It is definitely not the time to forgo your preventative COVID-19 health and safety measures. Patients without a Primary Care Provider, that are looking for a COVID-19 test should contact the Sutherlin Aviva Health Clinic at (541) 459-3788. There will also be a clinic in Reedsport tomorrow, Saturday August 15th. Despite the spike in cases, our Douglas County COVID-19 Response Team, under the direction of the Douglas County Board of Commissioners, Dr. Bob Dannenhoffer, our Public Health Officer and Douglas Public Health Network staff continue to focus on COVID prevention, testing and education efforts. One Douglas County patient is being hospitalized out-of-the-area, and the remaining four are being hospitalized locally. We received good news yesterday that after 109 days, our hospitalized Douglas County COVID patient has been released from the hospital to a rehabilitation center, thus bringing our currently hospitalized number to zero. The first drive-through testing site was piloted in the county on March 17, 2020, there have been 1828 people tested in 89 drive-through clinics, while additional testing continues in hospitals, urgent cares and clinics. The Douglas County Board of Commissioners, Dr. Dannenhoffer, DPHN staff and the DCCRT Team extend our heartfelt condolences and sympathies to all family members, friends, relatives, co-workers and community members of those who have passed after contracting this deadly virus. Currently, there are SIX Douglas County COVID-19 patients that are being hospitalized. Our seventeenth COVID related death is a 91-year-old woman man who also passed away today, Monday, November 23, 2020, in Roseburg, Oregon. Patients without a Primary Care Provider, that are looking for a COVID-19 test should contact the Sutherlin Aviva Health Clinic at (541) 459-3788. The total number of cases (people with positive test results and presumptive) in Douglas County is now at 328*. Our thirty-fourth death is a 79-year-old man who was diagnosed with COVID on Monday, November 16, 2020, and passed away on Sunday, December 6, 2020. As a reminder, if you are having symptoms of COVID-19 including cough, fever, shortness of breath, muscle aches and pains, diarrhea, sore throat or decreased sense of smell and taste, talk to your health care provider about being tested for COVID-19. The total number of cases (people with positive test results and presumptive) in Douglas County is now at 613*. Isolation is recommended for confirmed and presumptive cases, quarantine is recommended for contacts of confirmed or presumptive cases. Previously, we used the OHA definition for recovered that considered people recovered if they were 10 days from onset and symptoms were improving. Please keep your family and friends healthy by celebrating safely this year by choosing virtual visits instead of in-person visits; sending presents instead of dropping them off in person; postponing holiday parties this year; keeping your holiday celebrations small; limiting interactions with others; safely shop and support local businesses; order take out or delivery from local restaurants; delay travel plans for after the holidays; wear a mask and most important, please stay home if you are sick. The drive-through clinics are led by DPHN, in conjunction with partner agencies including; Douglas County COVID-19 Response Team, Douglas County Board of Commissioners, Douglas County Sheriff’s Office, Douglas County Public Works, local volunteers and local health professionals. As of 12:00 pm Today, Friday, January 8, 2021, there are NINETEEN (19) people with new positive test results to report since our noon case update yesterday. Information on how and when this phase of COVID vaccines will be approved and distributed is still forthcoming. DPHN is following Oregon Health Authority’s policy related to outbreaks and will be reporting workplace outbreaks with 5 or more cases and only for workplaces where there are at least 30 employees. If you have not already heard the news, we are making changes to the weekly live COVID-19 question and answer sessions with Dr. Bob Dannenhoffer, our Douglas County Public Health Officer. Check with the applicable school district prior to making a decision based on these boundaries. There are two hospitalized COVID patients locally. Two Douglas County patients are hospitalized out-of-the-area and one is being hospitalized locally. Currently, DPHN is supporting 36 in isolation. It is Saturday, August 22, 2020, and as of 12:00 pm today, there are NO new positive test results since our noon case update yesterday. Since then, there have been 2,084 tests performed in local drive-through clinics, while additional testing continues in hospitals, urgent cares and clinics. This number represents a snapshot of the significant amount of work being done by our county and our public health to help control the spread of COVID-19. Please think of others right