Governor Kate Brown Centralizes Online Information about Coronavirus


New website is a one-stop-shop resource to answer common coronavirus questions about health, schools, businesses, and more

SALEM — Oregon Governor Kate Brown has announced an online resource page available to all Oregonians seeking information about the coronavirus. Consider this page a one-stop shop to answer any and all questions Oregonians may have regarding the COVID-19 disease and its impact on individuals and on the state as a whole. Access the website at:

The Governor and her team created this site to provide answers to the questions at the forefront of the minds of many Oregonians. The sections are easy and accessible, divided into:

Health Information
Closures, Rules, and Recommendations
Resources for Employees
Resources for Employers
Other Resources
Federal Response

There are translations of most sources into multiple languages, so that a majority of Oregonians may benefit from the information. 

“It will take collaboration from folks across all sectors to get Oregon through this public health crisis,” Governor Brown said. “We need all hands on deck, and this is a good start.” 

Governor Brown and her staff will be updating the site regularly as the circumstances around this outbreak rapidly evolve. Keep checking back for the latest. 

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Sam West is the speechwriter and executive assistant to Oregon Governor Kate Brown.

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