Coronavirus  Resources

Association of Oregon Counties (AOC) is closely monitoring the COVID-19 pandemic, and through partners, is providing resources and up-to-date information on the state of the outbreak, efforts to curb and stop the spread, funding and economic impact, and other imperative details as counties work through prevention and mitigation strategies.

Please direct all questions to the AOC public affairs department.

State Advocacy

Joint Special Committee on Coronavirus Response

The Oregon Legislature’s Joint Special Committee on Coronavirus Response (JSCCR) was created specifically to expand the scope of our approach to the Coronavirus (COVID-19). Specifically, the JSCCR is charged with the following:

  • Identify actions that will support economic relief and household stability for low-income workers and small businesses who are at risk of being significantly impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.
  • Produce budget and policy recommendations for legislative action in a timely manner.
  • Monitor Oregon’s ongoing public health response and, if needed, make recommendations for further legislative action.

State Policy Resources

Federal Advocacy

County Webpages Dedicated to COVID-19

For information provided by each county, click the links below.
*Information will be updated as it becomes available.


A number of resources are available regarding COVID-19, including information on current cases, transmission sources, travel information, testing, risk, and other pertinent details. Below are leading resources for up-to-date and relevant information.

Visit the Oregon Health Authority  website for information on  cases in Oregon ; updated  frequently asked questions (FAQ)  responses; and educational videos on protection, facts, when to seek treatment, and tutorials.

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Visit the  World Health Organization (WHO) website for daily situation updates.

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Visit CIS for sample coronavirus-related information, including insurance-related questions, leave policies, employment-law worksheets, public-safety resources, preparedness tips, and much more.

During this unprecedented time, CIS will grant access to nonmembers by request.

All Oregon counties are listed on the SBA’s Economic Injury Development Loan website. All small business owners are encouraged to apply online. Please remember with the high volume of applicants, you may need to revisit the site during off-peak hours.