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CENTRAL OREGON --  The Crook, Deschutes and Jefferson County Health Departments are urging people to wear cloth masks when they go outside for visits to grocery stores, the pharmacy, a restaurant or while in workplaces.  Health officials say frequent hand washing and social distancing remain the most important ways to help  prevent the spread of COVID-19 virus. Health officials say wearing a mask can help prevent spread of the virus to other people who may be carrying the virus but are showing no signs of illness.  

 

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