Warm Springs, OR — August 11, 2020
Contact: Louie Pitt, Jr.
Director Government Affairs & Planning
“As of 4:45pm on 8/11/2020 – Warm Springs Health and Wellness Center has sent in or tested 2285 Total Tests, 2016 Total Negative, 42 Test Pending, 212 Total Positive Cases, 15 Total Invalid, 23 Hospitalized, 17 Discharged, 4 deaths and 180 Recovered. Note – this data is not reconcile for patients not tested at the clinic, but tracked by Community Health. The lab is taking 24–48 hours for results and our maximum daily capacity for Rapid tests is 20-22. . The daily report from the WS Health and Wellness Center: 19 tested (19 Rapids – 0 State) 0 Positive- 0 deaths reported, 1 new hospitalization and 0 discharge 6 total remain hospitalized, with 2 on ventilator), 32 active cases.“ Hyllis D. Dauphinais, Sr., CEO, Warm Springs Health & Wellness Center, Ph: 541-553-6275
Thanks to the work in the State of Oregon Legislature, our State Representative Daniel Bonham, State Senator Lynn Findley and Speaker of the House Tina Kotek for additional funding to help Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs’ water infrastructure crisis. The additional amount of $4.2 million has been added. The Warm Springs Tribes have been working tirelessly to once again have clean drinking water.
A serious reminder that if you are positive with the Corona Virus-19, the Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs tribal government expects you to be responsible and isolate yourself……if not Ordinance 101 will allow detention of those that do not comply with ordered isolation/quarantine.
The Boil Water Notice is still in effect for Warm Springs Agency area. The agency water needs to be tested for drink ability and hopefully by this Friday it could be cleared. For more information contact: The
Branch of Public Utilities, Water and Wastewater division at (541)553-3246