Masks and What You Need to Know

***On Wednesday, June 30, 2021, all remaining COVID-19 health and safety restrictions will be lifted by the Governor. As of July 12, some City offices are open to the public and City Council meetings will be held in person. This website will be kept live as an archive of actions taken during the COVID-19 pandemic.***
CDC Mask Info

For more CDC information on masks including how to make your own, go to
Oregon Health Authority released a press release on April 4 on when and what kind of masks to wear:
 Oregon Guidance on Use of Homemade Masks or Face Coverings by the Public to Prevent Spread of COVID-19: April 4, 2020" Press Release 

Jackson County released recommendations on masks:
Masking Recommendations to Prevent the Spread of COVID-19​

The Asante Foundation is also requesting donations of personal protective equipment (PPE). 
Donations of the following will be accepted at the drop-off locations below:
  • N95 masks, both new and used
  • Handmade masks (Masks should include several layers of fabric, elastic ear loops and fit close to the face covering both the nose and mouth, and extend under the chin. It is preferred to have a mechanism to secure over the bridge of the nose.) Here is a recommended pattern
  • Protective face shields
  • Elastomeric masks (a type of reusable N95 mask)
  • General ISO masks/paper masks
  • Isolation gowns (disposable or reusable)
  • Latex-free exam gloves in all sizes (i.e. Nitrile) 
  • Disposable head covers/bonnets
  • Eye protection glasses or goggles​
Asante PPE Request

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