The Portland Emergency Coordination Center’s (ECC) Situation Status reports compile information and status updates about Portland’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
COVID-19 Situation Status Reports
- March 24, 2020 (pdf)
- March 26, 2020 (pdf)
- March 31, 2020 (pdf)
- April 2, 2020 (pdf)
- April 7, 2020 (pdf)
- April 9, 2020 (pdf)
- April 14, 2020 (pdf)
- April 16, 2020 (pdf)
- April 21, 2020 (pdf)
- April 23, 2020 (pdf)
- April 28, 2020 (pdf)
- April 30, 2020 (pdf)
- May 5, 2020 (pdf)
- May 7, 2020 (pdf)
- May 12, 2020 (pdf)
- May 14, 2020 (pdf)
- May 19, 2020 (pdf)
- May 21, 2020 (pdf)
- May 26, 2020 (pdf)
- May 28, 2020 (pdf)
- June 2, 2020 (pdf)
- June 4, 2020 (pdf)
- June 9, 2020 (pdf)
- June 11, 2020 (pdf)
- June 16, 2020 (pdf)
- June 18, 2020 (pdf)
- June 23, 2020 (pdf)
- June 25, 2020 (pdf)
- June 30, 2020 (pdf)
- July 2, 2020 (pdf)
- July 7, 2020 (pdf)
- July 9, 2020 (pdf)
- July 16, 2020 (pdf)
- July 23, 2020 (pdf)
- July 30, 2020 (pdf)
- August 6, 2020 (pdf)
- August 13, 2020 (pdf)
- August 20, 2020 (pdf)
- August 27, 2020 (pdf)
- September 3, 2020 (pdf)
- September 10, 2020 (pdf)
- September 17, 2020 (pdf)
- September 24, 2020 (pdf)
- October 1, 2020 (pdf)
- October 8, 2020 (pdf)
- October 15, 2020 (pdf)
- October 22, 2020 (pdf)
- October 29, 2020 (pdf)
- November 5, 2020 (pdf)
- November 12, 2020 (pdf)
- November 17, 2020 (pdf)
- November 19, 2020 (pdf)
- November 24. 2020 (pdf)
- December 1, 2020 (pdf)
- December 3, 2020 (pdf)
- December 8, 2020 (pdf)
- December 10, 2020 (pdf)
- December 15, 2020 (pdf)
- December 17, 2020 (pdf)
- December 22, 2020 (pdf)
- December 29, 2020 (pdf)
- December 31, 2020 (pdf)
- January 5, 2021 (pdf)
- January 7, 2021 (pdf)
- January 12, 2021 (pdf)
- January 14, 2021 (pdf)
- January 19, 2021 (pdf)
- January 21, 2021 (pdf)
- January 26, 2021 (pdf)
- January 28, 2021 (pdf)
- February 2, 2021 (pdf)
- February 4, 2021 (pdf)
- February 9, 2021 (pdf)
- February 11, 2021 (pdf)
- February 16, 2021 (pdf)
- February 18, 2021 (pdf)
- February 23, 2021 (pdf)
- February 25, 2021 (pdf)
- March 2, 2021 (pdf)
- March 4, 2021 (pdf)
- March 9, 2021 (pdf)
- March 11, 2021 (pdf)
- March 16, 2021 (pdf)
- March 18, 2021 (pdf)
- March 23, 2021 (pdf)
- March 25, 2021 (pdf)
- March 30, 2021 (pdf)
- April 1, 2021 (pdf)
- April 6, 2021 (pdf)
COVID-19 Regional Resources
Multnomah County is seeking donations of homemade face covers and homemade cloth face coverings, which should be unused and in good condition. The County is dedicated to ensuring that these scarce resources are distributed to Black, Indigenous, and People of Color communities.
Regional Dashboard: COVID-19 data for Multnomah, Washington, Clackamas, Yamhill counties.
Which County services/buildings are open or closed?
Social media accounts:
Information in languages other than English
https://c19oregon.com/start is an online triage tool that helps public health officials track COVID-19 cases and allows community members to check their symptoms and receive guidance.
Multnomah County’s Quedémonos en Casa campaign is a response to confusion around social/physical distancing identified by community liaisons. This social media campaign aims to reach the Latinx community, which has a higher percentage of COVID-19 cases, to encourage physical distancing, clarify what it means to practice and whether it applies to people within the same household.
Multnomah County District Attorney has a new social media campaign called “We Need to Know” about reporting hate crimes during the COVID-19 pandemic. The campaign includes social media graphics translated into Simplified & Traditional Chinese, Japanese, Khmer, Korean, Lao, Tagalog, Thai and Vietnamese.
City of Portland
https://www.portland.gov/novel-coronavirus-covid-19 – centralized information about the City’s response; this site supplements Multnomah County’s.
For City employees: Technology for Telework FAQs
Video update from Director Dr. Smith, Office of Equity and Human Rights on equity efforts embedded in City of Portland’s COVID-19 response.
Video urging physical distancing, staying home, and cutting back on travel, featuring Timber Joey and Portland Parks and Recreation park ranger.
City-created map of public restrooms and hygiene stations to help stop the spread of coronavirus.
