September 24, 2020 Public Health COVID-19 Update There are currently 6 active cases in the San Luis Valley. See more data here: slvemergency.org/slv-covid-19. Public Health is very pleased with the results of the community testing event at ASU this past
September 17, 2020 Public Health Update The SLV currently has 2 known active COVID-19 cases. See more data here: slvemergency.org/slv-covid-19. This week, the Governor released a statewide COVID-19 “dial” to help communities better gauge and communicate their current level of
September 10th, 2020 Public Health Update The SLV currently has 6 known active COVID-19 cases. Alamosa: 3 Conejos:0 Costilla: 0 Mineral: 2 Rio Grande: 0 Saguache: 1 See more data, here: slvemergency.org/slv-covid-19 Public Health encourages those who have COVID-19 symptoms
Public Health Update for September 3, 2020 The SLV currently has 5 known active COVID-19 cases. Alamosa: 2 Conejos:0 Costilla: 0 Mineral: 0 Rio Grande: 0 Saguache: 3 See more data, here: slvemergency.org/slv-covid-19 Public Health encourages those who have COVID-19
Public Health Update for August 27, 2020 See regional data here: slvemergency.org/slv-covid-19 The San Luis Valley region, like virtually all of Colorado, continues to operate with Safer at Home level COVID-19 precautions. Very few counties around the state have variances
COVID-19 Blog: August 20, 2020 (Español) See case data and more here, updated weekdays: https://www.slvemergency.org/slv-covid-19. We would like to address a few more questions posed to us recently: Q. What is known about the long-term effects of COVID-19? A. Because this virus
COVID-19 Blog: FAQ Friday, August 14, 2020 (Español) See case data and more here, updated weekdays: https://www.slvemergency.org/slv-covid-19. FAQ Friday: Q. I see a lot of out-of-town visitors arriving and moving around in the Valley from states with high transmission rates.
Case data is now posted on our COVID-19 page at https://www.slvemergency.org/slv-covid-19, updated weekdays.
Positivity Rate Explained – FAQ Friday (Español) We have received a lot of questions about positivity rate, what it means, and how it helps us. One of the reasons Public Health is interested in positivity rate is because it is
For the most up-to-date COVID-19 information, see slvemergency.org/slv-covid-19.