Oregon health official announces Halloween COVID death toll – Dateway

While announcing the number of deaths in the state of Oregon attributed to COVID-19, a public health official decided to dress up as a clown.

Although it’s less than a week before Halloween, many found it strange for the Dr to turn such a tragic subject into a laughter.

Dr. Claire Poche, pediatrician and senior health advisor for the Oregon Health Authority, took off her face mask to reveal full clown makeup.

In what sounded like a scene from “The Joker” or a sketch from “SNL,” Poche said in a monotonous voice, “Hello.” We thought we would start by giving you a brief update on where we are with COVID-19. “

“To date, there have been 38,160 cases of COVID-19 in Oregon, with 390 new cases reported today,” she continued. “Unfortunately, we are also reporting three deaths today, bringing the total number of COVID-19-related deaths statewide to 608.”

After the dark message, Poche immediately put his mask back on.

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Following death statistics provided by Poche, the video announcement passed to fellow Senior Advisor Shimi Sharief, who wore an animal baggy bodysuit inspired by a Japanese cartoon titled “My Neighbor Totoro”.

Sharief described “safe” ways to celebrate the party amid COVID-19.

One Twitter user summed up the video perfectly, saying, “Oregon. Literally run by clowns.

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