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05 August 2020 - A judge issued new injunctions last week blocking the public charge immigration rule during the COVID-19 pandemic. This will allow immigrant communities across Oregon and the rest of the country to access critical health care and public benefits during the current health crisis.

05 August 2020 - The Oregon Department of Human Services has received approval by the federal Food and Nutrition Service to continue in August to provide increased food benefits and waive the interview requirement for new applicants

05 August 2020 - Oregon unemployment: What to do if you haven’t been paid?

05 August 2020 - COVID-19 outbreak reported at senior living facility in Lincoln City

05 August 2020 - Lincoln County applies for phase two

04 August 2020 - 08-04-2020 Outbreak at Hillside Place

03 August 2020 - Eviction ban extended through Oct. 1

03 August 2020 - Quarantine Fund For Oregon Farmworkers!

03 August 2020 - Ten Percent of Oregon’s COVID-19 Cases Are Children Under 18

2020 July

31 July 2020 - Tens of Thousands of Oregonians Awaiting Adjudication Could Receive "Benefits While You Wait"

30 July 2020 - Lincoln County removed from governor's watch list

29 July 2020 - Oregon’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OR-OSHA) has issued temporary rules requiring increased field sanitation measures, and more stringent labor housing and transportation regulations due to COVID-19. To support implementation of these regulations, the Oregon Department of Agriculture has announced that applications are available for the Food Security & Farmworker Safety Program.

28 July 2020 - Oregonians will continue to receive increased food benefits in August

24 July 2020 - New Statewide Mask Rules

24 July 2020 - Extra $600 federal unemployment benefits end in Oregon this week

24 July 2020 - Second round of sampling suggests significantly lower prevalence of SARS-CoV-2 in Newport

21 July 2020 - Lincoln County residents urged to enroll in statewide COVID-19 study

20 July 2020 - Oregon launches Google-based system to handle jobless claims from self-employed worker

17 July 2020 - Oregon immigrant communities have received more than $10 million in disaster relief through state-established fund

17 July 2020 - Sporadic COVID-19 cases drive spike in Oregon for three weeks straight

14 July 2020 - OHA to host live Q&A about COVID-19 data: 12:30 p.m. on Wednesday, July 15

14 July 2020 - Coronavirus infections rising fastest among kids younger than 10, dimming prospects for Oregon’s school reopening plans

14 July 2020 - Financial assistance to small businesses adversely affected by economic conditions associated with the COVID-19 pandemic that have not received federal emergency assistance under the federal CARES Act or other federal program for emergency pandemic funding.

13 July 2020 - Discussion on Oregon's small businesses and financial resiliency with State Representative Gomberg and Senator Roblam

13 July 2020 - Lincoln County: 0 New Cases. 1 Death (7 total).

13 July 2020 - Oregon's Mask Rules Expanding To Crowded Outdoor Spaces As COVID Cases Spike

13 July 2020 - New Oregon Law Bars Discrimination Against People With Disabilities During Pandemic

13 July 2020 - Amid Lincoln County COVID outbreak, community partners work to reach indigenous Guatemalan community

13 July 2020 - Tuesday, July 14, 2020 11:00 am : U.S. Senator Jeff Merkley's remote town hall

12 July 2020 - Lincoln County: 0 New Cases

11 July 2020 - Lincoln County: 1 New Case. 1 Death (6 Deaths Total Now).

10 July 2020 - Oregon’s coronavirus count reaches record-breaking heights with 389 new cases and 6 deaths on Thursday

10 July 2020 - Debunking COVID-19 (coronavirus) myths

10 July 2020 - Lincoln County: 0 New Cases

09 July 2020 - Lincoln County: Fifth Local COVID-19 Death

09 July 2020 - Lincoln County: 14 New Cases

09 July 2020 - Lincoln County Resource Quick Reference Guide

09 July 2020 - 20-Somethings Now Make Up 1 in 5 COVID Cases in Oregon

08 July 2020 - Lincoln County: 2 New Cases

07 July 2020 - Lincoln County: 1 New Case

07 July 2020 - Representative David Gomberg: If you are still waiting for news from a regular unemployment or PUA claim, please email us with your claim number and contact details. Email address: Rep.DavidGomberg@oregonlegislature.gov

07 July 2020 - Sen. Arnie Roblan, Tuesday, July 7 at 5:00pm on KXCR

06 July 2020 - Lincoln County: 0 New Cases

05 July 2020 - Lincoln County: 0 New Cases

04 July 2020 - Lincoln County Reports Fourth Local COVID-19 Death

03 July 2020 - Governor places Lincoln County on COVID-19 "watch list" for potential new restrictions

03 July 2020 - Lincoln County: 18 New Cases

02 July 2020 - Lincoln County Reports Third Local COVID-19 Death

02 July 2020 - Oregon governor issues ultimatum: Wear masks and slow coronavirus, or businesses may close and schools might not reopen

02 July 2020 - Eviction and foreclosure protections extended during COVID-19

01 July 2020 - Effort to Shield Businesses From COVID-19 Lawsuits Pushed to Next Oregon Special Session

01 July 2020 - Eager to avoid coronavirus lawsuits, some Oregon businesses are requiring customers to sign away their rights to sue

01 July 2020 - Coronavirus infections rising fastest among kids younger than 10, dimming prospects for Oregon’s school reopening plans

2020 June

30 June 2020 - Gov. Kate Brown extends virus state of emergency until Sept. 4

30 June 2020 - Lincoln County: 2 New Cases

30 June 2020 - Newport: Sampling suggests infection rate of 3.4 percent

29 June 2020 - Lincoln County: 0 New Cases

29 June 2020 - Governor Kate Brown Extends Face Coverings Requirement Statewide

27 June 2020 - Lincoln County: 2 New Cases

26 June 2020 - Second Drive Thru Pick Up Of Free Face Coverings Scheduled

26 June 2020 - Lincoln County Chambers to Distribute Face Coverings to Businesses

26 June 2020 - Lincoln County: 4 New Cases

26 June 2020 - Two Chinook Winds employees test positive for COVID-19

25 June 2020 - Lincoln County: 0 New Cases

25 June 2020 - Lincoln County drops mask exemption for people of color, citing racist backlash

24 June 2020 - Lincoln County: 9 New Cases

24 June 2020 - Frustrations mount for 70,000 self-employed Oregonians still awaiting jobless benefits

23 June 2020 - Governor Kate Brown Issues Face Covering Requirements for Indoor Public Spaces Effective June 24

23 June 2020 - A 63-year-old man is Lincoln County’s second reported COVID-19 related death.

22 June 2020 - Lincoln County's first COVID-19 death

21 June 2020 - Lincoln County: 25 New Cases Since Friday

20 June 2020 - Two more Lincoln County residents were hospitalized with COVID-19 this week, and four total have been placed in intensive care.

19 June 2020 - Lincoln County: 31 new cases

19 June 2020 - Finish OHP applications by July 2 or wait until July 6

18 June 2020 - Lincoln County: 4 new cases

18 June 2020 - Oregon has more than 70,000 unprocessed jobless claims from self-employed and contract workers

17 June 2020 - Lincoln County: 3 new cases

17 June 2020 - Governor Brown announces mask requirement in multiple Oregon counties

17 June 2020 - BEWARE OF COVID-19 SCAMS

17 June 2020 - Two restaurants report workplace outbreaks

16 June 2020 - Lincoln County Oregon Public Health: 17 New Cases

16 June 2020 - Access denied: Oregonians with disabilities face extra challenges meeting care needs during pandemic

16 June 2020 - State Senator Arnie Roblan Fireside Chat: Tuesday, June 16 at 5:00

15 June 2020 - Lincoln City expecting 'quiet and safe' Fourth of July

15 June 2020 - What To Know About COVID-19 — 3 Months After The Pandemic Reached Oregon

13 June 2020 - Lincoln County Public Health announced 14 new cases of COVID-19 today. This brings the current count to 198 cases.

12 June 2020 - Lincoln County Public Health announced 14 new cases of COVID-19 today. This brings the current count to 184 confirmed positive cases.

12 June 2020 - CDC: Venturing Out? Be Prepared and Stay Safe

12 June 2020 - One of Oregon’s biggest coronavirus outbreaks could take weeks to trace and contain

12 June 2020 - COVID-19 Funding Opportunity for Community-Based Organizations

12 June 2020 - Oregon Gov. Kate Brown hits pause on lifting coronavirus restrictions with infections on the rise

11 June 2020 - Lincoln County Public Health announced 7 new cases of COVID-19 today

11 June 2020 - Lincoln County: Drive Thru Pick Up of Free Face Covering(s), Sat. June 13

10 June 2020 - Lincoln County Public Health announced 6 new cases of COVID-19 today

09 June 2020 - Contact Tracers will NOT ask for your social security number, immigration status, or credit card/banking information

09 June 2020 - Two COVID-19 patients hospitalized, one serious

08 June 2020 - Pacific Seafood employee hospitalized with COVID-19 in Lincoln City

08 June 2020 - The major new revelation was that blaming imported Mexican workers for a big part of the outbreak in Newport is not true.

07 June 2020 - Since the announcement earlier today, Lincoln County Public Health has learned there are now a total of 124 confirmed positive cases at the Pacific Seafood plant in Newport. Public Health will be holding a joint press conference tomorrow, June 8, 2020 at 1pm with Oregon Health Authority and Oregon Department of Agriculture.

