1. Coronavirus in Oregon: 473 cases, 0 deaths as Lincoln County comes out ahead in vaccinations  OregonLive
  2. Oregon reports 473 new coronavirus cases as vaccine eligibility expands  KATU
  3. Oregon reports no new COVID-19 related deaths, 473 new cases  KTVZ
  4. All Oregonians 16+ now eligible for COVID-19 vaccine  KOIN 6
  5. Oregon reports 473 new COVID cases, zero new deaths  KGW.com
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More than 1 million Oregonians are now fully vaccinated.

Coronavirus in Oregon: 473 cases, 0 deaths as Lincoln County comes out ahead in vaccinations - oregonlive.com

The Oregon Health Authority reported 473 new coronavirus cases in the state, but no new deaths in Monday's report. This comes as the state opened up eligibility for the vaccine to all Oregonians over the age of 16. The latest report brings the state's total to 175,592 cases since the pandemic first began. The death toll remains unchanged as 2,460. Multnomah Countysaw the highest case counts in the latest report, with 135 new cases.The Oregon Health Authority reported 473 new coronavirus cases in the state, but no new deaths in Monday's report. This comes as the state opened up eligibility for the vaccine to all Oregonians over the age of 16. The latest report brings the state's total to 175,592 cases since the pandemic first began. The death toll remains unchanged as 2,460. Multnomah Countysaw the highest case counts in the latest report, with 135 new cases.

Oregon reports 473 new coronavirus cases as vaccine eligibility expands | KATU

Oregon reports 473 new coronavirus cases as vaccine eligibility expands

There are no new COVID-19 related deaths in Oregon, so the state’s death toll remains at 2,460, the Oregon Health Authority reported Monday.

Oregon reports no new COVID-19 related deaths, 473 new cases - KTVZ

PORTLAND, OR (KPTV) - The Oregon Health Authority reported 473 new confirmed and presumptive cases of COVID-19 in the state on Monday.PORTLAND, OR (KPTV) - The Oregon Health Authority reported 473 new confirmed and presumptive cases of COVID-19 in the state on Monday.

Oregon Health Authority reports 473 more cases of COVID-19, no new deaths | News | kptv.com

How many coronavirus cases and deaths are there in Oregon?State health officials said more than 1 million people in Oregon have completed their COVID-19 vaccine series.

Here's how many COVID cases and deaths are in Oregon | kgw.com

A wide population of Oregon State University students, staff and faculty are now eligible to receive a COVID-19 vaccination and all Oregonians over the age of 16 will be eligibleA wide population of Oregon State University students, staff and faculty are now eligible to receive a COVID-19 vaccination and all Oregonians over the age of 16 will be eligible

COVID-19 vaccination process is ‘very quick and easy’ | The Daily Barometer: Oregon State University Student Newspaper, Corvallis News, Crime and Beaver Sports | orangemedianetwork.com

The Oregon Health Authority reported more than 35,000 doses of the COVID-19 vaccine are being administered each day.The Oregon Health Authority reported more than 35,000 doses of the COVID-19 vaccine are being administered each day.

OHA: More than 35k doses of vaccine administered daily | KOIN.com

There are no new COVID-19-related deaths in Oregon, so the state’s death toll remains at 2,460, Oregon Health Authority reported Sunday.

Oregon reports no new COVID-19 related deaths, 628 new cases - KTVZ

Starting today—Monday, April 19—the vaccine floodgates are opening in Oregon. Governor Kate Brown has mandated that, as of today, everyone over the age of 16 is eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine. The rush to vaccinate everyone in Oregon has taken on a new sense of urgency thanks to new, dangerous variants of the virus sweeping the state, paired with the actions of those who are no longer following the safety advice of the CDC...Starting today—Monday, April 19—the vaccine floodgates are opening in Oregon. Governor Kate Brown has mandated that, as of today, everyone over the age of 16 is eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine. The rush to vaccinate everyone in Oregon has taken on a new sense of urgency thanks to new, dangerous variants of the virus sweeping the state, paired with the actions of those who are no longer following the safety advice of the CDC...

