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County reduced to ‘High’ risk level; indoor dining, recreation, entertainment can resume Friday – McMinnville News

Updated Tuesday, 3:30 p.m.: The state announced Tuesday that Yamhill County, along with neighboring Polk and Marion counties, has been lowered from Extreme to High risk level, meaning that limited indoor dining, recreation and entertainment is allowed starting Friday. 

The Oregon Health Authority reported 184 cases for Yamhill County in the two-week period from Feb. 6-20, which would result in moving from the “Extreme” to “High” risk level beginning Friday, Feb. 26.

That would allow indoor dining at restaurants to resume with 25% capacity or 50 people, whichever is smaller, along with indoor recreation and entertainment activities.

Yamhill County reported 28 COVID-19 cases over the weekend, bringing the total to 3,731. No new COVID-19 deaths in the county were reported in that time frame.

Thirteen other counties across the state are currently in the extreme risk

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