07 June 2020 - Lincoln County Public Health announced 61 new cases of COVID-19 today.

06 Jnue 2020 - Oregon lawmakers agree to devote $247 million in federal coronavirus aid to renter relief, rural hospitals, child care and more

05 June 2020 - Lincoln county: COVID-19 Case Update for June 4, 2020 - Three new cases confirmed

05 June 2020 - Gov. Kate Brown Greenlights 26 Counties to Move to Second Stage of Reopening

05 June 2020 - Cluster of Cases Confirmed in Lincoln County: Pacific Seafood in Newport

04 June 2020 - Lincoln county: COVID-19 Case Update for June 4, 2020 - Three new cases confirmed

04 June 2020 - Gov. Kate Brown announces framework for Phase 2 of Oregon’s coronavirus reopening: Watch

04 June 2020 - Oregon uses coronavirus data to make decisions about reopening. It refuses to release that data.

04 June 2020 - Coronavirus testing now recommended for some Oregonians without symptoms: Are you on the list?

03 June 2020 - Lincoln County: COVID-19 Case Update for June 3, 2020 Four new cases confirmed

03 June 2020 - Coronavirus in Oregon: 7 things to know about contact tracing

03 June 2020 - Lincoln City glass center brightens the day of 418 high school seniors with glass float graduation gifts

03 June 2020 - Oregon prisoners will not see stimulus money from coronavirus relief package

02 June 2020 - 16th Confirmed Case in Lincoln County

02 June 2020 - For tribes, coronavirus becomes barrier to critical gatherings

02 June 2020 - Oregon DMV reservation system ‘wholly inadequate,’ scrapped after first day

02 June 2020 - Oregon After The Coronavirus Pandemic: A "Fireside Chat" with Sen. Arnie Roblan on Tuesday, June 2nd, at 5:00 p.m.

01 June 2020 - Five additional confirmed Lincoln County Covid-19 cases

01 June 2020 - DMV offices opening 3 June, call now for appointment

01 June 2020 - Oregon Worker Relief Fund Begins Distributing Cash to Immigrants Harmed by COVID-19

2020 May

29 May 2020 - Oregon Stage 2 Guidelines

29 May 2020 - County addresses recently released Phase 2 Guidelines

28 May 2020 - New coronavirus case is county's youngest yet Late Thursday afternoon, Lincoln County Public Health announced a 10th confirmed COVID-19 case in the county. This is not the person who tested negative earlier in the day. The individual is between 10 and 19 years of age.

28 May 2020 - The presumptive case OHA recorded yesterday has tested negative. This means we are still at 9 confirmed cases

28 May 2020 - 40.8 Million Out Of Work In The Past 10 Weeks — 26% Of Labor Force

28 May 2020 - About 200,000 Oregon jobless claims filed during coronavirus outbreak haven’t been paid

28 May 2020 - Business Oregon PPE Supply Connector

27 May 2020 - Tenth Lincoln County COVID-19 case is presumptive

27 May 2020 - Survey Shows Big Remote Learning Gaps For Low-Income And Special Needs Children

27 May 2020 - Governor Kate Brown has directed approximately 1 million KN95 masks and 5,000 gallons of hand sanitizer for farmworkers and agricultural producers. This critical PPE is available at no cost to the agricultural community to mitigate the spread of COVID-19.

26 May 2020 - Spike in central Oregon coronavirus cases tied to family, social gatherings

26 May 2020 - WHO warns that 1st wave of pandemic not over; dampens hopes

24 May 2020 - Lincoln County: Ninth Confirmed COVID19 Case

22 May 2020 - Lincoln City Lodging Reopening Application

22 May 2020 - Self-service gas rules returning to pre-coronavirus status, Oregon state fire marshal says

22 May 2020 - Financial Aid to Families of Children Eligible for Free School Lunches

22 May 2020 - President Trump Orders Flags To Fly At Half-Staff As U.S. Mourns Nearly 100,000 Dead

22 May 2020 - Hydroxychloroquine increases risk of death, large new coronavirus study says

22 May 2020 - Chinook Winds Phased Opening Frequently Asked Questions

21 May 2020 - MFS CASH Oregon Tax Help

14 May 2020 - Oregon Reopening Criteria

14 May 2020 - Veteran Resource Navigator

14 May 2020 - Seventh Lincoln County resident tests positive for COVID-19

14 May 2020 - Phase 1: The first reopening stage, by county

14 May 2020 - Counties home to Bend, Eugene, Medford among 28 approved for Phase 1 reopening amid coronavirus outbreak

14 May 2020 - Livestream 10am today: Governor Kate Brown to Announce Counties Entering Phase I of Reopening

14 May 2020 - Seaside will reopen its beaches May 18, with distancing

13 May 2020 - Fed Chief Says More Relief Spending May Be 'Costly, But Worth It'

13 May 2020 - New coronavirus clusters appear as nations struggle to balance reopening, preventing second wave

12 May 2020 - Governor asks Oregon agencies to plan 17% budget cuts to deal with coronavirus fallout

12 May 2020 - Want to receive your stimulus check by direct deposit? The IRS wants your information by May 13

12 May 2020 - Demonstrators Plan “ReOpen the Coast” Event in Seaside This Weekend

11 May 2020 - OR State Park Status Map

11 May 2020 - With the goal to help local businesses regain their footing and create economic opportunity as the state re-opens, The Oregonian | OregonLive has pledged up to $2.5 Million in matching marketing services grants to support the marketing and advertising needs of our local businesses.

11 May 2020 - 23 Oregon Counties Seek to Reopen May 15

11 May 2020 - Senators announce nearly $16 million in relief funding for Oregon fisheries

11 May 2020 - In an effort to support entities that have direct ties to driving overnight visitation, Travel Oregon has established a COVID-19 Emergency Response Grant Program.

10 May 2020 - Families First Coronavirus Response Act: Employee Paid Leave Rights

08 May 2020 - Lincoln City cancels Independence Day celebration, kite festival

08 May 2020 - OHA: Phase One Reopening Guidance

08 May 2020 - What outdoor spaces have reopened in Oregon? Which are still closed?

07 May 2020 - Oregon reopening starts May 15 under governor’s coronavirus plan

07 May 2020 - Oregon’s new business tax won’t apply to federal coronavirus loans after all

07 May 2020 - Coronavirus antibody tests too unreliable to analyze for public health purposes, Oregon officials say

07 May 2020 - Gov. Kate Brown Will Require Face Masks at Many Oregon Businesses

07 May 2020 - Day-Use Recreation is Now Allowed at Some Properties Managed By the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers

06 May 2020 - Confidential Household Application for Free and Reduced Price Meals

06 May 2020 - Sixth Lincoln County resident tests positive for COVID-19

06 May 2020 - Is It Legal for a Restaurant to Take your Temperature? Oregon Lawyers Say, “Open Wide.”

06 May 2020 - Frontline Workers Need Their Jobs the Most. They’re Also the Most Likely to Get Sick When the State Reopens.

05 May 2020 - Oregon State Parks: Limited day-use beginning at some parks

05 May 2020 - Women, minorities shoulder front-line work during coronavirus pandemic

05 May 2020 - Oregon releases $12 million in housing funds: Here’s what it’s for and how you can benefit

04 May 2020 - Coronavirus complicates pregnancy, births for moms and babies

04 May 2020 - Oregon allows elective veterinary services to resume

04 May 2020 - Federal coronavirus stimulus checks slow to arrive for Americans without bank accounts

02 May 2020 - "Accordingly, I am extending t​he state of emergency for an additional 60 days, through July 6, 2020"

02 May 2020 - Lincoln County Health and Human Services Reopening Guidelines

01 May 2020 - FDA authorizes experimental drug remdesivir for emergency use in COVID-19 patients

01 May 2020 - The City of Lincoln City Economic Aid Program Application Now Available

01 May 2020 - Lincoln City preps for disaster and buys local

01 May 2020 - Oregon releases new details of coronavirus testing, tracing, reopening plans

01 May 2020 - Press Briefing with Gov. Kate Brown, May 1, 2020 at 10:30am

01 May 2020 - Coastal Corral – Legislative Meet Up for the Entire Coast

2020 April

30 April 2020 - Can you get coronavirus from food?

30 April 2020 - Does Lincoln City have a heart? Cultural Center wants local homes to show off during Creative Quarantine Project

29 April 2020 - City Council talks COVID-19 relief package

29 April 2020 - Costco to require shoppers to wear masks during coronavirus pandemic

29 April 2020 - Eight Oregon Counties Seek to Reopen

28 April 2020 - Wealthy enclaves balance coronavirus risk with money from well-to-do who want to escape there

28 April 2020 - Here’s why you’re getting billed for tele-health visits despite promises

28 April 2020 - Oregon begins accepting unemployment claims for self-employed and gig workers

28 April 2020 - How to keep your car in shape if you’re not driving under coronavirus stay-home orders

28 April 2020 - Employment Claims Show Greatest Economic Damage on Oregon’s Coast and for Less Educated Workers

28 April 2020 - Colorado and Nevada Join California, Oregon, and Washington in Western States Pact

27 April 2020 - The commissioners and several cities who had quorums of their councils present (Lincoln City, Depoe Bay, Newport, Toledo and Yachats) agreed to an extension through May 31.

