Jessica Cejnar / Thursday, May 14 @ 12:05 p.m. / Emergencies, Oregon

Curry County, Brookings Enter Phase 1 of Oregon's Reopening Roadmap; Status Affects Restaurants, Malls, Gyms and Personal Services

Curry County and Brookings received approval from the state to begin reopening. Photo by Jessica Cejnar

Curry County and the City of Brookings will begin relaxing safety measures put in place to prevent the spread of COVID-19.

Both the city and the county will enter Phase 1 of Oregon’s reopening process on Friday, according to a Brookings news release. This phase includes opening restaurants for dining, personal services, malls, gyms and retail stores, according to the news release.

Curry County’s public health officer, Sherrie R. Ward, stated the county received notification from Oregon Governor Kate Brown’s office at about 9:45 p.m. Wednesday that it enter Phase 1 on Friday.

Phase 1 of Oregon's reopening plan includes guidelines for restaurants, personal services, malls, gyms and retail stores.

Curry County has also issued guidelines for lodging facilities in Port Orford, Gold Beach and Brookings.


Governor Brown's letter to Curry County

Phase 1 guidelines for restaurants, bars, brewpubs, breweries

Phase 1 guidelines for personal services

Phase 1 guidelines for malls and shopping centers

Phase 1 guidelines for gyms and fitness centers

Phase 1 guidelines for retail stores

Best Management Practices for Curry County lodging facilities


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