Updated April 7, 2021
As the developments in Coronavirus (COVID-19) continue to unfold, please follow the direction from our public health authorities including the CDC, Oregon Health Authority, and Coos Health & Wellness to protect yourself, our community and our visitors. Visit the state’s Safe+Strong Oregon page for more information.
On April 9, 2021, Coos County will move into the High Risk Category. This category allows restaurants, indoor recreation and fitness establishments and indoor entertainment
establishments to open to 25% capacity (or 50 people, whichever is smaller). It also allows outdoor dining (75 people maximum, including individual dining pods) and retail stores and shopping malls to open to a maximum of 50% occupancy.
Face coverings are still mandatory for all when inside a public space and when outdoors when 6 feet distancing cannot be maintained.
The Visitor Information Center in Coos Bay is open to assist you when visiting our area on temporary hours of 10am-2pm Monday-Saturday. Please follow the protocols in place at the Center.
If you are ready to travel, we are ready to welcome you back to Oregon’s Adventure Coast. However, if you are feeling ill or not comfortable traveling right now, we encourage to stay home and stay healthy. Let’s all do our part to stop the spread of COVID-19.
Here are some suggestions to help you stay healthy.
We are closely monitoring the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic as it relates to our state, our county and our destinations.
This situation continues to evolve with changes daily and there is a lot of uncertainty. We strongly encourage residents and travelers to always follow public health authorities’ recommendations above all else.
When you are ready to travel, we are ready to welcome you back where we have Adventures to Invigorate and Space to Spread Out!