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DC BOC C19 Recovery
DC BOC C19 Recovery
Douglas County COVID-19 Recovery Update - July 19, 2021 (Photo) - 07/19/21

DOUGLAS COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS

 

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE - JULY 19, 2021

 

DOUGLAS COUNTY COVID-19 RECOVERY UPDATE

 

(Douglas County, Ore.)  COVID-19 RECOVERY RECAP FOR JULY 17 AND 18, 2021: 

On Saturday, July 17, 2021 we had an astonishing TWENTY-ONE (21) people with new positive test results, ONE (1) presumptive that has been moved to a positive with a positive test result, and TWO (2) new presumptives to report, bringing our total number of cases of people with positive test results and presumptives in Douglas County to 4,145*.  We had NINE (9) Douglas County COVID-19 patients hospitalized, six locally and three out-of-the-area.  Also, DPHN was supporting 131 cases in isolation, 131 cases in quarantine for a total of 262 in isolation and quarantine.  

 

On Sunday, July 18, 2021 we had SEVEN (7) people with new positive test results to report, bringing our total number of cases of people with positive test results and presumptives in Douglas County to 4,152*.  We had EIGHT (8) Douglas County COVID-19 patients hospitalized, five locally and three out-of-the-area.  Also, DPHN was supporting 128 cases in isolation, 140 cases in quarantine for a total of 268 in isolation and quarantine. 

 

COVID-19 RECOVERY UPDATE FOR MONDAY, JULY 19, 2021: 

As of 12:00 pm today, Monday, July 19, 2021, there are SEVEN (7) people with new positive test results to report following our weekend recap listed above.  The total number of cases of people with positive test results and presumptives in Douglas County is now at 4,159*. Currently, there are NINE (9) Douglas County COVID-19 patients that are being hospitalized, six locally and three out-of-the-area.

 

Douglas County, OR - COVID-19 - Case Update Chart*

Date

Thursday,

July 15, 2021

Friday,

July 16, 2021

Saturday,

July 17, 2021

Sunday,

July 18, 2021

Today, Monday,

July 19, 2021

Total COVID-19 Cases

4,105

4,122

4,145

4,152

4,159

People w/ Positive PCR or Antigen Test Results

3,913

3,930

3,952

3,959

3,966

Presumptive

192

192

193

193

193

Total Currently Hospitalized

9

9

9

8

9

Total Currently in Isolation

101

116

131

128

130

Total COVID-19 Related Deaths

85

86

86

86

86

*Our daily update includes the total number of cases in Douglas County, which combines people with positive test results and presumptives, as well as a breakout of those case numbers. There will be times when a presumptive will move to a positive test result, and our total case number will not change because the case has already been counted.

 

LOCAL CONTACTS AND CASES BEING SUPPORTED IN ISOLATION AND QUARANTINE

Currently, DPHN is supporting 130 cases in isolation, as well as another 140 contacts in quarantine in Douglas County. Isolation is recommended for confirmed and presumptive cases, quarantine is recommended for contacts of confirmed or presumptive cases.  Currently, staff is supporting a total of 270 total contacts and cases in isolation or quarantine.  This number represents a snapshot of the significant amount of work being done locally to help control the spread of COVID.

 

DOUGLAS COUNTY COVID-19 RECOVERY UPDATE

Reminder, we are publishing our Douglas County COVID-19 Recovery Updates on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.  We will continue to report and recap daily numbers in each of our updates for the days that we do not publish a local COVID-19 Recovery Update. Our next COVID-19 Update will be on Wednesday, July 21, 2021.

 

DOUGLAS COUNTY TIGER TEAM HOSTING FREE POP-UP COVID-19 VACCINATION CLINICS

The Douglas County Tiger Team continues to bring free COVID-19 vaccines directly to rural areas via our mobile medical vans (MMV) via their pop-up vaccine clinics.  They are visiting businesses, farms, fire stations and other locations all around Douglas County. The Douglas County Board of Commissioners, who have led the charge for our Douglas County COVID-19 Response Team efforts since the beginning, have coordinated with DPHN to organize our local Tiger Team to manage our vaccine outreach efforts through ‘pop-up’ vaccine clinics. 