now.”, Dr. Bob Dannenhoffer added, “It doesn’t take very long to look around and discover that many people in your life, from your parents and grandparents, to siblings, to aunts, uncles and cousins, to neighbors, friends and coworkers, to students and classmates, have compromised immune systems from past or present illnesses or other health disorders. Day three with tips and ideas to safely celebrate your holidays and keep you and your family and friends safe from COVID this holiday season. She died this morning at the hospital. Our Douglas County COVID-19 Response Team, under the direction of the Douglas County Board of Commissioners, who administer our local public health program and oversee the work by Dr. Bob Dannenhoffer, our Douglas County Public Health Officer and Douglas Public Health Network, continue to devote all resources available to our local COVID response. The first drive-through testing site was piloted in the county on March 17, 2020, there have been 1142 people tested in 50 drive-through clinics, while additional testing continues in hospitals, urgent cares and clinics. As of 12:00 pm Today, Monday, November 30, 2020, there are THIRTY-THREE (33) people with new positive test results and ONE (1) presumptive that has been moved to positive with a positive test result since our noon case update yesterday*. Currently, there are FOURTEEN (14) Douglas County COVID-19 patients that are being hospitalized locally. Isolation is recommended for confirmed and presumptive cases, quarantine is recommended for contacts of confirmed or presumptive cases. The total number of cases (confirmed and presumptive) in Douglas County is now at 54. Patients without a Primary Care Provider, that are looking for a COVID-19 test should contact the Sutherlin Aviva Health Clinic at (541) 459-3788. The first drive-through testing site was piloted in the county on March 17, 2020, there have been 1877 people tested in 90 drive-through clinics, while additional testing continues in hospitals, urgent cares and clinics. The first positive case of COVID-19 in Douglas County was March 8, 2020 and we have since had a total of 179 cases of COVID-19 in Douglas County. Our sixteenth COVID related death is an 81-year-old man who passed away today, Monday, November 23, 2020, in Roseburg, Oregon. As of 12:00 pm today, Thursday, October 1, 2020, there are THREE people with new positive test results and TWO presumptives that have been moved to positive with positive test results since our noon case update yesterday. Our forty-second death is a 60-year-old man who was diagnosed with COVID-19 on Wednesday, November 11, 2020 and passed away on Sunday, January 3, 2021. Office: (541) 440-4014 | Fax: (541) 440-4003. “Douglas County today is reporting another COVID-related death of a local resident. The drive-through clinics are led by DPHN, in conjunction with partner agencies including; Douglas County COVID-19 Response Team, Douglas County Board of Commissioners, Douglas County Sheriff’s Office, Douglas County Public Works, local volunteers and local health professionals. The total number of cases (people with positive test results and presumptive) in Douglas County is now at 428*. As of 12:00 pm today, Tuesday, September 1, 2020, there is ONE person with a new positive test result since our noon case update yesterday. There are three hospitalized COVID patients. As of 12:00 pm today, Saturday, September 19, 2020, there are SIX people with new positive test results since our noon case update yesterday. Currently, staff is supporting an astonishing 714 total contacts in isolation or quarantine. As you can see from our Douglas County Weekly Positive Test Result Tracking Chart, which tracks the weekly positive test results since our first case was reported in early March, we have seen many up and down weeks, but most notably the unfortunate the spike in the middle of July. She tested positive for COVID-19 on August 9, 2020, and was initially hospitalized in Eugene and then transferred to Portland on Thursday, August 27, 2020. Isolation is recommended for confirmed and presumptive cases, quarantine is recommended for contacts of confirmed or presumptive cases. Our forty-first death is an 86-year-old woman who was diagnosed with COVID-19 on Wednesday, December 16, 2020, and passed away on Friday, January 1, 2021. That’s right, Dr. Bob is going to take the night off. Currently, staff is supporting an astounding 523 total contacts in isolation or quarantine. If you must travel, please be careful and be well informed of the risks involved. Currently, staff is supporting an astonishing 514 total contacts in isolation/quarantine. Patients without a Primary Care Provider, that are looking for a COVID-19 test should contact the Sutherlin Aviva Health Clinic at (541) 459-3788. We have decided to cancel the COVID Facebook Live event tomorrow night, Tuesday, November 3, 2020, due to scheduled