Guidance comes after researchers issued forecasts of how bad the outbreak could get without serious and swift intervention
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Disruptive and threatening behavior is harmful, counterproductive, and could be criminal.
Shelter system expands beds, locations to meet physical distancing guidance, plan for hospital surge
Monday’s announcement came just as President Trump called for limits on gathering to no more than 10 people and a four-week school closure.
A news briefing on the steps that Chair Deborah Kafoury and Mayor Ted Wheeler are taking to protect housing security during the COVID-19 outbreak will be Tuesday, March 17 at 9 a.m. at 616 NW Sixth.
With swift and decisive action, we all can help prevent the spread of the virus and “flatten the curve.”
We send our deepest sympathies to his family and friends throughout this season of grief.
Exception added to Public Charge rules, which make low-income immigrants potentially ineligible for permanent residency if they use some public services
The 70-year-old Multnomah County resident was hospitalized at the Portland Veterans’ Affairs Medical Center, tested positive on March 10, and died four days later.
Chair calls on community to come together through mail, calls and internet as county strengthens physical distancing policies
Early school closures best chance to slow COVID-19 virus.
Strict recommendations issued for workplace, schools; testing capacity ramps up