KBOO Responds to COVID19

KBOO response to COVID19
Published date: 
Friday, March 13, 2020 - 1:45am

KBOO is committed to both keeping our staff and volunteers safe and healthy and at the same time providing our listeners with as much up-to-date, accurate information as we can about the current status of COVID19 in our listening area. We are staying on the air - but volunteers and most staff are working remotely. You can reach our staff via individual emails: listed on our staff page, or call our main number: 503-231-8032 and leave a message for our staff according to directions provided.

How KBOO is keeping our station and volunteers safe

Latest COVID19 News:

Click here for LATEST NEWS updates & audio reports about COVID19  

List of Oregon COVID19 resources:

Click here for LOCAL RESOURCES - including getting food delivered free, support for workers, free apps for musicians and much more

FREE LUNCH pickup locations for all area school districts

Tracking the Spread of the Virus:

Current statistics on the spread of the virus - updated daily

COVID Tracking project - tracking the number of tests administered, and the results of those tests

For the latest information in Oregon: Oregon Health Authority

Latest national info: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Latest international info: World Health Organization

Where to find accurate information on impacted countries (including the US):

Country Source
Australia Australia Government Department of Health
Canada Public Health Agency of Canada
France Gouvernement.fr
Germany Federal Center for Health Education
Hong Kong Center for Health Protection
Indonesia Indonesia Ministry of Health
Italy Ministry for Health
Japan Japan Cabinet Secretariat
Malaysia Malaysian Health Ministry
Singapore Ministry of Health
South Korea Korean Ministry of Health & Welfare
Taiwan Taiwan CDC
Vietnam Vietnamese Ministry of Health
UK National Health Service
US Center for Disease Control


General Information: What is COVID-19?

COVID-19 is a Coronavirus, part of a large family of viruses that usually cause mild respiratory illnesses such as the common cold. COVID-19 is a new coronavirus that had not been seen in humans before.

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