Coos County: Our Covid-19 Story

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  1. Steven Greif says:

    Great idea for this page, Ariel. I’m sending in two photos. One shows the statue of Louis Simpson, North Bend’s town founder, wearing a mask. on April 15, 2020. During the COVID-19 crisis, the CDC asked citizens to help prevent the spread of the disease by wearing facemasks when doing essential chores, like grocery shopping, in public spaces. It was nice to see Louie doing his part. The second photo shows reserved parking spots in front of the EZ Thai restaurant, on Broadway in Coos Bay, in April. During the COVID-19 pandemic, the Governor of Oregon ordered all restaurants to close, except for take-out orders. Many local citizens regularly purchased take-out so that our favorite local restaurants could survive the shutdown.

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