By Taxpayer Association of Oregon
– Last night, California Governor Gavin Newsom enacted an emergency “stay-at-home” lock-down for the entire state of California which expanded similar rules in place in San Fransisco and Lose Angeles.
– To the north is the State of Washington which has the second highest virus outbreak, second only to New York City.
This naturally puts Oregon at greater risk. These developments may also encourage more people from those states to enter Oregon increasing the odds of more cases. In light of these things, Oregon may soon see tighter restrictions.
Some of these restrictions could hit for Oregon’s hardest hit counties.
Here is where it hit the counties as of Monday March 16, 2020: