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Lincoln County COVID-19 vaccines

Lincoln County will stay low-risk through March 26, with nearly 23 percent of the population vaccinated, and the next group eligible to get COVID-19 vaccines will include pregnant women.

Bottles and cans to return to Lincoln County

Lincoln County stores will be required to accept redeemable bottles and cans this week as more Oregon counties move into lower COVID-19 risk categories.

Oregon is different

Oregon, is going to tax your EIP COVID-19 payments from 2020. Now, you say, what about the money I received in 2021?

Lincoln County vaccines reduced and delayed next week

Lincoln County Public Health has learned from the Oregon Health Authority that vaccine allocation will be smaller than anticipated and delayed.

Lincoln County blasts health authority over vaccine “catch up” redistribution

A band of Lincoln County agencies and the Board of Commissioners have sent a letter to Oregon Health Authority lead Patrick Allen, urging the director to take a more equitable approach to COVID-19 vaccine distribution.

Wastewater samples test positive for COVID-19 ‘California Variant’

Samples of L452R, a highly contagious "California variant" of COVID-19 have been detected by Oregon State University researchers in Lincoln City's wastewater treatment plant.

Oregon Republican leaders rebuke vaccine redirection

Republican leaders of Oregon's House and Senate issued a joint statement Friday, sharply criticizing Gov. Brown's redirection of 32,000 vaccines from rural Oregon to Portland.

Lincoln County to remain ‘High Risk’ for next two weeks

Lincoln County Public Health officials confirmed Monday night that Lincoln County will remain in the "High Risk" category for COVID-19 under Governor Brown's Oregon’s Risk and Protection Framework.

Samaritan walk-in clinics to close for health care worker vaccinations

The Samaritan walk-in clinics located in Newport and Lincoln City will be temporarily closed to the public Friday, Jan. 15 through Sunday, Jan. 17 so that community health care workers – by appointment only through the county health department – can obtain their first round of COVID-19 vaccinations at those two locations.

Samaritan Health Services COVID-19 vaccine update

Samaritan Health Services expects to receive a "very limited supply" of COVID-19 vaccines by the end of the week and will hold an online question and answer seminar about vaccines Dec. 17.

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