Oregon Officials Relax Mask Requirements in Health Care Facilities From April 3

Officials with the Oregon Health Authority said that masks would no longer be needed in healthcare settings starting on Monday, April 3.

The OHA said in a Twitter post that healthcare settings include, among other places, hospitals, outpatient centers, counseling offices, urgent care centers, and dental offices.

OHA officials said that patients, staff, and visitors can still wear masks if they want to. The OHA also tells people who are sick or at high risk of getting a serious illness to keep wearing a mask.

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OHA officials said that the rule has been in place since August 2021.

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