27 April 2020 - Safe & Strong Oregon

27 April 2020 - CDC: Updated list of symptoms

26 April 2020 - Oregon State Legislature: Joint Emergency Board Meeting 2020-04-23 10:00 AM

25 April 2020 - Joint Meeting - Board of Commissioners and Mayors, City Councils, and City Managers of All Lincoln County Cities

25 April 2020 - 3 ways college students can improve their finances during the coronavirus crisis

25 April 2020 - 'No Evidence' Yet That Recovered COVID-19 Patients Are Immune, WHO Says

24 April 2020 - Oregon Fire Marshal Extends Self-Service Gas Throughout the State Until May 9

24 April 2020 - COVID-19 insurance and financial services information for consumers

24 April 2020 - Oregon Grocery Stores Don’t Have to Accept Returnable Cans and Bottles Until June 1

24 April 2020 - Oregon Lawmakers Pass $32 Million Relief Package For Renters, Businesses And Workers

24 April 2020 - Congress Passes Latest Economic Relief Package to Confront Coronavirus

23 April 2020 - Rusty Truck Brewing donates barrels of beer to Lakeview Senior Living

23 April 2020 - Oregon plans to begin processing jobless benefits for self-employed, gig workers next week

23 April 2020 - Nonemergency medical procedures can resume May 1 in Oregon, Gov. Kate Brown says

22 April 2020 - Novo Nordisk offers free 90-day insulin supply to people experiencing financial hardship due to COVID-19

22 April 2020 - Emergency Board to allocate more than $30 million in coronavirus response funding

22 April 2020 - Homeless Families Face High Hurdles Home-Schooling Their Kids

22 April 2020 - NIH Panel Recommends Against Drug Combination Promoted By Trump For COVID-19

22 April 2020 - How Are Oregon Hospitals Handling The Coronavirus Pandemic?

22 April 2020 - Local and State Foundations Create a Program to Fund Struggling Arts Organizations

22 April 2020 - Multnomah County Is Now the Center of Oregon’s COVID-19 Outbreak

21 April 2020 - COVID-19 Resources for Families of Children and Youth with Special Health Care Needs

21 April 2020 - OHA revises testing guidelines to prioritize underserved populations and all frontline workers, allows testing for people without symptoms

20 April 2020 - Q&A: Getting To The Bottom Of Oregon’s Unemployment Delays

20 April 2020 - Astoria and Warrenton cope with coronavirus shutdown, as Oregon Coast braces for an uncertain future

20 April 2020 - To protect people who live and work in nursing homes from coronavirus, Oregon National Guard distributing mass amounts of safety gear

20 April 2020 - Nearly 3 Million Homeowners Get Mortgage Help, But Others Hit Roadblocks

20 April 2020 - Fifth Lincoln County resident tests positive for COVID-19

19 April 2020 - Here’s exactly what happens after coronavirus enters your nose or mouth

18 April 2020 - Juror Information for all Circuit Courts Regarding Coronavirus (COVID-19)

18 April 2020 - Restaurant Closures Put Oregon Seafood Industry In Limbo

18 April 2020 - Oregon weighs stricter regulations to protect migrant farmworkers at risk of catching coronavirus

18 April 2020 - Spirit Mountain, other tribal casinos take huge hit from coronavirus closures.

18 April 2020 - When and where to gets coronavirus tests in Oregon: What you need to know

17 April 2020 - California to give cash to immigrants in the country illegally who are left out of coronavirus stimulus package

17 April 2020 - Oregon Gov. Kate Brown issues order to stop debt collectors from going after stimulus checks

17 April 2020 - "Unemployment Claims: The Employment Division continues to struggle with unprecedented demand, changing Federal rules, and an antiquated computer program. They have gone from 100 claim-takers to 450 and plan to hire 400 more. Our district has the highest unemployment in the state! If you have filed for benefits and not heard back, don’t spend time trying to call. Email OED_COVID19_info@oregon.gov. If you don’t get a response within four days, let my office know." - Representative David Gomberg

17 April 2020 - Business Oregon, alongside the Oregon Employment Department, the Oregon Secretary of State, and the Oregon Department of Consumer and Business Services compiled the information on this page to assist Oregon small business owners, employees, and others dealing with the impacts of COVID-19.

17 April 2020 - Lincoln County Sheriff's Office teams up with the Toledo Police Department to deliver medications to vulnerable populations

16 April 2020 - People with Moderate to Severe Asthma

16 April 2020 - Oregon Department of Human Services COVID-19 Information and Resources

16 April 2020 - UO announces summer classes to be taught remotely

16 April 2020 - CDC: Why is the disease bieng called coronavirus disease 2019, COVID-19?

16 April 2020 - CDC: If You Have Animals

15 April 2020 - Masks Aplenty: Locals sew facemasks for those in need

15 April 2020 - New Data Show Latinos In Oregon Are Still Disproportionately Affected By COVID-19

15 April 2020 - IRS: Check on the status of your Economic Impact Payment

14 April 2020 - U.N. Chief Targets 'Dangerous Epidemic Of Misinformation' On Coronavirus

14 April 2020 - San Joaquin Valley farmworkers fear working — and not working - amid coronavirus

14 April 2020 - Coronavirus car insurance refunds: Which companies are refunding money due to COVID-19?

14 April 2020 - Oregon Gov. Kate Brown announces framework, no dates, for loosening coronavirus restrictions

13 April 2020 - Lincoln County Hot Topics: Shopping Safely for Essentials

13 April 2020 - Gov. Kate Brown Announces $8 Million for Oregon Food Bank

13 April 2020 - Oregon, Washington and California Form Pact to Jointly Reopen States From COVID-19 Stay-Home Orders

13 April 2020 - Immigrant Farmworkers Face Unique Challenges As Coronavirus Continues To Spread

13 April 2020 - No, You Don't Need To Disinfect Your Groceries. But Here's How To Shop Safely

13 April 2020 - Oregon says it has fixed weekend stumble that told some laid-off workers to restart jobless claims

11 April 2020 - (PDF) Lincoln County Emergency Operations Center (EOC) Public Information Hot Topics #2: Warm Weather & Holidays

11 April 2020 - Feds send thousands of medical masks to Oregon as supplies dwindle, coronavirus spreads

11 April 2020 - The Oregon State Fire Marshal Extends Self-Service Gas Through April 25

11 April 2020 - Oregon Easter Rules: Drive-In Church Services Allowed, but No Communion

10 April 2020 - Oregon: Check your risk for COVID‑19. Based on best clinical practices, CDC guidelines, illness severity and risk factors like age and pre-existing conditions.

10 April 2020 - Didn't file an income tax return? You may still qualify for the Economic Impact Payment

10 April 2020 - JLG Digital online reading platform - elementary/middle/high school added to "Kids' eBooks and eAudiobooks."

09 April 2020 - SYNC is a free summer audiobook program for teens 13+ added to "Kids' eBooks and eAudiobooks."

09 April 2020 - FDA: Food Safety and the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19)

09 April 2020 - Stimulus checks could start arriving as early as April 15, will come in waves

09 April 2020 - CDC: Interim Guidance for Implementing Safety Practices for Critical Infrastructure Workers Who May Have Had Exposure to a Person with Suspected or Confirmed COVID-19

08 April 2020 - Oregon Department of Education: Graduation Pathways 2020 Released

08 April 2020 - Homeschool Cooperative 2020: Free online educational programs taught by volunteer professors, experts, & enthusiasts (& kids!)

08 April 2020 - CDC on Homemade Cloth Face Coverings

08 April 2020 - Driftwood Public Library gives away free books during closure

08 April 2020 - Oregon schools will remain closed for the rest of the academic year

08 April 2020 - As More Oregonians Lose Their Jobs, the State’s Food Pantries Warn They’re Poised to Run Low on Supplies

08 April 2020 - Coalition of US arts organisations launch ongoing relief fund for artists affected by coronavirus (Also added to "Relief Efforts for Service Workers & Artists / Ayuda para Trabajadores de Servicio y Artistas" below)

07 April 2020 - Explore Lincoln City: Where to Eat - see what restaurants are open and doing delivery/take out!

07 April 2020 - Governor Kate Brown Statement on Wearing Homemade Masks in Public

07 April 2020 - Child care openings available to essential workers to Samaritan Early Learning Center in Lincoln City

07 April 2020 - Special Telephone Town Hall with Governor Brown, Attorney General Rosenblum, and AARP: Tuesday, April 7 at 3pm

06 April 2020 - OHA's new dashboard to help visualize COVID-19 data and trends in Oregon

06 April 2020 - Timeline: How the new coronavirus spread

06 April 2020 - As Oregon Schools Roll Out Distance Learning, Some Students May Be Left Behind

06 April 2020 - Medical Experts Urge Caution As Potential COVID-19 Treatments Surface

05 April 2020 - Recommendation Regarding the Use of Cloth Face Coverings, Especially in Areas of Significant Community-Based Transmission

05 April 2020 - What college students should know about financial help during the coronavirus pandemic

05 April 2020 - Grocery workers are key during the coronavirus crisis. And they’re afraid.

04 April 2020 - CDC: A weekly surveillance summary of U.S. COVID-19 activity.

04 April 2020 - Google Community Mobility Report: Google used location data from any account that has opted into allowing Google to store location history.

