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State Lifts COVID-19 Response Measures

In alignment with the federal COVID-19 public health emergency that ended May 11, the Oregon Health Authority (OHA) announced the lifting of health-protective measures, including:

  • Vaccination requirements: Ended for health care workers on May 11; Education requirement (teachers & staff) ends June 17.
  • Exposure, isolation guidance: A five-day period of isolation for those infected with COVID-19 also is no longer recommended for the general population, including people in K-12 education settings. Instead, stay home for until fever free to 24 hours and consider wearing a mask for 10 days.
  • School testing: Diagnostic testing resources for students and staff with symptoms or exposure to COVID-19 in schools will remain available through July 31, 2024

For a full list and further details on what is changing and what isn’t, click here.



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