Union County Covid-19 Statistics Total Cases: 347 Recovered: 20 Deaths: 1
A presumptive case is a person without a positive COVID-19 test result with: an acute illness featuring at least two of the following: shortness of breath, cough, fever, new olfactory or taste disorder, radiographic evidence of viral pneumonia; AND No more likely alternative diagnosis AND Within the 14 days before illness onset, lived in the same household or congregate setting, or had close contact with a confirmed case. Covid-19 Questions? 541-962-8800, Option 8 Important Information Covid-19 Employer Notification Toolkit Union County Covid-19 contact tracing
July 2, 2020 5 new Covid-19 cases in Union County. Learn More >
July 1, 2020 5 new Covid-19 cases in Union County. Learn More >
June 30, 2020 10 new Covid-19 cases in Union County. Learn More >
June 29, 2020 5 new Covid-19 cases in Union County. Learn More >
June 28, 2020 2 new Covid-19 cases in Union County. Learn More >
June 27, 2020 11 new Covid-19 cases in Union County. Learn More >
June 26, 2020 12 new Covid-19 cases and 1 death in Union County. Learn More >
June 25, 2020 10 new Covid-19 cases in Union County. Learn More >
June 24, 2020 5 new Covid-19 cases in Union County. Learn More >
June 23, 2020 19 new Covid-19 cases in Union County. Learn More >
June 22, 2020 Five new Covid-19 cases in Union County. Learn More >
June 21, 2020 Three new Covid-19 cases in Union County. Learn More >
June 20, 2020 Two new Covid-19 cases in Union County. Learn More >
June 19, 2020 Six new Covid-19 cases in Union County. Learn More >
June 18, 2020 Five new Covid-19 cases in Union County. Learn More >
June 17, 2020 Two new Covid-19 cases in Union County. Learn More >
June 16, 2020 Health officials report 119 new Covid-19 cases in Union County. Learn More >
June 15, 2020 Health officials report Covid-19 Outbreak in Union County and 99 new cases so far. Learn More >
June 14, 2020 The Center for Human Development (CHD) Public Health is in the early stages of investigating an outbreak of confirmed COVID-19 cases in Union County. CHD is working closely with the Oregon Health Authority conducting investigations. At this time it is anticipated that Union County will be announcing a large number of confirmed positive cases tomorrow. We will be reporting numbers at one time tomorrow so we can provide the most accurate counts. In response the Union County Incident Management Team will be reactivated. Additional information and press release will follow tomorrow. In the meantime, we know that there is a significant amount of the virus circulating throughout or community and we urge Union County residents to stay home if they have any symptoms of COVID-19. Stay away from others and call your health care provider if you are ill enough to need care. Physical distancing, handwashing, and face coverings are critical tools to stop further spread of this virus.
Today the Center for Human Development, Inc. (CHD) is reporting eight confirmed positive cases of the novel coronavirus known as COVID-19. These new cases bring Union County’s total to twenty-three. These additional cases may be part of a cluster of related cases, often referred to as an outbreak, which public health is currently investigating. There have been no COVID-19 related deaths in Union County.
June 13, 2020 Today the Center for Human Development, Inc. (CHD) is reporting two confirmed positive cases of the novel coronavirus known as COVID-19. These new cases bring Union County’s total to fifteen. These additional cases may be part of a cluster of related cases, often referred to as an outbreak, which public health is currently investigating. There have been no COVID-19 related deaths in Union County.
June 12, 2020 Five additional Covid-19 cases identified in Union County. Learn More >
May 8, 2020 A Science-Driven Framework for Reopening Oregon. Learn More > April 22, 2020 OHA revises testing guidelines to prioritize underserved populations and all frontline workers, allows testing for people without symptoms. Learn More >
April 20, 2020 "Travel limitations have now been recommended by our Governor, the President, local and state Public Health Departments, and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Unless your job requires it, or you have a special exception due to family needs, I urge you to stay home and practice physical distancing. Countries and US states that have initiated “no travel” recommendations have a much lower and slower spread rate of COVID-19. Limiting travel, along with good hand hygiene and physical distancing have been the best ways of preventing viral spread." -Dr. Brian Reynolds, Emergency Department
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April 15, 2020 Governor Brown shares framework for restarting public life and business in Oregon. Learn More > April 9, 2020 CHD confirms 4th positive Covid-19 case in Union County. Learn More >
Governor Kate Brown extends coronavirus school closures through end of school year. Learn More >
April 1, 2020 Today CHD is reporting two additional Union County cases of the novel coronavirus known as Covid-19. Learn More >
Here is a great resource to help manage stress and uncertainty during the Covid-19 pandemic. GOBHI and CHD have partnered with myStrength to help support you and your family. Learn More >
March 30, 2020 To further ensure your health and support social distancing to help support the efforts to reduce the spread of Covid-19, CHD is temporarily limiting entry to appointments only. Learn More >
March 27, 2020 To better accommodate you during COVID-19 we are now offering virtual visits!
