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Find COVID-19 resources for school and daycare administrators, employers and long-term care facility operators.

HEALTH WARNING: WanaBana apple cinnamon fruit puree pouches may contain lead

October 28, 2023: The FDA advises parents and caregivers not to buy or feed WanaBana apple cinnamon fruit puree pouches to children because the product may contain elevated lead levels. There is no safe level of lead in the blood for children, and even low levels can have lifelong health impacts, including damage to the nervous system and learning, hearing and speech problems. Parents and caregivers of toddlers and young children who may have consumed the product should contact their child’s health care provider about getting a blood test. Read the FDA's alert for more information.

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Updated 11/03/2023

This page is intended for school and daycare administrators, employers and long-term care facility operators. We also include a few resources for families, employees and caregivers. If you can't find what you need, please email us or call 503-846-3594.

Schools and daycare providers

K-12 School administration and staff

Daycare providers

  • Early Learning Division COVID-19 Resources


Workplace support



  • If you have concerns about your workplace, including COVID-19 health and safety issues, you can file a complaint on OSHA's website.

Long-Term Care facilities, adult foster homes and caregivers

Group Living Facilities

  • This includes skilled nursing, assisted living, adult foster homes, residential care and other congregate settings.
  • All group living facilities need to report all positive and pending COVID-19 cases to Washington County Public Health by email or by calling 503-846-3594.
  • COVID-19 information for long-term care facilities by Oregon DHS: English/Spanish
  • How long-term care staff can protect themselves from COVID-19 outside of work, so they don't bring the virus into a long-term care setting. English/Spanish

In addition to reporting to Washington County Public Health:

  • Long-Term Care Facilities should also report cases to DHS by contacting the facility’s assigned policy analyst or by reporting to the general DHS email.
  • Skilled Nursing Facilities should also report cases by email.
  • Adult Foster Homes should also report cases to both of these email addresses: [email protected] and [email protected]
  • If licensed by Oregon Health Authority-Mental Health in Washington County, email [email protected].

Individuals and family caregivers

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