Starting July 1, face coverings will be mandatory in all indoor public spaces within Oregon counties. While many Oregonians have already acquired a face mask, some will need to pick one up if they want to do everyday things like grocery shopping.
Thankfully there are a some Oregon companies that quickly shifted their production lines to include manufacturing face masks and even more retailers that have begun offering the products as part of their lineup so that you can support local while slowing the spread of the virus.
Here’s where you can get a face mask in Oregon.
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In addition to those awesome organizations, Oregon’s Aging and Disability Community Project is acquiring and supplying residents with a limited number of face masks for the elderly, people with disabilities, and caregivers. Email [email protected] for more info on how you can acquire a mask should you be unable to get one by other means.
Eastern Oregon, Mid-Valley, and Southern Oregon
Coastal Oregon, and Central Oregon
If none of these stores are fitting, the fine folks at Travel Oregon have put together a useful list of resources for those looking to make a Do-It-Yourself mask.