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COLUMBIA COUNTY DATA DASHBOARD
Weekly COVID-19 Cases* by Zip Codes(Click to view full-size image)
COVID-19 Vaccination Rates by Zip Codes(Click to view full-size image)
Weekly Cases* by Age Group(Click to view full-size image)
* The Columbia County Public Health Weekly COVID-19 Dashboard provides a summary of data collected between 3/6 and 3/13/2022. Arrows represent the week-over-week change for the associated data set.
EPI Curve(Click to view full-size image)
UPDATE: Weekly case update dashboard has been updated with Oregon Health Authority daily cases, cases by zip code, and cases and death by county dashboards.
ZIP Code level data represents where a person lives. It does not necessarily show where the disease was acquired. At this time, such information may lead to false confidence in areas with fewer recorded cases and unfounded fears in areas with more cases. For information about ZIP codes in other jurisdictions, sign up for weekly updates→
OHA is publishing data on cases at the ZIP code level. To protect patient privacy, ZIP coded with small populations or small numbers of cases will be aggregated. Cases from ZIP codes with fewer than 1,000 people will be reported as one number. ZIP codes that have few than 10 cases will be reported as "1-9". ZIP codes with no cases will have a "0". ZIP code populations were retrieved from the 2010 US Census Bureau ZIP Code.
Community Resource Directory→ (Food, housing, health care, children and families, mental health, small business support and much more)
Economic Relief→ Resources for questions about stimulus checks, unemployment, assistance with rent, morgage, utilities, and food resources.
211Info→ For general information regarding COVID-19 or for help getting food, paying bills or other assistance, call 211 or 1-866-698-6155. Text your zip code to 898211 (TXT211). Email firstname.lastname@example.org
Safe + Strong→ Resources and updates from the Oregon Health Authority (OHA). Available in multiple languages.
Oregon Deaf and Hard of Hearing Services→ COVID-19 ASL Video Links and Other Resources
Novel coronavirus is a virus strain that has only spread to people since December 2019. Also referred to as COVID-19 (Coronavirus Disease 2019), experts are working hard to understand the disease and how it spreads. There is no vaccine or treatment at this time.
We are learning more every day about how the virus spreads. It spreads mainly from close contact with an infected person via droplets released by coughs and sneezes. New evidence suggests that the virus can spread before symptoms are present. It is also possible to get sick by touching an infected surface then touching your eyes, nose or mouth.
Recommendations for when and how to use face coverings can be found here→.
Columbia County Public Health follows CDC and OHA guidelines around testing priorities and recommendations, which you can read about on the CDC's website→. Only a medical provider can determine if you meet the requirements for test. Please contact your medical provider with questions about testing.
Oregon Health Authority (OHA)→: The Oregon Health Authority has the latest data about COVID-19 in Oregon. You can sign up for email and social media updates,
World Health Organization (WHO)→: Visit this website for a global picture of the outbreak.