Chaffee County Public Health is reporting 53 new Covid-19 cases in the last 7 days and 141 in the last 14 days for a two-week positivity rate of 6.95%.
Chaffee County EMS, in partnership with Heart of the Rockies Regional Medical Center and Chaffee County Public Health will begin offering walk-up monoclonal antibodies treatment beginning Sunday, Nov. 28 at 9 am.
Chaffee County Public Health is reporting 90 new Covid-19 cases in the last 7 days and 224 in the last 14 days for a two week positivity rate of 6.33 percent.
The Chaffee County Board of County Commissioners have established a temporary policy to move all County public meetings to a fully virtual format through at least January 4, 2022.
Chaffee County Public Health has been working internally and with external partners to continue to build comprehensive and sustainable systems to meet the needs of the public.
A coalition of metro Denver public health directors is calling on Governor Jared Polis to require masks indoors statewide for everyone age 2 and older.
In a message to students and parents, Salida Superintendent David Blackburn announced that the Salida School District will transition to remote learning starting Tuesday due to staff absences.
With the number of positive COVID-19 cases continuing to rise across the community and increasing strain on the healthcare system across the state, the Chaffee County Board of County Commissioners (BOCC) and administration are putting additional emphasis on precautions to reduce in-person exposure.
There are 306 active cases in the San Luis Valley as of November 11th. Local hospital admissions for COVID-19 in the San Luis Valley have exceeded any previous week during the pandemic and ICU beds are full.
Colorado Governor Jared Polis signed an executive order yesterday saying that everyone age 18 and over can get the Covid-19 booster shot.
Chaffee County Public Health is reporting 135 new Covid-19 cases in the last 7 days and 232 in the last 14 days for a two week positivity rate of 5.49 percent.
Colorado is losing its battle against COVID-19. Colorado is one of the worst faring states in the country. Currently, 1 in 48 Coloradans is infected with COVID-19.