Health & Safety
Update 5/20/2020

Oregon Reopening Guidance - Transit Agencies
Oregon Department of Education - Summer School Guidance
Oregon Health Authority - Summer Camp Guidance
Oregon Reopening Guidance - Retail Stores
Oregon Reopening Guidance - Restraunts, Bars, Breweries...
Oregon Reopening Guidance - Phase One Guidelines
Oregon Reopening Guidance - Personal Services Providers
Oregon Reopening Guidance - Outdoor Recreation
Oregon Health Authority - Face Covering Use by the Public Guidance
Office of the Governor - Homelessness Guidance
Oregon Reopening Guidance - Fitness
Oregon Health Authority - General Guidance for Employers
Oregon Health Authority - Face Covering Guidance for Business, Transit, and the Public
North Central Public Health District - Home Isolation Checklist
CIS - Logistical Guidance for Reopening Local Government Buildings to the Public

Update 4/10/2020


Update 4/7/2020


New Global Level 4 Do Not Travel Advisory: 

The Department of State has advised that U.S. citizens avoid all international travel because of COVID-19. Citizens who remain in countries where commercial travel is available should arrange immediate return to the U.S. The situation surrounding COVID-19 is rapidly changing and as a result the Department of State's ability to provide assistance in arranging evacuation flights may become more limited. Learn more here.


Update 4/2/2020

Community Resource Directoryfor mental and physical health, economic impacts, and other daily needs 


DHS Updates: SNAP
The Oregon Department of Human Services recently provided updates on the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP).


The department announced that Oregonians who receive SNAP benefits can now purchase groceries online from Walmart and Amazon, providing an option for physical distancing. To review the announcement, click here.


Additionally, the federal government has temporarily expanded the SNAP program through the Families First Coronavirus Response Act, the second coronavirus response package. The act temporarily suspends SNAP time limits for a subset of the SNAP population who are required to seek work as a condition of receiving benefits. The changes begin April 1, 2020 and ends the month after the Secretary of Health and Human Services declares the COVID-19 state of emergency is lifted. To review this announcement, click here.


Refill your prescription online at Murray’s, Condon 

Help for Domestic Violence Situations

Find your local Self-Sufficiency Programs office at:

Find local Domestic Violence Prevention agencies here:


Apple, in partnership with CDC and White House released a coronavirus screening app and website
visit the website here or search "Apple COVID-19" in the AppStore

Senators Merkley and Wyden have developed COVID-19 resource pages for Oregonians seeking information on resources available to them.

Wasco, Sherman, and Gilliam County COVID-19 Updates

COVID-19 Cases in Oregon - Updated March 26,2020

Fact Sheet for the Coronavirus 2019

Stay Home, Save Lives!

Center for Disease Control – Coronavirus Disease 2019

Oregon Health Authority

North Central Public Health District

Columbia River Inter-Tribal Fish Commission resources

COVID-19 YouTube listings



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