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While mask use should help stifle the spread, experts say with schools resuming in-person learning, the flu may be more prevalent this year.
Paul Terdal is a Portland father of two boys with autism. For the last 12 years he has fought tirelessly to get help for his sons, and for every other Oregonian with autism.
The city attorney’s office advised city staff on Tuesday that the order was legally dubious.
Oregon’s hospitals are full and have been for several weeks. That isn’t going to change any time soon.
Distrust in government initiatives runs so deep that even some primary care providers may be advising eligible patients against getting the shots.
Despite federal warnings against using the drug ivermectin to treat or prevent COVID-19, the Oregon Poison Center is getting a lot of calls about it.
The mandate starts on Monday. It will not affect the UO’s Prefontaine Classic currently taking place at Hayward Field.
The hospital has four intensive care units, and they're all full. With more COVID19 patients on the way, managers are gearing up for "crisis standards of care" to stretch staff and set up new beds.
Oregon Gov. Kate Brown announced the deployment of up to 1,500 National Guard members who will assist at 20 hospitals around the state.