Linn County downgraded to high risk

Coos, Lane, and Benton counties remain under extreme risk.

Posted: Feb 9, 2021 11:42 AM

ALBANY, Ore. – Linn County is one of 10 counties being downgraded from extreme COVID-19 risk effective Feb. 12.

Gov. Kate Brown issued the updated risk levels for Oregon counties on Tuesday.

“Thanks to Oregonians who have stepped up and made smart choices, we have made incredible progress in stopping the spread of COVID-19 and saving lives in Oregon," said Brown. "This week we will see 10 counties move out of Extreme Risk, including the Portland tri-county area, for the first time since November. This is welcome news, as we'll start to see more businesses open up and Oregonians being able to get out a bit more.”

Coos, Lane, and Benton counties remain under extreme risk, and Douglas County is still in high risk.

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