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Oct 16, 2020

Curry County Public Health (CCPH) Was Notified of One (1) New Case of COVID-19.

Curry County Public Health (CCPH) was notified of one new case of COVID-19 reported by Seaview Sr. Living – Memory Care. This individual is asymptomatic and will be isolated and monitored for symptoms. This current case has been verified and confirmed by the Health Officer through lab results. We are also saddened to have to report that One resident of Seaview Senior Living – Memory Care unit passed away early Monday Morning at the hospital. This resident was an 88 year old male who had pre-existing medical conditions, had been referred to Hospice and tested positive for COVID-19 but had no signs or symptoms of COVID-19 prior to transfer to the hospital. Our hearts, thoughts and prayers are with his family and friends.
As of October 16th, 2020, the total verified number of positive cases reported for
Curry County residents is currently 56, with one that is counted as Presumptive,
with 41 recovered cases, 14 active cases, one hospitalization and death. Out of the total numbers for Curry County including staff and patients 21 are from Sea View Senior Living Long Term Memory Care.

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Oct 12, 2020

Curry County Public Health (CCPH) Was Notified by the Executive Director of Sea View Senior Living Memory Care Unit of Six (6) Additional Covid-19 Cases

On October 12, 2020, Curry County Public Health (CCPH) was notified by the Executive Director of Sea View Senior Living Memory Care unit of 6 additional Covid-19 cases that were tested through Vikor Labs. These cases are patients of the long term memory care facility and as of today only one had Covid-19 symptoms and is hospitalized. These current cases have been verified and confirmed by the Health Officer through lab results.
CCPH is working with the administration of Sea View Memory Care Center to make sure these individuals are isolating and monitoring for any symptoms. CCPH is conducting contact tracing of these cases and will reach out to anyone suspected of exposure to COVID-19. CCPH has reached out to first responders who may have to respond for medical issues at that location.

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Oct 11, 2020

Curry County Public Health (CCPH) Was Notified by the Administration of Sea View Senior Living Memory Care Unit of Eleven (11) Additional Covid-19 Cases.

At 4:30PM on October 10, 2020, Curry County Public Health (CCPH) was notified by the Administration of Sea View Senior Living Memory Care unit of 11 additional Covid-19 cases that were tested through Vikor Labs. These cases are patients of the long term memory care facility and none appear to have any symptoms of Covid-19 according to Sea View Administration. These current cases have been verified and confirmed by the Health Officer through lab results.
CCPH is working with the administration of Sea View Memory Care Center to make sure these individuals are isolating and monitoring for any symptoms. CCPH is conducting contact tracing o these cases and will reach out to anyone suspected of exposure to COVID-19. CCPH has reached out to first responders who may have or have to respond for medical issues at that location.

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Oct 09, 2020

Curry County Public Health (CCPH) Was Notified of Five (5) New Cases of COVID-19.

At Noon on October 9, 2020, Curry County Public Health (CCPH) was notified of 5 new cases of COVID-19 at noon today. The notification of these cases came through the official medical record system provided by the Oregon Health Authority. These cases were health care workers from the same long term memory care facility in Curry County where two patients had positive results yesterday. These current cases have been verified and confirmed by the Health Officer through lab results. Three (3) of the individuals who tested positive are from Curry County while two (2) are from Del Norte County. Del Norte County Public Health has been notified and these cases will be referred to Del Norte County, California.

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Oct 08, 2020

Curry County Public Health (CCPH) Was Notified of Two (2) New Cases of COVID-19.

On October 8, 2020 at 2:50PM, Curry County Public Health (CCPH) was notified of two new cases of COVID-19. The notification of these cases came through the Vikor Scientific. The cases were from a long term memory care facility in Curry County. These current cases have been verified and confirmed by the Health Officer through lab results.
Public Health reached out to the care facility involved and they have the two individuals isolating and are monitoring for symptoms. Curry County Public Health is conducting case investigating and contact tracing of these cases and will reach out to anyone suspected of exposure to COVID-19. CCPH has reached out to first responders who may have or have to respond for medical issues at that location.

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Oct 08, 2020

Clerk Kolen reminds Voters of Deadlines

Curry County Clerk Reneé Kolen reminds residents who are new to the State of Oregon the deadline to register to vote in the November 3rd 2020 Presidential Election is October 13th.

Registered voters who have moved or changed their mailing address will need to update their Voter Registration by 8pm Election Day.  Oregon Law does not allow the United States Postal Service to forward ballots.

“The easiest way to register to vote or update your voter registration is to go to your trusted source either at  the Secretary of State Elections Division at oregonvotes.gov  or Renee’ Kolen Curry County Clerk at co.curry.or.us .” Kolen said.

“You can also register by paper form available at your local post office or contact our office at (541) 247-3297 to make arrangements to get you registered or email us at clerk@co.curry.or.us . Voters can also check the status of their registration and track the delivery of their ballot at oregonvotes.gov .” Kolen added.

Ballot packets will be mailed out to registered voters in Curry County on October 14th. Voters who have not received a ballot by October 21st should call the County Clerk’s Office at (541) 247-3297.

Postage is not required to mail a ballot and ballots are due in the County Clerk’s Office or in an Official Drop Box by 8:00 pm on Election Day November 3rd. Postmarks do NOT count in Oregon.  Official Drop Boxes are located at the Curry County Courthouse and at Brookings and Port Orford City Halls.

If you choose to mail your ballot it should be mailed by October 27th to ensure it arrives at the County Clerk’s office on time.

