Therapy dog stops by to cheer on public health and county staff at Multnomah County Emergency Operation Center
Novel Coronavirus COVID-19 News
Staggering numbers reflect a skyrocketing demand for food resources as communities across Multnomah County cope with COVID-19.
In Oregon, more than half of those known to have died of the virus lived in a state-licensed long term care facility. Multnomah County is home to 33 of those.
State and local health officials talk about what communities can do to slow the spread and raise their voice
Los funcionarios de salud estatales y locales hablan sobre lo que las comunidades pueden hacer para aminorar la propagación y aumentar la comunicación.
If someone claims to be a county health inspector, asks for your credit card information, do not provide.
Multnomah County's declaration of emergency has been extended for 90 more days. The order maintains the additional tools critical to the County’s ability to properly address the threats of COVID-19.
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 physical distance still best protection
Lead Bridge Operator Aysha Ghazoul shares her reflections during the COVID19 pandemic