While some companies have delayed the return to in-person work, in other offices, immunosuppressed people are left to cobble together their own strategies to minimize their risks.
Oregon Gov. Kate Brown announced the deployment of up to 1,500 National Guard members who will assist at 20 hospitals around the state.
The Union County woman is one of only four Oregonians younger than 20 to die with COVID-19 since the pandemic began.
Before the start of fall classes on Sept. 27, students must show proof of COVID-19 vaccination.
As pharmaceutical companies declare a need for boosters, scientists and doctors emphasize that there’s no proof yet.
As of July 31, only 23% of those who are pregnant had received at least one dose of vaccine against the coronavirus, according to CDC statistics.
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The Oregon Health Authority is organizing a command structure to address the staffing and bed crisis facing hospitals swamped with COVID-19 cases.
The county executive order will take effect on Friday and will apply to everyone, whether they're vaccinated or not; violators could face a $1,000 fine.
Few breakthrough cases led to death, and the unvaccinated are six times more likely to catch COVID-19.