of the materials in our community resources section are available in multiple languages. OHA is also providing the Google™ Translate option to assist you in reading the OHA website in languages other than English. Google™ Translate cannot translate all types of documents and may not provide an exact translation. Anyone relying on information obtained from Google™ Translate does so at their own risk. OHA does not make any promises, assurances, or guarantees as to the accuracy of the translations provided.