The following is a list of many of the extraordinary steps taken by the Governor through her 19 Executive Orders:
A. Prohibiting large social, spiritual, and recreational gatherings of 250 people or more statewide. Executive Order 20-05.
B. Prohibiting on-premises consumption of food and drink at food and drink establishments; prohibiting gatherings of 25 people or more. Executive Order 20-07.
C. Closing all public schools; authorizing the Early Learning System Director to establish requirements for emergency childcare. Executive Order 20-08.
D. Closing all colleges and universities. Executive Order 20-09.
E. Canceling all elective and non-urgent medical procedures that use personal protective equipment (PPE), requiring that they be fully canceled or rescheduled no earlier than June 15, 2020; providing that industries that use PPE are strongly encouraged to cancel or postpone non-essential use of PPE; prohibing non-essential visitors to medical facilities. Executive Order 20-10.
F. Ordering a moraorium on residential evictions. Executive Order 20-11.
G. Ordering Oregonians to stay home, including restrictions on social gatherings unless 6 feet of social distance can be maintained, and prohibiting the patronization of closed businesses; clsoing most businesses; requiring social distancing for certain retail businesses; imposing workplace restrictions; closing government buildings to the public except for limited circumstances; requiring that child care providers must close if they cannot maintain stable groups of 10 or less children in a classroom, that cannot be accessed by other children outside the group; requiring that child care must be prioritized for certain special groups; closing all public recreational areas and parks; restricting travel to essential travel. Executive Order 20-12.
H. Prohibiting landlords from terminating rental agreements or evicting tenants for non-payment. Executive Order 20-13.
I. Changing the requirements for public meetings at all levels of government and moving those public meetings online. Executive Order 20-16.
J. Prohibiting garnishment of CARES Act recovery rebates except in limited circumstances. Executive Order 20-18.
K. Requiring that childcare facilities remain closed unless they are approved by or able to comply with Early Learning Division standards. Executive Order 20-19.
L. Prohibiting in-person classroom instruction, completely. Executive Order 20-20.
M. Prohibiting non-essential visitors to medical facilities and requiring that essential visitors be screened; selectively allowing certain elective and non-urgent procedures to proceed if they can comply with rules issued by the Oregon Health Authority. Executive Order 20-22.