The Oregon Health Authority’s Wednesday COVID-19 numbers did not add any new confirmed or presumptive cases in Wasco or Hood River counties. Wasco County remains at 328 total cases for the pandemic, with 214 recovered, defined by the North Central Public Health District as 30 days after the onset of symptoms and in stable medical condition. Hood River County is currently at 268 total cases for the pandemic with 256 reported as out of isolation. Gilliam County is at eleven with three added to the recovered list for a total of seven, and all 18 of Sherman County’s cases are listed as recovered. The OHA reported 390 new confirmed and presumptive COVID cases on Wednesday, moving the total to 38,160. There were six deaths from between October 2 and Tuesday reported, moving that number to 608. Klickitat County remained at 215 total COVID cases on Tuesday but its number of active cases dropped to three, while Skamania County’s Monday numbers showed no active cases. The Washington Department of Health said it could not update its data on Sunday or Monday due to processing issues, but expects to resume today. Washington was at 93,035 total cases for the pandemic, with 2,190 deaths.