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Staff and infrastructure to be repurposed for COVID-19 response efforts

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The officer last worked the morning shift at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport on Saturday, March 21 at Checkpoint 5

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Lawmakers specifically request at least $2 billion for schools and libraries to provide Wi-Fi hotspots or other devices to students without adequate connectivity at their home

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The new executive rule imposes a moratorium on residential evictions in Multnomah County on the basis of nonpayment of rent due to wage loss resulting from COVID-19

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Governor Kate Brown today announced an executive order directing Oregon's higher education institutions to move their curriculum to online learning

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To-go home meals will become unavailable, and meal delivery will be limited to three days per week rather than five

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Oregon's new social distancing orders do not apply to child care facilities, which can remain open at this time

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Fr. Don Siple, OSM, Rector of The Grotto, announced today that he will be suspending Mass until March 31, in response to recommendations regarding the spread of Covid-19

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The Portland Police Bureau is encouraging online and telephone reporting for non-life-safety issues to help keep the public safe

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Ticket-holders are offered various options

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