COVID-19 Resources

For general information on COVID-19 in Oregon,  call 211 or visit 211info.

Find a COVID-19 Test in Oregon

COVID-19 Vaccine in Oregon

On March 8, 2020, Gov. Kate Brown declared a state of emergency to address the spread of COVID-19 in Oregon. The Oregon Health Authority (OHA) serves as the lead agency for the public health response. Malheur County Health Department works with OHA to monitor and suppress COVID-19 infections and hospitalizations and reduce the health and economic impacts and disparities that have stemmed from the COVID-19 pandemic in our county.

Quick Local Links

State and National Links

Governor’s Office – State Resources

  • Governor Kate Brown’s COVID-19 Resources for Oregon, including current orders and guidance for specific sectors. If you’re looking for information on Reopening Phases, press conferences, or rules for businesses, community, and the public, visit the Governor’s website.

Additional State COVID-19 Resources

Safe + Strong COVID-19 Community Resources:

Federal COVID-19 Resources

Business Enforcement

To file a complaint related to OHA guidance, please first contact OSHA:

Visit the OSHA website to file a complaint. Towards the top of the page is a paragraph, “We recommend that employees first attempt to resolve safety and health issues by reporting them to their supervisors, managers, or to their employer’s safety and health committee,” followed by:

Complaint form  English   Spanish

You can also contact the OSHA Bend Field Office at 541-388-6066.

If you still see violations, call the Malheur County Environmental Health Office at 541-473-5186 after you have filed an OSHA complaint and seen an additional concern and we will follow up.

More Questions?

If you can’t find what you need, follow up with our office and county partners:

  • Malheur County Health Department: 541-889-7279
    • Nurse line, public health services, questions about virus, exposure, or cases.
  • Malheur County Environmental Health: 541-473-5186
    • Business guidance, enforcement, filing OSHA complaint and follow up.
  • Malheur County Emergency Management: 541-473-5120
    • Law enforcement, PPE supply, and testing.