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Some parts of Oregon have no ICU beds left as COVID-19 cases surge


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Some parts of Oregon have no ICU beds left as COVID-19 cases surge

EUGENE, Ore. - Lane County reported 5 deaths and another 299 new infections on Monday as a surge of new COVID-19 cases continues.

The death toll in Lane County now stands at 186. Statewide, 3,036 people have died as of August 23, according to the Oregon Health Authority.

There are 116 people hospitalized in Lane County as of Monday with COVID-19.

Of those, 43 are in the ICU; 22 are on ventilators.

Only 52 of the 116 people receiving hospital care in Lane County are from here. The others are from outside of Lane County.

Lane County is considered part of Region 3 in Oregon, which also includes Douglas, Coos and Curry counties.

As of Monday, OHA says there are only 7 more adult ICU beds available across those 4 counties - 7% of the total beds. Ther are 85 non-ICU beds available, roughly 13% of the total beds.


The media keeps lying about Covid to everyone, here we have a democrat state with almost no ICU beds lefts. Almost 80 million people are still unvaccinated because democrats lied last year not to trust the vaccine.

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