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The Health Licensing Office (HLO) is receiving many inquiries and questions regarding Oregon's COVID-19 vaccination effort, the availability of COVID-19 vaccines, and the phases for distribution rollout. If you have questions or would like additional information on COVID-19 vaccine information in Oregon, please visit the Oregon Health Authority's “COVID-19 Vaccine in Oregon" website https://covidvaccine.oregon.gov/.
The Health Licensing Office (HLO) is passing along Resources for COVID-19 Vaccine Information
from the Oregon Health Authority (OHA), Public Health Division to our
active authorization holders and stakeholders. This resource offers
contact information for the OHA COVID-19 Vaccine Planning Unit, provider
enrollment, and media questions; OHA COVID-19 Vaccine Online
Information; CDC COVID-19 Communications Toolkit and vaccine information
for consumers; Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) fact sheet; and the
Pfizer COVID-19 Vaccine Online Training and Education Series.We hope you find this information useful as the COVID-19 vaccine rollout for Oregon has begun. As always, please check the OHA COVID-19 Updates website, and the COVID-19 Healthcare Partner Resources website for additional information.
The Health Licensing Office has filed a permanent Oregon Administrative Rule (OAR) that clarifies the expectations of all authorization holders (licensed, certified, or registered) regarding the COVID-19 crisis and the Governor of Oregon's declared state of emergency. This permanent rule follows the temporary rule that took effect on May 15, 2020. The permanent rule language went into effect on November 20, 2020.
Mark your calendar and note that the Health Licensing Office (and all State of Oregon agencies) will be closed on the following day:
The Health Licensing Office (HLO) has filed a permanent Oregon Administrative Rule (OAR) with the Oregon Secretary of State. The rule change adopts OAR 331-010-0015, which proposes relief to all authorization holders of financial burdens caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, by discounting the late fee to $1 if the renewal date falls between March 8, 2020, and 30 days after the date on which the declared state of emergency, and any extension of the declaration, is no longer in effect.
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