04 April 2020 - Coronavirus and Homelessness

04 April 2020 - CDC: People with Asthma and COVID-19

04 April 2020 - Added LOC: National Screening Room of Free Motion Pictures Now Online to "Concerts, Musicals, Plays, Opera, & Movies" section of "Books & Activites For Kids & Adults"

04 April 2020 - Added Archive.org: Download or listen to free movies, films, and videos: This library contains digital movies uploaded by Archive users which range from classic full-length films, to daily alternative news to "Concerts, Musicals, Plays, Opera, & Movies" section of "Books & Activites For Kids & Adults"

04 April 2020 - Added Lincoln County School District: Chromebook distribution to Households to the "Lincoln County School District Resources / Recursos de Lincoln County School District Recursos" section of "Home Learning Resources / Recursos de Aprendizaje en el Hogar"

04 April 2020 - Added Lincoln County School District: Supplemental Learning to the "Lincoln County School District Resources / Recursos de Lincoln County School District" section of "Home Learning Resources / Recursos de Aprendizaje en el Hogar"

03 April 2020 - ODF: COVID-19 Notice: Voluntary request to curtail outdoor burning

03 April 2020 - CDC is additionally advising the use of simple cloth face coverings to slow the spread of the virus and help people who may have the virus and do not know it from transmitting it to others.

03 April 2020 - More Oregon distillers making more hand sanitizer

03 April 2020 - Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19): How to Protect Yourself & Others

03 April 2020 - 541-451-7425 or 833-505-7425 Samaritan COVID-19 Hotline: Answers patient and community member questions surrounding COVID-19

03 April 2020 - Added Good Night with Dolly and LeVar Burton Reads to the "Read-alouds & Activites" section of "Home Learning Resources."

03 April 2020 - Added Marvel Unlimited Now Offering Free Access to Iconic Comic Book Stories. Free comics stories will be made available for one month on the service starting April 2. to the "Free eBooks and eAudiobooks" section of "Books & Activites For Kids & Adults"

03 April 2020 - For People At Home With COVID-19 Symptoms, Self Care Is More Than 'Call Your Doctor'

03 April 2020 - Oregon small businesses: Here’s how to apply for federal coronavirus disaster loans

03 April 2020 - The U.S. Forest Service Implores the Public to Stay out of the Gorge

03 April 2020 - Child care is an essential service to communities. In response to COVID-19 and the governor’s Executive Orders 20-08 and 20-12, the Office of Child Care (OCC) created a process for licensed child care providers, public schools, and employers or other entities to launch new, emergency child care facilities.

02 April 2020 - Fourth Lincoln County resident tests positive for COVID-19

02 April 2020 - Oregon Man, 104, May Be World's Oldest Survivor Of Coronavirus

02 April 2020 - Social Security recipients and railroad retirees who are otherwise not required to file a tax return are also eligible for the economic impact payment and should receive it automatically.

02 April 2020 - Added "Tuscaloosa Reads: Read-a-louds" to the "Authors & Artists Sharing Their Work (Read-alouds & Activites)"

01 April 2020 - Añadí de "Oficina para la Protección Financiera del Consumidor a la sección "Noticias de Coronavirus."

01 April 2020 - Governor Executive Order 20-13: ordering a moratorium on certain terminations of residential rental agreements and non-residential leases.

01 April 2020 - Legal Aid Services of Oregon: Important information on evictions (FEDs) in Oregon

01 April 2020 - New Driftwood Public Library Youtube Channel - watch Miss Teena storytimes and lots of other nifty new content heading your way!

01 April 2020 - Added "Relief Efforts for Servie Workers & Artists" in "Assistance For You (Continued) / Asistencia Para Ud. (Continuada)"

01 April 2020 - Senator Merkley: New Federal Emergency Assistance FAQs

01 April 2020 - Senator Merkley: Auda con agencias federales

01 April 2020 - IRS: Economic impact payments: What you need to know

01 April 2020 - Oregon Gets Permission to Expand Medicaid Coverage During COVID-19 Crisis

01 April 2020 - Third Lincoln County resident tests positive for COVID-19

01 April 2020 - Bijou Theatre to start showing movies online startin Friday, 3 April

2020 March

31 March 2020 - The following letter is about the initial Supplemental Education and Learning Supports being offered by the Lincoln County School District beginning Wednesday April 1, 2020.

31 March 2020 - Updated information about student loans in the "Assistance For You/Asistencia Para Ud." section.

31 March 2020 - Second Lincoln County resident tests positive for COVID-19

31 March 2020 - The building that houses city hall (and the library) will be closed until 28 April 2020.

31 March 2020 - Chinook Winds lays off staff, cancels hotel reservations until May

30 March 2020 - Oregon launches stark new public appeal: Stay home, ‘Don’t accidentally kill someone’

30 March 2020 - Online economic recovery hub for Oregon business and 501(c)(3) nonprofits from Senator Merkley

30 March 2020 - What You Should Know About Online Tools During the COVID-19 Crisis

30 March 2020 - Trump extends national coronavirus social distancing guidance by 30 days

29 March 2020 - CDC Issues Domestic Travel Advisory for New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut

29 March 2020 - Are You Suddenly Your Child's Teacher? You’re Not Alone. Here’s Help.

29 March 2020 - President Donald Trump has approved a major disaster declaration for Oregon due to the coronavirus outbreak, the White House announced Sunday.

28 March 2020 - All ocean shore/beach access points managed by the Oregon Parks and Recreation Department. The ocean shore remains open, but may be closed if people don't maintain social distance.

28 March 2020 - There's a lot of bad information floating around out there. Check out the WHO's Myth busters page.

28 March 2020 - CDC: Chloroquine phosphate, when used without a prescription and supervision of a healthcare provider, can cause serious health consequences, including death.

28 March 2020 - Oregon Office of State Fire Marshal: You may pump your own gas through April 11, 2020.

27 March 2020 - Lincoln City: Closed Logan Road to all but local traffic, barricades prohibiting parking directly North and South of Roads End State Parking.

27 March 2020 - President Trump Signs $2 Trillion Coronavirus Rescue Package Into Law

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27 March 2020 - House passes $2.2T rescue package, rushes it to Trump

27 March 2020 - Support Available for Small Business in the Coronavirus Relief Packages

27 March 2020 - Coronavirus Has Upended Our World. It's OK To Grieve.

26 March 2020 - Update from LCSD: Chromebooks, Continuing Meals on the Bus, and More

26 March 2020 - North Lincoln Sanitary Service: Office and recycling center closed to public entry. The Public Transfer Station will remain open, however, we strongly encourage the public to refrain from this facility unless absolutely necessary. Routes remain on schedule with no disruption.

26 March 2020 - AP News: Highlights of Congress’ $2.2 trillion virus relief package

26 March 2020 - Oregon: State delays tax filing deadline until July 15, matching new federal deadline

26 March 2020 - Prescription pick up, delivery and mail options in Lincoln City

26 March 2020 - Oregon State University will offer a coronavirus-related class on the science of stress and evidence-based coping skills that OSU students can take for credit and the public can take for free. | Course, "Punch through Pandemics with Psychological Science," can be found here.

26 March 2020 - Senate passes coronavirus rescue package on unanimous vote. House to vote soon. | Roll call vote | Full text of the bill as passed by the Senate on March 25, 2020 | AP News: Highlights of Congress’ $2.2 trillion virus relief package

26 March 2020 - In Lincoln City, OR: The Grill 1646, Oceans Apart Catering, and the Eagles will provide 120 dinners to medically fragile/immune deficient people for free on Thursday, 3/26. Call Eagles' president at 503-857-5823 to get on the delivery list.

25 March 2020 - Lincoln County:Clarification on the latest State and County actions

25 March 2020 - Lincoln County: Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Donations

25 March 2020 - Creative Quarantine Kits available for curbside pickup at the Lincoln City Cultural Center this Thursday, 3/26/2020, 1-3 pm

25 March 2020 - Protect yourself financially from the impact of the coronavirus

25 March 2020 - 503-378-8442 - Report price gouging / Denuncie drásticos aumentos de precio en comercios

24 March 2020 - Lincoln County, OR announces first confirmed case of COVID-19

24 March 2020 - Street Roots vendors deliver accurate information about COVID-19 to other unhoused people.

24 March 2020 - Oregon State Parks: Virtual Whale Watching (Live through Sunday, 29 March)

24 March 2020 - Lincoln County Parks Closed.

24 March 2020 - FAQ: How Life Will Change More Under Oregon Governor's Stay Home Order

24 March 2020 - Archive.org: Announcing a National Emergency Library to Provide Digitized Books to Students and the Public: 1.4 million books avaiable

24 March 2020 - ¡No se deje meter cuentos! Lo que debe saber sobre el coronavirus de McMinnville Library

23 March 2020 - Lincoln County and Cities draft a joint declaration ordering closure of vacation rental dwellings, short term dwellings, homestay lodgings, hotels, motels, RV Parks, Private Campgrounds and similar lodgings with some exceptions.

23 March 2020 - Lincoln City Parks & Rec Virtual Classes on Facebook

23 March 2020 - Joint Declaration Draft Board of Lincoln County Commissioners - This Order takes effect upon adoption by Lincoln County. Vote takes place evening of 23 March 2020.

