Thank you! Clackamas County’s metrics have improved enough to move to a lower risk category
Beginning Friday, Feb. 26, Clackamas County moved to the "Moderate Risk" level, allowing further expansion of indoor capacities in many businesses.
The Oregon Health Authority’s complete guidance to businesses reopening is online.
On Feb. 26, 2021, Clackamas County moved to the "Moderate risk" level.
|Our risk level|
|Metric||Lower risk||Moderate risk||High risk||Extreme risk|
|Number of COVID-19 cases per 100,000 over 14 days
counties with 30,000 or more people
|less than 50||50 to 99||100 to 199||200+|
|% test positivity over previous 14 days||less than 5%||5 to 7%||8 to 9%||10%+|
Below is a trend of our metrics.
|Period||Cases/100,000 population||% test positivity|
Activities are allowed or limited based on the county’s risk category. Please visit the Governor’s website for the latest information on activities that may be limited by our current rating.
Don’t stop now!
What we’re doing now — wearing face coverings and keeping our distance, among others — is working. This is no time to stop protecting ourselves and others!
We can take this incremental step toward reopening because YOU did the hard work. But that trend is fragile. The virus is still circulating widely in our community, vaccine supply remains limited and most of our population remains unvaccinated.
Please continue to practice safety measures to protect our most vulnerable residents
If the county’s metrics worsen, then the old restrictions will have to be reintroduced. Nobody wants that!
- Wear a face covering
- Limit gatherings to small groups
- Keep at least 6 feet away from others outside your household
- Wash your hands
- Stay home if you’re sick
None of us is safe until all of us are safe.