Did paperwork error keep Multnomah restaurants shutdown?

By Taxpayers Association of Oregon


This weekend Multnomah County Covid restrictions finally move from 25% to 50% capacity as the County moves into a lower risk category.   A restaurant explained to us that when they called the County on why their county was so far behind the rest of Oregon and the nation, it was stated that a delay in County paperwork to State Health Officials falsely kept the County stuck in a higher risk designation.

The fact that today, Multnomah restaurants are at 25% capacity despite the fact that nearly 75% of all Oregonians are vaccinated and mask rules are dropping in most states, reveals that it appears the county is victim to a little bureaucracy.

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