Confirmed virus cases continue to climb in Oregon

PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) — The number of confirmed coronavirus cases in Oregon reached a new second-highest daily number Saturday with 277 cases. Another death from coronavirus was also reported. Authorities say 202 people have died in the state due to COVID-19. The Oregon Health Authority reported the new cases Saturday, one case shy of the daily record, while going over eclipsing 8,000 total confirmed cases across the state. The Oregonian/OregonLive reports that officials did not list a reason for the large increase in cases, but cases have been increasing for a month.

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  1. This “surge” in “confirmed” cases is not even 0.00007 of the State of Oregon population.

    Brown says this increase is “alarming.”

    That is completely false, unless you are in an irrational, delusional state of mind.

    Brown is making the state comply with her delusion, and because masks are very, very bad for you, she’s physically harming four million people.

    That means an irrational, delusional person is openly hurting millions of us. That is assault and under the laws Brown agrees to, we are allowed to act to protect ourselves from her.

    Arrest her immediately before she can hurt any more of us.

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