From Multnomah County:
July 26: Due to the recent rise in COVID-19 cases, Multnomah County Public Health strongly recommends that everyone five years of age and older wear masks in indoor public settings whether vaccinated or not.
Multnomah County Public Health strongly recommends that everyone age 5 and up wear a mask when in indoor public settings whether vaccinated or not. Read more about the mask advisory.
Masks and physical distancing are still required in
- airports and public transit
- adult and youth detention facilities
- healthcare settings
- shelters and transitional housing
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From Portland Parks & Recreation:
Out of an abundance of caution and with the health of our community in mind, we have made the decision to temporarily alter our services in response to COVID-19.
Based on the guidance of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the Oregon Health Authority, Portland Mayor Ted Wheeler, and local public health officials, Portland Parks & Recreation (PP&R) is closing all of its community centers and pools, and canceling all indoor PP&R activities, programs, and rentals. The tentative reopening date for the bureau’s indoor facilities is April 1, 2020.
PP&R has monitored the COVID-19 situation since it began. We continue to be in communication with and to follow the guidance of the Oregon Health Authority, Multnomah County Health Department, and the Portland Bureau of Emergency Management regarding the situation.
For more of the bureau’s COVID-19 information, please visit portlandoregon.gov/parks/covid-19
CLOSED/CANCELED THROUGH March 31 −
- All PP&R facilities: All community and arts centers, swimming pools, and sports facilities are closed through March 31, 2020.
- All PP&R indoor programs: All indoor recreation and athletic programs are canceled through March 31, 2020.
- PP&R facility rentals and permitted events in PP&R community centers: All indoor permitted events are canceled.
CURRENTLY OPEN OR PLANNED TO TAKE PLACE −
- All PP&R parks, playgrounds, golf courses, trails, and natural areas are currently open. Park visitors are encouraged to follow direction from public health agencies and elected officials around social distancing.
- PP&R outdoor activities and events with less than 250 people can go on as planned.
- PP&R will encourage participants at outdoor offerings and events to follow social distancing guidance.
We apologize for any inconvenience these changes may cause, and we will continue to update you about PP&R’s response to COVID-19.
From Oregon Health Authority:
Oregon announced its first presumptive case of novel coronavirus, COVID-19, on February 28, 2020. Health officials continue investigating as they urge good hand hygiene, covering coughs and staying home if you are sick.
For details on the case and advice to keep you and your family safe, please read the press release: