Jackson County reports 3 new COVID-19 deaths

Today, Jackson County Public Health reports 65 new COVID-19 cases and three new deaths. Due to the holiday, this total is reflective of November 25th and November 26th.

This update brings the total reported COVID-19 cases in Jackson County to 3,645 and the total number of deaths to 29.

Jackson County’s 27th COVID-19 death is a 90-year-old male who tested positive on November 3 and died on November 17 at his residence. He has underlying conditions.

Jackson County’s 28th COVID-19 death is an 82-year-old female who tested positive on November 11 and died on November 24 at Ashland Community Hospital, in Ashland Oregon. The patient had underlying conditions.

Jackson County’s 29th COVID-19 death is a 77-year-old female who tested positive on November 12 and died on November 22 at her residence. The presence of underlying conditions is being confirmed.

The Oregon Health Authority publishes weekly data on cases and deaths in care facilities, senior living communities, and congregate living settings when there are three or more confirmed cases or one or more deaths. Due to the spike in cases and outbreaks in these settings, Jackson County Public Health will provide daily information on outbreaks in care facilities, senior living communities, and congregate living settings during the surge of cases in Jackson County.

The number of cases includes staff, residents, and close contacts that have been determined to be COVID-19 positive cases and linked to the outbreak. Please note that these outbreaks are under investigation, and data may change daily.

  • Avamere Three Fountains
    • 124 cases
    • 9 deaths
  • Avamere Health Services of Rogue Valley
    • 77 cases
    • 2 deaths
  • Avamere Waterford
    • 4 cases
    • 0 deaths
  • Linda Vista
    • 11 cases
    • 0 deaths
  • Orchard Assisted Living
    • 10 cases
    • 0 deaths
  • Rogue Valley Manor
    • 19 cases
    • 0 deaths
  • Table Rock Memory Care
    • 108 cases
    • 6 deaths

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