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Guidance on Governor Brown's Risk Levels
Food Service COVID-19 Guidance
Pool and Spa COVID-19 Guidance
Public Pools and Spas must remain closed in Extreme Risk Level counties.
Pool and Spa:
Pools and spas will be listed under “Recreation and Fitness” in the released documents.
Tourist Facilities COVID-19 Guidance
Recreational park facilities have not been closed at any point by Governor's Orders.
Hotel/motel facilities have not been closed at any point by Governor's Orders.
Enforcement of Executive Orders
We expect that we will achieve voluntary compliance with the Executive Orders, but the rules are in place in unlikely event that enforcement is necessary. The implementation protocols describe how to use the warning letters for facilities that refuse to comply with executive orders around COVID-19. These letters are also available in English and Spanish in HealthSpace with the ability to create and attach them directly to the facility record.
Warning Letters for Licensed Facilities
Warning Letters for Unlicensed Facilities
New Rules - Enforcement of Executive Orders
The Oregon Health Authority (Authority), Public Health Division, has adopted OAR 333-003-1001 thru 333-003-3040 to implement the Governor's Executive Orders issued as a result of a declaration of an emergency due to the public health threat posed by coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19). On December 2, 2020, the Governor issued Executive Order 20-66, which adjusted the framework for the community mitigation strategies from a phased approach to a county-by-county metrics approach. These temporary rules amend existing rules to adjust the requirements and provisions to the new metrics approach. The revisions allow the Authority or a local public health authority to issue civil penalties and enforce the provisions of the Executive Orders, but only as long as the underlying Executive Orders are in effect. The rules also clarify the Authority or local public health authority authorization to act under their licensing authorities for food establishments and tourist facilities to enforce applicable Executive Order and Authority guidance requirements, including through closures, suspension, revocation, and civil penalty. Please note that the requirements of these rules will expire when the Governor has terminated the Executive Order underlying the prohibition or requirement.
Pool and Tourist Program Regulators
Food Safety Regulators
Restaurant Q and ALicensing Q and A onlyMobile Unit Q and A
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