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The recent surge in Covid cases in Dechutes County is prompting the county health agency to beef up staffing to meet the growing needs of the pandemic.  Emergency Preparedness Coordinator Morgan Emerson says it’s a pro-active step they’re taking to stay ahead of the need.  They’ll be adding add two public health nurses, two administrators, a health officer, a health educator, and a public information officer.  The goal is to get the new hires in place by the beginning of the new year.

 

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