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The governor's decision follows new federal guidance released Thursday, but the state has not yet explained how it applies to retailers, restaurants and other similar businesses.

May 13 2021

This week, CareOregon CEO Eric C. Hunter was  elected to be the Chair of the Portland Community Reinvestment Initiatives’ Board of  Directors. In this capacity, he will help guide the organization’s efforts to increase  access to affordable housing in the City of Portland.  

May 13 2021

Read the latest corporate and governmental news from around the Northwest.

May 13 2021
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More than half of Washington’s eligible population has received one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine, but that's much less than is needed to block the virus through herd immunity.

May 12 2021

But the expansion won’t alter the state’s decision to remove many social and business restrictions when 70% of the overall population 16 and older has been vaccinated.

May 12 2021
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The agreement, obtained by The Lund Report, makes a point of barring all parties from discussing the case.

May 12 2021

Currently, just under 60% of state residents 16 and older have received at least a first shot of the COVID-19 vaccine though rates are higher in Multnomah, Washington and some other counties.

May 11 2021
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A drop in demand increases pressure on public health officials to come up with new strategies to get people vaccinated.

May 10 2021
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The agreement, which includes a wage scale, marks a first for the union in a Providence Health and Services hospital in Oregon.

May 10 2021
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The FDA just approved the Pfizer vaccine for children ages 12 to 15, setting the stage for the potential vaccination of more than 150,000 more Oregonians.

May 10 2021

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