MEDFORD, Ore. — Jackson County reported three new positive cases of COVID-19 on Sunday, bringing the total to 90 in the county, according to Jackson County Public Health. It's the second straight day of new cases in Jackson County after seeing no new cases on Thursday or Friday.
NewsWatch 12 has reached out to county public health officials to see if these three new cases are related to the outbreak at Harry & David. At this point in time, we have not heard back from health officials. Stay with us for NewsWatch 12 at 5:00 and 6:00 tonight for updates.
Of the 90 total cases in Jackson County, 65 have recovered. There are now 25 active cases in the county as of Sunday.
Here's a breakdown of the 25 active cases in Jackson County:
- 1 child between the ages of 0-9
- 4 people 20-29
- 2 people 30-39
- 8 people 40-49
- 4 people 50-59
- 4 people 60-69
- 1 person 70-79
- 1 person 80+
60 percent of the currently active cases are in patients 49-years-old or younger, according to the demographic data available on the Jackson County Health & Human Services website.