Community Health Metrics – COVID-19

Metric Models (p.18)OnSitePublic Elementary schools must offer an On-Site or Hybrid optionPublic schools may limit to Comprehensive Distance Learning (CDL)Distance LearningDatesMarion
County
Clackamas County
County Case Rate per 100,000 over 14 days
Now <200.0
Was <50.0
Now 200.0 to <350.0
Was 50.0 to <200.0
Now >350.0
Was 200.0 to <350.0
>350
4/25 – 5/8291.91293.6
5/2 – 5/15254.1251.3
5/9 – 5/22212186
County Case Count over 14 days
Now <60
Was <30
Now 60 to < 90
Was 30 to <60
Now >90
Was 60 to <90
>90
4/25 – 5/810191253
5/2 – 5/158871072
5/9 – 5/22740796
County Test Positivity
Now <10.0%
Was <5.0%
Now <10%
Was 5.0% to <10.0%
Now > 10%
Was <10.0%
>10%
4/25 – 5/88.30%8.50%
5/2 – 5/158.70%8.20%
5/9 – 5/228.70%7.80%
Updated
5/25/2021
“Return to Normal” On Site Learning or Hybrid (only as needed to maintain small cohorts) instructional models

Public K-12 schools must offer an On-Site or Hybrid Option

Public Middle and high school are not required to initially open to in-person instruction and may limit to CDL only as needed to address any current transmission within a school.K-12 public schools are not required to initially open to in-person instruction and may limit to CDL exclusively if need to adddress any current transmission within a schoolLarge counties are those with 30,000 or more residents. School reopening decisions in these counties are based on cases per 100,000 and test positivity.