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Coronavirus in Oregon: 437 cases, 32 new deaths as 2 restaurants fined for COVID violations – OregonLive

The restaurants, both in Florence, face a combined total of nearly $36,000 in fines.

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The Oregon Health Authority reported 437 new cases of the coronavirus Wednesday.
The agency also reported 32 new deaths. The new figures were announced as two restaurants on the Oregon coast were fined for willfully exposing their workers to the virus, as well as other COVID-19 violations.
The restaurants, both in Florence, face a combined total of nearly $36,000 in fines.
A state investigation found that The Little Brown Hen, a Florence cafe, had been operating indoor dining since at least Dec….

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