Public health ramps up, shelters spread out and social services shift gears
Novel Coronavirus COVID-19 News
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.
Multnomah County resorts to old-fashioned U.S. mail to keep processing marriage licenses after office closure. Demand for marriage licenses continues, despite COVID-19.
The iconic Jupiter Hotel has offered Multnomah County all 81 of its rooms as part of an emergency push to space out the County’s shelter system.
Go virtual, exercise and take a break from the news to keep spirits up during isolation to slow spread of COVID-19.
Talk to a friend. Take a walk. Read a good book. The many ways to manage our fears during COVID-19.
New orders for individuals, businesses, outdoor spaces to slow COVID-19 spread
Staff temporarily shifts to telemedicine-first and consolidates clinics starting March 23