By Nicole Montesano • Staff Writer • 

Smoke continues to complicate pandemic, county COVID-19 cases climb to 696

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According to Oregon State University, those that were exposed to the smoke from the fires in Oregon now have a greater chance of contracting COVID-19 due to the residue of the inhaled particles. They also say it is imperative that Americans get flu shots as without the vaccine there will be a higher risk of infection rate that will also promote COVID-19.

GET YOU FLU SHOTS PEOPLE!

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