nation-wide happenings. Currently, DPHN is supporting 166 cases in isolation, as well as another 495 contacts in quarantine in Douglas County. The first drive-through testing site was piloted in the county on March 17, 2020, there have been 1579 people tested in 77 drive-through clinics, while additional testing continues in hospitals, urgent cares and clinics. Try to avoid going door-to-door trick or treating where you have in-person contact with others passing out candy. Currently, there are TEN Douglas County COVID-19 patients that are being hospitalized locally. Dr. Bob Dannenhoffer, Douglas County Public Health Official, urges residents to stay home when they are sick to help protect others from getting sick and spreading disease. The drive-through clinics are led by DPHN, in conjunction with partner agencies including; Douglas County COVID-19 Response Team, Douglas County Board of Commissioners, Douglas County Sheriff’s Office, Douglas County Public Works, local volunteers and local health professionals. And remember to please follow these simple daily precautions as well: wash your hands, stay six feet apart and wear a mask where recommended. Our Douglas County Public Health Officer, Dr. Robert Dannenhoffer, has confirmed the death of another Douglas County resident from the COVID-19 virus. This number represents a snapshot of the significant amount of work being done locally to help control the spread of COVID-19. Our Douglas County Public Health Officer, Dr. Robert Dannenhoffer, has confirmed the death of another beloved Douglas County resident from the COVID-19 virus. Masks have been shown to slow the spread of COVID-19, because they help keep people who are infected from spreading respiratory droplets to others when they cough, sneeze, or talk. Previously, we used the OHA definition for recovered that considered people recovered if they were 10 days from onset and symptoms were improving. It is Thursday, July 9, 2020, and as of 12:00 pm today, there are TWO new confirmed cases of COVID-19 reported since our noon case update yesterday. While you may think that you are pretty healthy and the virus won’t attack you, the truth is there are people in your life that are in the extreme risk category, and could get seriously ill or die from COVID. As of 12:00 pm today, Friday, September 18, 2020, there are THREE people with new positive test results since our noon case update yesterday. We wanted to let you know that the US Center for Disease Control (CDC) is in charge of distributing, prioritizing and setting the guidelines the release of the COVID vaccines. The only way to reverse this trend is to take personal actions to keep yourselves and your loved ones safe. Patients without a Primary Care Provider, that are looking for a COVID-19 test should contact the Sutherlin Aviva Health Clinic at (541) 459-3788. The total number of cases (people with positive test results and presumptive) in Douglas County remains at 169*. Data from CDC and OHA show that traveling and coming into contact with people from other areas, especially COVID-19 hot spots, DOES significantly increase your chance of getting and spreading COVID-19. The total number of cases (people with positive test results and presumptive) in Douglas County is now at 1,474*. Currently, there are THREE Douglas County COVID-19 patients that are being hospitalized locally. During a media briefing yesterday, Deputy State Health Officer and State Epidemiologist Dr. Tom Jeanne said that cases have been caused by infections passed along at social gatherings, workplaces and long-term care facilities. Currently, there are ELEVEN (11) Douglas County COVID-19 patients that are being hospitalized, nine locally, and two out-of-the-area. The first drive-through testing site was piloted in the county on March 17, 2020. Take a leisurely walk and view the historical buildings depicting some of the area's colorful history. Isolation is recommended for confirmed and presumptive cases, quarantine is recommended for contacts of confirmed or presumptive cases. Currently, there are SEVEN Douglas County COVID-19 patients that are being hospitalized locally. The total number of cases (people with positive test results and presumptive) in Douglas County is now at 168*. Fourth COVID-19 Related Death of a Douglas County Resident. 522 SE Washington Avenue, Roseburg 541-492-5211 The first drive-through testing site was piloted in the county on March 17, 2020, there have been 1747 people tested in 87 drive-through clinics, while additional testing continues in hospitals, urgent cares and clinics. **Please note: OHA has changed how they are tracking and reporting negative test results, and we hope to have an updated number for you tomorrow. One Douglas County patient is being hospitalized out-of-the-area, and the remaining five are being hospitalized locally. Currently, DPHN is supporting 79 cases in isolation, as well as another 435 contacts in quarantine in Douglas County. 