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On Day Two of the San Francisco Bay Area’s stay-at-home orders in March, Nohemi Jimenez got into her car in San Pablo, California, waved goodbye to her 3-year-old son and drove to her regular Wednesday dialysis appointment.

May 19 2020

A longtime employee of Oregon Health & Science University who was planning on retiring this year died last week of COVID-19.

May 18 2020

The state of Oregon is open for business again, but not in the way Gov. Kate Brown hoped.

May 18 2020

Shortages of critical supplies and equipment have been widely reported in Oregon and around the country during the emergency response to the novel coronavirus.

May 18 2020

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May 18 2020
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Vaccinations rates in children dropped across Oregon over the past two months as families sheltered in place during the pandemic and kept their children out of clinics.

May 18 2020

Johnson & Johnson researchers working on a vaccine against the coronavirus are “just like the heroes in the hospitals” fighting to save patients, J&J CEO Alex Gorsky said on the “Today” show a few weeks ago.

May 18 2020
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CareOregon and Providence Health & Services have called off their planned merger after their months-long talks deadlocked and amid a groundswell of opposition from local health care advocates and state and county officials.

May 18 2020

The longtime chair of the House health care committee, whose term was set to end in January, had been battling several health issues.

May 17 2020

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May 17 2020

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