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|Face Coverings |
Beginning July 1st, Governor Brown has expanded the order that requires individuals wear face coverings while in indoors to be in place statewide. This includes faith gatherings. The entire guidance document can be found here.
A few notes about the new guidance:
Face coverings are required for adults and children over the age of 12 while visiting indoor businesses, including faith gatherings, unless there is a medical condition or disability that allows for an exemption (please see guidance for those exemption details). This includes employees and volunteers.
Children between the ages of 2-12 are strongly encouraged to wear face coverings, but they are not required.
Musicians – Face coverings are not required for musicians while singing or playing an instrument if at least six (6) feet of distance is maintained from others. When not performing, all musicians must wear face coverings during gatherings. This includes before, during and after services.
Teaching/Preaching – Face coverings are not required while faith leaders are teaching/preaching. However, a distance of at least six (6) feet must be maintained between the speaker and audience. When not teaching/preaching, all teachers/preachers must wear face coverings during gatherings. This includes before, during and after services.
Communion Elements – If your congregations will be taking communion elements:Use of a common communion cup is not recommended. If distributing communion from the cup cannot be omitted, consider distributing it in separate cups from a platter, spaced so that communicants can select a cup without touching the others.Face coverings can be removed to partake in communion elements, but should worn again once the consumption of food/drink is complete.
Offices – Employees, contractors and volunteers: Masks, face coverings or face shields are not required when at or in a location where the employee, contractor or volunteer is not interacting with the public and six (6) or more feet of distance can be maintained between other people.
Please reach out with any questions. We are here and happy to support faith communities as we all navigate this season. In partnership, Faith Community Liaison Team Everyone has a right to know about and use Oregon Health Authority (OHA) programs and services. OHA provides free help. Some examples of the free help OHA can provide are: Sign language and spoken language interpretersClosed captioning in English and SpanishWritten materials in other languagesBrailleLarge printAudio and other formats If you need help or have questions, please contact Faith.Liaison@dhsoha.state.or.us.