Phase 1a Group 2

Updated 05/03/2021

Summary

 

Individuals within Group 2 include, but are not limited to health care personnel (HCP), residents, all staff and contractors at:

  • Residential and congregate care facilities
  • Hospice programs
  • Behavioral health mobile crisis care services
  • Secure transport services
  • Correctional settings

Please see below for more specific information on who is included in Group 2. 

 


 

Guidance

 

Under Oregon Health Authority's guidance, Group 2 (other residential facilities14 and congregate care sites including residents, HCP, all staff and contractors; hospice programs; behavioral health mobile crisis care; secure transport; individuals working in a correctional setting) includes:

  • All residents15 plus all paid and unpaid HCP who have the potential for direct or indirect exposure to residents or infectious materials serving in long-term care facilities that are not skilled nursing facilities and memory care facilities.
    • Includes residential care facilities and assisted living facilities16.
  • All paid and unpaid HCP who have the potential for direct or indirect exposure to residents or infectious materials serving in hospice programs17.
    • Includes all hospice service providers regardless of the setting where services are delivered, inpatient or outpatient.
  • All residents plus all paid and unpaid HCP who have the potential for direct or indirect exposure to residents or infectious materials serving in adult foster homes.
    • Includes behavioral health adult foster care homes.
  • All residents who meet the age eligibility for vaccines per the FDA, plus all paid and unpaid HCP/direct care personnel who have the potential for direct or indirect exposure to residents or infectious materials serving in group homes for children or adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities (I/DD).
  • All residents plus all paid and unpaid HCP who have the potential for direct or indirect exposure to patients or infectious materials serving in licensed residential behavioral health treatment settings, including:
    • Residential Treatment Homes (RTH), Residential Treatment Facilities (RTF)
      and Secure Residential Treatment Facilities (SRTF)
    • Substance Use Disorder and Problem Gambling Residential and
      Recovery Services
    • Alcohol Detoxification Programs
    • Psychiatric Residential Treatment Services facilities
  • Secure transport and transport custody providers serving patients in the behavioral health system.
  • All paid and unpaid HCP who have the potential for direct or indirect exposure to residents or infectious materials providing mobile crisis care and related services, including but not limited to Assertive Community Treatment (ACT).
  • All residents plus all paid and unpaid HCP who have the potential for direct or indirect exposure to residents or infectious materials serving in licensed Community-Based Structured Housing (CBSH) facilities (i.e., congregate housing).
  • All paid and unpaid personnel (including DOC staff and contractors) who have the potential for direct or indirect exposure to residents or infectious materials serving in Oregon Department of Corrections (DOC) facilities.
    • Includes all employees, including correctional officers and transport personnel
      serving adults in custody.
  • All paid and unpaid personnel (including OYA staff and contractors) who have the potential for direct or indirect exposure to residents or infectious materials serving in Oregon Youth Authority (OYA) facilities.
    • Includes all employees, including security and parole officers and transport personnel serving youth in custody.
  • All paid and unpaid personnel who have the potential for direct or indirect exposure to residents or infectious materials serving in OYA-certified community residential programs.
  • All paid and unpaid personnel, including contractors, who have the potential for direct or indirect exposure to residents or infectious materials serving in the county jail system, including those providing physical, behavioral, oral/dental health and pharmacy services.
    • Includes all employees including transport personnel serving adults in custody.
  • Traditional Health Workers and Health Care Interpreters working in any of these settings.
  • HCP providing culturally specific health care services in any of these settings, including tribal-based practices.

 

14 443.400 (8): “Residential facility” means a residential care facility, residential training facility, residential treatment facility, residential training home, residential treatment home or conversion facility.
15 “Resident” means any individual residing in a facility who receives residential care, treatment or training as defined in purposes of ORS 443.400 to 443.455.
16 “Residential care facility” and “assisted living facility” are defined in OAR 411, Division 54.
17 Hospice program as defined in ORS 333-035-0050

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