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CENTRAL OREGOJN -- The Oregon D-E-Q has issued an Air Quality Advisory until at least tomorrow night due to wildfire smoke and includes Deschutes and Jefferson counties and Warm Springs Reservation. Community Health Manager Tom Kuhn (coon) says people with respiratory or cardiovascular diseases, people over age 65, infants, children and pregnant women should contact a doctor to develop a smoke plan. Kuhn says everyone should reduce time outdoors…set air conditioning to recirculate and reduce indoor smoke and dust such as using candles, gas stoves and vacuuming.

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