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Bend and Central Oregon COVID-19 Information
Oregon Recommendations for Travel
COVID-19 cases continue to increase in many states and countries. Individuals arriving in Oregon from other states or Oregon residents returning from other states or countries could increase the spread of COVID-19. Information and guidance on travel can be found here.
Deschutes County, COVID-19 Lower Risk
As of May 18, 2021, Deschutes County has administered first doses of vaccine to 65% of people ages 16 and older in their county, moving it to Lower Risk for the transmission of COVID-19 on May 21. Read the press release from Governor Brown here.
Indoor and outdoor dining are allowed at limited capacity. Most businesses are open with restrictions and limits in place. Please check with any restaurant, eating establishment, or business before visiting. Get more information about risk levels here.
Please be respectful of servers, hosts, employees, and business owners as they navigate the changes in guidance and metrics. Get more guidance on masks and face coverings here.
If you are feeling sick or have any reason to suspect you’ve been around someone with COVID-19, please do not visit Bend. For a complete list of symptoms, please visit the CDC’s website.
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