Reopening Oregon State

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:Effective July 24, 2020:  Statewide, regardless of your county’s phase, the maximum group size for indoor social get-togethers (like indoor dinner parties, birthday parties, graduation parties, celebrations of any kind, potlucks, book clubs, game nights, etc.) is 10 people. This does not apply to gatherings for civic, cultural, or faith-based purposes (for example, churches), venues, restaurants, bars, retail, entertainment facilities, fitness organizations, higher education institutions, schools, or child care programs. Statewide Gatherings Guidance

On May 7th, 2020 Governor Kate Brown announced a 3 phase plan to reopening Oregon.  This plan has established metrics for regions and counties to meet to advance to the next phase. All counties must submit plans for approval that address these guidelines to move to the next phase.  Additionally, Governor Brown has established guidelines for different business sectors to adhere to in order to promote the safety of all Oregonians. 

Governor's site for Reopening Oregon

Reopening Guidance Tool

Phase 2 Overview