BLM launches Covid protocol for fire season’s first big blaze in Malheur County

At least once a day, fire personnel undergo temperature checks and conduct self-assessments through a checklist while staffing the Indian Creek Fire burning east of Juntura. (BLM photo)

JUNTURA – When the U.S. Bureau of Land Management rallied to thwart the fire season’s first large wildfire in Malheur County, it did so under new protocol adapted for Covid.

The Vale BLM debuted . . .

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