July 20: Oregon Health Authority Reports 72 New COVID-19 Cases


The Oregon Health Authority today reported 72 new cases of COVID-19 for Umatilla County – an increase of 48 over Monday’s total.

The last time Umatilla County had as many as 72 cases was on Feb. 22.

Today’s new cases bring the county’s overall total to 9,001.

More details are available on the county’s COVID-19 dashboard.

Umatilla County officials reiterated their advice to residents to take precautions against the spread of coronavirus:

To protect your health and the health of others, be sure to wear a mask, wash your hands and practice social distancing. It is imperative that any person who is exhibiting symptoms of respiratory illness stay home. UCo Health continues to discover instances where individuals are continuing to work while sick. Now, more than ever, it is important for businesses to ensure that employees are not coming to work sick. Employees may feel internal and external pressure to work through mild illness. Businesses are encouraged to develop flexible leave policies to support employees who become ill and establish procedures for sending employees who are not feeling well home. Anyone who is exhibiting any symptoms of respiratory illness must stay home from work for 72-hours after all symptoms (fever, cough, shortness of breath, diarrhea, etc.) have resolved.


  1. Ppl are stupid! What part of shut the sit down and stay home don’t y’all understand! Life’s not going to end because we don’t have round up, or the fair, or any other gathering y’all think is so damn important. Guess lives don’t matter! Any!


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