42 new cases yesterday. The total number of cases (people with positive test results and presumptive) in Douglas County is now at 1,222*. It is Friday, August 28, 2020, and as of 12:00 pm today, there are NO new positive test results since our noon case update yesterday. This weekend we also exceeded the 500 mark with people that are being supported in isolation and quarantine, but today we broke that record again with 589 COVID cases that are being supported in isolation and quarantine. As of 12:00 pm today, Sunday, September 13, 2020, there is ONE person with a new positive test result since our noon case update yesterday. Our Douglas County COVID-19 Response Team, under the direction of the Douglas County Board of Commissioners, Dr. Bob Dannenhoffer, our Public Health Officer and Douglas Public Health Network continue to devote all resources available to our local COVID efforts. Currently, DPHN is supporting 182 cases in isolation, as well as another 327 contacts in quarantine in Douglas County. The next drive-through testing clinic will be Today, Friday, December 18, 2020, in Roseburg. The exponential growth in unrelated cases is affecting a wide number of schools, care centers, and workplaces in all parts of the county. This means not only staying home from work and school but also staying home from all other activities and social events. Local Cases Being Supported in Isolation and Quarantine. The January vaccine distribution looks like it will continue to be for front line health care workers and people who live or work in long-term care or skilled nursing facilities. Isolation is recommended for confirmed and presumptive cases, quarantine is recommended for contacts of confirmed or presumptive cases. Isolation is recommended for confirmed and presumptive cases, quarantine is recommended for contacts of confirmed or presumptive cases. The next drive-through testing clinic will be Today, Friday, January 8, 2021, in Roseburg. In Douglas County, OR 26.3% of the people voted Democrat in the last presidential election, 64.6% voted for the Republican Party, and the remaining 9.0% voted Independent.. Douglas county voted Republican in the last five Presidential elections. The total number of cases (people with positive test results and presumptive) in Douglas County is now at 1,090*. The drive-through clinics are led by DPHN, in conjunction with partner agencies including; Douglas County COVID-19 Response Team, Douglas County Board of Commissioners, Douglas County Sheriff’s Office, Douglas County Public Works, local volunteers and local health professionals. The first drive-through testing site was piloted in the county on March 17, 2020, there have been 1142 people tested in 51 drive-through clinics, while additional testing continues in hospitals, urgent cares and clinics. The U.S. Center for Disease Control (CDC), along with Federal and State Health partners are in charge of distributing, prioritizing and establishing the guidelines for the release of the COVID vaccines. Our twelfth COVID related death is an 86-year-old man who passed away today, Tuesday, November 17, 2020, in Roseburg, Oregon. Patients without a Primary Care Provider that is looking for a COVID-19 test should contact the Sutherlin Aviva Health Clinic at (541) 459-3788. On December 20, the vaccine advisory council to the CDC voted to propose Phase 1B of COVID vaccine distribution. Currently, the staff is supporting an astounding 324 total contacts in isolation or quarantine. The next drive-through testing clinic will be Today, Tuesday, November 24, 2020, in Roseburg. The most recent cases can be attributed to travel and unwitting and unintentional behavior by residents choosing to attend or host social gatherings where COVID-19 guidelines for social distancing, food preparation, hand washing and masks are not being followed. Currently, DPHN is supporting 171 cases in isolation, as well as another 280 contacts in quarantine in Douglas County. Congratulations Douglas County, we have successfully met the county metric guidelines for our schools to reopen according to Oregon Health Authority and Oregon Department of Education’s, Ready Schools, Safe Learners initiative. -The business must have 25 or fewer employees. It is definitely not the time to forgo your preventative COVID-19 health and safety measures. As more is learned about COVID, the clinical definition of recovery is evolving. Twelfth COVID-19 Related Death of a Douglas County Resident. In the meantime, we ask that you be patient and continue to follow the well-documented recommendations for COVID safety. As a reminder, if you are having symptoms of COVID-19 including cough, fever, shortness of breath, muscle aches and pains, diarrhea, sore throat or decreased sense of smell and taste, talk to your health care provider about being tested for COVID-19. The total number