The Dunn County Public Health Department has removed their recommendations for maximum sizes of gatherings in the counties due to COVID concerns. In a press release from the Department, KT Gallagher stated

The Dunn County Health Department is announcing new updates to the COVID-19 gathering guidelines.

The Dunn County Health Department is removing any formal recommendations on gathering size at this time. Within the last seven days, 3/9/22 to 3/15/22, there have only been eight confirmed cases within Dunn County. Our community level is “low” according to the CDC. You can read more about this here.

Things people and their families can do:
? Stay up to date with COVID-19 vaccines and boosters.
? Follow CDC recommendations for isolation and quarantine
? Keep good ventilation in your home and other indoor spaces
? Talk to you doctor or medical provider about your personal risk of severe illness and their recommendations on masking, testing and early treatment.

Research has shown that the serious effects of COVID-19 can be largely prevented through vaccination. We’re encouraging everyone who is eligible for the vaccine, to get the vaccine. Check out this website to find out where to get a COVID-19 Vaccine in Dunn County.
As always, you can follow the Dunn County data on our COVID-19 portal.…

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