COVID-19: What you need to know about novel coronavirus

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More than 1,000 Oregon residents have tested positive for novel coronavirus, with cases locally in Lane, Linn, Benton and Douglas counties.

In response to the spread of the virus, local and state officials have issued emergency declarations, and Gov. Kate Brown has ordered residents to stay at home as much as possible.

Schools have been closed through the rest of the school year. Students will rely on the state's remote learning plan, and seniors on track to graduate will graduate.

The first presumptive case in Oregon was announced on Feb. 28.

Stay with KEZI 9 News for updates as we track new developments in Oregon and beyond.

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