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April 1, 2021
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UPDATE: FRIDAY, APRIL 16, 2021

Two additional Mt Hood Brewing Company employees have tested positive for Covid-19. The Clackamas County Public Health Department and the Oregon Health Authority have been contacted.

  • Friday April 2 – Employee A’s last shift. At this point, there is one other employee who will need to quarantine due to this exposure, due to living in the same household.
  • Friday April 9 – Employee B’s last shift. At this point, there does not appear to be any other employees who will need to quarantine due to this exposure.
  • Both employees have been instructed to quarantine for 10 days, as per the guidance of the Oregon Health Authority.
  • Thursday April 15 – Brewpub re-opens with healthy employees.

Clackamas County returned to the high risk category as of Friday, April 9 and is still in the high risk category due to the surge in cases in the county. Everyone needs to keep staying diligent about physical distancing, wearing a mask and washing and sanitizing their hands frequently.

UPDATE: FRIDAY, APRIL 9, 2021

A Mt Hood Brewing Company employee has tested positive for Covid-19. The Clackamas County Public Health Department and the Oregon Health Authority have been contacted.

The employee’s last shift was Thursday, April 1. This employee lives in the same household as the employee who tested positive earlier in the week has been instructed to continue quarantining. Because this employee has been in quarantine since April 2. At this point, there are not any other employees who will need to quarantine due to this exposure.

Clackamas County returned to the high risk category as of yesterday, Friday, April 9 due to the surge in cases in the county.

Everyone needs to keep staying diligent about physical distancing, wearing a mask at all times when not around people from your immediate household and washing and sanitizing their hands frequently.

  • Thursday April 1- Last shift employee worked at the Mt Hood Brewing Company
  • Friday April 2- Employee started quarantining due to potential exposure of a household member
  • Friday April 9- Employee received results for test and notified employer of positive test result for Covid-19. Employee was instructed to remain in quarantine for entire time stated by the Oregon Health Authority
  • Friday April 9-Brewpub is closed until further notice while other employees get COVID tests and staffing is situated.

UPDATE: WEDNESDAY, APRIL 7, 2021

A Mt Hood Brewing Company employee has tested positive for Covid-19. The Clackamas County Public Health Department and the Oregon Health Authority have been contacted.

The employee’s last shift was Sunday, March 28. The employee who has tested positive with Covid-19 had been instructed to self-isolate as soon as they started to feel symptoms. One other employee who lives in the same household as the employee who tested positive has been instructed to quarantine as well, that employee has not worked since Thursday, April 1. At this point, there are not any other employees who will need to quarantine due to this exposure.

Clackamas County is returning to the high risk category as of Friday, April 9 due to the surge in cases in the county.

  • Sunday March 28- Last shift employee worked at the Mt Hood Brewing Company
  • Thursday April 1- Employee started feeling symptoms of Covid-19
  • Tuesday Evening April 6- Employee received results for test and notified employer of positive test result for Covid-19. Employee was instructed to remain in quarantine for entire time stated by the Oregon Health Authority

UPDATE: THURSDAY, APRIL 1, 2021

A Mt Hood Brewing Company customer has tested positive for Covid-19. The Clackamas County Public Health Department and the Oregon Health Authority have been contacted and we are currently awaiting a response.

The customer was dining at the Mt Hood Brewing Company on Tuesday March 30 in the early evening. The customer was dining with a Mt Hood Brewing Company employee. The employee’s last shift was Friday, March 26. The employee who was in prolonged contact with the customer that tested positive with Covid-19 has been instructed to self-isolate and they are scheduled to get a Covid-19 test. At this point, based on the CDC’s exposure guidance, there are not any other employees who will need to self- isolate due to this exposure; this is attributed to the CDC’s definition of exposure as well as the staff at the Mt Hood Brewing Company staying diligent about physical distancing, wearing a mask at all times while at work, and washing and sanitizing their hands frequently.

  • Tuesday March 30- A MHBC customer tested positive for Covid-19 after dining in the brew pub earlier in the evening.
  • Wednesday March 31- Employee who dined with customer who tested positive notified RLK and Company of positive case.
  • Wednesday March 31- Mt Hood Brew Company was closed for the day for a full sanitizing of the restaurant.
  • Thursday April 1- Exposed employee has tested negative for Covid-19.