Contact Tracing

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Contact Tracing

CHD staff and partners are making calls now. Some of these calls may look like they come from an unknown number. If you don’t answer, they will leave a message. Please call them back as soon as you can.

Local public health authorities will never ask for your social security number, credit card number, bank account or billing information, or immigration status. (Note: Information will not be shared with immigration authority or law enforcement. Getting tested or getting treatment for COVID-19 will not affect your ability to get permanent residency in the U.S.)

Las autoridades locales de salud pública y tribal nunca le pedirán su número de seguro social, número de tarjeta de crédito, cuenta bancaria o información de facturación, o estado migratorio. (Nota: la información no se compartirá con la autoridad de inmigración o las fuerzas del orden público. Hacerse la prueba o recibir tratamiento para el COVID-19 no afectará su capacidad de obtener la residencia permanente en los EE. UU.)

Below are resources from the Oregon Health Authority on Contact Tracing.

Colaborativo de contacto de COVID-19 en Oregon

OHA Contact Tracing page
Downloadable Resources
What to Expect if You've Been Diagnosed with Covid-19

Contact Tracing: What to Expect if You've Been Near Someone with Covid-19

What will I be Asked on a Contact Tracing Call?

What is Contact Tracing?

How to Quarantine

How to Self-isolate

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