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Oregon recorded 457 new cases of COVID-19 Friday, the highest single-day total since the pandemic began.

And that record-setting day followed Thursday’s report of 392 new Oregon cases.

Sep 26 2020
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The administration is seeking approval to spend nearly $70 million on salaries just months after imposing cuts as a pandemic austerity measure.

Sep 24 2020

A study based on interviews with 200 workers found they lacked personal protective equipment, social distancing rules at work sites were lax and they had inconsistent access to COVID-19 tests. 

Sep 23 2020
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Numbers released by the Oregon Health Authority show expected declines after the pandemic hit but do not include an infusion of federal cash or revenue from the resumption of nonemergency procedures.

Sep 23 2020
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Federal officials focused on four coordinated care organizations operating in 2016 and 2017. The Oregon Health Authority said it is now trying to hold them more accountable. 

Sep 23 2020
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Sen. Sara Gelser said plans to improve Oregon’s widely criticized behavioral health system did nothing for a segment of the population.

Sep 23 2020
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The university has backtracked on its plan to raise tuition by up to 7% and withdraw a promise to freeze tuition, after lawmakers kept the university’s funding largely intact.

Sep 23 2020
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The move marks another redo by the authority over policies created without the input from minorities and communities of color.

Sep 23 2020
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The Oregon Health Authority awarded $6 million to Oregon Health & Science University for a plan that was hastily put together and then scrapped; now it's banking on a $1.2 million project by Oregon State University.

Sep 22 2020

When the wildfires hit, testing plummeted so officials don’t really know what the current COVID-19 trend is in Oregon.

Sep 21 2020

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