Several cities in Oregon’s Tualatin Valley have organized expanded outdoor seating areas to allow extra space for people to dine at restaurants. This allows more people to enjoy their favorite businesses while abiding by physical distancing requirements.
New financial assistance will be available to agricultural workers in Oregon who have to quarantine due to exposure to COVID-19.
After two months of searching for a venue, Washington County will open a manged outdoor camp for the houseless in August.
Effective July 24, 2020, Oregonians age 5 and older must wear face coverings while inside public spaces and outside where physical distancing is not possible.
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Washington, Clackamas and Multnomah Counties will not move forward into Phase 2 of Oregon’s reopening framework. Read the full update.
It’s hard to believe that it’s been nearly four months since Governor Kate Brown issued the “Stay Home. Save Lives.” order. While the crisis is far from over in Oregon, we definitely are seeing some bright spots.
Oregon Governor Kate Brown has announced Washington County (Tualatin Valley) will be grouped together with Multnomah County and Clackamas County as a single unit for reopening phases going forward.
Oregon Governor Kate Brown has approved Washington County’s application to enter Phase 1 of the reopening plan on June 1.
The Oregon Restaurant and Lodging Association created an online database for Oregon restaurants offering takeout and/or delivery during COVID-19 restrictions.