Available in 15 languages, offers recommendations, suggests local services
Novel Coronavirus COVID-19 News
A team of health inspectors have set about calling every licensed food service facility in the County. So far they've had 1,553 conversations.
The Board of County Commissioners heard about the Public Health division's critical, year-round role in community health through the lens of their ongoing response to COVID-19.
COVID-19 highlights chronic disease, vital prevention programs during Public Health Week 2020
Staying home, and maintaining social distance still best protection
Lead Bridge Operator Aysha Ghazoul shares her reflections during the COVID19 pandemic
Public health ramps up, shelters spread out and social services shift gears
Dashboard details how quickly the virus spreads, who gets sick and how sick they get
The introduction of COVID-19 has put a spotlight on a centuries old function of public health.
Sheriff Mike Reese says if someone feels they were mistreated or their rights were violated, they can make a complaint alleging misconduct.
As Multnomah County residents navigate Oregon’s stay-at-home order, domestic violence service providers have a message for survivors: We are still here for you.
People experiencing unsheltered homelessness are not subject to enforcement simply because they are in public and do not have a permanent home.