23 March 2020 - Governor Kate Brown Tightens Social Distancing Measures, Tells Oregonians to “Stay Home, Save Lives”

23 March 2020 - Oregon State Parks: COVID-19 Response: Parks closing

22 March 2020 - The doctor who helped defeat smallpox explains what’s coming

22 March 2020 - Gov. Kate Brown orders halt to residential evictions in Oregon during coronavirus emergency

21 March 2020 - Oregon delegation announces small businesses can now access economic disaster loans though the SBA

21 March 2020 - Lincoln City: All city parks and open spaces, including bathrooms, will be closed to the public starting Monday. The City has suspended utility billing shut-offs until further notice.

21 March 2020 - Lincoln County School District: Revised Meal Route Schedules Effective 3/24/20. Meals Also Delivered Tuesday, 3/24 and Thursday, 3/26 of Spring Break

21 March 2020 - U.S. Attorney Shares Tips for Avoiding COVID-19 Scams Targeting Vulnerable Populations

21 March 2020 - CDC Coronavirus Self-Checker: a COVID-19 assessment chatbot to screen Americans who may be unsure whether to seek medical care

20 March 2020 - U.S. Department of State: Global Level 4 Health Advisory – Do Not Travel

20 March 2020 - Rep. David Gomberg: Coronavirus Town Hall Follow-Up

20 March 2020 - Google and YouTube launch new resources to help teachers and families educate students at home

20 March 2020 - Gov. Kate Brown Tells Oregonians to Stay Home but Doesn’t Issue Order

20 March 2020 - Updated Message from Dr. Gray, Superintendent: Graduation, Food, Chrome Books, etc.

20 March 2020 - Lincoln County Parks COVID-19 Closures and Restrictions

20 March 2020 - Covid-19: How long does the coronavirus last on surfaces?

19 March 2020 - AARP Foundation Tax-Aide Sites Service Suspended Until Further Notice

19 march 2020 - Oregon State Parks Open, All Campgrounds Closed

19 March 2020 - Your Questions About Life Under Coronavirus, Answered.

19 March 2020 - United Way Covid-19 Resources: List of many services for families and individuals in need

18 March 2020 - Trump signs coronavirus bill ordering free testing and aid for workers. Measure will expand Medicaid and unemployment benefits and mandate paid sick leave for some

18 March 2020 - Samaritan Health Under Visitor Restrictions

18 March 2020 - Oregon utilities waiving late fees during coronavirus outbreak

18 March 2020 - New Seasons, Safeway And Albertsons Offering Shopping Hours For 'Vulnerable' Groups

18 March 2020 - Oregon State Representative David Gomberg: Coronavirus Virtual Meeting Thursday, March 19

18 March 2020 - A progress report on Lincoln County Schools and the environments employees must cope with

17 March 2020 - New Coronavirus Stable for Hours on Surfaces

17 March 2020 - A Message From Lincoln City Police Chief Jerry Palmer Regarding the COVID-19 Virus

17 March 2020 - Lincoln County School District: All Schools Closed Until Tuesday, April 28

17 March 2020 - Gov. Kate Brown Restricts Visitors At All Nursing and Residential Care Facilities

16 March 2020 - Governor Kate Brown Announces New Statewide Actions on COVID-19

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05 Agosto 2020 - Un juez emitió nuevos mandatos la semana pasada bloqueando la regla de inmigración de carga pública durante la pandemia COVID-19. Esto permitirá que las comunidades de inmigrantes en todo Oregon y el resto del país tengan acceso a atención médica crítica y beneficios públicos durante la actual crisis de salud.

05 Agosto 2020 - El Departamento de Servicios Humanos de Oregón recibió la aprobación del Servicio Federal de Alimentos y Nutrición para continuar en agosto a fin de proporcionar mayores beneficios alimentarios y renunciar al requisito de entrevista para los nuevos solicitantes

05 Agosto 2020 - Desempleo de Oregon: ¿Qué hacer si no le han pagado?

05 Agosto 2020 - Brote de COVID-19 reportado en un centro para personas mayores en Lincoln City

05 Agosto 2020 - El Condado de Lincoln solicita la fase dos

04 Agosto 2020 - Lincoln County Public Health y Hillside Place of Lincoln City anunciaron hoy los resultados de las pruebas realizadas de todo el personal y residentes el viernes. Se hicieron 40 pruebas y hubo 14 resultados positivos.

03 Agosto 2020 - la prohibición de desalojo se extendió hasta el 1 de octubre

03 Agosto 2020 - ¡Fondo de cuarentena para los trabajadores agrícolas de Oregon!

03 Agosto 2020 - Diez por ciento de los casos COVID-19 de Oregon son niños menores de 18 años

2020 Julio

31 Julio 2020 - Decenas de miles de residentes de Oregón en espera de juicio podrían recibir "beneficios mientras espera"

30 Julio 2020 - Condado de Lincoln eliminado de la lista de vigilancia del gobernado

29 Julio 2020 - La Administración de Seguridad y Salud Ocupacional de Oregón (OR-OSHA) ha emitido reglas temporales que requieren mayores medidas de saneamiento en el campo, y regulaciones de vivienda laboral y transporte más estrictas debido a COVID-19. Para apoyar la implementación de estas regulaciones, el Departamento de Agricultura de Oregón ha anunciado que hay aplicaciones disponibles para el Programa de Seguridad Alimentaria y Seguridad de los Trabajadores Agrícolas.

28 Julio 2020 - Los oregonianos continuarán recibiendo más alimentosbeneficios en agosto

24 Julio 2020 - Nuevas Reglas de Máscara en Oregon

24 Julio 2020 - Los beneficios federales adicionales por desempleo de $600 terminan en Oregon esta semana

24 Julio 2020 - La segunda ronda de muestreo sugiere una prevalencia significativamente menor de SARS-CoV-2 en Newport

21 Julio 2020 - Se insta a los residentes del condado de Lincoln a inscribirse en el estudio estatal COVID-19

20 Julio 2020 - Oregon lanza un sistema basado en Google para manejar las solicitudes de desempleo de los trabajadores independientes

17 Julio 2020 - Las comunidades de inmigrantes de Oregon han recibido más de $ 10 millones en ayuda por desastre a través del fondo establecido por el estado

17 Julio 2020 - Los casos esporádicos de COVID-19 provocan un pico en Oregon durante tres semanas seguidas

14 Julio 2020 - OHA organizará preguntas y respuestas en vivo sobre los datos de COVID-19: 12:30 p.m. el miércoles 15 de julio

14 Julio 2020 - Las infecciones por coronavirus aumentan más rápidamente entre los niños menores de 10 años, lo que atenúa las perspectivas de los planes de reapertura escolar de Oregón

14 Julio 2020 - Asistencia financiera a pequeñas empresas que se han afectado de manera adversa por las condiciones económicas relacionadas con la pandemia COVID-19 y que no han recibido asistencia federal de emergencia conforme a la Ley CARES o a otro programa de financiamiento federal de emergencia por la pandemia.

13 Julio 2020 - Discusión sobre las pequeñas empresas de Oregon y la capacidad de recuperación financiera con Rep. Gomberg y Sen. Roblam

13 Julio 2020 - Condado de Lincoln: 0 Casos Nuevos. 1 Muerte (7 Muertes en Total).

13 Julio 2020 - Las reglas de máscara de Oregón se expanden a espacios exteriores abarrotados a medida que aumentan los casos de COVID

13 Julio 2020 - La nueva ley de Oregón prohíbe la discriminación contra las personas con discapacidad durante la pandemia

13 Julio 2020 - En medio del brote COVID del condado de Lincoln, los socios comunitarios trabajan para llegar a la comunidad indígena guatemalteca

13 Julio 2020 - Martes, 14 de julio de 2020 11:00 am: al remoto ayuntamiento del Senador Jeff Merkley

12 Julio 2020 - Condado de Lincoln: 0 Casos Nuevos

11 Julio 2020 - Condado de Lincoln: 1 Caso Nuevo. 1 Muerte (6 Muertes en Total).

10 Julio 2020 - El recuento de coronavirus de Oregon alcanza niveles récord con 389 nuevos casos y 6 muertes el jueves

10 Julio 2020 - Desmontando mitos de COVID-19 (coronavirus)

10 Julio 2020 - Condado de Lincoln: 0 Casos Nuevos

09 Julio 2020 - El Condado Lincoln Reporta la quinta muerte local de COVID-19

09 Julio 2020 - Condado de Lincoln: 14 Casos Nuevos

09 Julio 2020 - Condado de Lincoln COVID-19 Guía de referencia rápida de recursos

09 Julio 2020 - 20-Somethings ahora conforman 1 de cada 5 casos de COVID en Oregon

08 Julio 2020 - Condado de Lincoln: 2 Casos Nuevos

07 Julio 2020 - Condado de Lincoln: 1 Caso Nuevo

07 Julio 2020 - Representante David Gomberg: Si todavía está esperando noticias de un reclamo regular de desempleo o PUA, envíenos un correo electrónico con su número de reclamo y datos de contacto. Dirección de correo electrónico: Rep.DavidGomberg@oregonlegislature.gov

