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Here's how to watch and see if Jefferson County will get to start Phase 1 reopening Friday.

Gov. Kate Brown will announce which counties are approved to begin the first phase of reopening businesses and allowing small gatherings at 10 a.m. Thursday, May 14.

To watch the announcement, visit https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_jIn4jbDckk&feature=youtu.be.

Updates to sector-specific guidance available at HYPERLINK "https://oregon.us2.list-manage.com/track/click?u=41b11f32beefba0380ee8ecb5&id=9f0e8bb31e&e=b2c72dd93d"coronavirus.oregon.gov The Governor's Office continues to work with the Oregon Health Authority to update health and safety guidance for the reopening process. Members of the public with questions about the reopening process are encouraged to visit HYPERLINK "https://oregon.us2.list-manage.com/track/click?u=41b11f32beefba0380ee8ecb5&id=4dd2cc3017&e=b2c72dd93d"coronavirus.oregon.gov. A new version of the website will launch tomorrow, May 14, to help Oregonians navigate the guidance that applies at the county level and statewide. Statewide retail guidance begins May 15, shopping malls to reopen county by county Not all retail businesses were automatically closed by the Governor's Stay Home, Save Lives order. Under the HYPERLINK "https://oregon.us2.list-manage.com/track/click?u=41b11f32beefba0380ee8ecb5&id=14eb5da9f6&e=b2c72dd93d"guidance for retailers issued last week, all retailers statewide, including those that were mandated to close previously, will be able to operate as long as they can implement the new safety measures required, effective May 15. However, HYPERLINK "https://oregon.us2.list-manage.com/track/click?u=41b11f32beefba0380ee8ecb5&id=c04e31e0b8&e=b2c72dd93d"outdoor and indoor shopping malls will not reopen statewide. Malls will reopen county by county, as counties meet the prerequisites for reopening in Phase I. Expanded emergency child care statewide for families returning to work Throughout the coronavirus pandemic, Oregon child care providers have continued to operate by applying with the Early Learning Division to provide emergency child care––with priority given to the families of first responders, emergency workers, health care professionals, and other essential personnel working outside the home. Beginning May 15, emergency child care will be expanded with HYPERLINK "https://oregon.us2.list-manage.com/track/click?u=41b11f32beefba0380ee8ecb5&id=6e77f718a9&e=b2c72dd93d"new health and safety guidelines, as well as greater flexibility so that families returning to work under Oregon's phased reopening can also have access to child care options. The new guidance also applies to other early learning programs, such as respite care and kindergarten transition. Additional draft guidance Further guidance documents are forthcoming, and will be posted to HYPERLINK "https://oregon.us2.list-manage.com/track/click?u=41b11f32beefba0380ee8ecb5&id=671b01794d&e=b2c72dd93d"coronavirus.oregon.gov.


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