EUGENE, Ore. -- In hopes of slowing the spread of novel coronavirus in Oregon, state officials are increasing precautions.
Across the state, large gatherings of more than 25 people are banned, Gov. Kate Brown announced. And restaurants and bars are limited to providing delivery and takeout services.
OREGON HEALTH OFFICIALS: PREPARE FOR 'THOUSANDS OF CASES' OF CORONAVIRUS
- Lane County Home & Garden Show
- Daffodil Festival in Junction City
- Chefs' Night Out fundraiser
- Tool concert
- Hult Center events
- MEGGA Hunt
- Eugene Symphony series concert
- Susan G. Komen Oregon and SW Washington events
- Greatest of the Grape
- Eugene Chamber of Commerce events
- Oregon Battle of the Books
- Northwest Horse Fair and Expo
- Botanic Fest
- Vietnam War 50th Anniversary Commemoration Ceremony
- Cottage Grove Armory events
- Climate Town Hall
- 2020 BEST Awards
- St. Patrick's Dinner and Sing-a-Long
- "Little Women: The Musical"
- "Mamma Mia"
- Pac-12 men's basketball tournament
- OSAA remaining winter state championships
- NCAA remaining winter and spring championships
- NBA suspends season
- School districts have canceled events in wake of the governor's order. For more information, click here.
- Public schools are closed through April 28.
- School districts are required to continue nutrition services. For more information, click here.
- University of Oregon, Oregon State University and Lane Community College are conducting finals remotely and will hold the first weeks of spring term remotely, as well.
- Northwest Christian University campus will be open, but classes will be held in an online format.
- Marist Catholic High School is conducting classes remotely.
- City of Sweet Home
- City of Eugene
- City of Harrisburg
- City of Cottage Grove
- City of Roseburg
- Lane County
- Some churches are moving online in response to the virus. For more information, click here.
- Hospitals are putting visitation restrictions in place and taking other precautions to help prevent the spread of COVID-19:
- PeaceHealth is limiting visitation to one visitor per patient and no visitors who are unwell or under the age of 16. High-risk areas have stronger precautions in place. Patients being evaluated for COVID-19 will not be allowed visitors. Some public entrances may be closed. If you are a patient and you have symptoms such as fever, coughing or sneezing, you should call before arriving at a facility.
- McKenzie-Willamette Medical Center is implementing its own visitor restrictions. For now the hospital is closed to visitors except for the following exceptions: One visitor per day for patients 17 and younger, patients that are developmentally disabled, and patients having a surgery or procedure; two visitors for patients in labor. Anyone entering the hospital is subject to screening.
- Bay Area Hospital is not allowing visitors as of March 17. The exceptions include parents of pediatric patients and the partners of those giving birth. All visitors will be screened.
- Men's Wearhouse: All employees receiving pay
- Willamalane Adult Activity Center
- Willamalane Park Swim Center and Splash! at Lively Park (Friday through Monday)
- Eugene YMCA closed temporarily
- Oregon Historical Society
- Springfield Public Library
- Springfield Museum
- Campbell Community Center
- Roseburg Public Library
- Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art
- Harrisburg library
- Cottage Grove Community Center
- Cottage Grove Library
- No visitation at state prisons
- All City of Eugene Public Library
- Oregon Zoo
- All Eugene Rec centers and pools
- EWEB offices
- Seven Feathers Casino Resort
- Hoodoo Ski Area
- ODFW fish hatcheries
- Forest Service concentrated-use campgrounds
- Oregon football cancels Hillsboro practice
- Oregon football cancels spring game
- Willamalane lays off 288 amid coronavirus closures
- Crab harvesting closure extended on Oregon coast
- Special Olympics Oregon cancels State Games competition
- Special Olympics Oregon cancels Bite of Oregon fundraiser
- Oregon sees third coronavirus case
- Oregon woman infected with coronavirus