07 Julio 2020 - Sen. Arnie Roblan, Martes 7 Julio a 5:00pm en KXCR

06 Julio 2020 - Condado de Lincoln: 0 Casos Nuevos

05 Julio 2020 - Condado de Lincoln: 0 Casos Nuevos

04 Julio 2020 - El Condado Lincoln Reporta la cuarta muerte local de COVID-19

03 Julio 2020 - El gobernador coloca al condado de Lincoln en la "lista de vigilancia" de COVID-19 por posibles nuevas restricciones

03 Julio 2020 - Condado de Lincoln: 18 Casos Nuevos

02 Julio 2020 - El Condado Lincoln Reporta la tercera muerte local de COVID-19

02 Julio 2020 - El gobernador de Oregón emite el ultimátum: use máscaras y coronavirus lento, o las empresas pueden cerrar y las escuelas podrían no volver a abrir

02 Julio 2020 - Protecciones de desalojo y ejecución hipotecaria extendidas durante COVID-19

01 Julio 2020 - Esfuerzo para proteger a las empresas de las demandas de COVID-19 llevadas a la próxima sesión especial de Oregon

01 Julio 2020 - Deseosos de evitar las demandas por coronavirus, algunas empresas de Oregon están exigiendo a los clientes que renuncien a sus derechos de demandar

01 Julio 2020 - Las infecciones por coronavirus aumentan más rápido entre los niños menores de 10 años, lo que atenúa las perspectivas de los planes de reapertura escolar de Oregón

2020 Junio

30 Junio 2020 - La gobernadora Kate Brown extiende el estado de emergencia del virus hasta el 4 de septiembre

30 Junio 2020 - Condado de Lincoln: 2 Casos Nuevos

30 Junio 2020 - Newport: El muestreo sugiere una tasa de infección del 3.4 por ciento

29 Junio 2020 - Condado de Lincoln: 0 Casos Nuevos

29 Junio 2020 - La gobernadora Kate Brown extiende el requisito de cubrirse la cara en todo el estado

27 Junio 2020 - Condado de Lincoln: 2 Casos Nuevos

26 Junio 2020 - Las empresas del condado de Lincoln pronto podrán retirar los revestimientos faciales para sus empleados, familiares y clientes sin costo alguno.

26 Junio 2020 - Segunda unidad a través de la recolección de revestimientos faciales gratuitos programados

26 Junio 2020 - Condado de Lincoln: 4 Casos Nuevos

26 Junio 2020 - Dos empleados de Chinook Winds dan positivo por COVID-19

25 Junio 2020 - Condado de Lincoln: 0 Casos Nuevos

25 Junio 2020 - El condado de Lincoln elimina la exención de máscara para personas de color, citando una reacción racista

24 Junio 2020 - Condado de Lincoln: 9 Casos Nuevos

24 Junio 2020 - Las frustraciones aumentan para 70,000 oregonianos autónomos que aún esperan beneficios por desempleo

23 Junio 2020 - La gobernadora Kate Brown emite requisitos de cobertura facial para espacios públicos interiores a partir del miércoles 24 de junio

23 Junio 2020 - Un hombre de 63 años es la segunda muerte relacionada con COVID-19 del condado de Lincoln.

22 Junio 2020 - Primera muerte de COVID-19 del condado de Lincoln

21 Junio 2020 - Condado de Lincoln: 25 Casos Nuevos Desde Viernes

20 Junio 2020 - Dos residentes más del condado de Lincoln fueron hospitalizados con COVID-19 esta semana, y cuatro en total fueron colocados en cuidados intensivos.

19 Junio 2020 - Condado de Lincoln: 31 casos nuevos

19 Junio 2020 - Finalice las solicitudes de OHP antes del 2 de julio o espere hasta el 6 de julio

18 Junio 2020 - Condado de Lincoln: 4 casos nuevos

18 Junio 2020 - Oregon tiene más de 70,000 reclamos de desempleo no procesados ​​de trabajadores independientes y contratados

17 Junio 2020 - Condado de Lincoln: 3 casos nuevos

17 Junio 2020 - El gobernador Brown anuncia el requisito de máscara en varios condados de Oregon

17 Junio 2020 - CUIDADO CON LAS ESTAFAS COVID-19

17 Junio 2020 - Dos restaurantes informan brotes en el lugar de trabajo

16 Junio 2020 - Condado de Lincoln: 17 casos nuevos

16 Junio 2020 - Acceso denegado: los habitantes de Oregón con discapacidades enfrentan desafíos adicionales para satisfacer las necesidades de atención durante una pandemia

16 Junio 2020 - Senador estatal Arnie Roblan Fireside Chat: martes 16 de junio a las 5:00

15 Junio 2020 - Lincoln City espera 'tranquilo y seguro' el cuatro de julio

15 Junio 2020 - Qué saber sobre COVID-19: 3 meses después de que la pandemia llegara a Oregon

13 Junio 2020 - El departamento de salud pública del condado de Lincoln anunció hoy 14 nuevos casos de COVID-19. Esto lleva el recuento actual a 198 casos.

12 Junio 2020 - Lincoln County Public Health anunció hoy 14 nuevo caso de COVID-19. Esto lleva el recuento actual a 184 casos.

12 Junio 2020 - CDC: Aventurándose? Prepárate y mantente seguro

12 Junio 2020 - Uno de los mayores brotes de coronavirus de Oregón podría tomar semanas para rastrear y contener

12 Junio 2020 - Oportunidad de financiamiento COVID-19 para organizaciones comunitarias

12 Junio 2020 - La gobernadora de Oregón, Kate Brown, hace una pausa para levantar las restricciones de coronavirus con infecciones en aumento

11 Junio 2020 - Lincoln County Public Health anunció hoy 7 nuevo caso de COVID-19. Esto lleva el recuento actual a 170 casos.

11 Junio 2020 - Condado de Lincoln: Free Face Coverings - sáb. 13 de junio. El estado de Oregón ha proporcionado coberturas faciales a los gobiernos de los condados y tribales de todo el estado para distribuirlas donde más se necesitan dentro de sus comunidades. Llame al 541-265-0621 para más información.

10 Junio 2020 - Lincoln County Public Health anunció hoy 6 nuevo caso de COVID-19

09 Junio 2020 - Contact Tracers NO le pedirá su número de seguro social, estado de inmigración o información de tarjeta de crédito / bancaria

09 Junio 2020 - Dos pacientes con COVID-19 hospitalizados, uno grave

08 Junio 2020 - Empleado de Pacific Seafood hospitalizado con COVID-19 en Lincoln City

08 Junio 2020 - La nueva revelación importante fue que culpar a los trabajadores mexicanos importados por una gran parte del brote en Newport no es cierto.

07 Junio 2020 - Desde el anuncio de hoy, la Salud Pública del Condado de Lincoln ha sabido que ahora hay un total de 124 casos positivos confirmados en la planta de Pacific Seafood en Newport. Public Health reunió una conferencia de prensa conjunta mañana, 8 de junio de 2020 a la 1pm con la Autoridad de Salud de Oregon y el Departamento de Agricultura de Oregon.

07 Junio 2020 - Lincoln County Public Health informó 61 nuevos casos de COVID-19 hoy.

06 Junio 2020 - Los legisladores de Oregón acuerdan dedicar $ 247 millones en ayuda federal contra el coronavirus para ayudar a los inquilinos, hospitales rurales, cuidado infantil y más

05 Junio 2020 - Condado de Lincoln: Actualización del caso COVID-19 para el 5 de junio de 2020 - Tres nuevos casos confirmados

05 Junio 2020 - La gobernadora Kate Brown da luz verde a 26 condados para pasar a la segunda etapa de reapertura

05 Junio 2020 - Grupo de casos confirmados en el condado de Lincoln: Pacific Seafodd en Newport

04 Junio 2020 - Condado de Lincoln: Actualización del caso COVID-19 para el 4 de junio de 2020 - Tres nuevos casos confirmados

04 Junio 2020 - La gobernadora Kate Brown anuncia el marco para la Fase 2 de la reapertura del coronavirus de Oregón: Mire

04 Junio 2020 - Oregon utiliza datos de coronavirus para tomar decisiones sobre la reapertura. Se niega a liberar esos datos.

04 Junio 2020 - Las pruebas de coronavirus ahora se recomiendan para algunos residentes de Oregón sin síntomas: ¿está en la lista?

03 Junio 2020 - Condado de Lincoln: Actualización del caso COVID-19 para el 3 de junio de 2020 - Cuatro nuevos casos confirmados

03 Junio 2020 - Coronavirus en Oregon: 7 cosas que debes saber sobre el rastreo de contactos

03 Junio 2020 - El centro de vidrio de Lincoln City ilumina el día de 418 estudiantes de secundaria con regalos de graduación de flotador de vidrio

03 Junio 2020 - Los prisioneros de Oregón no verán dinero de estímulo del paquete de ayuda de coronavirus

02 Junio 2020 - 16to caso confirmado en el condado de Lincoln

02 Junio 2020 - Para las tribus, el coronavirus se convierte en una barrera para las reuniones críticas.

02 Junio 2020 - Sistema de reservas del DMV de Oregón 'totalmente inadecuado', desechado después del primer día

02 Junio 2020 - Oregon después de la pandemia de coronavirus: una "charla junto al fuego" con el senador Arnie Roblan el martes 2 de junio a las 5:00 p.m.

