KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. – A family in Klamath Falls called 911 in December 2020, asking for an ambulance. But when it arrived, they said paramedics wouldn’t take their family member to the hospital, because she had covid-19. “I want your ...

JACKSON COUNTY, Ore. —A new Covid-19 strain is making its way across the nation. Local health experts are weighing in on what this means for southern Oregon. Right now Jackson County Public Health says the BQ Omicron subvariants are the ...

JACKSON COUNTY, Ore. – Jackson County Public Health says we’re finally starting to see a decline in respiratory virus cases. Hospitals have been seeing an increase of patients coming in for flu, COVID-19 and RSV cases. But Jackson County Public Health ...

WASHINGTON, D.C. (CNN) – The U. S. will soon require negative COVID tests for individuals traveling from China to the U.S. as health officials are concerned about the rise in COVID-19 cases in China as well as the lack of ...

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Families across the country are facing a mounting problem as cases of COVID, flu, and RSV rise and there is not enough medicine to go around for both children and adults. Frustrations are high as pharmacy shelves, ...

JACKSON COUNTY, Ore. – Hospitals in our area are overwhelmed by people with respiratory viruses. Now, Jackson and Josephine county public health are looking at ways to keep people out of the emergency room. On Tuesday, it was announced that ...

MEDFORD, Ore. – Hospital systems in the Rogue Valley are reportedly strained due to high levels of respiratory infections. Public health officials said Asante, Providence, Jackson County Public Health, and Josephine County Public Health are collaborating on the surge of ...

SALEM, Ore. – Some health officials are calling it a ‘triple-demic.’ The flu, RSV and COVID are all surfacing in the community. On Thursday, the Oregon Health Authority shared just how dire the situation is for hospitals across the state. ...

SALEM, Ore. – Governor Kate Brown issued another executive order in an attempt to address the rising number of respiratory illnesses in Oregon. On the afternoon of Wednesday, December 7, the governor’s office issued the following statement: Governor Kate Brown ...

Author: Jared Cowley (KGW) PORTLAND, Ore. — The health officer for Multnomah County is asking everyone to start wearing face masks indoors when they’re around other people, at least through the end of the year, to help keep a rise ...

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