Coronavirus (COVID-19) info and news in Gilliam County

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Coronavirus updates, November 28, 2020

Last updated:  19 hours ago
+1 yesterday
22

Confirmed cases

22

Estimated cases

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+826 yesterday
71K

Confirmed cases

Estimated for the end of the day: 72K
79K

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+823 yesterday
70K

Recovered

+3 yesterday
885

Deaths

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+164 007 yesterday
13,5M

Confirmed cases

Estimated for the end of the day: 13,6M
24,2M

Estimated cases

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+98 695 yesterday
8M

Recovered

+1 343 yesterday
272K

Deaths

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+613 163 yesterday
62,4M

Confirmed cases

Estimated for the end of the day: 62,8M
129,9M

Estimated cases

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+398 419 yesterday
43M

Recovered

+10 796 yesterday
1,5M

Deaths

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About this data

Data sources: Johns Hopkins University CSSE reports; state and national government health departments, and local media reports.

Confirmed cases - include presumptive positive cases.

Estimated cases - the unofficial number of infected people.

Active cases = total confirmed - total recovered - total deaths.

Estimated for the end of the day - assumptions about the number of infected people for the end of the current day.

The counties in the Oregon state with the highest number of COVID-19 cases

Region Confirmed cases Deaths Cases/100k pop.
Multnomah County 15 875 232 1 953
Washington County 9 974 99 1 658
Marion County 9 017 137 2 592
Clackamas County 5 853 77 1 400
Umatilla County 4 301 49 5 549
Lane County 4 202 41 1 100
Jackson County 3 644 28 1 660
Malheur County 2 379 42 7 743
Deschutes County 2 228 14 1 160
Yamhill County 1 648 16 1 540
Linn County 1 385 22 1 088
Polk County 1 168 16 1 370
Douglas County 912 17 827
Jefferson County 808 11 3 340
Union County 771 5 2 914
Benton County 766 7 832
Klamath County 760 4 1 123
Morrow County 651 7 5 725
Lincoln County 613 15 1 241
Wasco County 519 19 1 958
Josephine County 510 4 584
Columbia County 478 3 913
Coos County 418 2 649
Hood River County 394 1 1 682
Clatsop County 351 0 883
Baker County 272 3 1 699
Crook County 217 6 909
Grant County 134 1 1 867
Curry County 129 2 565
Tillamook County 123 0 459
Lake County 117 1 1 485
Harney County 96 1 1 310
Wallowa County 71 3 1 003
Sherman County 23 0 1 347
Wheeler County 3 0 220

Since the first coronavirus case was confirmed in the U.S., the infection has hit all 50 states. However, some areas have managed to keep the numbers low.

The population density in the county is 1 people per mi2 (0 people per km2) so the risk of infection is below average. Even though the overall number of COVID-19 positive people has risen up to 22 today, Gilliam County still has the lowest number of cases and fatal cases in the state of Oregon.

Multnomah County and Washington County are the state's leaders in coronavirus patients with 16K and 10K patients with confirmed infection accordingly, while Wheeler County and Sherman County have the lowest number of coronavirus patients in Oregon. Together with the latter ones, Gilliam County’s per capita infection rate is considered below average, but the coronavirus still remains a threat to public safety.

Please note, even if your county has a low number of COVID-19 cases, the virus is still active. Please stay vigilant and keep up with good hygiene practices.

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