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.
YOU'RE WATCHING THE LOCAL NEWS NETWORK.THREE MORE CASES OF CORONAVIRUS HAVE BEEN CONFIRMED IN LA PLATACOUNTY ON WEDNESDAY.
A SAN JUAN BASIN PUBLIC HEALTH NEWSRELEASE REPORTS THAT THE CASES INDICATE THE CORONAVIRUS HAS BEENTRANSMITTED WITHIN THE COMMUNITY.
THE HEALTH DEPARTMENT HAS BEGUN CONTACTTRACING TO IDENTIFY OTHERS WHO MAY HAVE COME INTO CONTACT WITH THEINFECTED ADULTS. THOSE INDIVIDUALS WILL BE CONTACTED AND INFORMED OFTHEIR STATUS.
THE INFECTIONS WERE IDENTIFIED AS PARTOF THE COMMUNITY DRIVE-THROUGH TESTING CLINIC HELD ON MARCH 23RD.
SAN JUAN BASIN PUBLIC HEALTH WILLDELIVER FUTURE CASE COUNTS AT 5 P.M. DAILY.
FOR MORE INFORMATION, VISIT S B JPUBLIC HEALTH DOT ORG.
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