Public Health has 12 additional positive cases to report today. The increase is the result the backlog in lab delays–these results are from tests performed last week, and not representative of just a single day of testing. Montrose County Public Health issued a public health order banning burning in the unincorporated areas of the county (to exclude federally managed public lands) beginning Sunday, April 12 at 12:01 a.m. The burn ban is critical to public health and well-being during this pandemic; read more here. Please recreate responsibly within your area and be aware of the public health orders of adjoining counties, as well as any fire restrictions as well. Visit westslopefireinfo.com for more information regarding fire restrictions and know before you go. If you have an emergency, please contact 911. As a friendly reminder, if you are sick, please STAY HOME and quarantine—call your doctor if you have COVID-19 symptoms.
DATA & TESTING INFORMATION
Montrose County Public Health has a test site available for individuals who meet criteria to be tested. In order to be tested, please CALL your primary care provider.
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The link for guidance for places of worship and Easter services can be found here: https://drive.google.com/file/d/198uBL74jwCudBodIA2JZoNoKFfH-A7d4/view?userstoinvite=%22%22.
The Montrose Police Department and Montrose County Sheriff’s Office will not be conducting random traffic stops to enforce the statewide stay-at-home order.