UPDATE: COVID-19 (11.13.20)
Governor Kate Brown, joint announcement with Governor Inslee (WA) and Governor Newsom (CA)
Oregon will see a 2-week pause beginning November 18, 2020 and these limits will be re-evaluated on December 2, 2020.
- Limiting restaurants and bars to take-out service only.
- Closing gyms and other indoor and outdoor recreational and entertainment facilities. City parks and playgrounds will remain open.
- Limiting grocery and retail stores to 75% capacity and encouraging curbside pickup service.
- Prohibiting visits at nursing homes and other long-term care facilities.
- Limiting social get togethers, whether indoors or out, to no more than six people from two households.
- Limiting worship services to 25 people when indoors and 50 people when outdoors.
- Limiting travel: “If you do not need to travel, you shouldn’t. This will be hard, especially with Thanksgiving around the corner. But the best way to keep your family safe is to stay close to home.”
Let’s Talk Disaster Resilience
By: Marge Jozsa, Coordinator, STCEVC
Gary Dunn, Chair of the STCEVC Emergency Communications Committee, Dan Sheridan, CERT Lead and myself met with our Tillamook County Emergency Manager, Gordon McCraw, Brian Jones from the Nestucca Rural Fire Protection District (NRFPD) and Commissioner Mary Faith Bell to discuss the Otis fire. Read the full article about the discussion.
ALERT! Please see the following link regarding Governor Brown’s new requirements for face coverings that go into effect on July 15th:
See information below if you are concerned you have COVID-19.
Do you need help with Groceries or Medications? If yes, see the notice below?
See the latest COVID-19 updates from the Oregon Health Authority
Interested in becoming a Ham. Virtual class is now being scheduled. If interested, let us know through our Contact Form:
There is a new link posted about a Missouri study on Facemasks.
See the article from the New Yorker called, ‘The Really Big One’, posted to our links page.
If you are concerned you may have COVID-19 symptoms
You can call the Tillamook County Nurse Hotline, 503-842-3940, Monday – Friday, 8:00am – 5:00pm. If needed, the nurse will give you the location of the Health Department’s mobile medical unit so you can be tested in the parking lot.
Outside of these times, call your nearest emergency room for guidance.
Remember the symptoms:
Although a fever technically is any body temperature above the normal of 98.6 F (37 C), in practice a person is usually not considered to have a significant fever until the temperature is above 100.4 F (38 C). Fever may occur with any type of infection or illness.