11/12 OHA Weekly Report Update

Malheur County COVID-19 outbreaks reported in latest Weekly Report by Oregon Health Authority.

  • Active outbreaks in care facilities, senior living communities and congregate living settings with three or more confirmed COVID-19 cases or one or more COVID-19 related deaths
    • Wellsprings Assisted Living: 4 cases, 0 death
  • Resolved outbreaks in care facilities with three or more confirmed COVID-19 cases or one or more COVID-19 related death.
    • Brookdale Assisted Living Ontario: 37 cases, 5 deaths
    • Dorian Place Assisted Living: 23 cases, 3 deaths
    • Pioneer Place: 39 cases, 2 deaths
    • Riverside Manor: 3 cases, 1 death
    • Nyssa Gardens: 9 cases, 0 deaths
    • Wellsprings Assisted Living: 6 cases, 1 death
  • Active workplace outbreaks with five or more confirmed COVID-19 cases
    • Snake River Correctional Institution: 532 cases (last week 529 cases)
    • Walmart 7 cases (last week 0 cases)
  • Schools with recent COVID-19 Cases
    • Vale Elementary School: 2 students, 3 staff/volunteer
  • Schools with recently resolved COVID-19 Cases
    • Nyssa High School: 1 student, 4 staff/volunteers
    • Nyssa Middle School: 0 students, 4 staff/volunteers
    • Nyssa Elementary School: 1 student, 3 staff/volunteers
    • Four Rivers Community School: 0 students, 4 staff/volunteers

Malheur County COVID-19 Cases by Zipcode

  • 97913 (Nyssa): 356 cases, rate of 6441.1 cases per 100,000 people
    • Last week Nyssa: 337 cases, rate of 6097.3
  • 97914 (Ontario): 1501 cases, rate of 7815.7 cases per 100,000 people
    • Last week Ontario: 1447 cases, rate of 7534.5
  • 97918 (Vale): 177 cases, rate of 3901.3 cases per 100,000 people
    • Last week Vale: 160 cases, rate of 3526.6
  • All other Malheur County Zip Codes: 51 cases
    • Zip code data pulled the previous Sunday.
    • Total cases 11/8/20 = 2085
    • Total cases in Nyssa, Ontario, Vale = 2034

If you have questions or comments on outbreaks, reporting, or cases, please call the Malheur County Health Department and ask to speak with a COVID-19 Case Investigator at 541-889-7279.

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