Concern for children amid the COVID-19 delta variant is contributing to a rising number of farmworker families getting vaccinated.
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.
With vaccine mandates in the offing, opponents turn to the claim that vaccination interferes with religious beliefs.
Since PeaceHealth announced its own deadlines, unions representing a swath of workers have leveled at least seven labor complaints.
More than 9 million people have enrolled in a program to share information about their health since getting the shot.
Telemedicine abortion options are on the rise, but advocates worry they don’t reach the patients who need them the most.
The northeastern Oregon county is protesting COVID-19 vaccine mandates in recognition of public outcry, saying mandates will worsen staffing shortages.
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.
In Eastern Oregon, only the Blue Mountain Hospital District in Grant County has received help since Gov. Kate Brown ordered the deployment of 1,500 troops.
Rural hospitals in areas of the U.S. where vaccination rates are already low are avoiding vaccine mandates for staff in order to attract workers.
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Cover All People will implement a $10 million program to provide health insurance to roughly 80,000 people who had no coverage.
State regulators approve an average 1.5% increase in rates for the individual and small-group commercial markets.
Local legislators say Gov. Kate Brown's mandates go too far, health workers and public employees to choose between a personal medical decision and their jobs.
Unlike earlier COVID-19 waves, doctors say patients are in their 20s, 30s, 40s and 50s and this wave is more severe than prior surges.
With the policy, Portland will become the latest major city requiring public workers to be vaccinated.