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Layered health and safety measures like getting vaccinated, wearing face coverings and improved airflow and circulation can keep Oregon school doors open through the challenges of winter.
Image: Illustrated graphic of a student wearing a face covering sitting in a desk at school. The student is protected from the COVID-19 virus because of the 11 health and safety layers Oregon schools are using. The more health and safety layers in place, the better protected students will be from COVID-19 transmission. Reading in order of appearance of the graphic, these layers include: training and education; cleaning and disinfection; hand washing; physical distancing; cohorting; airflow and circulation; COVID-19 testing; symptom screening; isolation; face coverings; and COVID-19 vaccinations.
For individuals with disabilities or individuals who speak a language other than English, OHA can provide information in alternate formats such as translations, large print, or braille. Contact the Health Information Center at 1-971-673-2411, 711 TTY or COVID19.LanguageAccess@dhsoha.state.or.us.
Local school districts are in charge of setting health and safety rules. This page will continue to be updated as districts submit plans to ODE. Find information on your school’s plan by finding your local school district below:
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