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Tim Luke said the shields will be given to a variety of places including local grocery stores and hospitals under duress.
For many, the temporary respite shelters have been a source of relief for our county's unhoused, but some people who live in these shelters say that social distancing isn't being followed and they don't feel safe.
Holidays such as Easter and Passover are quickly approaching -- and with the governor's 'Stay at Home' order in place, local faith organizations are getting creative with their approach.
Anybody who is booked into jail and is going to stay in the jail is booked into a single cell for a seven-day observation period.
Lane County, Food for Lane County, and local restaurants have joined together in a relief effort to feed the homeless at Lane County's temporary respite shelters.
April Oristano is a minister at the First Christian Church in Eugene and said that they have strictly been following the governor's recommendations and orders.
"She had touched so many people's hearts in her life that they were kind of shining that love back on me."
Brian Alexander lost his wife to COVID-19 and then learned he was positive, as well. Tune in tonight at 5 & 6 for the exclusive story of his loss and hope, only on KEZI 9 News.
"Our warehouse is basically empty and everything we have is in the store."
"Once this all started it actually kind of worked out where I was making enough money on a daily basis with this that I figured could actually survive."