VIDEO: Local nonprofits bring Covid information to Spanish-speaking community

Many of Malheur County's Spanish speakers work in agriculture and hospitality. Nonprofit organizations are working overtime to provide these groups with accurate information about Covid and support in case of illness. (The Enterprise/Rachel Parsons)

One-third of the population of Malheur County is Hispanic. Thousands of people are bilingual, but many don’t speak English and there is no local Spanish-language news source. Community . . .

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