Coronavirus, Government, OREGON

Governor Brown extends coronavirus declaration of emergency

Face masks. Photo: Chas Hundley

Oregon Governor Kate Brown extended Oregon’s declaration of a state of emergency due to the coronavirus pandemic on Thursday, bringing the new expiration to June 28, unless rescinded early by the governor. 

This time, unlike many 60-day extensions that came before, could be among the last extensions of the order. 

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“I intend to fully reopen our economy by the end of June, and the day is approaching when my emergency orders can eventually be lifted,” Brown said in a press release. “How . . .

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