Where and How to Get Vaccinated Starting April 19 - Blogtown - Portland Mercury

LANE COUNTY, Ore. — As of Monday, all Oregonians age 16 and older are now eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine. There are several options to go about getting your shot. There's the public health website, where you can register for a vaccination clinic. If they're booked, consider a local pharmacy or call your doctor's office to schedule an appointment. Right now, Lane County Public Health is administering an average of 12,000 to 20,000 doses per week.LANE COUNTY, Ore. — As of Monday, all Oregonians age 16 and older are now eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine. There are several options to go about getting your shot. There's the public health website, where you can register for a vaccination clinic. If they're booked, consider a local pharmacy or call your doctor's office to schedule an appointment. Right now, Lane County Public Health is administering an average of 12,000 to 20,000 doses per week.

How to get your vaccine shot now that anyone 16 and older is eligible | KVAL

How to get your vaccine shot now that anyone 16 and older is eligible

EUGENE, Ore. — The bulk of Oregonians will be eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine starting this week. "April 19 is the magic day when everyone who's 16 and over in Oregon is now eligible to receive the vaccine. I think for a lot of people who have not been eligible, as of yet, this is a very momentous day,” said Jason Davis of lane County Public health. The wait is over. Monday all Oregonians will become eligible to get the coronavirus vaccine.EUGENE, Ore. — The bulk of Oregonians will be eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine starting this week. "April 19 is the magic day when everyone who's 16 and over in Oregon is now eligible to receive the vaccine. I think for a lot of people who have not been eligible, as of yet, this is a very momentous day,” said Jason Davis of lane County Public health. The wait is over. Monday all Oregonians will become eligible to get the coronavirus vaccine.

Any Oregonian age 16 and up to be eligible for COVID-19 vaccine on Monday | KVAL

Any Oregonian age 16 and up to be eligible for COVID-19 vaccine on Monday

Monday marks a significant milestone in the fight against coronavirus — everyone 16 and older in the state of Oregon is now eligible to receive a vaccine.Monday marks a significant milestone in the fight against coronavirus — everyone 16 and older in the state of Oregon is now eligible to receive a vaccine.

Oregon opens COVID-19 vaccine eligibility to everyone 16 and older

People in wealthier ZIP codes are far more likely to have gotten vaccines than Oregonians in poorer areas.

ZIP code data show vaccine disparities in Oregon based on income - OPB

Oregon Gov. Kate Brown Faces More COVID-19 Cases and Criticism Over Equitable Rollout of Vaccines - Willamette Week

The Oregon Health Authority reported 888 new coronavirus cases on Saturday--a new high in recent weeks. Multnomah County recorded the highest daily case count among Oregon's counties with 161 new cases. The only other county to record more than 100 cases was Washington County with 103. Clackamas and Deschutes counties reported just under 100 new virus cases. The new report brings the total number of COVID-19 cases found in Oregon to174,501.The Oregon Health Authority reported 888 new coronavirus cases on Saturday--a new high in recent weeks. Multnomah County recorded the highest daily case count among Oregon's counties with 161 new cases. The only other county to record more than 100 cases was Washington County with 103. Clackamas and Deschutes counties reported just under 100 new virus cases. The new report brings the total number of COVID-19 cases found in Oregon to174,501.

Oregon reports 888 new coronavirus cases, 3 more deaths | KATU

Oregon reports 888 new coronavirus cases, 3 more deaths

There are three new COVID-19 related deaths in Oregon, raising the state’s death toll to 2,460 -- and 888 new cases, the highest daily case count in 2 1/2 months, the Oregon Health Authority reported Saturday.

Oregon reports 3 more COVID-19 related deaths and 888 new cases, most since Feb. 1 - KTVZ