01 Junio 2020 - Cinco casos adicionales confirmados de COVID-19

01 Junio 2020 - Oficinas del DMV que abrirán el 3 de junio, llame ahora para una cita

01 Junio 2020 - El Fondo de Ayuda para Trabajadores de Oregón comienza a distribuir efectivo a inmigrantes perjudicados por COVID-19

2020 Mayo

29 Mayo 2020 - Direcciones del condado publicadas recientemente Directrices de la Fase 2

28 Mayo 2020 - 40.8 millones sin trabajo en las últimas 10 semanas - 26% de la fuerza laboral

28 Mayo 2020 - Cerca de 200,000 reclamos de desempleo de Oregon presentados durante el brote de coronavirus no han sido pagados

28 Mayo 2020 - Business Oregon EEP Conector de Suministro

27 Mayo 2020 - El décimo caso COVID-19 del condado de Lincoln es presuntivo

27 Mayo 2020 - La encuesta muestra grandes brechas de aprendizaje remoto para niños de bajos ingresos y con necesidades especiales

26 Mayo 2020 - Aumento de los casos de coronavirus en el centro de Oregón vinculados a reuniones familiares y sociales

26 Mayo 2020 - La OMS advierte que la primera ola de pandemia no ha terminado; amortigua las esperanzas

24 Mayo 2020 - Condado de Lincoln: Noveno caso confirmado de COVID19

22 Mayo 2020 - Solicitud de reapertura de alojamiento en Lincoln City

22 Mayo 2020 - Reglas de gas de autoservicio que regresan al estado previo al coronavirus, dice el jefe de bomberos del estado de Oregon

22 Mayo 2020 - Enviarán ayuda económica a familias de niños elegibles para almuerzos escolares gratuitos

22 Mayo 2020 - El presidente Trump ordena que las banderas vuelen a media asta mientras Estados Unidos llora a casi 100,000 muertos

22 Mayo 2020 - La hidroxicloroquina aumenta el riesgo de muerte, según un nuevo estudio grande sobre coronavirus

22 Mayo 2020 - Chinook Winds Preguntas frecuentes de apertura por fases

21 Mayo 2020 - MFS CASH Oregon Ayuda de Impuestos

14 Mayo 2020 - Oregon Criterios de reapertura

14 Mayo 2020 - Navegador veterano de recursos

14 Mayo 2020 - Séptimo residente del condado de Lincoln da positivo por COVID-19

14 Mayo 2020 - Fase 1 : la primera etapa de reapertura, por condado

14 Mayo 2020 - Los condados donde se encuentran Bend, Eugene y Medford entre los 28 aprobados para la reapertura de la Fase 1 en medio de un brote de coronavirus

14 Mayo 2020 - Livestream 10am hoy: la gobernadora Kate Brown anunciará que los condados entran en la fase I de reapertura

14 Mayo 2020 - Seaside reabrirá sus playas el 18 de mayo, con distanciamiento

13 Mayo 2020 - El jefe de la Fed dice que más gastos de ayuda puede ser "costoso, pero vale la pena"

13 Mayo 2020 - Aparecen nuevos grupos de coronavirus a medida que las naciones luchan por equilibrar la reapertura, evitando la segunda ola

12 Mayo 2020 - El gobernador pide a las agencias de Oregón que planifiquen recortes presupuestarios del 17% para lidiar con las consecuencias del coronavirus

12 Mayo 2020 - ¿Quiere recibir su cheque de estímulo por depósito directo? El IRS quiere su información antes del 13 de mayo

12 Mayo 2020 - Los manifestantes planean el evento "Reabrir la costa" en Seaside este fin de semana

12 Mayo 2020 - CincoBooks Official

11 Mayo 2020 - Parques estatales de Oregón por estado

11 Mayo 2020 - Con el objetivo de ayudar a las empresas locales a recuperar el equilibrio y crear oportunidades económicas a medida que el estado vuelve a abrir, The Oregonian | OregonLive ha prometido hasta $ 2.5 millones en subvenciones de servicios de marketing equivalentes para apoyar las necesidades de marketing y publicidad de nuestros negocios locales.

11 Mayo 2929 - 23 condados de Oregón buscan reabrir el 15 de mayo

11 Mayo 2020 - Los senadores anuncian casi $ 16 millones en fondos de ayuda para las pesquerías de Oregon

11 Mayo 2020 - En un esfuerzo por apoyar a las entidades que tienen vínculos directos con la conducción de visitas nocturnas, Travel Oregon ha establecido un Programa COVID-19 de Respuesta a Emergencias.

10 Mayo 2020 - Ley de respuesta al primer coronavirus de Families: derechos de licencia pagada del empleado

08 Mayo 2020 - Lincoln City cancela celebración del Día de la Independencia, festival de cometas

08 Mayo 2020 - Gobernadora Brown detalla primera fase de reapertura

08 Mayo 2020 - ¿Qué espacios al aire libre han reabierto en Oregon? ¿Cuáles aún están cerrados?

07 Mayo 2020 - La reapertura de Oregon comienza el 15 de mayo bajo el plan de coronavirus del gobernador

07 Mayo 2020 - El nuevo impuesto comercial de Oregón no se aplicará a los préstamos federales de coronavirus después de todo

07 Mayo 2020 - Las pruebas de anticuerpos contra el coronavirus son demasiado poco confiables para analizar con fines de salud pública, dicen funcionarios de Oregon

07 Mayo 2020 - La gobernadora Kate Brown requerirá máscaras faciales en muchas empresas de Oregon

07 Mayo 2020 - La recreación de uso diurno ahora está permitida en algunas propiedades administradas por el Cuerpo de Ingenieros del Ejército de EE. UU.

06 Mayo 2020 - Solicitud del hogar para comidas gratis o a precio reducido

06 Mayo 2020 - Sexto residente del condado de Lincoln da positivo por COVID-19

06 Mayo 2020 - ¿Es legal que un restaurante tome su temperatura? Los abogados de Oregon dicen: "Abierto de par en par".

06 Mayo 2020 - Los trabajadores de primera línea necesitan más sus trabajos. También son los más propensos a enfermarse cuando el estado vuelve a abrir.

05 Mayo 2020 - Respuesta de COVID-19: uso de día limitado a partir de algunos parques

05 Mayo 2020 - Asistencia disponible para familias con ingresos afectados por crisis sanitaria

05 Mayo 2020 - Mujeres y minorías trabajan en primera línea durante la pandemia de coronavirus

05 Mayo 2020 - Oregon libera $ 12 millones en fondos de vivienda: esto es para qué sirve y cómo puede beneficiarse

04 Mayo 2020 - El coronavirus complica el embarazo, los nacimientos de madres y bebés

04 Mayo 2020 - Oregon permite que se reanuden los servicios veterinarios electivos

04 Mayo 2020 - Los cheques federales de estímulo de coronavirus tardan en llegar para los estadounidenses sin cuentas bancarias

02 Mayo 2020 - "estoy extendiendo el estado de emergencia por 60 días adicionales, hasta el 6 de julio de 2020"

02 Mayo 2020 - Condado de Lincoln Salud y Servicios Humanos Pautas de reapertura

01 Mayo 2020 - La FDA autoriza remdesivir experimental de drogas para uso de emergencia en pacientes con COVID-19

01 Mayo 2020 - La Solicitud del Programa de Ayuda Económica de la Ciudad de Lincoln City ya está disponible

01 Mayo 2020 - Lincoln City se prepara para el desastre y compra locales

01 Mayo 2020 - Oregon publica nuevos detalles de pruebas de coronavirus, seguimiento y planes de reapertura

01 Mayo 2020 - Conferencia de prensa con la gobernadora Kate Brown, 1 de mayo de 2020 a las 10:30 a.m.

01 Mayo 2020 - Corral costero - Encuentro legislativo para toda la costa

2020 Abril

30 Abril 2020 - ¿Se puede contraer coronavirus de los alimentos?

30 Abril 2020 - ¿Lincoln City tiene corazón? El Centro Cultural quiere alardear de los hogares locales durante el Proyecto de Cuarentena Creativa

29 Abril 2020 - Ayuntamiento habla sobre paquete de ayuda COVID-19

29 Abril 2020 - Clientes de Costco tendrán que utilizar tapabocas en la tienda

29 Abril 2020 - Ocho condados de Oregon buscan reabrir

28 Abril 2020 - Los enclaves ricos equilibran el riesgo de coronavirus con el dinero de los acomodados que quieren escapar de allí

28 Abril 2020 - Aquí le explicamos por qué le facturan visitas de telesalud a pesar de las promesas

28 Abril 2020 - Oregon comienza a aceptar reclamos de desempleo para trabajadores independientes y trabajadores por encargo

28 Abril 2020 - Cómo mantener su auto en forma si no está manejando bajo órdenes de coronavirus para quedarse en casa

28 Abril 2020 - Las reclamaciones de empleo muestran el mayor daño económico en la costa de Oregon y para los trabajadores menos educados

28 Abril 2020 - Colorado y Nevada se unen a California, Oregon y Washington en el Pacto de los Estados del Oeste

27 Abril 2020 - Los comisionados y varias ciudades que tenían quórums de sus consejos presentes (Lincoln City, Depoe Bay, Newport, Toledo y Yachats) acordaron una extensión hasta el 31 de mayo.

