Lincoln County Public Health announced three more confirmed COVID-19 cases today. This brings the current case count to 26 confirmed and four presumptive for a total of 30 cases.
NEWPORT, Ore. – Lincoln County Public Health is investigating an outbreak of confirmed COVID-19 cases. Five of the recently announced cases are connected to Pacific Seafood in Newport.
Motels and vacation rentals here are once again open to tourists and operating at a relative gallop after city officials rejected a 24-hour turnaround policy recommended by county officials.
Lincoln County Public Health announced three more confirmed COVID-19 cases today. This brings the current case count to 23 confirmed and two presumptive for a total of 25 cases.
We are fortunate to live in a special part of America that values racial, ethnic, religious, and cultural diversity. But anyone paying attention this week knows that problems persist. Systemic, institutional, and interpersonal racism remains in our country and in our state that must be addressed.
Lincoln County Public Health announced four more confirmed COVID-19 cases today and one new presumptive positive.
Three Lincoln City Councilors have terms expiring Dec. 31 and interested parties who wish to run for the positions can start today.
Providing end-of-life care for loved ones at home is a sad burden for many local families. A generous grant by the Newport Walmart ensures that these patients can rest more comfortably with the gift of extra-long twin sheets to fit the in-home hospital bed.