Know Before You Go
Multnomah County, where Portland is located, is in the “High Risk” category, which means:
• Restaurants and bars are focused on takeout. Limited indoor dining is allowed, but capacity is limited to 25% occupancy or 50 people, whichever is smaller. Outdoor dining is allowed; up to 6 people from 2 households per table; 11 p.m. close.
• Retail stores, farmers’ markets and malls are open but limited to 50% capacity; curbside pick-up is encouraged.
• Outdoor recreation, fitness and entertainment establishments (zoos, pools, gardens, parks, etc.) can open but are limited to 15% capacity.
• Indoor entertainment establishments (theaters, arenas, concert halls, museums, etc.) can open but capacity is limited to 25% occupancy or 50 people, whichever is smaller, and must close by 11 p.m.
• Indoor recreational and fitness facilities are open, but limited to 25% capacity or 50 people, whichever is smaller.
• Indoor social get-togethers are limited to no more than 6 people, total, from no more than 2 households. Outdoor social get-togethers are limited to 8 people.
Please click on the questions below to see the latest information about Oregon travel restrictions and visiting Portland during the COVID-19 pandemic. This information is changing quickly, and we do our best to keep this page current.
Frequently Asked Questions About COVID-19 and Visiting Portland
If I visit Portland from out of state, do I need to self-quarantine?
What is currently open in Portland?
Multnomah County (where Portland is located) is in the “high risk” category. At this risk level, the following businesses are allowed to operate, with conditions and limits:
– restaurants for delivery, take-out and limited indoor and outdoor dining (limited to 25% capacity);
– salons, massage parlors and non-medical spas;
– retail stores, farmers’ markets, groceries and pharmacies (limited to 50% capacity);
– indoor and outdoor malls and businesses within malls (limited to 50% capacity);
– indoor fitness and recreation facilities (limited to 25% capacity);
– outdoor fitness, recreation and entertainment establishments such as zoos, pools, gardens, parks, etc. (limited to 15% capacity); and
– indoor entertainment establishments such as theaters, arenas, concert halls, museums, etc. (limited to 25% capacity or 50 people, whichever is smaller).
Indoor gatherings are limited to no more than six people total, from no more than two households. Outdoor social gatherings can include up to eight people.
Note: Individual businesses, restaurants, stores and attractions are determining their own operating strategies during the pandemic; please check with specific businesses before visiting.
Do I have to wear a face mask in Portland?
– at your own residence;
– in your own personal vehicle;
– under five (5) years of age;
– eating or drinking;
– engaged in an activity that makes wearing a mask, face covering or face shield not feasible, such as when taking a shower;
– in a private, individual workspace; or
– removing the mask briefly because your identity needs to be confirmed by visual comparison, such as at a bank or if interacting with law enforcement
Are Portland restaurants open for sit-down dining?
What events are happening this week/month in Portland?
What Portland hotels are open now?
Do you know when social distancing restrictions in Portland will be eased?
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