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March 31st - Colorado COVID-19 totals (as of 3/29, 4 pm): 2,627 cases, 51 deaths (2 under 40), 414 hospitalized, 15,364 tested, 14 outbreaks at residential and non-hospital health care facilities,
Southwest Colorado confirmed cases: La Plata (23), Archuleta (1), Montezuma (1), Dolores (0), San Juan (0). No deaths.
Colorado activates 2-1-1: online, dial 2-1-1, or text your zip code to 898-211. Only call 911 for medical emergency,
Archuleta County COVID-19 screening is Tuesday, March 31, 12 – 4 pm for very high risk residents only,
Southwest Colorado Disaster Relief is active. Residents seeking personal and immediate assistance, or to donate a resource of money, go to and complete the form. if you want to help with financial and business aid, go to

Finding Peace Practicing Your ABCs

A local ‘corporate graffiti artist’ is using her craft to help people relax during virtual meditation sessions, and all she does is draw letters so elegant that it’s like watching a ballet.

Food Bank Struggling; Needs Donations

The Durango Food Bank continues to serve residents in need with drive-up service, but it can use donations. Buy online and have the food shipped to the Food Bank or drop-off items.

Kids Need Structure during Stay Home

Dr. Doug Miller offers useful advice while you’re sequestered at home with you kids during the pandemic. It’s all a matter of adjusting your attitude and doing something meaningful for others.

Emergency Fund Gets $50,000 Start

The Community Foundation Serving Southwest Colorado and United Way of Southwest Colorado have kick-started the community emergency fund to help with food, housing needs.

Three Additional COVID-19 Cases ID’ed

San Juan Basin Public Health has confirmed three more cases of COVID-19 infections in La Plata County as a result of last week’s drive-through community testing.

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