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Jackson County Public Health Announces No New COVID-19 Cases - May 7

Jackson County Public Health Announces No New COVID-19 Cases - May 7

Medford, Oregon] — May 7, 2020, Jackson County Public Health has no new COVID-19 cases to report. The confirmed COVID-19 case that Jackson County Public Health reported yesterday, May 6, 2020, was transferred to another state after residency was confirmed. Therefore, the last confirmed case in Jackson County was reported on April 24, 2020. This brings the total cases back to 49 in Jackson County.

At this time, there are no fatalities from COVID-19 reported in Jackson County. For demographic data on the total cases, please access the Jackson County HHS COVID-19 webpage. This data is located under the Jackson County Daily Situational Update tab.

If you need medical care, even for health reasons not related to COVID-19, it is important that you do not hesitate to access medical care, especially if it is an emergency. Call your doctor ahead of time to schedule an appointment; they may schedule a phone consultation or even use telemedicine in replacement of a face-to-face appointment. It is important to call the doctor’s office or urgent care centers before showing up to seek medical care. Ask your provider if filling your prescriptions for 60-days, thus minimizing the need to see the provider for prescription refills, is an option.  If you have a life-threatening emergency, please call 9-1-1 and seek medical attention immediately.

COVID-19 spreads between people who are in close contact (within 6ft) with one another, through droplets from coughing, sneezing, and even talking. In order to stop the spread of COVID-19 in our communities, staying home as much as possible and practicing physical distancing remain important strategies. It is also important to continue washing your hands frequently, use hand sanitizer if you do not have access to soap and water, stay home if you are sick, and wear an alternative mask when in public accessing essential services.

We can all continue to work together to keep our community healthy.  Jackson County Public Health wants to thank the community for acting during this time; your efforts have helped to keep the community safe and healthy.

For more information

The public can call 211-information with general questions

OHA Emerging Respiratory Disease page:    

CDC COVID-19 page:  

Jackson County Health and Human Services:    

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