Malheur County watchful but plans steady course as omicron spreads in U.S.

People line up for vaccination during an event at Four Rivers Cultural Center in Ontario on Dec. 3, 2021. (Enterprise file)

The coronavirus had seemed to simmer down in Malheur County in recent weeks, so much so that future meetings of the county’s Covid task force recently were canceled.

And then came omicron.

State officials announced last Friday that the new variant of . . .

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