JACKSON CO., Ore. — Being in the ‘high risk’ category has allowed businesses to partially re-open business in Jackson County and get back to a sense of normalcy, but if COVID cases don’t get under control, they could shut back ...

MEDFORD, Ore.- Community collaboration has been the theme of vaccination in Jackson County. “There is a number of other smaller entities in the community that really banded together to do what is best for the community and try to vaccinate ...

OREGON- As we enter March, many people are looking back on the past year of living in a pandemic. It was one year ago yesterday that Oregon had its first case. County health officials say there is a lot we ...

JACKSON COUNTY, Ore —Jackson County Public Health is investigating a COVID-19 outbreak, associated with Jackson County Fire District #3. The Fire Chief says in early January one of his firefighters tested positive for COVID-19. Soon after, it spread to 6 ...

MEDFORD, Ore.– Jackson County has recorded more deaths caused by covid-19 than any other Southern Oregon County. Jackson county public health reported on Saturday, the 100th victim of the disease was a 93 year old woman, who had underlying health ...

JACKSON CO.- Jackson County Public Health is lifting the Yellow Alert for accidental overdoses related to illicit opioids such as heroin in Jackson County. A yellow alert is a warning. The warning is issued because Jackson County Public Health has ...

CENTRAL POINT, Ore. – State and local health officials are caught by surprise after the federal government said there is no government stockpile of the COVID-19 vaccine. Jackson and Josephine County are still planning on rolling out vaccination clinics late ...

JACKSON COUNTY, Ore . — Jackson County Public Health is currently working on it’s plan to begin vaccinating residents. But it’s a ways away, from vaccinating the public. Jackson County Public Health Officer, Dr. Jim Shames says the county’s plan ...

MEDFORD, Ore. — Covid-19 vaccinations are rolling out across the state and the country. But the process is not without its challenges. “It is coming in more slowly than we had hoped,” said Dr. Jim Shames, Jackson Co. health officer. Simple, is ...

MEDFORD, Ore. — It’s New Year’s Eve, a time we usually spend celebrating with family and friends. But health officials say the safest way to ring in the new year is at home. With Covid-19 rapidly spreading across the state, ...

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