No, Oregon's proposed 'permanent' mask rule is not going to remain in place forever

The ‘permanent’ designation means the rule would have no built-in expiration date, but state health officials could still lift it when it’s safe to do so.

PORTLAND, Ore. — Oregon state health officials are scheduled to hold a hearing at 10 a.m. Thursday to consider adopting a permanent indoor face mask rule. But what does “permanent” mean?

A large number of recent social media posts, right-wing outlet headlines and even some mainstream news sites have presented the word “permanent” without context in the headline, implying at first glance that the rule will continue forever.

THE QUESTION

Does Oregon’s proposed mask rule being

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