'We are at a critical moment in this pandemic': Here are the current Oregon COVID risk levels

Multnomah County and Clackamas County are among six Oregon counties that will move from moderate to high risk on April 9.

PORTLAND, Ore — Six Oregon counties, including Multnomah and Clackamas, will move from moderate risk to high risk when the state’s new COVID-19 risk levels begin on Friday, April 9, Oregon Gov. Kate Brown announced Tuesday. 

The move means fewer people will be allowed at indoor businesses such as restaurants and gyms. 

There will be 14 counties in the high risk level, six at moderate risk and 16 at lower risk when the new levels take effect. Zero counties currently qualify for extreme

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