Clatsop County on Friday reported seven new coronavirus cases.
The cases include a man in his 20s and a man in his 50s living in the northern part of the county. The others live in the southern part of the county and include a male and female between 10 and 19, two men in their 20s and a man in his 30s.
All seven were recovering at home.
The county has recorded 495 cases since March. According to the county, nine were hospitalized and two have died.
The Oregon Health Authority reported that the state has surpassed 100,000 infections, with 100,308 cases and 1,304 deaths statewide as of Friday morning.
"While this significant number reflects how widely the novel coronavirus has spread within our communities, I want to acknowledge every Oregonian who has been affected by this pandemic and thank the vast majority of Oregonians who’ve taken steps to protect their families, their neighbors, and the most vulnerable members of our communities," Rachael Banks, the health authority's public health director, said in a statement.
"COVID-19 hasn’t spread as fast as it has in most other states. But every infection, every hospitalization and every death are one too many. The safe and effective vaccines we’re distributing across the state offer real hope we can end this pandemic. But it’s too soon to drop our guard."