In order to protect your family and ours during the COVID-19 outbreak all mental health treatment, substance use and addictions treatment, Developmental Disabilities Services and Veteran’s services will be provided virtually by phone or video conferencing. This means you can connect with us virtually for a video visit for your counseling, case management, group therapy, or medication management. Virtual visits are also available for first time clients trying to enroll in services.
To start your CHD virtual visits please contact your provider at 541-962-8800
How does it work? You will receive multiple emails and text messages from Mend with instructions on how to connect with your provider.
You can connect on any device that has an internet connection, a camera, and a microphone (smartphone, tablet or computer!) Once the provider joins, you’re all set and you never have to leave your home. Everything is secure using the latest encryption technologies. Learn more >
If you do not have internet connection in your home or do not have one of the devices listed above, services will still be available to you by phone.
March 16, 2020 Clinicians may order COVID-19 testing at their discretion for non-hospitalized people who meet certain testing criteria and have tested negative for influenza. Testing is being done in Union County, and up-to-date numbers on cases of COVID-19 in Oregon may be found on the Oregon Health Authority website. For further information, please call 211 or 971-673-1111.
March 13, 2020 In consideration of staffing challenges and health concerns due to the public health threat of coronavirus, Governor Kate Brown today announced a statewide closure of Oregon K-12 schools from Monday, March 16 through Tuesday, March 31. Local schools are coordinating and will be getting information out to families. Contact your local school district for more information.
March 2, 2020 Union County health officials are Closely Monitoring Developments Related to Emerging Respiratory Infection: Covid19. We understand there are a lot of concerns about the current Covid-19 situation. CHD and our partners are monitoring this situation closely and getting ready to respond in the event that we have a case in Union County.
If you have concerns about a potential exposure at Wildhorse Resort & Casino or any other potential exposure sites. An investigation is being conducted for confirmed case. Investigations identify anyone that was in contact with the confirmed case that could be at risk of getting the disease. People at risk will be contacted by the local health department and given information about what they should do.
Things you can do if you feel you may have been exposed. Make sure you are watching yourself for symptoms and take the steps we have outlined if you do become symptomatic. This information sheet has information about what to look out for and what to do if you do become sick: Novel Coronavirus Fact Sheet
If you are sick, stay home. Avoid exposing others by calling your health care provider if you need medical care before going to the clinic to get directions for what to do. Telehealth is also a great option for getting the help you need while minimizing the spread of illness.
Oregon residents can call 211 if they have questions.
If you do not get your questions answered from these sources please call: 541-962-8800
OHA recommends people in Oregon take precautions to prevent the spread of many respiratory illnesses, including COVID-19 and influenza. Cover your coughs and sneezes with a tissue and then throw the tissue in the trash.
Wash your hands often with soap and water for 20 seconds. If soap and water are not readily available, use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer that contains at least 60% alcohol.
Avoid close contact with people who are sick.
Avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth with unwashed hands.
Clean and disinfect surfaces that are often touched.
Take care of your health overall. Staying current on your vaccinations, including flu vaccine, eating well and exercising all help your body stay resilient.
Consult CDC’s travel website for any travel advisories and steps to protect yourself if you plan to travel outside of the U.S.
Most people with COVID-19 have mild symptoms. If you are feeling sick with mild symptoms and do not need to see medical care, stay home while you recover. If you are sick and plan to seek care, please call before going in for care so arrangements can be made to prevent exposing others. For urgent medical needs, call 911.
In order to receive government funding, the Center for Human Development, Inc. (CHD) is required by state and county policies to charge for services it provides to the public. However no one will be denied clinical services because of an inability to pay. CHD does not discriminate on the basis of race, sex, religion, national origin, family status, age or disability. For further information on this policy contact Human Relations, 541-962-8811 or TTY 1-800-735-2900 or 711.
The Center for Human Development, Inc. is a Tobacco-Free Zone. Oregon law prohibits the use of all tobacco products in CHD buildings and on CHD property. OAR 515.051.0065