The City’s Neighbors Together program offers a new conversational training that provides resources and tips on how to reach out to neighbors, especially those isolated and without digital access. Request a conversation or any of their other online trainings here or call (503) 823-4064. En español.
Asking questions, Getting help
Legal Aid / Oregon Law Center Public Benefits hotline (1-800-520-5292) on legal advice for immigrants and refugee communities to access health care during shelter in place.
Child Care for Essential Employees: 1-800-246-2154, 211 website, or the following:
OHSU/Portland Public Schools *Request for Care* (West Side Portland)
Gresham-Barlow/Centennial/Estacada *Request for Care* (All served in west Gresham-Barlow area)
Beaverton/Sherwood/Hillsboro *Request for Care* (SW Beaverton, N Sherwood, E Hillsboro)
Oregon Deaf and Hard of Hearing Services has created COVID-19 messaging in ASL Videos links and other resources.
The Government Alliance on Race and Equity published a COVID-19 Racial Equity Rapid Response Guidebook for Government. The document includes resources from across the country on how communities are responding to COVID-19.
COVID-19 and Health Equity – Exploring Disparities and Long-Term Health Impacts webinar series.
Multnomah County’s online signup for volunteer and paid opportunities to help during the COVID-19 response.
oregonrecovers.communityos.org: State of Oregon’s central point of contact for volunteer and large vendor coordination – donate time, equipment, resources, or facilities.
On July 3, the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) released updated guidance on quarantining.
The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention created communications toolkits in 27 different languages to help public health professionals, health departments, community organizations, healthcare systems and providers deliver COVID-19 prevention messaging.
World Health Organization (WHO): Q+As, travel advice, situation reports, technical guidance, and global research
Oregon Health Authority: Governor’s orders, Oregon news, community resources
Johns Hopkins University: global cases dashboard and map
Oregon Emergency Management Coronavirus Map
ESRI’s COVID-19 GIS Hub: get maps, data, and GIS assistance
City of Portland and Multnomah County public awareness campaign, videos in multiple language
The World Health Organization created a Myth-busters page to address rumors and misinformation about COVID-19. It includes shareable graphics that can be downloaded for social media to help fight the spread of misinformation.
CDC’s animal-related FAQ
Lines for Life is a regional non-profit dedicated to preventing substance abuse and suicide.
The Senior Loneliness Line supports mental health needs of Oregonians over 55. To get support, call 503-200-1633 or 800-282-7035.
A Virtual Wellness Room offers support to anyone considered an essential worker during the COVID-19 pandemic in Oregon. The Zoom conference check-in calls occur from 12:30 p.m. to 1 p.m. every Monday, Wednesday and Friday and have a facilitator to guide the conversation link.
Stay connected while we stay apart, Multnomah County video in multiple languages.
City of Portland’s and Multnomah County’s residential eviction moratorium
Oregon Housing and Community Services COVID-19 resources
Oregon Housing Alliance a blog post with resources on eviction and foreclosure moratoriums.
The Oregon Legislature allocated $8.5 million to the Oregon Housing and Community Services (OHCS) COVID-19 Rent Relief Program which will provide rent relief to those in need. Multnomah County Department of Human Services received $1,639,002. Portlanders should call 211 or MCHS directly (503-988-7453) for more information.
Multnomah County’s COVID-19 guidance for shelter settings
The Internal Revenue Service provides a web tool as a quick means of registering people who do not normally file taxes for the COVID-19 Economic Impact Payment, including a list of temporary mailing addresses for use by people without bank accounts.
On June 23, OSHA released opening guidance for non-essential businesses.
National Institutes of Health online training: how to protect yourself from COVID-19 at work
SAIF, Oregon workers’ compensation insurance: $10 million coronavirus worker safety fund to help Oregon employers pay for expenses tied to making workplaces safer
Families First Coronavirus Response Act requires certain employers to provide their employees with paid sick leave and expanded family and medical leave for specified reasons related to COVID-19.
Worksystems is hosting webinars every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday at 2:00 pm for people that have been laid off due to COVID-19. The webinars cover unemployment insurance, health care, and other related resources.
COVID Workforce Response Line is offering Multnomah County residents workforce services and related resources. Call (503) 714-5989, Tuesday and Thursday, 9:00-12:00 and Monday, Wednesday, Friday, 1:00-5:00.
The Oregon Department of Human Services developed a comprehensive website (needfood.oregon.gov) to help connect Oregonians with local school meal programs, food banks and pantries, meals for older community members and applications for food assistance programs.
Select schools in Multnomah County are providing school meals and food distributions in partnership with Oregon Food Bank. School food access sites are also posted on the SUN Service System website.
Oregon was recently approved to provide the Pandemic EBT benefits to families with school aged children. Review this factsheet to read more about Pandemic EBT and to determine eligibility.
Portland Area Schools
Centennial School District: resources for families
David Douglas School District: resources for families
Parkrose School District: resources for families
Portland Public Schools: resources for families
Reynolds School District: resources for families
Questions about schools should be routed to the Multnomah County Schools liaison, Beth Appert (eoc.liaisonschools@MultCo.us).
Portland Area Universities