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Metro COVID Updates

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OFB & OHA "Masks Required" Signs

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Posters & Signs in multiple languages communicating the new mask requirement.


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OHA "Masks Required" signs for your agency

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The Oregon Health Authority has created signage in multiple language to communicate the state's mask requirements.


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Effective immediately, face covering are now required at both indoor distributions and any outdoor distribution where distancing cannot be maintained.


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TEFAP Requirements - COVID Edition

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OFB Compliance has received many questions about the TEFAP requirements during the COVID pandemic. This document and video are meant to clear up any confusion around those requirements.


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Food pantries and other public service organizations in Oregon are allowed to remain open during the "Stay Home, Save Lives" order, provided they follow the requirements outlined in Governor Brown's order. This is a breakdown of those requirements.


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New Coronavirus Food Safety Page

By Josh Baruch

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Week 3 (I think?) is in the books - virtual high fives all around for the amazing work you all accomplished this week. We're in this together for the long haul, but recent data suggest that current social distancing measures could cut transmission rates between 50%-70% if Oregonians maintain these limitations on virus-spreading interactions into early May. Read more here. Keep it up everyone! - Courtney


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Food assistance sites are considered essential services under Governor Kate Brown's Stay Home Save Lives Executive Order No. 20-12. Please note: under this order, we (businesses and nonprofits) are required, under section 10, to designate an employee or officer to develop and enforce social distancing procedures consistent with guidance from the Oregon Health Authority.


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Ordering and Pickup Changes

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Orders must now be submitted by NOON the previous day, the order pickup window is now 8am-12pm, and we are limiting the number of pickup slots to 3 agencies per 30 minutes. CLICK TITLE TO SEE ALL UPDATES.


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Food assistance providers can continue to serve the community, so long as you are following the social distancing requirements.


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