Hospitals brace for crisis, models shows we can nip need

Oregon is at a critical moment in the COVID-19 pandemic, and state authorities are preparing the next phase of intervention.

A joint statewide plan released Friday, March 27, details how the state plans to ramp up services in preparation for a crisis like the one being seen in other states, and how average Oregonians can continue to subdue the virus spread and avoid a rampaging epidemic. 

The plan addresses four urgent actions necessary . . .

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