Multnomah County announced that the County received 1,300 doses of Moderna vaccine for COVID-19 this morning. The County is expecting another 3,000 doses of Pfizer vaccine in the coming days.
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City reviewing building permits; County hopes to break ground in spring 2021
Between Nov. 30, 2020 and Dec. 15, seven staff members who work in the Juvenile Services tested positive for COVID-19. Corrections Health worked closely with Public Health on any exposure to youth.
ll individuals in that unit were tested for COVID-19 yesterday. As of Dec. 23, an additional adult in custody tested positive, for a total of two adults in custody at Inverness.
In 2019, 113 people died in Multnomah County without an address or a home of their own; the highest since reporting began
On Dec. 17, 2020, the Juvenile Services Division was notified that a youth in detention, and an employee in the detention facility, tested positive for COVID-19.
Territory’s introduction to the LPSCC was the latest step in the process set in motion at January’s What Works in Public Safety Conference.
The votes reached across the continuum of services and strategies that Multnomah County leverages to prevent and end homelessness.
On Dec. 16, 2020, that an individual in-custody tested positive for COVID-19. Following the notification, the Sheriff’s Office, in coordination with Corrections Health, immediately acted.
East Multnomah County is on track to gain more than 100 units of affordable housing, thanks to a new agreement between the County and Home Forward, the region’s public housing authority.
The Multnomah County Board took several critical steps on Thursday, Dec. 17 to assure as many clients and community members as possible receive direct assistance through CARES Act funding.
Multnomah County’s Board of Commissioners approved a transfer of the county’s section of NW Cornelius Pass Road to the ODOT. It is expected to be completed in March 2021.