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Coronavirus (COVID-19) in Clackamas County

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We want to emphasize the importance of everyone continuing to protect the health of our community by following public health guidelines. Stay home, be well and stay connected. Together we are flattening the curve.

Preventing COVID-19 while coping with the wildfires in Clackamas County.

Reopening plans, prevention and response protocols, and more.

N95 masks, procedure masks, face shields, hand sanitizer and more.

Information about testing and where to find it.

Governor Kate Brown has announced new requirements, see details about moving into Phase II.

Learn why and where to wear a face covering or mask

Find organizations collecting and distributing resources to the community.

About the virus and how to stay safe.

Videos to inform and educate.

Reopening details by department and division

For our community
For our businesses

To protect yourself, your family and your coworkers

Wash hands

Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds.

Use a tissue

Cover your mouth with a tissue, sleeve, or elbow — not hands — when you cough or sneeze.

Stay home

Stay home if you’re sick.

Stay healthy

Keep your immune system strong by eating a healthy diet, getting enough sleep, regular exercise, and  taking care of underlying health conditions.

Practice Social Distancing

Increase the physical space between yourself and the people around you in public to about 6 feet.

Wear a mask

Wear a face mask when you're in public and it's difficult to maintain social distancing.

Email:eocpic@clackamas.us

Office Hours:

Clackamas County Call Center
503-655-8224
Monday through Friday
8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Regional Information
2-1-1

Clackamas County Crisis and Support Line
503-655-8585

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
1-800-273-TALK

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