COVID-19 Related Business Layoffs, Closures, and Unemployment Insurance Benefits

Ebōk jiban kin Kajin Majol

Ñan kajitok aer karool waj kir eo am ilo talebon kin kajin Majol, jouj im email ie etam, nomba eo am, im kajin eo kwōkōnaan ñan OED_LANGUAGEACCESS@OREGON.GOV. Juon rijerbal jen obij eo enaj karool waj kir eo am ilo talebon kin kajin Majol ilo laajrak eo enaj itok kajitok eo. Kin an lukkun lab kajitok ko rej itok jen customer ro, emaron naj bōk elōñ raan ñan amim kir waj kwe ilo talebon. Jouj im letok ien ñan amim uaak im jilkintok wot juon majej.

Elanne kwoj aikuij jipan kanne Unemployment Injuren kuleim ilo juon kajin ijellokin kajin Palle, komaron bar kur juon WorkSource center nan konono ippen juon ri-jerbal ilo Tipaatmen eo an Rij-erbal. Nomba in taleboon ko an aolep jentor repad ilo Jouj im kwalok nan ri-jerbal ro am kajin eo kwonej aikuij jipan ie, im kom naaj kur juon ri-ukok ilo taleboon ak karok eok ippen juon ri-jerbal eo ejela kajin kein ruo.

Nan jipan eok kanne kuleim in Unemployment Injuren, kom naaj aikuij bok melele kein ilo iien eo jej ennaan ilo taleboon. Jouj im kopoje mokta jen am ennaan tok:

1. Nomba in Social Security

2. Jikin jerbal ko kwar jerbal ie ilo allon ko 18 remootlok, ekoba: raan ko kwar jerbal, jerbal eo kwar               kommane at ko, jikin jokwe, im nomba in taleboon

3. Tarlep in/ wonem jen jikin jerbal ko am

4. Nomba in rejijtor eo am einwot juon ri-likin (elanne ewor)

5. Nomba in taleboon

 Situation in the U.S. and Globally

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) leads the U.S. response. The World Health Organization (WHO) guides the global response.

 Information from CDC   Information from WHO

For general information on COVID-19 in Oregon, call 211. If you are having a medical emergency, call 911.

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Spread facts, not fear.

Oregon is seeing an increase in incidents of discrimination and harassment related to the COVID-19 virus. It is important that all people, businesses, and other organizations act on facts, not bias or xenophobia. Health officials confirm there are no links between COVID-19 infection and a person’s race, color, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, religion, ability, or national origin. COVID-19 can infect anyone who is exposed to it, and anyone can spread COVID-19. 


In consideration of staffing challenges and health concerns due to COVID-19, Governor Kate Brown announced a statewide closure of Oregon K-12 schools from Monday, March 16 through Tuesday, April 28.

OHA knows we are asking a lot of Oregonians in order to protect those who are particularly vulnerable to this virus, and there is a lot of fear and anxiety in our communities. Educators are the heart of our schools, which in turn are the heart of our communities. In the wake of COVID-19’s arrival in Oregon, our schools are facing operational and business challenges.

We stand with the governor and our education partners as they make difficult decisions in response to these operational challenges in their school communities.

Resources from Oregon Department of Education

Child Care Resources from Early Learning Division

In partnership with OHA, the Early Learning Division (ELD) has created new tools for addressing concerns in child care around COVID-19.

Resources from Oregon Higher Education

Updated on September 21st, 2020 01:50PM