of cases (people with positive test results and presumptive) in Douglas County is now at 858*. We added the number of those in isolation that roughly correlates with the number of active cases. Our Douglas County Public Health Officer, Dr. Robert Dannenhoffer, has confirmed the death of our ninth Douglas County resident from the COVID-19 virus. The total number of cases (people with positive test results and presumptive) in Douglas County is now at 1,179*. As more is learned about COVID, the clinical definition of recovery is evolving. Our Douglas County COVID-19 Response Team, under the direction of the Douglas County Board of Commissioners, Dr. Bob Dannenhoffer, our Public Health Officer and Douglas Public Health Network continue to devote all resources available to our local COVID efforts. Health experts across the globe say the evidence is clear that masks can help prevent the spread of COVID-19, and that the more people wearing masks, the better. Testing continues, as DPHN has been holding 2-3 clinics a week and hospitals, urgent cares and clinics continue to test. Our Douglas County COVID-19 Response Team, under the direction of the Douglas County Board of Commissioners, who administer our local public health and oversee the work by Dr. Bob Dannenhoffer, our Douglas County Public Health Officer and Douglas Public Health Network, continue to devote all resources available to our local COVID response. Currently, staff is supporting an astonishing 467 total contacts in isolation/quarantine. As of 12:00 pm today, Friday, September 25, 2020, there are TWO people with new positive test results and TWO presumptives have been MOVED to positives with positive test results since our noon case update yesterday. Make a pack with yourself to take better care of you in 2021, with the biggest being knowing when you need to ask for help to manage your stress and anxiety. In the interest of privacy for the loved ones of this beloved resident, no additional information will be released. Currently, DPHN is supporting 10 cases in isolation. Please, choose to mask up Douglas County, and remember to Celebrate the Season in Style. As of 12:00 pm today, Saturday, September 26, 2020, there are FOUR people with new positive test results since our noon case update yesterday. Due to the evolving nature of this definition, we have removed the column in our chart listing our recovered cases. The total number of cases (people with positive test results and presumptive) in Douglas County remains at 160*. The drive-through clinics are led by DPHN, in conjunction with partner agencies including; Douglas County COVID-19 Response Team, Douglas County Board of Commissioners, Douglas County Sheriff’s Office, Douglas County Public Works, local volunteers and local health professionals. Please be safe in all you do, not just for yourself, but for the health and safety of others, especially those that already have a compromised immune system. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommend six daily habits that can help you avoid sickness and prevent the spread of viruses to others too. Another day with a big increase in cases. We added the number of those in isolation that roughly correlates with the number of active cases. Each death related to COVID-19 is painful for all Douglas County residents, and a sad reminder of the terrible impact COVID-19 has had in our local communities. The bottom line is that each and every person needs to take personal responsibility for their actions and adopt the proper precautionary measures to prevent the spread of COVID-19. Our Douglas County COVID-19 Response Team, under the direction of the Douglas County Board of Commissioners, who administer our local public health program and oversee the work by Dr. Bob Dannenhoffer, our Douglas County Public Health Officer and Douglas Public Health Network, continue to devote all resources available to our local COVID response. The total number of cases (people with positive test results and presumptive) in Douglas County is now at 159*. Currently, there are FOUR Douglas County COVID-19 patients that are being hospitalized. Our Douglas County COVID-19 Response Team, under the direction of the Douglas County Board of Commissioners, who administer our local public health and oversee the work by Dr. Bob Dannenhoffer, our Douglas County Public Health Officer and Douglas Public Health Network, continue to devote all resources available to our local COVID response. Currently, there are FOUR Douglas County COVID-19 patients that are being hospitalized. Currently, DPHN is supporting 158 cases in isolation, as well as another 157 contacts in quarantine in Douglas County. Remember to continue to exercise caution and patience with others! In the interest of privacy for the loved ones of this beloved resident, no additional information will be released. 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