Lane County And Others Move To High Risk Friday
Fifteen Oregon Counties that had to halt indoor dining a week ago due to the state’s designation of “extreme risk” for COVID-19 restrictions can resume indoor dining Friday.
Lane, Deschutes, and Linn Counties are among those that were upgraded to “high” risk this week by Governor Kate Brown.
Benton, Linn, Lincoln, and Douglas are also among the 24 Oregon counties designated high risk. In that category, indoor dining is permitted at 25 percent capacity.
Establishments can be open until 11 p.m.
Oregon Health Authority chart of risk levels