Clackamas County is following the health and safety framework that took effect Dec. 3, 2020. It uses four different risk levels for counties based on their level of COVID-19 spread — Extreme Risk, High Risk, Moderate Risk, and Lower Risk.
For more information on Oregon’s COVID-19 risk metrics, visit the Governor’s website.
Clackamas County Reopening Metrics
As of the week of Jan. 9, 2021, Clackamas County’s COVID-19 metrics place the county in the “Extreme spread” category.
|Our risk level|
|Disease activity||Minimal spread||Moderate spread||Substantial spread||Extreme spread|
|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 Clackamas County’s current rating.
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