SOUTHERN OREGON, —The OHA is reminding the community that Covid-19 is still very much present in the community. Health officials say the risk of exposure and infection exists in every Oregon community. The OHA says state-wide data shows test positivity ...

SALEM, Ore. – The Oregon Health Authority announced a plan to stop distributing daily media releases about COVID-19 statistics. Effective Monday, April 4, 2022, the OHA will no longer send out daily information about the number of COVID-19 cases, hospitalizations, ...

SALEM, Ore. – As mask mandates expire, the Oregon Health Authority announced what the next phase of the state’s pandemic response will look like. Friday, the OHA kicked off the “Resilience in Support of Equity” plan. RISE is a five-point ...

PORTLAND, Ore. — State health officials announcing today that Oregon will remove general mask requirements for indoor public places no later than March 31. However, on Monday Oregon Health Authority filed a new rule with the Oregon Secretary of State to ...

SALEM, Ore. – The Oregon Health Authority will file permanent rules requiring indoor masking in K-12 schools and vaccines for school employees. The OHA said the permanent rules replace the temporary rules which were set to expire Friday. “State health ...

SALEM, Ore. — The Oregon Health Authority proposed a plan to make indoor masking rules permanent. The proposed change comes as the temporary indoor masking mandate is set to expire in February. State Representatives Kim Wallan and Pam Marsh both ...

SALEM, Ore. – The Oregon Health Authority’s COVID-19 latest weekly report showed a record-smashing number of daily cases, surging hospitalizations, and a sharp rise in death with extremely high levels of positive COVID-19 tests. The OHA said during the week ...

SALEM, Ore. – To maintain in-person instruction at schools, the Oregon Health Authority and Oregon Department of Education are issuing a special “School Health Advisory” this month. The state already has a plan in place to keep kids in school ...

PORTLAND, Ore.— Oregon’s first three cases of Omicron-variant COVID-19 have been confirmed in Washington and Multnomah counties. Oregon Health & Science University Laboratory conducted the sequencing that detected the variant on Dec. 13. The samples the laboratory tested were from: ...

MEDFORD, Ore. — For the first time, parents now have the option of vaccinating their children against COVID-19 at the Jackson County Expo Vaccination Site. The vaccines are available for children aged 5 to 11-years-old. “There are about 28 million ...

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