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Gov. Kate Brown will loosen many of Oregon’s COVID-19 restrictions: Bars and restaurants can open for outdoor – OregonLive

Brown’s new, mostly lighter restrictions will start next week on Thursday, Dec. 3.

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Oregon Gov. Kate Brown announced Wednesday that shes loosening many restrictions she had placed just a week ago on bars, restaurants, gyms, stores and religious organizations in order to stem the unprecedented, out-of-control spread of COVID-19.
Starting Thursday, Dec. 3, many of Browns restrictions will be lifted in Oregon counties that havent been as hard hit by the coronavirus.
But most of Browns restrictions likely will still remain in place Dec. 3 in 21 counties — including Multnomah, Clackamas,…

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