Large gatherings banned in Oregon at least through September

by Master

Oregon will begin reopening sectors of public life closed due to the coronavirus pandemic starting May 15, but large gatherings will continue to be prohibited through the summer.

Oregon Gov. Kate Brown announced Thursday that all large gatherings, including sporting events, festivals and fairs, will remain off-limits through at least September, until the state has access to a vaccine or reliable treatment for COVID-19.

Gov. Brown said “local gatherings” of up to 25 people will be allowed during phase one of the state’s reopening plan. She did not give specific numbers for larger gatherings, nor a timeline for when they might once again be permitted to take place.

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