Kate Brown COVID-19 Press Briefing June 4, 2021 By Jason Brown • Jun 4, 2021 ShareTweetEmail Oregon Governor Kate Brown held a press availability June 4, at 11:00 a.m. to discuss Oregon's ongoing response to COVID-19. She was joined by representatives from the Oregon Health Authority (OHA). Credit Sgt. 1st Class April Davis, Oregon Military Department Public Affairs Tags: CoronavirusOregon Governor Kate BrownOregon Health AuthorityShareTweetEmail Related Content Sports Ticket Raffle Offers Incentive For Vaccine Hesitant in Lane County By Rachael McDonald • Jun 3, 2021 Rachael McDonald Lane County Public Health hopes to motivate people to get the COVID-19 vaccine this weekend—by offering the chance to win tickets to Duck games or the Olympic trials. OSU TRACE Project Offering Door-To-Door Vaccine Doses In Corvallis By Rachael McDonald • Jun 3, 2021 Karl Maasdam / OSU During their door-to-door sampling this weekend, researchers with the Oregon State University TRACE project will be offering the COVID-19 vaccine door-to-door in Corvallis. Lane Co. Vax Rate Still Misses 65% Mark, But Just Barely By Tiffany Eckert • Jun 1, 2021 Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Officials say Lane County is close-- but still has not met the state’s vaccination metric to move to Low Risk for restrictions. Lane County To Move Into Moderate Risk Category By Melorie Begay • Jun 1, 2021 Tiffany Eckert In an update on COVID-19 risk levels Tuesday, Oregon Gov. Kate Brown announced Lane County will move from High to Moderate Risk for transmission starting Friday June 4 through June 10. A Star Is Gorn! Performance Venues See Crowds Return As COVID-19 Wanes By Brian Bull • May 31, 2021 Brian Bull / KLCC Through the Memorial Day weekend, venues drew crowds to stadiums, race tracks, and theaters…which included an outdoor musical in Roseburg. Performers and audiences alike hope to see the curtain fall on the pandemic, and rise on normalcy once more.