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County Commissioner Fears Some Restaurants Will Not Survive Freeze Order

BEND, OR -- Deschutes County Commissioner Patti Adair thinks the governor’s freeze order may close many restaurants for good. She asked County Health Officer Doctor Richard Fawcett if virus outbreaks are occurring at restaurants. He says “not huge outbreaks, but clusters.”  He says there aren’t many at all adding, one or two here and there. Commissioners are not happy with Governor Brown’s freeze order which they see as one size fits all in a state where virus cases and positive test rates vary widely. 

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