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COVID-19 Could Lead To 1.3 Million In Oregon On Medicaid, Study Says

Depending on the severity of the economic crisis induced by coronavirus, as many as 430,000 Oregonians could lose their employer-sponsored health plans in coming months, and most of those people – 320,000 – would turn to the Oregon Health Plan, the state’s version of Medicaid for low-income residents, a new report forecasts.

Oregon Medicaid Faces Potential Explosion In Demand

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Fallout from the coronavirus pandemic is likely to hit Oregon’s Medicaid program.

Oregon Receives More Coronavirus Money But Officials Leave Key Questions Unanswered

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A federal agency announced more funding for Oregon on Wednesday to grapple with the rising tide of COVID-19 cases as the state braces for a widening epidemic.

Public Health Officials Brace For More COVID-19 Cases In Oregon 

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The epicenter of Oregon’s response to COVID-19 is a team of about 60 people in the Oregon Health Authority’s agency operations center. 

Governor Announces Coronavirus Response Team As Epidemic Fears Grow

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Gov. Kate Brown on Friday announced the creation of a coronavirus response team to coordinate the state’s preparations for a possible outbreak of the respiratory disease in Oregon.

Oregon Announces First Case Of Coronavirus

Oregon announced its first case of coronavirus on Friday evening, becoming the last state on the West Coast to have at least one infection. There are multiple cases in Washington state and California but the source of the infection in this case, like two in California, is a mystery.

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