What you need to know about
stay safe & healthy hood river!
221 NEW covid cases in august,
hood river county- 2ND HIGHEST
ever! PLEASE WEAR MASKS AND GET VACCINATED!
GOVERNOR ORDERS MASKS WORN INDOOR AND OUTDOORS STATEWIDE
Get your kids 12 and older vaccinated before back to school!
UPDATE FROM Hood River County Health Department
hrc public health offers Free
covid testing tues. and thurs
8/24, 8/26, 8/31 and 9/2
2-6pm - river of life church
Let's stop covid in its tracks
DELTA VARIANT IS INCREASING covid
CASES AND DEATHS.
been waiting? PLEASE GET VACCINATED -
protect yourself and those you love!!
FREE LOCAL VACCINES HERE
Photo above is from one of a series of Hood River County free COVID PPE distributions
for businesses and residents from summer 2020 to today.
County Emergency Management staff, partner agencies
and volunteers all came together. Hood River Alliance Church kindly offered
their facilities for this important community service.
covid testing in the gorge - where?
the latest from hood river county
HOW DO I TELL IF I HAVE COVID,
FLU OR ALLEGERIES?
hood river has been #2 most vaccinated county in oregon throughout the year!
how is oregon doing with
Photo credit: Blaine Franger, BeautifulHoodRiver.com
HOOD RIVER AND WASCO COUNTIES ARE DECLARED "LOW RISK" BY STATE
LOW RISK - WHAT IS ALLOWED?
1-11-21: HOOD RIVER county
FOR MEDICAL STAFFS, FIRST RESPONDERS
AND SENIOR FACILITIES
more HOOD RIVER VACCINE INFO:
English 541-399-8022 Spanish 541-399-8023
What you can do
Older adults and people with underlying conditions, please:
Minimize contact with people.
Avoid public gatherings of 10 people or more.
Order prescriptions by mail.
Wash your hands frequently
Don’t touch your face
Sanitize frequently touched surfaces.
Wear face coverings around people you don't live with
Maintain 6 foot distancing between you and others you don't live with (social distancing)
Wash hands with soap and water frequently
Cover your cough
Stay at home when you are ill.
Avoid touching your eyes, nose & mouth with your hands
Avoid contact with sick people.
Cover your mouth and nose with a tissue or sleeve when coughing or sneezing.
Don't visit loved ones in care facilities, call them instead.
Flu-like symptoms (fever, cough, and difficulty breathing) may appear in 2 to 14 days after exposure to the virus.
If you have severe symptoms, like difficulty breathing, call 911.
Illness symptoms range from mild (like a common cold) to severe pneumonia requiring hospitalization.
Most people will recover without medical attention.
If you are ill, call your healthcare provider before you visit their office.
We ask healthy volunteers to reach out to vulnerable
friends and family by phone.
help & Resources for residents
Where can I get testing? Visit this Healthy Gorge website
For general information on COVID-19 in Oregon, call 211.
If you are having a medical emergency, call 911
so that you, the people you care about, and the community can become more resilient during these difficult times. Behavioral Health Consultants are available by phone or video to support
you and your family from 8:00 - 5:30 Monday through Friday.
Text ‘#talk2020' to-or-call 541-386-6380 to schedule an appointment.
Global response information from the World Health Organization
CDC information and resources on the coronaviris (COVID-19)
For local COVID info and resources, please call
The Next Door at (541) 308-7099 (open Mon-Fri 9-5)
Need help paying rent, due to COVID?
FISH Food Bank -- Food is available and will be delivered to your car
CAT Transit -- Transportation information
In Klickitat, Skamania, Hood River, Wasco Counties
State of Oregon Q&A - business, transportation, recreation, etc.