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JACKSON COUNTY, OREGON
10 S OAKDALE AVE
MEDFORD, OR 97501
April 19, 2021
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COVID Risk Level HIGH

Help Jackson County stay open by…

  • Wash hands with soap and water often.
  • Clean commonly touched surfaces and areas.
  • Ensuring physical space between yourself and others. 
  • Regularly screen yourself for symptoms.
  • Train all employees in safety requirements and expectations.
  • Wearing a face covering when you leave your home.
     

stay safe, wash hands, wear mask

Statewide Face Coverings
Statewide Mask, Face Covering, Face Shield Guidance
Updated December 3, 2020

Jackson County moves into HIGH Risk Level February 26, 2021

What will change under the High-Risk level?

  • Eating and Drinking Establishments: Indoor dining is allowed. Indoor not to exceed 25% maximum capacity occupancy or 50 people, whichever is smaller. Outdoor dining not to exceed 75 people maximum. Indoor and outdoor seating: 6 people per party and per table maximum, limit 2 households. 11:00 pm closing time.
  • Indoor Entertainment Establishments: Maximum 25% occupancy or 50 people total, whichever is smaller. 11:00 pm closing time.
  • Indoor Recreation & Fitness: Maximum 25% occupancy or 50 people total, whichever is smaller. Indoor full-contact sports prohibited.
  • Social and At-Home Gathering Size (Indoor): Maximum 6 people. Recommended limited: 2 household
  • Social and At-Home Gathering Size (Outdoor): Maximum 8 people.

Masks are required statewide at all times unless you are:

  • At your own residence.
  • In your own personal vehicle.
  • Under five (5) years of age.
  • Eating or drinking.
  • Engaged in an activity that makes wearing a mask, face covering or face shield not feasible, such as when taking a shower.
  • Sleeping.
  • In a private, individual workspace.
  • Removing the mask briefly because your identity needs to be confirmed by visual comparison, such as at a bank or if interacting with law enforcement.

If you have a medical condition that makes it hard to breathe or a disability that prevents you from wearing a mask, you can request an accommodation from the business or venue or transit authority.​

OHA does not recommend wearing a plastic face shield alone. While face shields can be very good at blocking droplets, they are not as good at stopping aerosols that can go around the shield. OHA recommends face shields only be used on a limited basis, for example when talking to someone who is deaf or hard of hearing and needs to read lips to communicate.

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