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Jackson County Moves Back to Extreme COVID-19 Risk on April 30
Posted: Wednesday, April 28, 2021

***As of May 4, the Governor has declared that Jackson County will move back into High Risk on May 7.***

Jackson County, along with 14 other Oregon counties, will move into the Extreme Risk category for COVID-19 on Friday, April 30. The move back into the Extreme Risk category is due to an increase in COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations. Each county's health and safety restrictions will be evaluated on a weekly basis with Extreme Risk counties potentially remaining there for a maximum of three weeks. For more information, on what will be available as we move back into Extreme Risk visit the Governor's website.

City offices will continue to be closed to walk-ins during this time, but staff are available via the phone and email for assistance. Please visit our directory to contact our offices. 

Governor Brown and the Oregon Legislature are working on a $20 million emergency relief package to immediately support businesses in Extreme Risk counties through the commercial rent relief program. Governor Brown is also encouraging everyone to get vaccinated. Vaccinations are available at the Jackson County Expo for everyone over 16 years of age. Visit (English) or (Spanish) or call 211 to make an appointment.

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