Lynne Terry and Ben Botkin
Oregon Health Authority officials said at a news briefing Tuesday that hospitals should not be vaccinating all employees but instead should be focused on staff who could become infected.
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Oregon’s vaccine rollout has been slow and inconsistent, with hospitals setting different policies on who to inoculate in the first round.
Complaints and unannounced inspections at Portland’s psychiatric emergency hospital found a range of problems, including patient sexual encounters, an attempted suicide, Facebook livestreaming, escapes, nurse shortages and more.