Oregon Health Authority statistics on Wednesday reported five new confirmed or presumptive COVID-19 cases in Wasco County, four in Hood River County, and two in Gilliam County, with Hood River County seeing its second fatality from COVID-19 during the pandemic. Hood River County Health Officer Dr. Christopher Van Tilburg said in a Facebook video that the person who died was in their ninth decade of life. Wasco County is now at 426 total cases, with 315 listed as recovered by the North Central Public Health District using a 30-day standard since the onset of symptoms and in stable medical condition. Hood River County is now at 338 total cases for the pandemic, with the County Health Department indicating 308 are out of isolation. Gilliam County is now at 21 with 11 recovered.