The governor hopes a “solid majority” of Oregonians will be vaccinated by June, but she declines to put a number on that.
Gov. Kate Brown’s order on Tuesday comes as cases -- and hospitalizations -- continue to rise.
Federal health officials are investigating her death along with six other cases outside Oregon that included the death of a Virginia woman.
The bill would tie U.S. drug prices to a median price in 11 countries where prescriptions are much cheaper.
Eleven counties face more COVID-19 restrictions while the threat level is reduced for only two counties, Gov. Kate Brown announced.
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Everyone 16 and older will become eligible for COVID-19 vaccine on Monday, but state says it still faces difficulties reaching some groups, including Latinos.