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Oregon adjusts guidelines for wearing masks and physical distancing indoors and outdoors
Oregon Health Authority (OHA) released updated guidance about mask and physical distancing requirements for individuals fully vaccinated against COVID-19.
Now people who are fully vaccinated will no longer be required to wear a mask indoors, in most public settings where vaccination status is checked.
In public settings where vaccination status is not checked, masks will still be required.
Finally, businesses and venue operators remain free to establish their own, more restrictive policies regarding mask usage.
Here are links to the guidance:
Interim Guidance for Fully Vaccinated Individuals
Statewide Reopening Guidance – Masks, Face Coverings, Face Shields
When Oregon reaches 70% first dose vaccination rate for adults, most county and individual health and safety restrictions will lift.
Governor Kate Brown today extended her declaration of a state of emergency regarding COVID-19 for an additional 60 days, until June 28, 2021, unless earlier rescinded or extended.
Jackson County EXTREME RISK - Effective December 3, 2020
Reopening Guidance Documents
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