Gov. sets COVID-19 testing goals needed to reopen

Gov. Kate Brown is setting a goal of testing up to 4,200 Oregonians per week and training 600 contact tracers as a portal to reopening Oregon. 

“As we look to reopen Oregon, it’s critical we understand the prevalence of COVID-19 across the state and use science and data to ensure we can safely take steps forward,” said Governor Brown. “A strategy of testing and tracing helps us identify who has the disease and . . .

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