Coronavirus, health, OREGON

Oregon Health Authority creates new hotline, website for Covid-19 patients

File photo: Chas Hundley

With cases of omicron skyrocketing, the Oregon Health Authority is taking a new approach to tracking new Covid-19 infections. 

Investigators are no longer trying to call those who test positive for the coronavirus. State and county health departments have been using such calls to trace exposures and provide quarantine information.

Now, it’s created a website for . . .

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