 

The Douglas County Tiger Team will be hosting FREE POP UP COVID VACCINE CLINICS at the locations listed below.  The clinics are currently open to anyone 18 years of age and older, and preregistration is not necessary:

 

  • Tuesday, July 20, 2021: Roseburg and surrounding area.  Clinic will be at Music on the Half Shell located in Stewart Park at 1003 Stewart Park Drive in Roseburg from 5:00 pm to 8:00 pm.
  • Wednesday, July 21, 2021: Winston and surrounding area.  Clinic will be at Grocery Outlet located at 151 NW Douglas Blvd in Winston from 10:00 am to 3:00 pm.
  • (Tentative) Thursday, July 22, 2021: Roseburg and surrounding area.  Clinic will be at Linus Oaks Village – Retirement Community located at 2665 Van Pelt Blvd in Roseburg from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm.  Please call before you go to make sure event is still happening: (541) 670-3110 or our local COVID-19 Hotline at (541) 464-6550. 
  • Friday, July 23, 2021: Myrtle Creek and surrounding area.  Clinic will be at the Myrtle Creek Summer Festival located in Millsite Park at 231 Volunteer Way in Myrtle Creek from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm.
  • Saturday, July 24, 2021: Myrtle Creek and surrounding area.  Clinic will be at the Myrtle Creek Summer Festival located in Millsite Park at 231 Volunteer Way in Myrtle Creek from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm.

 

Look for the Douglas County Tiger Team at local events and festivals and around our communities offering information and access to vaccinations.  Our Tiger Team coordinates with Umpqua Valley Ambulance to bring a certified vaccinator and a medical assistant to each clinic.  If you are interested in having the Douglas County Tiger Team come to your business, fire department, farm or town to provide a pop-up vaccine clinic or if you have any questions about our Douglas County Tiger Teams and want a schedule of their upcoming pop-up vaccination clinics, please call (541) 670-3110 or our local COVID-19 Hotline at (541) 464-6550. 

 

AVIVA HAS A DEDICATED FREE COVID-19 VACCINATION CLINIC SITE IN ROSEBURG 

Shared from Aviva Health.  Aviva Health has a dedicated COVID-19 vaccination clinic site at 4221 NE Stephens Street, Suite 101 in Roseburg, just across the street from its main Roseburg Clinic location near Costco and offers free COVID-19 vaccines by appointment.   The COVID-19 vaccination clinic will be open Monday through Friday, from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm and is open for residents ages 12 and older**.  To schedule an appointment please call (541) 672-9596.

**As a reminder: Parental or guardian consent is required to vaccinate residents 12 to 14 years old.  Written consent can be obtained in advance.  Under Oregon law, minors 15 years of age and older may consent to medical treatment, including vaccinations, when provided by a physician, physician assistant, naturopath, nurse practitioner, dentist or optometrist, or other professionals operating under the license of these providers; however, families are encouraged to make decisions about vaccinations together.

 

COVID-19 VACCINE ELIGIBILITY OPEN FOR EVERYONE 12 YEARS OLD AND OLDER***

According to the CDC, State of Oregon and OHA, ALL residents ages 12 years old and older*** are eligible to get the COVID-19 Vaccine.  The Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine has been approved for people ages 12 to 15.  The good news, according to Dr. Bob Dannenhoffer, our Douglas County Public Health Officer, is that we have plenty of vaccines, they are safe and effective and we will be administering then to anyone 12 and above who wants it. Remember, “it’s your turn!” So, locate a vaccine location near you and show up to get your COVID-19 vaccine today!

 

  1. Attached Media Files: DC BOC C19 Recovery
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