Oregon has recorded its highest COVID-19 one-day case count since the pandemic began last spring.

The Oregon Health Authority (OHA) reported 600 new confirmed and presumptive cases of COVID-19 as of Friday, Oct. 30, including four new cases in Columbia County.

The statewide total is now at 44,389.

COVID-19 Update

Health authorities continue to stress that slowing the pandemic means everyone should be washing their hands frequently, practicing social distancing and wearing face coverings when out in public.

COVID-19 has claimed two more lives in Oregon, raising the state’s death toll to 675.

The new confirmed and presumptive COVID-19 cases reported today are in the following counties:

  • Baker (3)
  • Benton (1)
  • Clackamas (45)
  • Clatsop (3)
  • Columbia (4)
  • Coos (2)
  • Crook (3)
  • Deschutes (24)
  • Douglas (4)
  • Gilliam (1)
  • Harney (2)
  • Hood River (3)
  • Jackson (69)
  • Jefferson (2)
  • Josephine (3)
  • Klamath (9)
  • Lake (4)
  • Lane (34)
  • Lincoln (1)
  • Linn (18)
  • Malheur (18)
  • Marion (44)
  • Morrow (3)
  • Multnomah (152)
  • Polk (7)
  • Sherman (2)
  • Tillamook (1)
  • Umatilla (26)
  • Union (3)
  • Wallowa (2)
  • Wasco (3)
  • Washington (91)
  • Yamhill (13)
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