1. Oregon health officials release more information about 3 people who tested positive for coronavirus  KGW.com
  2. Oregon won't meet expanded coronavirus testing guidelines because of demand, officials say  KATU
  3. Oregon insurers waive copays, deductibles for COVID-19 tests  KPTV.com
  4. Coronavirus in Oregon (March 6): Tests are limited, but many insurers agree to waive costs  OregonLive
  5. No New Oregon Coronavirus Cases, UW Cancels In-Person Classes  OPB News
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The Oregon Health Authority says it released the information because of public interest in coronavirus, also known as COVID-19.The Oregon Health Authority released the age range, gender, hospital status and conditions of the three people.

Oregon release more information about 3 coronavirus cases | kgw.com

Oregon health officials announced Thursday the state will not meet new Centers for Disease Control and Prevention guidelines that expand testing for the new coronavirus, or COVID19. The CDC announced Wednesday it would allow anyone to test for the novel coronavirus with doctor's orders. Testing was previously limited to travelers who recently visited areas with an outbreak, people exposed directly to a person with the disease, or hospitalized patients. Oregon health officials announced Thursday the state will not meet new Centers for Disease Control and Prevention guidelines that expand testing for the new coronavirus, or COVID19. The CDC announced Wednesday it would allow anyone to test for the novel coronavirus with doctor's orders. Testing was previously limited to travelers who recently visited areas with an outbreak, people exposed directly to a person with the disease, or hospitalized patients.

Oregon won't meet expanded coronavirus testing guidelines because of demand, officials say | KATU

Oregon won't meet expanded coronavirus testing guidelines because of demand, officials say

PORTLAND, OR (KPTV) - The Oregon Health Authority has released new information about the three people who have contracted COVID-19 in the state.PORTLAND, OR (KPTV) - The Oregon Health Authority has released new information about the three people who have contracted COVID-19 in the state.

Oregon Health Authority releases details on state’s COVID-19 patients | News | kptv.com

<p>Cases of the novel coronavirus remain at three in Oregon as of Friday morning.</p>

No New Oregon Coronavirus Cases, UW Cancels In-Person Classes . News | OPB

““PORTLAND, Ore.—Oregon Health Authority has confirmed its first, presumptive case of novel coronavirus, COVID-19, in an Oregon resident, public health officials announced today.” Statement: https://t.co/hqmJi3vYlU”

Carl Quintanilla on Twitter: "“PORTLAND, Ore.—Oregon Health Authority has confirmed its first, presumptive case of novel coronavirus, COVID-19, in an Oregon resident, public health officials announced today.” Statement: https://t.co/hqmJi3vYlU"

“APNEWSALERT: PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) — Gov. Kate Brown has confirmed the first case of coronavirus in Oregon.”

Jenn Dodd on Twitter: "APNEWSALERT: PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) — Gov. Kate Brown has confirmed the first case of coronavirus in Oregon."

State officials and insurance providers struck a deal to provide coronavirus testing for free to most Oregonians covered by insurance.

Coronavirus in Oregon (March 6): Tests are limited, but many insurers agree to waive costs - oregonlive.com

Oregon State Public Health Laboratory was overloaded Thursday with samples submitted for COVID-19 testing and did not reveal new test results Thursday as expected. The update was delayed "due to a large volume of samples" submitted to the state lab. The delay came the same week that testing became more accessible to Oregonians following announcements from Gov. Kate Brown and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The Oregon Health Authority has issued daily reports this week of testOregon State Public Health Laboratory was overloaded Thursday with samples submitted for COVID-19 testing and did not reveal new test results Thursday as expected. The update was delayed "due to a large volume of samples" submitted to the state lab. The delay came the same week that testing became more accessible to Oregonians following announcements from Gov. Kate Brown and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The Oregon Health Authority has issued daily reports this week of test

Oregon sees high volume of COVID-19 tests, and they're becoming more accessible - News - The Register-Guard - Eugene, OR

Meanwhile, Oregon doctors have reported being frustrated at the lack of test kits available to them.

Oregon is Testing Just 10 to 20 Coronavirus Kits A Day, Despite Having Capacity to Test 80 - Willamette Week