As of June 5, 2020 at 3:00 p.m. this map is no longer being updated.

This map shows the number of reported COVID-19 cases by county in Oregon, as well as the number of reported COVID-19 deaths as of June 5, 2020. Click on individual counties to see the up-to-date number of reported COVID-19 cases. However, the number of reported cases may not fully indicate the number of cases present, as Oregon's capacity to test has been lower than desired, according to reporting by the Oregonian. Click the gray box in the upper left to view the map legend. Data is provided by the Oregon Health Authority. 

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This map is interesting; however, if you calculate the rate of infections *per capita*, the picture is importantly different for several counties. To wit, as of figures from 4/9, Marion county is far and away the highest in the state (a little over 7 cases per 10,000 population), followed in order by Washington (about 5.4), Multnomah and Linn(about 3.9), and then Klamath (about 3.6). and Polk(3.5). This may come as news to residents of some of these counties, and should be cause for continuing vigilance in the coming several weeks.

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