Dozens protest Oregon’s stay-at-home order at Capitol

SALEM, Ore. (AP) — Dozens circled Oregon’s state Capitol in their vehicles to protest the state’s stay-at-home order meant to slow the spread of the coronavirus. People in vehicles honked horns and displayed signs in one of several protests happening across the country this week as conservatives push back against virus-related restrictions. Meanwhile the Oregon Health Authority reported six new COVID-19 deaths Friday for a total of 70 in the state. State officials also reported 49 new cases, increasing to 1,785 the total number of people statewide who have tested positive for the disease.