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(Portland, OR)  --  Oregon is dealing with a record-breaking number of new coronavirus cases.  The Oregon Health Authority reported nearly 400 new cases of COVID-19 yesterday along with six new deaths.  The new case numbers broke Oregon's previous record for single-day increases of 375 set a week ago.  Officials say community gatherings and workplace outbreaks are contributing to the rising numbers.  Oregon has now had a total of eleven-thousand-188 cases of COVID-19 and 230 deaths since the pandemic began.

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