Monday, March 23, 2020

Gov. Brown Issues "Stay at Home" Executive Order

Oregon Governor Kate Brown issued an executive order aimed at keeping Oregonians in their homes to stop the spread of COVID-19. Effective immediately, Oregonians will no longer be able to gather in "non-essential social" groups. Only essential businesses may remain open. The list of essential businesses includes:


  • Cannabis stores
  • Bars, restaurants, and cafes (delivery & pickup only)
  • Childcare facilities with a limit of 10 children (priority must be given to children of first responders)

Governor Brown's order does not require businesses to close, but she urges employers to let their staff work remotely when possible. Read more.

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