Phase 2 Clackamas County opening dependent upon Washington and Multnomah Counties

U.S. Senator Ron Wyden – 503-326-7525 / 202-224-5244

U.S. Senator Jeff Merkley – 503-326-3386 / 202-228-3997

U.S. Representative Kurt Schrader – 503-557-1324 / 202-225-5711

Oregon Senator Rob Wagner – 503-986-1719

Oregon Representative Andrea Salinas – 503-986-1438

Oregon Representative Rachel Prusak, 503-986-1437

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Lions Club Pancake Breakfast - Virtual - Enjoy pancakes at home; donate to help sight and hearing needs through the Lake Oswego Lions Club website.

8:30-1:30 - Millenium Plaza, Farmer's Market

10 am - Foothills Park, flyover by the West Coast Ravens

Noon - Boat parade, Oswego Lake
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The Chamber sent a letter to the neighborhood chairs and contacts:

July 2, 2020

Dear Neighborhood chairs and representatives:

As you may know, the Chamber represents our business community and works to coordinate business, government and community interests in our town.

Our businesses are working hard to continue to serve our community and provide the services and amenities that we all appreciate. Lake Oswego is primarily in Clackamas County and has been grouped with Multnomah County for consideration for Phase 2 re-openings - which means we still have businesses that are closed.

Some of our local business owners have asked for help from the Chamber to get the word out that businesses need our community's assistance to keep their business open and to keep employees and customers safe.

The Governor's order to wear masks is an important part of community safety and a business responsibility.

Many businesses are seeing people waiting to be asked to put on masks.
* It would be helpful for people to put on their masks before entering any building, restaurant or shop
* If you have neighborhood newsletters or group eblast, please let our neighbors know that one way to help our businesses is to:
* shop locally
* and wear a mask upon entering the business

Many of our business owners and employees are our neighbors. Help them stay open and help keep our community safe.
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Timeline PhotosWe want to keep you informed about COVID-19 in Oregon. Data are provisional and change frequently.

• Samples for 8,878 patients tested positive.
• Samples for 241,760 patients tested negative.

Oregon Health Authority reported 375 new confirmed and presumptive cases of COVID-19 as of 12:01 a.m. today bringing the state total to 9,294.

The new confirmed and presumptive COVID-19 cases reported today are in the following counties: Clackamas (22), Columbia (1), Crook (1), Deschutes (9), Douglas (2), Jackson (15), Jefferson (8), Josephine (8), Lane (15), Lincoln (3), Linn (3), Malheur (16), Marion (32), Morrow (8), Multnomah (64), Tillamook (1), Umatilla (88), Union (5), Wasco (2), Washington (67), and Yamhill (5).

Oregon’s 209th COVID-19 death is 73-year-old female in Klamath County who tested positive on June 20 and died on June 30. Her place of death is being confirmed. She had underlying medical conditions.

Today we’re reporting a record-breaking number of COVID-19 cases. More young people are getting COVID-19, and the virus is spreading widely in both our rural and urban communities, fueled by social gatherings and workplace outbreaks. This yet again underscores the need for all Oregonians to continue physical distancing, wearing face coverings, limiting unnecessary travel and gatherings, and practicing good hand hygiene.

We know many of you have been looking forward to getting together with family and friends over the holiday weekend. But this is not a return to business as usual. COVID-19 is still in our communities and we need to be mindful of the risks our actions pose to our ourselves and others. Each of us can take steps to help Oregon stay safe and healthy.

For more information, visit healthoregon.org/coronavirus
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