(Portland, OR) -- The respiratory virus season in Oregon is ending. Oregon State Health Officer Dr. Dean Sidelinger says it was the combination of COVID-19, influenza, and RSV. Sidelinger says 87 percent of Oregonians have received the basic vaccinations for COVID, 78-percent have received at least one booster and 25-percent have gotten the bivalent booster. Cases of respiratory infections are trending down and hospitalizations are slowly declining. Sidelinger says people should still have a plan to protect themselves from COVID, get tested if you get sick, if you test positive let people who might have been exposed know, and stay home for at least five days.