PHI and its programs are working rapidly to respond to COVID-19, the novel coronavirus, on local, national and global levels. We are creating and share emerging science, best-practices and policy shifts, to support our communities, healthcare and public health systems as they respond to and manage the COVID-19 pandemic.

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COVID-19Because of the speed with which new information, policies and recommendations related to COVID-19 are being updated, we are linking directly to many of our program source materials, and including time stamps so you know how recently information has been updated. See our full list of COVID-19 resources and information.

New PHI resources on COVID-19

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New COVID-19 employment opportunities

In partnership with the Oregon Public Health Institute, PHI is hiring numerous positions to support Washington County Public Health's COVID-19 contact tracing efforts, including Contact Tracers, Contact Tracer Supervisors, Micro-Team Managers and Resource Coordinators.

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  • 10M pieces of personal protective equipment delivered in CA and WA
  • 1.7M low-cost N95s sourced from China in just three weeks

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COVID-19 Resources and Updates

The Public Health Institute is working hard to focus our resources and expertise to address COVID-19 and its impacts on our communities. We are getting masks and PPE directly to frontline workers, bolstering efforts to address inequities, and coming up with solutions to support our most vulnerable communities.

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