PORTLAND, Ore-- The state of Oregon is nearing four million doses administered for Covid-19 vaccines, according to data collected by the Oregon Health Authority.
On Sunday OHA reported that 2,203,469 doses of Pfizer, 1,599,347 first and second doses of Moderna and 142,531 single doses of Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccines have been administered across the state. That totals up to a grand total of 3,945,347 doses administered across the state since vaccinations began.
However, new daily vaccination rates continue to decrease across the state. According to OHA on Sunday, 17,982 doses of new Covid-19 vaccine doses were added to the state's immunization registry. Of this total, only a little more than 8,100 doses were administered on Saturday while the rest were from previous days.
The seven-day running average also fell to 19,942 doses, that's according to the Covid-19 vaccine tracker on the Oregon Health Authority's website.
Even still, more people are getting the vaccine every day. As of Sunday, 1,843,416 people have completed their COVID-19 vaccine series, while 2,237,342 people have had at least one dose.
New Covid-19 cases across Oregon are also falling. On Sunday, OHA reported 257 new confirmed and presumptive cases of the virus along with 2 additional deaths. Those 257 cases reported is the lowest amount of new cases reported since Monday, when OHA reported 284 cases.
Covid-19 cases across Southern Oregon counties are also continuing to decrease. Klamath County reported its fourth week in a row of declining cases. Jackson County reported its second week in a row of declining cases and Josephine County tied for its lowest weekly Covid-19 total since November (56). Josephine County also reported 56 cases two weeks ago.