Help #StopTheSpread

Clean your hands often. Don’t touch your eyes, nose or mouth. Keep 6 feet away from others when possible. If you feel sick, stay home when you can. Listen for orders from your local government to stay home. Cover coughs and sneezes with your elbow.

Staying Home Saves Lives

You can help stop the spread of the virus.

If you think you are sick

Know your risk and call ahead for testing.


Learn Your Risk

These make you higher-risk: Fever, cough, trouble breathing. Being an older adult. Conditions like heart or lung disease


Call A Medical Provider

Call ahead before visiting a medical office. Follow the provider’s instructions on testing. Stay home unless advised by your provider.


Protect Other People

Keep 6 feet away from others if possible. Listen for instructions from local government. Wear a face mask if sick. Follow all other prevention tips.

How to Protect Yourself

COVID-19 is an infectious disease caused by a new coronavirus introduced to humans for the first time.

It is spread from person to person mainly through the droplets produced when an infected person speaks, coughs or sneezes.

Watch this short animation from to learn more about COVID-19 and how to protect yourself against it.

Thank You to Health Care Workers and Emergency Responders

Thank you to our healthcare workers on the front lines during #COVID_19! Remember, to help slow the spread of infection and need for hospitalization, we are asking you to practice #SocialDistancing. #StayHome and call your primary care doctor if you experience COVID-19 symptoms: fever, cough and shortness of breath. #StayHomeChallenge

Follow these recognized organizations for updates

Oregon Coronavirus Information & Resources

Senator Ron Wyden
Wyden Coronavirus Resources Page:
Asked Questions” document about the COVID-19 relief package:
Oregon Health Authority
Oregon Department of Education

This page contains the most recent information available on how the 2019 Novel Coronavirus is affecting schools in Oregon

Curry County Office of Emergency Management
Small Business Association


World Health Organization
United Nations International Children's Emergency Fund

Be sure to get your information from trustworthy sources that rely on scientific evidence, like UNICEF and the World Health Organization. UNICEF will continue to provide the latest updatestips for parents and teachers, stories from children and youth around the world, as well as resources for media and information on how UNICEF is helping. Please check back regularly to stay informed.

Please also help us fight misinformation about COVID-19 by sharing this with your family, friends and colleagues to help ensure people have the facts about COVID-19.


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