A study indicates that 3.4 percent of the Oregon Coast town could be infected with COVID-19
Oregon’s COVID-19 cases are rising, which means it’s important to travel and recreate responsibly this holiday weekend.
Oregon coronavirus updates, June 30: Gov. extends emergency 60 days; three more Marion County deaths;
We’ll update this story throughout the day with the latest news about coronavirus and its effects in Oregon on Tuesday, June 30.
These past three months have been extraordinarily stressful for the quarter of a million Oregonians who lost their jobs — and livelihoods — as a result of the pandemic. 49 more words
Working people are bearing the brunt of this global pandemic and economic crisis. The physical toll, death, pain, and suffering that Oregon’s frontline and essential workers have experienced is unprecedented. 32 more words
For decades, Oregon’s rural economies have experienced relentless economic downturns. The decline of the timber industry and the Great Recession hit rural places hard, and now, the COVID-19 crisis will also likely disproportionately affect Oregon’s rural and tribal economies, bringing long-term consequences with it. 7 more words