Sustainable Living Center Oregon
Coronavirus is coming! It could be deadly. The Virus Angels are coming to help.
The Washington Dept of Health reports 72 deaths … 93 percent are over 60 years old,.
CLICK HERE for the latest data … http://www.Coronavirus.Gov
Coronavirus in Washington State
Updated on March 19, 2020 at 3:00 p.m
The Washington Dept of Health has broken down the cases by age range of the 72 deads on its website, with more than 93 percent of the deaths affecting Washingtonians who are at least 60 years old, and 59 percent are those who are 80 or older.
People below the age of 40 do catch the Coronavirus, but they do not die unless they have chronic medical conditions such as Heart disease, Diabetes, or Lung disease
Updated Mar 21, 2020; Posted Mar 20, 2020 …. 66 of the 115 positive patients are older than the age of 55, 34 patients are between ages 35 and 54, six are between 25 and 34, four are between 18 and 24 and four others are under 17, according to state figures.
First individual was a 70-year-old man who died on Saturday (March 14) in Multnomah county.
Second individual also died on March 14. The patient was a 60-year-old woman who died at PeaceHealth Sacred Heart Medical Center at Riverbend in Springfield after having a heart attack. She was tested posthumously for COVID-19, and her test came back positive on Tuesday.
Third death was a 71-year-old Washington County man. Officials said he died March 17, a day after he received a positive result for COVID-19.
Fourth death was a 72 year-old Marion County woman tested positive on March 15 and died on March 20 at Kaiser Permanente Sunnyside Medical Center. She had underlying medical conditions.
Firth death was The individual was a veteran in his 90s with underlying medical conditions who tested positive on March 11. He died of COVID-19, the illness caused by the new coronavirus, on Sunday morning at the Edward C. Allworth Veterans’ Home in Lebanon.
Sixth COVID-19 death was a 78-year-old man in Clackamas County, who tested positive on March 15 and died Sunday at Kaiser Sunnyside Medical Center. He had underlying medical conditions.
Oregon’s seventh death was a 63-year-old man in Multnomah County who had underlying medical conditions and was not hospitalized at the time of death. He tested positive on March 16 and died Monday.
Oregon’s eighth death was a 90-year-old woman in Washington County, who tested positive last Thursday and died Monday at Providence St. Vincent Medical Center. She, too, had underlying medical conditions OHA said.
Oregon’s ninth coronavirus-related death was an 80-year-old woman in Clackamas County, according to OHA.
The state’s 10th death was a 73-year-old woman in Marion County. All 10 Oregonians to die from COVID-19 have had underlying medical conditions, according to state public health officials.
A 93-year-old man in Yamhill County died of COVID-19. He was the 13th fatality in the state. Though the state reported Saturday that the man had no underlying medical conditions, they amended the report Sunday to say he did have an underlying medical condition.
Oregon’s 14th COVID-19 death is a 91-year-old male in Yamhill County, who tested positive on March 20, and died March 29 at Providence Newberg Medical Center.
Oregon’s 15th COVID-19 death is an 80-year-old male in Clackamas County, who tested positive on March 22, and died March 29 at Legacy Meridian Park Medical Center.
The latest death was a 70-year-old woman in Multnomah County, who tested positive on March 27 and died at home two days later. Like all other people who have died in Oregon from the disease, the woman had underlying medical conditions. In Oregon, 19 people have died from the illness.
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In the absence of a vaccine or cure, the only known way to eradicate the virus is to isolate yourself and not get infected. If you are over 60, this is very important to Shelter-in-Place.
During past flu seasons, some members, over 70 years of age, of the Sustainable Living Center in Lincoln City have been practicing Shelter-in-Place for the last six years with no flu shot. CLICK HERE to see details of practices
At present, none of these members have had a cold or flu for six years.
The Center is providing a new service for people who need to Shelter-in-Place called Virus Angels. The Center is working with a local Lincoln City grocery store to provide pick-up and delivery service for the price of fuel.
The local grocery store provides an in-store shopper to gather your groceries. You must pay for your groceries by credit card.
The cost is $3.99 to have an in-store shopper pick your groceries. It is free, if you order over $100.
Choose a time between 10 AM and 7 PM, seven days a week, for the Center’s volunteer to pick up and deliver your groceries to your home.
Whatever You Want … All the same, products that would be available in the store are available on-line.
Whenever You Want …Your groceries will be ready and waiting for the Center’s volunteer. Your groceries are picked by in-store personal who select only the highest quality products.
The cost for the volunteer is the cost of fuel; Computed @ 15 miles/gallon per total miles driven. with a one gallon minimum. This fee is determined before any activities happen.
Fuel payment may be made by cash, check or free zellepay.com