16 De Marzo 6 PM Actualización

Dado que nuestra tasa positiva real de pruebas está tan mal representada por la falta de equipo de prueba y una acumulación de pruebas, nos hemos movido a compartir algunas otras medidas adicionales sobre la incidencia en nuestra comunidad.

Para minimizar la presión sobre el centro de atención telefónica y el sitio de detección, le pedimos que primero autoinforme sus síntomas en línea. Si sus síntomas empeoran, llame al centro de atención telefónica al 970-641-7660. Su información permanecerá en el anonimato, pero actualizaremos a todos con el número de personas que se autoinforman. Este formulario de informe de síntomas permite a nuestros empleados de Salud y Servicios Humanos rastrear a aquellos con síntomas sin que ellos llamen al centro de llamadas o visiten los sitios de detección.

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March 16th 6 PM Update

Since our actual positive rate of testing is so misrepresented by a lack of test kits and a backlog on testing, we have moved to share some other additional measures on the incidence in our community.

In order to minimize pressure on the call center and screening site, we ask that you first self-report online. If your symptoms worsen, please call the call center at 970-641-7660. Your information will remain anonymous, but we will update everyone with the number of individuals who self-report. This form allows our Health and Human Services employees to track those with symptoms without them calling the call center or coming to the screening sites.

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March 16th 11 AM Update

New Public Health Orders have been issued to close all Short-Term Lodging unless an exemption is issued by the Public Health Director for quarantine and emergency response crews. All visitors are asked to return home immediately by the safest and fastest available means. We ask that they self-isolate upon return. The order closes all restaurants and retail other than delivery service. Events are now limited less than 10 people.

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March 14th 6 PM Update

To make the experience for kids special and not scary we encourage you to recreate outside, board games, movie nights, fishing, hiking, or cross-country skiing. Any opportunity to explore while maintaining social distancing is encouraged. This goes for adults too. Across the globe, we are in uncharted territory. We can prop each other up as a community to get through this.

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March 14th 11 AM Update

If you have any symptoms, please stay home and do not venture into public spaces, Gunnison Valley Health, your primary care physician, or the screening site. Instead we ask that you call the Call Center, open seven days a week from 8:00 a.m. until 6:00 p.m. They will question callers to determine next steps. Before going to your doctor or the emergency room please call the Call Center at (970) 641-7660.

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March 13th 6 PM Update

If you have any symptoms, please stay home and do not venture into public spaces, Gunnison Valley Health, your primary care physician, or the screening site. Instead we ask that you call the Call Center, open seven days a week from 8:00 a.m. until 6:00 p.m. They will question callers to determine next steps. Before going to your doctor or the emergency room please call the Call Center at (970) 641-7660.

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13 De Marzo 11 AM Actualización

La comunidad de Gunnison tiene un grupo de emergencia y funcionarios quienes están trabajando para reaccionar al COVID-19 en la comunidad. Hay información buena en estos sitios web www.gunnisoncounty.org/covid19 y la página de Facebook, y Servicios Humanos. Hay nueva información cada día a las 11am y a las 6pm.

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March 13th 11 AM Update

The Gunnison County emergency response teams have been working with local groups to react to the COVID-19 virus that is spreading through the community. We have consolidated public information to two sources, first, the website www.gunnisoncounty.org/covid19 and second through the Gunnison County Health and Human Services Facebook page. The plan is to have continual updates through the day on the Facebook page, and secondly via updates to the website daily on 11:00am and 6:00pm. The Facebook feed for Health and Human Services is also embedded in the www.gunnisoncounty.org/covid19 page for easier access.

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March 12th 6 PM Update

The Gunnison County emergency response teams have been working with local groups to react to the COVID-19 virus that is spreading through the community. We have consolidated public information to two sources, first, the website www.gunnisoncounty.org/covid19 and second through the Gunnison County Health and Human Services Facebook page. The plan is to have continual updates through the day on the Facebook page, and secondly via updates to the website daily on 11:00am and 6:00pm. The Facebook feed for Health and Human Services is also embedded in the www.gunnisoncounty.org/covid19 page for easier access.

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