The sheet below is automatically updated daily from the Oregonian’s dashboard at https://projects.oregonlive.com/coronavirus/. Update times depend on when OHA and the Oregonian get their updates done. Note 3/3/2021: The Oregonian has been pretty inconsistent updating county numbers lately. When they miss a day (or more), the next county update is cumulative for the missed days. This throws off 7-day averages. I usually manually update the Central Oregon counties (Deschutes, Crook, and Jefferson), but I am going to stop doing this until The Oregonian updates more consistently.
- Columns marked “Average” are previous-7-day averages of their respective data.
- In the county tables, “Cases 7d” is a total of the previous 7 day total of cases. “Cases 7d per 100k” is the 7-day total of cases per 100,000 residents in the county.
- Please note, the state of Oregon tends to use 14-day metrics for things like county risk levels.
- I am tracking data for all Oregon counties, but am missing historical data up to 11/23/2020 for most counties.