Malheur County health experts urge folks to wash up, avoid virus myths

Jesse Melendez, maintenance director for the Nyssa School District, uses a cordless handheld sprayer to disinfect surfaces . The district purchased six last year. The equipment is said to now be on back order. (The Enterprise/Yadira Lopez)

ONTARIO – The recipe to stop the spread of the COVID-19 virus hasn’t changed.

Wash your hands. Stay home if you are sick and if you . . .

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