VIDEO: A series explaining aspects of being in quarantine for Covid in Malheur County

Malheur County Health Department’s Covid contact tracing command center at Four Rivers Cultural Center on July 2. Cases of Covid spiked over the summer, and the health authority has called in dozens of extra county employees and volunteers to help track people with whom ill patients came into contact. (The Enterprise/Rachel Parsons)

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In this five-part video series, Covid contact tracer and Health Department nursing supervisor Rebecca Stricker explains what patients and their close contacts can expect when asked to quarantine.

PART 1: What happens when county health authorities find a new case . . .