SOUTHERN OREGON, —Hospitals are slowly getting some breathing room, from the Omicron variant. An Asante spokesperson, tells us it hopes that’s a telling sign, that case numbers will continue dropping. Another indicator is that Asante is seeing fewer people, across ...

JACKSON COUNTY, Ore. —Jackson County continues to break records for COVID-19 cases, it has 551 Wednesday. Jackson County Public Health says the surge in cases and people testing to return to work or travel, are pushing testing capacity to its limit. Providence Medford ...

JACKSON COUNTY, Ore. —Despite all the talk of late centered around the Omicron variant, Jackson County Public Health says hospitals are still dealing with the impact of the Delta variant. It brings stronger symptoms. With Delta hospitals were beyond capacity, ...

MEDFORD, Ore. – Since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, Asante has helped lift the financial burden off COVID-19 patients. Now with the recent surge, Asante says they’re expecting to lose money. “We’ve written off millions of dollars that we ...

MEDFORD, Ore — Local organization, ORD2 Indivisible, is giving back to overwhelmed Asante and Providence hospitals. Last Sunday, the organization launched the community based campaign, “WE CARE.” The organization says it was started in response to, “the alarming surge in ...

MEDFORD, Ore — The Oregon Army National Guard are moving in to help hospitals throughout Jackson and Josephine counties this weekend. Sectional leaders received a rundown from Providence and Asante officials Friday afternoon about their role. The leaders will go ...

ROGUE VALLEY, Ore — With hospitals on the brink of full capacity across the state, local members on the Oregon Army National Guard are gearing up to help with the crisis. During a press briefing Thursday, Governor Kate Brown and ...

JACKSON COUNTY, Ore. —The state is reporting a new record, 2,387 new Covid cases Thursday. Jackson County is leading the way again, with 416. The 2nd and 3rd most cases Thursday were in Multnomah and Lane Counties. They each had ...

MEDFORD, Ore. – With hospitals overwhelmed with COVID-19 patients, public health officials are trying to get more resources in our community. Public health hasn’t gotten word on when we’re getting more resources. That means if you’re sick with COVID-19 or ...

JACKSON COUNTY, Ore — Jackson County Public Health officials are calling in extra help as the state reinforces it’s mask mandates Friday. “If we could get a field hospital, and or the National Guard to help with this overflow of ...

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