January 18th 2022 Update

For the seven-day period between 1/9/22-1/15/22 a total of 302 confirmed cases were identified in Gunnison County. The hours at the community COVID-19 testing have changed. Monday through Thursday testing will run from 9am-4pm. On Friday, testing will continue from 8am-11am.

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Actualización del 10 de enero de 2022

. Le pedimos a la comunidad que tenga en cuenta que cuando se predice una temperatura muy baja en el Valle de Gunnison durante la noche, lo más probable es que impacte la hora de inicio de la toma de pruebas de detección en la mañana siguiente.

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January 10th 2022 Update

When very cold overnight temperatures are predicted it will likely impact the start time of testing the following morning. COVID Check Colorado plans to open their operations on a daily basis when the temperatures reach double-digits likely around Noon.

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Actualización del 4 de enero de 2022

Por un periodo de siete días, entre el 26 de diciembre de 2021 y el 1 de enero de 2022, fueron identificados un total de 150 casos confirmados de COVID-19 en los residentes del condado.Iniciando a partir del jueves, enero 6 de 2022, el sitio de pruebas de detección gratis cambiara del parqueadero del hospital al parqueadero donde se realiza el carnaval de Cattlemen en el verano.

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January 4th 2022 Update

For the seven-day period between 12/26/21-1/1/22 a total of 150 confirmed cases were identified in Gunnison County residents. Starting on Thursday, 1/6/22 the free, community testing site will move from the GVH parking lot to the parking lot that hosts the Cattlemen’s carnival in the summer time.

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December 28th Update

For the seven-day period between 12/19-12/25/21 a total of 42 confirmed cases were identified in Gunnison County residents. Reported cases may not reflect the full spectrum of transmission in our community and the associated risk.

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December 13th Update

On December 9th, the CDC expanded the age range for those who can receive a booster dose of the Pfizer vaccine. Currently, anyone 16 and older can now receive a booster dose of Pfizer vaccine six-months after their second dose.

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