All people in Hood River County are required by the State of Oregon to wear face coverings when in indoor public places, effective June 24th with a few exceptions. Face coverings include masks, face shields or face coverings.
Hood River County is in phase two of reopening. Public health guidelines, physical distancing, gathering size limits, and sanitization guidelines must continue.
If you do not have a face covering, speak to the operator of the public establishment to obtain one.
• Customers and visitors are not required in restaurants, bars, breweries, brewpubs, wineries, tasting room and distilleries while eating or drinking.
• Face coverings are not required when at a business and engaged in an activity that makes wearing a mask, face shield or face covering not feasible, such as strenuous physical exercise, singing or playing an instrument if at least six (6) feet of distance is maintained from others.
A few exceptions are notable:
• children under 12 years of age
• people with a medical condition that makes it hard to breathe when wearing a mask, face shield, or face covering
• individuals with a disability that prevents them from wearing a mask, face shield, or face covering.
Please continue to follow all Covid-19 guidelines: 1. Wash hands frequently; 2. Continue to stay 6′ away from non-household members; 3. Wear a cloth face covering when outside the home; and 4. Stay home if you have symptoms of illness.
Governor Brown’s county face covering guidelines can be found link: