On March 23, 2020, Governor Kate Brown issued "Stay Home, Save Lives" to slow the spread of COVID-19 in Oregon. You can read the entire Executive Order→. Read below and view this simple graphic→ for some of the key points.
Please scroll down for instructions on reporting a possible violation.
To the greatest extent possible, individuals must stay at home or at their place of residence.
Social and recreational gatherings outside of a home or place of residence (e.g., parties, celebrations, or other similar gatherings and events) are prohibited, regardless of size, if a distance of at least six feet between people cannot be maintained.
When you need to leave your home or residence, maintain a physical distance of at least six feet from any person who is not a member of your immediate household.
You may go outside for recreational activities such as walking, hiking and cycling. You must limit those activities to non-contact. As always, you must maintain six feet or more between people outside of your household.
All private and public campgrounds are to close immediately. This order does not prohibit camp hosts or veterans from remaining in state campgrounds, nor does it extend to RV parks and other housing.
All pools, skate parks, outdoor sports courts and playground equipment areas are closed.
You must minimize travel, other than:
Essential travel to or from a home, residence or workplace
For obtaining or providing food, shelter, essential consumer needs, education, health care or emergency services
For essential business and government services
For the care of family members, household members, elderly persons, minors, dependents, persons with disabilities, or other vulnerable persons, pets or livestock
Still confused about whether you can remain open or must close? Take the quiz on this page→ (You'll need to scroll down to the "Am I an essential business" box to find the quiz.)
All businesses and nonprofits shall have employees work from home to the maximum extent possible.
When work-from-home options are not available, businesses and nonprofits must designate an employee to establish, implement and enforce social distancing policies.
Child care facilities are allowed to remain open if they meet these requirements:
EMPLOYEES: If you believe your employer is in violation of Executive Order 20-12→, you can file a complaint on OSHA’s website→ This is OSHA's general complaint form. Even though it doesn't say anything about COVID-19, this is the correct place to file your complaint.