Oregon leaders working on ’stay home’ policy to curb coronavirus spread

Oregon leaders working on ’stay home’ policy to curb coronavirus spread

Oregon Gov. Kate Brown announced Friday a ’stay home, stay healthy’ order to save lives during the coronavirus pandemic. The details of the order have not yet been worked out are is expected to be done over the weekend. It is not a lockdown, she stressed. Brown has already taken unprecedented steps to stop the spread of COVID-19, including shutting down all K-12 public schools until April 28.

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Paul C
Paul C 2 weeks

Whatever plan Brown and Wheeler come up with is probably exactly the opposite of what should actually be done.

TheMadDane
TheMadDane 2 weeks

Now that's a fearless leader right there. Lulz

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