Baker County Moves From High to Low Risk level February 12
Baker County to move from "high" to "low" risk category February 12, allowing restaurants to resume indoor dining at 50% capacity among other changes.
A more detailed list of business activities guidance, for each tier in Oregon's COVID 19 reopening matrix can be found HERE.
The Governor’s office announced today that Baker County will be moving from ‘high risk’ to the ‘lower risk’ category effect February 12, and will allow greater capacity for gyms, retail stores, churches, and indoor seating at eating and drinking establishments than what is allowed under the current ‘high risk’ category.
Commissioner Mark Bennett says, “I’m really glad to see our risk level drop to this lowest level. Our businesses need this to happen, and need Baker County to stay at this level. Thank you for staying home if you’re sick, washing your hands, and taking steps to keep each other healthy. It has made a big difference, and it’s vital to protecting our community and staying open.”
Specific guidance and additional details about Oregon's COVID 19 reopening plan is available on the Oregon Health Authority’s website.