Oregon Looking At Making Indoor Masks Permanent

A photo shared on Twitter shows Oregon Governor Kate Brown at the LGBTQ Victory Fund’s 30th Anniversary Gale in Washington D.C. on Saturday.

Currently in Oregon, per a mandate set by Kate Brown, individuals are required to wear a mask while not actively eating or drinking. Generally speaking, most businesses are pretty adamant about wearing your mask when entering their establishment. Oregon is one of only a few states that still require masks since the pandemic started – and now it could be permanent.

Last Thursday the Oregon Health Authority (OHA) assembled a Rules Advisory Committee to address a permanent indoor mask mandate. The committee

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