In this latest announcement by Gov. Kate Brown, which is likely to be the last one on risk levels, Jefferson, Klamath, and Marion move down to moderate risk.
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The proposal would give up to $2,000 to essential workers, including health care employees, but would phase out the money for higher-paid staff.
Jackson County will move down to moderate risk, with Polk County set to move to lower risk in the governor’s COVID-19 framework.
State officials still expect Oregon to reach a 70% vaccination rate for adults by the end of June.
Coyner will shepherd the negotiation of Oregon’s next five-year Medicaid agreement with the federal government.