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Oregon Death Data

Updated November 4, 2021

Oregon State law requires a report of death to be completed for all deaths. These reports are the primary data source for the health information presented here.


Preliminary Death Data

 

View our dashboards for year-to-date death data by month, county, age, and manner of death. Medical examiner cases are also shown. Data are updated monthly.

Archived Final Tables

View final counts for data shown on this page:

Excess Deaths Dashboards

 

View our dashboards for weekly comparisons of 2020-21 mortality to historical averages. Data are shown statewide, by county, and by place of death. COVID-19 deaths are also shown.


More on COVID-19

Final Death Data

View our annual dashboards for final statistics on deaths in Oregon. 



Annual trends in mortality

Leading causes of mortality

County deaths

Injury deaths

Statewide mortality trends since 2010:
Number of deaths
Crude death rates
Age-adjusted death rates
Leading causes of death
Sex
Age
Years 2010-2019
Detailed views of single-year mortality data:
Number of deaths
Crude death rates
Median age
Years of potential life lost
Leading causes of death
Demographics
Month and place of death
Years 2017-2019
County-level mortality data:
Number of deaths
Crude death rates
Median age
Years of potential life lost
Leading causes of death
Demographics
County
Years 2017-2019
Fatal injuries, statewide and by county:
Number of deaths
Crude death rates
Years of potential life lost
Manner of death
Type of injury
Demographics
County
Years 2017-2019

About Death Data

The Center for Health Statistics registers only those vital events occurring in Oregon. However, information on Oregon resident deaths occurring out-of-state to is also collected through an interstate exchange agreement. Data may be tabulated by residence (where the person lived) or by occurrence (where the event occurred).



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