The biggest threat we have to elections today continues to be misinformation. Kolen reminds us to always go to a trusted source of election information at the Secretary of State Elections Division at oregonvotes.gov  or the Curry County Clerk at co.curry.or.us .

 

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Oct 07, 2020

Curry County Public Health Was Notified by Curry Health Network of One (1) New Case of COVID-19.

During the morning of October 7, 2020, Curry County Public Health was notified by Curry Health Network of a one new case of COVID-19. This current case has been verified and confirmed by the Health Officer through lab results.
Public Health has made contact with the individual, who is a Curry County resident that is home self-isolating, monitoring symptoms. Investigation and contact tracing is being conducted by Curry County Public Health. Public Health will reach out to anyone suspected of exposure to COVID-19.

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Oct 06, 2020

Curry County Seeks  Applicants for the Transient Lodging Tax Review  Committee

The Curry County TLT (Transient Lodging Tax) Implementing Ordinance No. 19-02 authorizes the Board of Commissioners to create a Transient Lodging Tax Review Committee.
The Committee will consist of an attorney, who may be county legal counsel; an accountant; a transient lodging tax collector; and two (2) lay members. The attorney, accountant, and transient lodging tax collector, for the inaugural committee, shall serve three (3) year terms and afterwards serve four (4) year terms. The lay members will serve four (4) year terms.

For more details go to Ordinance 19-02,  Section 8.02.180       

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Oct 02, 2020

*** UPDATED 10-3-20 ***  Curry County Public Health Was Notified of One (1) New Case of COVID-19 

UPDATE October 2, 2020 at 7:53PM  - - - -
Regarding the below notification posted in the afternoon October 2, 2020 -

After further investigation the individual who tested positive for Covid-19 was actually a Del Norte County resident who works at an assisted living home in Curry County. The case has been transferred back to Del Norte County Public Health who has reached out to the individual. Curry County Public Health has made contact with the individual’s employer. Del Norte and Curry County Public Health Departments have begun contact tracing. Curry County is currently 32 with one of those considered presumptive, 24 recovered cases, 8 active cases, zero hospitalizations and zero deaths.


On October 2, 2020 at 2:45 PM, Curry County Public Health was notified of one new case of COVID-19. This case notification came through the Curry Health Network at 2:45 pm today. This current case has been verified and confirmed by the Health Officer through lab results.
Public Health is reaching out to the individual to inform them of self-isolating and to monitor for symptoms. Curry County Public Health is conducting case investigating and contact tracing of this case and will reach out to anyone suspected of exposure to COVID-19.

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Oct 01, 2020

Curry County Public Health Was Notified by Oregon Health Authority (OHA) of Two (2) New Cases of COVID-19.

On September 30, 2020, Curry County Public Health was notified by Oregon Health Authority (OHA) through the official records system of two new cases of COVID-19. One was transferred from Lane County and the other from Marion County. Both cases are unrelated but are residents of Curry County. One case was verified through lab results. The other case is deemed a presumptive case even though the individual tested negative but had Covid like symptoms after being exposed to a positive case. This presumptive case was reported on the OHA dashboard last week as OHA considers presumptive cases as positive.
Public Health has reached out to the individuals and they will be at their homes self-isolating, monitoring symptoms. Investigation and contact tracing is being conducted by both Curry County Public Health and Public Health officials from both Lane and Marion Counties. Public Health will reach out to anyone suspected of exposure to COVID-19.
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Aug 27, 2020

News From County Clerk Renee' Kolen on the November 3, 2020 Presidential General Election

November 3, 2020 Presidential General Election

Curry County Clerk Reneé Kolen reminds voters that 20 years ago voters voted to make Oregon an entirely Vote-by-Mail State and that you do not need to request an absentee ballot UNLESS you will be away from your home between October 14th and November 3rd.

 Ballot packets will be mailed out to registered voters in Curry County on October 14th. If you have not received a ballot by October 23rd call the County Clerk’s office at (541) 247-3297.

 Reneé Kolen would also like to remind residents that are new to Oregon that the deadline to register to vote is October 13th.

 Voters can check the status of their registration at www.oregonvotes.gov or by contacting Kolen’s office.

 Voted ballots are due in the Clerk’s Office or in an Official Drop Box by 8:00 p.m. on Election Day November 3rd. Postmarks do NOT count. Official Drop Boxes are located at the Curry County Courthouse and at Brookings and Port Orford City Halls.

 If you choose to mail your ballot postage is prepaid and should be mailed by October 27th to insure it arrives at the Clerk’s office on time.

 

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Aug 20, 2020

County Clerk Renee' Kolen Issues Statement Regarding USPS

The USPS has announced that there will be no postal service changes until after the November election. Oregon voters can be assured that their ballots will be mailed to them and they will have the same return options and timelines as they had in the May Primary when a record 1.3 million Oregonians participated. Voters can cast their ballot just like they have in previous elections. 

 Our USPS partners here in Oregon continue to support our elections and go above and beyond to make sure that ballots travel efficiently through the mail.

We understand voters are concerned whether their vote will be counted in the upcoming election. We want to personally reassure Oregonians that we continue to do everything within our power to guarantee the security and integrity of our vote by mail system, which has been a success for more than 20 years.

Reneé Kolen, Curry County Clerk

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Jul 27, 2020

Curry County Public Health Received Notification of 1 new  Confirmed Cases of COVID-19.

  • As of noon today 07/27/2020, Curry County Public Health has received notification from Curry General Hospital of one new case of COVID-19, bringing the county’s total number of verified positive cases to 14, with 9 recovered cases, 5 verified active cases, zero hospitalizations and zero deaths.

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Feb 22, 2018

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