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Based on updated guidance from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Gov. Kate Brown announced late Tuesday that Oregon will be expanding COVID-19 vaccinations to include all individuals age 65 and older.

Gov. Brown announces plans to expand COVID-19 vaccinations to all seniors - KTVZ

The change is a response to a federal decision to lower the age for eligibility and release more doses of the vaccines.

Oregon Gov. Kate Brown speeds up timeline for some COVID-19 vaccinations - OPB

State officials are still working on how they will notify residents who qualify about where to go to get vaccinated.

Oregonians age 65+ and teachers can get vaccinated against COVID-19 starting Jan. 23, governor says - oregonlive.com

SALEM, Ore. - All Oregonians 65 or older will be eligbile to geing receiving the COVID-19 vaccine on January 23 as additional supplies from the federal government arrive, Gov. Kate Brown said Tuesday. Brown said the federal government would released its full reserve of vaccines available to states, rather than holding some doses in storage. That will allow vaccination of Oregon seniors – as well as child care providers and early learning and K-12 educators and staff – to begin.SALEM, Ore. - All Oregonians 65 or older will be eligbile to geing receiving the COVID-19 vaccine on January 23 as additional supplies from the federal government arrive, Gov. Kate Brown said Tuesday. Brown said the federal government would released its full reserve of vaccines available to states, rather than holding some doses in storage. That will allow vaccination of Oregon seniors – as well as child care providers and early learning and K-12 educators and staff – to begin.

Governor: Oregon to start vaccinating all residents 65 or older on January 23 | KVAL

Governor: Oregon to start vaccinating all residents 65 or older on January 23

There are new developments in Oregon's efforts to ease the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.There are new developments in Oregon's efforts to ease the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Pandemic: Columbia remains as high risk county, elderly to receive vaccines | News | thechronicleonline.com

Gov. Kate Brown announced late Tuesday afternoon Oregon will expand its COVID-19 vaccination plan to include everyone who is 65 and older beginning January 23.Gov. Kate Brown announced late Tuesday afternoon Oregon will expand its COVID-19 vaccination plan to include everyone who is 65 and older beginning January 23.

Brown: People 65+ can get vaccinations January 23 | KOIN.com

Oregon State University hosted an expert panel Tuesday to address various aspects of Oregon's COVID-19 vaccine rollout, which like much of the nation (and world) has been slower than hoped.

OSU experts: Lack of personnel among challenges in Oregon's vaccine rollout - KTVZ

There are 54 new COVID-19 related deaths in Oregon, tying the daily record and raising the state's death toll to 1,667, the Oregon Health Authority reported Tuesday.

Oregon reports daily record-tying 54 COVID-19 deaths, including 6 in C. Oregon - KTVZ

To speed up the coronavirus vaccination process, public health officials are matching health care providers and employers with hospital systems administering the vaccine in Washington, Multnomah, Clackamas and Columbia Counties. Currently those eligible for the vaccine in Oregon are those in Phase 1A groups 1-4, which includes healthcare workers, caregivers and those in long-term care facilities. COVID-19 vaccination phases (Oregon Health Authority) RELATED | Gov.To speed up the coronavirus vaccination process, public health officials are matching health care providers and employers with hospital systems administering the vaccine in Washington, Multnomah, Clackamas and Columbia Counties. Currently those eligible for the vaccine in Oregon are those in Phase 1A groups 1-4, which includes healthcare workers, caregivers and those in long-term care facilities. COVID-19 vaccination phases (Oregon Health Authority) RELATED | Gov.

Portland-area counties expect to speed up COVID-19 vaccinations for health care workers | KATU

Portland-area counties expect to speed up COVID-19 vaccinations for health care workers

Doctors say social distancing and masks coupled with flu shots have helped lower the number of flu cases, dramatically.Doctors say social distancing and masks coupled with flu shots have helped lower the number of flu cases, dramatically.

