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COVID-19 Updates

COVID-19 Update, Actualizacion del COVID-19

Youth Cases

Current positive cases: 36

  • 13 at MacLaren YCF
  • 21 at a community residential programs
  • 2 at their homes

Cumulative number of positive cases since beginning of pandemic: 277

  • 165 youth in OYA facilities
  • 112 youth living in community settings

Number of deaths: 0

Number of incarcerated youth currently in medical isolation: 13

Number of current hospitalizations due to COVID: 0

Number of youth in COVID-19 quarantine: 82

  • 39 at MacLaren YCF
  • 41 at Rogue Valley YCF
  • 2 at Tillamook YCF

Updated: Jan. 12, 2022

OYA Staff Cases

Current positive cases: 19

  • 11 at MacLaren YCF
  • 4 at Oak Creek YCF
  • 2 at Rogue Valley YCF 
  • 1 at Tillamook YCF
  • 1 at an OYA field office

Cumulative number of positive cases since beginning of pandemic: 239

  • 190 staff in OYA facilities
  • 26 Community Services staff
  • 23 Central Office staff

Number of deaths: 0

Updated: Jan. 12, 2022

COVID-19 Vaccines

COVID-19 vaccines are still available through our facility clinics for youth in OYA facilities who want them. 

For our youth in the community, we are encouraging them to talk with their health care provider if they want the vaccine.

The vaccine is not mandatory for our youth. However, all state employees, including those who work at OYA, are required to be vaccinated by Oct. 18.

Closures - Updated Jan. 12, 2022

OYA's county field offices and our Central Office in Salem are closed to the public, except by appointment only.

Family visits for youth in OYA facilities are currently happening by appointment only. Contact your youth's case coordinator or camp counselor for information.

MacLaren, Oak Creek, Young Women's Transition Program, and Rogue Valley: These facilities are closed to in-person visiting, with possible exceptions for youth who are fully vaccinated againist COVID-19. Contact your youth's case coordinator for details.

Pandemic Response Plan

OYA's Pandemic Response Plan includes basic details about how the agency responds to and handles issues related to the COVID-19 pandemic. The plan and our pandemic response were developed in close consultation with Oregon Health Authority.

OYA Coronavirus 2019 Pandemic Response Plan

Other Resources

OYA's Coronavirus Updates

OYA Health Services

COVID-19 Information from Oregon Health Authority

Gov. Brown's COVID-19 Updates

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