All of Oregon will go under 2-week shutdown, Brown announces

Oregon Safe Start Plan

SALEM, Ore. — In a press conference Friday, Nov. 13 Gov. Kate Brown of Oregon announced that ALL Oregon counties will enter a 2-week shutdown.

Originally, the shutdown only applied to select counties. The change comes as cases are jumping across the country.

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Starting Nov. 18 restaurants and bars will be takeout only. Parks, schools, childcare, and some personal care like physical therapy will remain open.

Stores are allowed to remain open with a 75% capacity. Gyms however, are will have to shutdown.

Indoor church services will have a 25 person max during this time.

Two households or six people max for social gatherings.

Brown reiterated the importance of wearing a mask wherever you go.