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What Does Each COVID-19 Risk Level Mean For Your Oregon Wedding?


Oregon Changes to Risk Levels

How to Be Prepared for Your Coronavirus Wedding in Oregon


The state of Oregon has changed from Phases to Risk Levels, this blog will give you the basics on what you need to know for planning a wedding. This blog will be updated regularly, but you can also use the links below for the most up to date information for the state of Oregon.



BEST PRACTICES

Even though the vaccine is being rolled out, we still have a long way to go. Until then all Oregonians are still asked to follow these basic best practices no matter where you go, if you have been vaccinated and no matter the counties risk level.

  • Wear a mask whenever we have to leave our home.

  • Limit gatherings to small groups

  • Keep at least six feet away from others outside your household

  • Wash your hands

  • Stay home when sick

  • Get a flu shot

  • Follow COVID-19 rules in your county



RISK LEVELS


The number of cases in each county help health officials make decisions about which activities are safe and what businesses can be open. County Risk Levels are updated every two weeks in response to how COVID-19 is spreading in our communities.

Click here to check your or your venues counties risk level.

Depending on the location of your wedding it may fall into one or more of these "activity" categories: Social and At-Home Gathering Size (Indoor/Outdoor), Entertainment Establishments (Indoor/Outdoor), or Faith Institutions. Some wedding venues may also be required to follows guidelines set for "Eating and Drinking Establishments".



EXTREME RISK


- Social and At-Home Gathering Size — Indoor

Maximum 6 people.

Recommended limit: 2 households


- Social and At-Home Gathering Size —Outdoor

Maximum 6 people.

Recommended limit: 2 households


- Indoor Entertainment Establishments

Indoor on-site consumption of food and drink is prohibited.​

11:00 p.m. closing time.


For establishments 500 s​q. ft. or larger

Customer capacity: Maximum 6 people total ​(not including employees) in

shared indoor entertainment spaces. Require minimum six (6) feet physical

distancing between households. ​Employee capacity: Limit to the minimum

number of employees needed to operate the establishment.


For establishments smaller than 500 sq. ft.

Customer capacity: Maximum 1 person total. ​

Employee capacity: Maximum one (1) employee total.

- Outdoor Entertainment Establishments

Max 50 people


- Faith Institutions

Indoor Capacity: Maximum 25% occupancy or 100 people total, whichever is

smaller. Outdoor Capacity: 150 people maximum.

Recommended: limit services to one hour



HIGH RISK


- Social and At-Home Gathering Size — Indoor

Maximum 6 people.

Recommended limit: 2 households


- Social and At-Home Gathering Size —Outdoor

Maximum 8 people


- Indoor Entertainment Establishments

Capacity: Maximum 25% occupancy or 50 people total, whichever is smaller.

11:00 p.m. closing time.


- Outdoor Entertainment Establishments

Max 75 people


- Faith Institutions

Indoor Capacity: Maximum 25% occupancy or 150 people total, whichever is

smaller. Outdoor Capacity: 200 people maximum



MODERATE RISK


- Social and At-Home Gathering Size — Indoor

Maximum 8 people.

Recommended limit: 2 households​


- Social and At-Home Gathering Size —Outdoor

Maximum 10 people


- Indoor Entertainment Establishments

Capacity: Maximum 50% occupancy or 100 people total, whichever is smaller.

11:00 p.m. closing time.


- Outdoor Entertainment Establishments

Max 150 people


- Faith Institutions

Indoor Capacity: Maximum 50% occupancy or 150 people total, whichever is

smaller. Outdoor Capacity: 250 people maximum



LOWER RISK


- Social and At-Home Gathering Size — Indoor

Maximum 10 people.

Recommended limit: 4 households​


- Social and At-Home Gathering Size —Outdoor

Maximum 12 people


- Indoor Entertainment Establishments

Capacity: Maximum 50% occupancy.

12:00 a.m. closing time.


- Outdoor Entertainment Establishments

Max 300 people


- Faith Institutions

Indoor Capacity: Maximum 75% occupancy.

Outdoor Capacity: 300 people maximum




More details on requirements for each sector:


For information about Washington:


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