COVID-19 is spreading too quickly for contact tracing to work; focus on vaccines, masks, staying home if sick
Novel Coronavirus COVID-19 News
County redirects staff from contact tracing to expand vaccine access. Implores public: get boosted. Upgrade masks. Stay home if sick or exposed
Gov. Brown calls on 1 million Oregonians to get boosters; take other precautions to blunt impending surge
New omicron variant has scientists scrambling to learn more; officials urge boosters, masks, and keeping social gatherings small
All Multnomah County youth ages 5-19 can get vaccinated at any Student Health Center location
Multnomah County Health Department continues to refine its vaccination efforts, shifting to pediatric vaccines and smaller events focused on serving people from communities of color.
About 81 percent of county residents 18 and older—and about 71 percent of all residents—have received at least one dose.
Tips on how to reduce the spread of COVID-19 while celebrating holidays this season.
Public health plans for pediatric COVID-19 vaccinations, continue clinics to reach BIPOC teens, adults
Mask mandate goes into effect Friday; Also coming up: changes to County vaccine clinics coming in September
Beginning Aug. 13, everyone 5 and older must wear a face covering, regardless of vaccination status
All people 5 and older should wear mask in indoor public spaces, regardless of vaccine status