Coronavirus in Oregon (March 18): Governor takes more actions to stop ‘greater loss of life’
Gov. Kate Brown reiterated Tuesday that Oregonians need to take action now to slow coronavirus transmissions in order to avoid “a higher strain on our medical system and greater loss of life to this disease.”
Oregon Extends Coronavirus-Related School Closures Until April 28
schools will remain closed through April 28 under an executive order
Gov Download harmonica Linux. Kate Brown issued late Tuesday. The decision comes less than a week
after Brown closed schools a week early for spring break, with the
expectation of reopening them to students April 1.
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But it’s not clear what legislation will be considered
the continued outbreak of COVID-19 straining Oregon’s economy and
health care systems, legislative leaders are calling for a special
legislative session to allocate money and pass laws to ease the
Oregon again flubs message on when to expect greater coronavirus testing capacity
time the confusion stemmed directly from comments by Brown, in response
to a question from reporters about what was being done to increase
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Gov. Kate Brown Didn’t Move Aggressively in the Face of the Accelerating COVID-19 Pandemic. But She Was Pressed Into Action.
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As Unemployment Surges, Oregon Considers Easing Unemployment Benefit Standards
for unemployment benefits are surging into the Oregon Employment
Department as businesses are forced to shut down as a result of the
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logical question now on many people’s minds: Has the time come for a
societal lockdown? What does it look like? And how long would it last?
Coronavirus Test Shortages Are Undermining Oregon’s Response
capacity to test for COVID-19, the infection caused by coronavirus, has
remained tight and the prospects of significant expansion in the
near-term is low.
Oregon grocers, suppliers say there’s still enough food amid coronavirus shopping frenzy
people on the front lines like Sweany to Oregon’s food producers,
though, there’s a broad consensus the state’s grocery supply is
adequate. Shelves may be barren each evening, they say, but they’re
usually restocked every morning – and at some point people will run out
of space in their pantries for all the canned soup and rice they’ve been
Oregon woman who had coronavirus dies, county officials say
County officials announced Tuesday night that a woman in the county who
died Saturday is now believed to have died from COVID-19.
Kaiser to shut down clinics, office buildings, in anticipation of coronavirus onslaught
Permanente Northwest will temporarily close clinics and medical offices
in the Portland area Thursday and redeploy employees in those
facilities to Kaiser hospitals and urgent care clinics. It is another
step the health system is implementing in preparation of an expected
onslaught of patients infected with the COVID-19 coronavirus.
Stocks, oil sink again as recession fears batter markets and coronavirus spreads
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have been incredibly volatile for weeks as Wall Street and the White
House acknowledge an increasing risk of a recession due to the
coronavirus outbreak. The typical day this month has seen the stock
market swing up or down by 4.9%. Over the last decade, the median move
was just 0.4%.
Restaurateur Kurt Huffman On The Impossible Choice Facing Food Industry
For restaurant owners, the coronavirus pandemic has meant impossible choices.
Guess What Else Took a Hit From Coronavirus? Oregon’s Public Pensions
BOTTOM LINE: The COVID-19 pandemic could be a disaster for the state’s already massive unfunded pension liability.
Coffee Creek corrections officer sues ex-coworker, state for $7 million for Taser hazing
Oregon Department of Corrections officer is suing the state of Oregon,
his ex-coworker and corrections officials for $7 million after he was
attacked with a stun gun over a Facebook post.
Oregon water regulators exceeded authority, judge rules
water regulators exceeded their authority by shutting off wells within
500 feet of waterways in the Upper Klamath Basin last year, according to
Social distancing: Six virtual tours you can take if you’re stuck at home
even as we are keeping our distance from one another, it doesn’t mean
we’re completely confined to our own walls. With public spaces closing
and events over 50 people canceled, many entities have taken it upon
themselves to offer free virtual tours.