Much of my volunteer dental work has been in Providence hospitals and clinics. Medical teams were able to secure 30 places for dental program volunteers. Most of us have been vaccinated since January!
Urgent and urgent dental problems did not go away during the pandemic. In made, they have increased. I am a senior and have a skill that was in high demand.
I volunteered several months before I could receive my 2 vaccines. I was relieved to be able to continue my work without being afraid of contracting Covid despite my layers of PPE that I was wearing.
My wife is a certified by the board of directors pediatrician and she volunteered by giving VSovid vaccines. This morning she was at the Oregon Convention Center. She came home after her 4 hours change and luckily reported that most of the patients were young people, especially adolescents.
Seeing all these young residents from Oregon receiving their vaccines moves our stat to closer to our goal of 70% vaccination.
With so many changes happening right now, many of us are feeling more stressed, anxious, or depressed than usual. But it can be difficult to know if we should seek treatment for these feelings or if there are steps we can take to help us feel better.
This chart from the National Institute of Mental Health can help you decide if your symptoms are mild or severe and how much they are interfering with your daily life.
The table provides tips for self-care activities for people with mild symptoms and resources for people seeking treatment.
For assistance, the Safe + Strong helpline is here for you. Call 800-923-AIDE (4357).
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There are 10 new COVID-19-related deaths in Oregon, bringing the state’s death toll to 2,726, the Oregon Health Authority reported at 12:01 am. today.
Oregon Health Authority reported 370 new confirmed and suspected COVID-19 cases as of 12:01 a.m. today, bringing the state’s total to 204,291.
Provisional update of the publication time of this daily press release
To align with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) daily update of the number of people in Oregon aged 18 and older who have received at least one dose of their COVID-19 vaccine, the OHA will issue this daily press release later today, beginning today.
the CDC positions the number of people in Oregon aged 18 and over who have received at least one first dose per day, typically by 5 p.m. Eastern Time.
The OHA then pulls the data from the CDC site at 3 p.m. PT daily and subtracts the number of people aged 18 and over who received at least one dose from the target of 2,345,823. Oregon (70% of 18 and over). This calculation shows how many people 18 and older still need to be vaccinated to meet Oregon’s 70% goal.
The OHA will update the website banner to reflect these numbers daily at 5 p.m. PT.
To note: If the CDC has not updated its website by 3 p.m. PT when OHA pulls the data, OHA Communications will add a note in this daily press release and on the dashboard of the governor’s website. indicating that the CDC website has not been updated and OHA will update the banner and dashboard at 9 a.m. PT the next day.
Today, the OHA reported that 27,113 new doses of COVID-19 vaccines have been added to the state’s immunization registry. Of this total, 11,182 doses were administered on June 9 and 15,931 were administered the previous days but were entered in the vaccine register on June 9. It may take several days for the cumulative daily totals to be finalized.
The 7-day moving average is now 15,761 doses per day.
Oregon has now administered a total of 2,337,634 first and second doses of Pfizer, 1,659,139 first and second doses of Moderna, and 153,424 single doses of Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccines. From today, 1,991,717 people have completed a series of COVID-19 vaccines. There are 2,303,485 people who have received at least one dose. The number of adults in Oregon who need immunization to reach the 70% threshold is 93,234.
To note: OHA works to determine why CDC’s COVID-19 vaccination update today indicates minimal change. We will have a more complete update tomorrow.
To date, 2,861,055 doses of Pfizer, 2,173,680 doses of Moderna and 299,000 doses of Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine have been delivered to sites across Oregon.
These data are preliminary and subject to change.
OHA Dashboards provide regularly updated immunization data, and the Oregon dashboard has been updated today.
Cases and deaths
New confirmed and suspected COVID-19 cases reported today are in the following counties: Baker (1), Benton (8), Clackamas (30), Clatsop (1), Columbia (4), Coos (2), Crook (11), Deschutes (85), Douglas (17) , Harney (1), Hood River (4), Jackson (15), Jefferson (1), Joséphine (8), Klamath (10), Lane (23), Linn (11), Malheur (2), Marion (35 ), Multnomah (59), Polk (7), Umatilla (8), Union (1), Washington (22) and Yamhill (4).
To note: More information on these COVID-19 deaths to follow in an updated press release
To note: Due to a delay in laboratory reports, the OHA received 767 Electronic Laboratory Reports (ELRs) on June 9, 2021 for Deschutes County. The reports are of April 17, 2021 to June 9, 2021. As a result, the number of cases, ELR totals and percent positivity are higher in Deschutes County for June 9, 2021 than expected.
The number of hospital patients with COVID-19 in Oregon is 173, nine more than yesterday. There are 41 COVID-19 patients in intensive care unit (ICU) beds, five more than yesterday.
The total number of COVID-19 positive patient bed days in the past seven days is 1,328, a 22.3% decrease from the previous seven days. The maximum daily number of beds occupied by COVID-19 positive patients in the past seven days is 219.
The total number of patients in hospital beds may fluctuate between reporting times. Figures do not reflect admissions per day or length of hospital stay. Staff limitations are not captured in this data and may further limit bed capacity.