OR sees 366 new COVID-19 cases on Sunday; no new deaths

Henrietta Brewer
October 26, 2020

Nevada health officials on Sunday reported almost 900 new COVID-19 cases with five additional deaths.

OH had its fourth straight record-setting day Saturday, reporting its highest number of coronavirus cases in a 24-hour span (2,858).

A statement released by the Ministry of Health says the five cases today include three additional global mariners in the Sudima Hotel Christchurch Airport.

Although Gov. Kate Brown has recently eased some restrictions, like allowing bowling alleys and skating rinks to reopen in the Portland area, she announced on Friday that Multnomah County is back on the "watch list", meaning public health officials will keep closer tabs on it.


Furthermore, there were 89 new COVID-19 hospitalizations reported statewide since Saturday and nine new ICU admissions, the Ohio Department of Health says.

The U.S. reported a single-day record of more than 83,000 infections on Friday. In the US, there are close to 8.6 million confirmed cases of coronavirus and almost 225,000 COVID-19 deaths.

Note: Some of the charts above are updated with new data daily, and after 24 hours, may not reflect the statistics at the time this story was published.

The numbers are reflective of the denotification of two confirmed cases of the virus.


255 cases are in Dublin, 147 in Cork, 77 in Galway, 54 in Kildare, 53 in Donegal and the remaining 439 cases are spread across 21 counties including the 45 in Limerick.

There are 538 people in treatment for COVID-19 in the hospital as of Sunday, including 109 in intensive care.

Yesterday laboratories completed 3,038 tests for COVID-19.

Dr Tony Holohan, Chief Medical Officer, Department of Health said: "If you're a confirmed case, have had a test or have symptoms of Covid-19, you must self-isolate for 10 days".


According to the South Dakota State University COVID-19 dashboard, as of noon Sunday, 23 students and two faculty/staff were self-reporting current (active) positive tests.

Other reports by iNewsToday

FOLLOW OUR NEWSPAPER