Oregon coronavirus update, Nov. 3: 1,128 new cases, 64 deaths – Statesman Journal Leave a comment

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We’ll update this story with the latest news about coronavirus and its effects in Oregon on Wednesday, Nov. 3.
The Oregon Health Authority reported 1,128 new cases of COVID-19 Wednesday, along with 64 deaths.
Marion County accounted for 91 cases, while Polk County had 38.
The age and county of residence of those who died will be released by the state Thursday.
While the number of deaths is the second-highest reported by the state in a single day, a number of those deaths likely occurred earlier in the year.
Over the next several weeks, OHA expects higher-than-average daily death numbers related to COVID-19 as deaths previously not included in the tally due to a technical computer error are logged.
More than 500 deaths from COVID-19 were identified as missing from the state’s records because of this error.
Hospitals statewide on Wednesday were treating 527 patients with COVID-19, including 116 in intensive care unit beds. 
The state’s adult ICU bed capacity is at 92% and non-ICU is 94%.
Coronavirus patient numbers at Salem Health on Wednesday, Nov. 3:
Here’s the most recent data from the Oregon Health Authority, as of Wednesday, Nov. 3:
Here are the number of cases, both tested positive and presumptive, and deaths as of Wednesday, Nov. 3:
Source: Oregon Health Authority
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