'Flu has been almost zero': COVID-19 prevention leads to major drop in Oregon flu cases | kgw.com

Vaccination clinics have opened in Salem, Hillsboro and Portland to speed up Oregon’s COVID-19 vaccine rollout. Gov. Kate Brown wants the state to be able to administer 12,000 vaccine doses per day by next week. Caption: With vaccination clinics open, thousands expected to get COVID-19 shot this week. (KATU) RELATED:OHA confident it can meet governor's goal of vaccinating 12,000 Oregonians daily.Vaccination clinics have opened in Salem, Hillsboro and Portland to speed up Oregon’s COVID-19 vaccine rollout. Gov. Kate Brown wants the state to be able to administer 12,000 vaccine doses per day by next week. Caption: With vaccination clinics open, thousands expected to get COVID-19 shot this week. (KATU) RELATED:OHA confident it can meet governor's goal of vaccinating 12,000 Oregonians daily.

With vaccination clinics open, thousands expected to get COVID-19 shot this week | KATU

With vaccination clinics open, thousands expected to get COVID-19 shot this week

Beginning Jan. 23, Oregonians Over Age 65 Can Get a COVID-19 Vaccine - Willamette Week

Oregon's Governor Kate Brown announced that new groups will be allowed to get the COVID-19 vaccine before the end of the month, now including educators and people over the age of 65. The governor's office said that Oregon senior citizens as well as child care providers and early learning and K-12 educators and staff may start getting vaccine doses as soon as January 23. Additional shipments of the vaccine are expected to arrive from the federal government, the governor's office said. Oregon's Governor Kate Brown announced that new groups will be allowed to get the COVID-19 vaccine before the end of the month, now including educators and people over the age of 65. The governor's office said that Oregon senior citizens as well as child care providers and early learning and K-12 educators and staff may start getting vaccine doses as soon as January 23. Additional shipments of the vaccine are expected to arrive from the federal government, the governor's office said.

Oregonians over 65, teachers will get COVID-19 vaccine next, Gov. Brown says | KATU

Oregonians over 65, teachers will get COVID-19 vaccine next, Gov. Brown says

Seniors have been added to the priority list for the next phase of vaccine distribution.Seniors have been added to the priority list for the next phase of vaccine distribution.

Oregonians 65+ and educators to get vaccine soon

More than 100,000 doses of COVID-19 vaccines have been administered in Oregon, the state's health authority reported on Monday.More than 100,000 doses of COVID-19 vaccines have been administered in Oregon, the state's health authority reported on Monday.

Coronavirus updates Tuesday: Lane County reports 3 deaths, 101 cases

PORTLAND, OR (KPTV) - The Oregon Health Authority reported 939 new cases of COVID-19 statewide on Monday.PORTLAND, OR (KPTV) - The Oregon Health Authority reported 939 new cases of COVID-19 statewide on Monday.

Oregon Health Authority reports 939 new COVID-19 cases, 10 additional deaths statewide | News | kptv.com

We'll update this story throughout the day with the latest news about coronavirus and its effects in Oregon on Tuesday, Jan. 12.We'll update this story throughout the day with the latest news about coronavirus and its effects in Oregon on Tuesday, Jan. 12.

Oregon COVID-19 updates: Oregon ties record deaths; expands vaccinations

Governor Kate Brown says that Oregon's vaccination effort will expand to include people 65 and older, childcare providers, and school staff on January 23.Governor Kate Brown says that Oregon's vaccination effort will expand to include people 65 and older, childcare providers, and school staff on January 23.

Vaccinations for Oregon seniors and school staff will begin later this month, Gov. Brown says

COVID-19 has claimed 10 more lives in Oregon, including Jefferson County's 21st death, raising the state’s death toll to 1,613, the Oregon Health Authority reported Monday.

Oregon reports 10 more COVID-19 deaths, including Jefferson County's 21st - KTVZ

After vaccinating more than 8,000 people in the past four days, Salem Health has only a few hundred doses of Covid vaccine remaining, but expects to receive more Tuesday. Vaccines are available Monday to eligible Polk County residents or workers at West Valley Hospital in Dallas.After vaccinating more than 8,000 people in the past four days, Salem Health has only a few hundred doses of Covid vaccine remaining, but expects to receive more Tuesday. Vaccines are available Monday to eligible Polk County residents or workers at West Valley Hospital in Dallas.

Salem Health cancels Jan. 11 Covid vaccine clinic, plans to resume Jan. 12 | Salem Reporter