SALEM – Oregon schools will remain closed through the end of April, extending by a month the original closure ordered last week by Gov. Kate Brown.
With the spread of the COVID-19 virus straining Oregon's economy and health care systems, legislative leaders are calling for a special legislative session to allocate money and pass laws to ease the outbreak's impact.
Oregon state and county health officials on Tuesday reported 19 new cases of the novel coronavirus, more than doubling the previous day’s tally of eight and bringing the number of known COVID-19 patients in the state to 66.
With nursing home residents at particular risk in the coronavirus pandemic, residents and their families and friends can discover which of the nation’s 15,000 facilities have been cited for infection-control violations in recent years through a Kaiser Health News lookup tool.
Two Clark County residents who contracted the coronavirus died Monday night, public health officials said.
With overpriced toilet paper and hand sanitizer now a problem in Oregon, the attorney general wants to protect consumers from price gouging.
No one knows what will happen in Oregon, but if the exponential spread of the coronavirus isn’t stopped, the picture won’t be pretty.
Oregon now has a total of 36 people who have been diagnosed with COVID-19, after the Oregon Health Authority announced six new presumptive positive cases of the novel coronavirus as of 10:30 a.m. today.