COMMENTARY: State’s odd handling of Covid data only adds to public confusion, challenges trust

This is an excerpt of a Covid study done in Malheur County by the Oregon Health Authority that covers up what in some instances is already publicly disclosed. (Oregon Health Authority document)

Confusion and suspicion are well stocked in the public relating to government information about the pandemic, and that doesn’t help Oregonians.

Oregon has done better than most states in keeping Covid . . .

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