27 Abril 2020 - Unidos y Fuertes Oregon

27 Abril 2020 - CDC: lista actualizada de síntomas

25 Abril 2020 - Reunión conjunta - Junta de comisionados y alcaldes, ayuntamientos y gerentes municipales de todas las ciudades del condado de Lincoln

25 Abril 2020 - 3 formas en que los estudiantes universitarios pueden mejorar sus finanzas durante la crisis del coronavirus

25 Abril 2020 - "No hay evidencia" aún de que los pacientes recuperados de COVID-19 sean inmunes, dice la OMS

24 Abril 2020 - COVID-19 información sobre seguros y servicios financieros para consumidores

24 Abril 2020 - Las tiendas de comestibles de Oregon no tienen que aceptar latas y botellas retornables hasta el 1 de junio

24 Abril 2020 - Los legisladores de Oregón aprueban un paquete de ayuda de $ 32 millones para inquilinos, empresas y trabajadores

24 Abril 2020 - El Congreso aprueba el último paquete de ayuda económica para enfrentar el coronavirus

23 Abril 2020 - Rusty Truck Brewing dona barriles de cerveza a Lakeview Senior Living

23 Abril 2020 - Oregon planea comenzar a procesar los beneficios por desempleo para trabajadores independientes que trabajan por cuenta propia la próxima semana

23 Abril 2020 - Los procedimientos médicos que no sean de emergencia pueden reanudarse el 1 de mayo en Oregon, dice la gobernadora Kate Brown

22 Abril 2020 - Novo Nordisk ofrece suministro gratuito de insulina para 90 días a las personas que sufren dificultades financieras debido a COVID-19

22 Abril 2020 - La Junta de Emergencia asignará más de $ 30 millones en fondos de respuesta al coronavirus

22 Abril 2020 - Las familias sin hogar enfrentan grandes obstáculos para educar a sus hijos en casa

22 Abril 2020 - ¿Por qué puede recibir un correo electrónico sobre COVID-19 de la Oficina del Censo?

22 Abril 2020 - Panel de NIH recomienda contra combinación de drogas promovida por Trump para COVID-19

22 Abril 2020 - ¿Cómo están manejando los hospitales de Oregon la pandemia de coronavirus?

22 Abril 2020 - Fundaciones locales y estatales crean un programa para financiar organizaciones artísticas en lucha

22 Abril 2020 - El condado de Multnomah es ahora el centro del brote COVID-19 de Oregón

21 Abril 2020 - Recursos para familias de niñosy jóvenes con necesidades especiales de atención médica

21 Abril 2020 - OHA en Español

21 Abril 2020 - OHA revisa las pautas de pruebas para priorizar las poblaciones desatendidas y todos los trabajadores de primera línea, permite las pruebas para personas sin síntomas

20 Abril 2020 - Preguntas y respuestas: Cómo llegar al fondo de los retrasos de desempleo en Oregón

20 Abril 2020 - Astoria y Warrenton hacen frente al cierre del coronavirus, mientras la costa de Oregón se prepara para un futuro incierto

20 Abril 2020 - Para proteger a las personas que viven y trabajan en hogares de ancianos contra el coronavirus, la Guardia Nacional de Oregón distribuye grandes cantidades de equipo de seguridad.

20 Abril 2020 - Casi 3 millones de propietarios obtienen ayuda hipotecaria, pero otros se topan con obstáculos

20 Abril 2020 - Quinto residente del condado de Lincoln da positivo por COVID-19

19 Abril 2020 - Esto es exactamente lo que sucede después de que el coronavirus ingresa a la nariz o la boca.

18 Abril 2020 - Información del jurado para todos los tribunales de circuito sobre coronavirus (COVID-19)

18 Abril 2020 - Síntomas del coronavirus: 10 indicadores clave y qué hacer

18 Abril 2020 - Los cierres de restaurantes ponen a la industria pesquera de Oregon en el limbo

18 Abril 2020 - Oregón pesa regulaciones más estrictas para proteger a los trabajadores agrícolas migrantes en riesgo de contraer coronavirus

18 Abril 2020 - Spirit Mountain, otros casinos tribales reciben un gran golpe de los cierres de coronavirus

18 April 2020 - Cuándo y dónde hacerse las pruebas de coronavirus en Oregón: lo que necesita saber

17 Abril 2020 - California dará efectivo a inmigrantes en el país ilegalmente que quedan fuera del paquete de estímulo de coronavirus

17 Abril 2020 - La gobernadora de Oregon, Kate Brown, emite una orden para evitar que los cobradores de deudas vayan después de los controles de estímulo

17 Abril 2020 - "Reclamos de desempleo: la División de Empleo continúa luchando con una demanda sin precedentes, cambios en las normas federales y un programa informático anticuado. Han pasado de 100 reclamantes a 450 y planean contratar 400 más. ¡Nuestro distrito tiene el desempleo más alto del estado! Si ha solicitado beneficios y no ha recibido respuesta, no pierda el tiempo tratando de llamar. Correo electrónico OED_COVID19_info@oregon.gov. Si no recibe una respuesta dentro de los cuatro días, avísele a mi oficina." - Representative David Gomberg

17 Abril 2020 - Business Oregon, junto con el Departamento de Empleo de Oregon, la Secretaría de Estado de Oregon y el Departamento de Servicios al Consumidor y de Negocios de Oregon compilaron la información en esta página para ayudar a los propietarios de pequeñas empresas , empleados y otras personas de Oregon a lidiar con los impactos de COVID-19.

17 Abril 2020 - Lincoln County: La Oficina del Sheriff del Condado de Lincoln se asocia con el Departamento de Policía de Toledo para entregar medicamentos a las poblaciones vulnerables

16 Abril 2020 - Verifique el estado de su pago de impacto económico

16 Abril 2020 - El ABC del coronavirus: qué es, cómo se contagia, a quién afecta y cómo se previene

10 Abril 2020 - Oregon: Compruebe su riesgo de COVID‑19. Basado en las mejores prácticas clínicas, las guías CDC (Centros para el Control y la Prevención de Enfermedades), la gravedad de la enfermedad y factores de riesgo como la edad y las condiciones médicas preexistentes.

09 Abril 2020 - Guía interina para implementar prácticas de seguridad para trabajadores de infraestructura crítica que pueden haber estado expuestos a una persona con COVID-19 presunto o confirmado

08 Abril 2020 - Gobernadora Kate Brown anuncia suspensión de ciclo escolar

05 Abril 2020 - Recomendación sobre el uso de cubiertas de tela para la cara, especialmente en las áreas con transmisión comunitaria significativa

05 Abril 2020 - Decreto de su sana distancia está funcionando en Oregon, según científicos

04 Abril 2020 - Añadí de Lincoln County School District: Actualización sobre la distribución de Chromebook/computadora a los hogares to the "Lincoln County School District Resources / Recursos de Lincoln County School District" section of "Home Learning Resources / Recursos de Aprendizaje en el Hogar"

04 Abril 2020 - Añadí de Lincoln County School District: Actualización sobre la distribución de Chromebook/computadora a los hogares to the "Noticias que te Afectan" section of "Noticias de Coronavirus"

03 Abril 2020 - Enfermedad del coronavirus 2019 (COVID-19): Cómo protegerse y proteger a los demás

02 Abril 2020 - Se vence mes de renta, por ley en Oregon comercios/inquilinos no pueden ser desalojados

01 Abril 2020 - IRS: Pagos de impacto económico: lo que debe saber

01 Abril 2020 - Es probable que escuelas en Oregón se quedan cerradas hasta el verano, estudiantes empiezan educación en línea en Abril

24 Marzo 2020 - Cómo Cambiará Su Vida, Bajo La Orden De Estadía Del Gobernador De Oregón

Fuentes de Información Sobre Coronavirus

Ciudad: Tribu Siletz: Condado: Estado: Federal Global:

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Sitios web de Lincoln City: Sitios web del condado: Sitios web del Estado:

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Cuidado de la Salud

Cuidado de los Niños

Desempleo

Esfuerzos de ayuda para trabajadores de servicio y artistas

Estafas

Familias

Finanzas

Impuestos

Internet

Asistencia Para Usted

Negocios

Organizaciones Locales

Préstamos Estudiantiles

Recuperación de la adicción

Salud Mental

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Condado de Lincoln

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Calvary Chapel Gleneden Beach Christian Church
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Lincoln City Church of the Nazarene Lincoln City Foursquare Church

Recursos de aprendizaje en el hogar

Recursos del distrito escolar del condado de Lincoln

Libros y Lectura para niños

Guías y How-tos

Plan de Estudios y Cursos

Diversiónes locales

Bijou Theatre: Now Playing: Virtual Cinema! Mira películas de Bijou desde la seguridad del sofá de tu sala de estar. Además, entre las 6 y las 7 de la tarde, el Bijou estará abierto diariamente para hacer palomitas de maíz (o no): precios de $ 5 / $ 5.50 / $ 6.

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Lincoln City Parks & Recreation Facebook y YouTube: ¡Zoom en fiestas de baile en casa, estiramientos, entrenamiento de fuerza, yoga y más!

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Lincoln City Cultural Center: Conciertos, kits creativos de arte de cuarentena y su dosis diaria de arte y cultura local.