Luna Community College’s Gerald P. Ortega Wellness Center will be open beginning on Monday, March 1 following a new Public Health Order.
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Amended NM Public Health Order Eases Restrictions on Recreational Facilities, Entertainment Venues, Casinos
The official website for the City of Ruidoso Downs, NM On Wednesday, Feb. 24, the state of New Mexico published a revised Public Health Order, which permitted the operation of Recreational Facilities, Entertainment Venues, and Casinos for counties that meet the criteria.
The Platte County Health Department’s Public Health Order was updated Monday at a special meeting of the health department’s board of trustees.The updated order went into effect at 3 p.m. on Monday, Feb. 22.
The Home Depot in Farmington closed Feb. 12 after four employees tested positive for COVID-19. The store will reopen Feb. 26. FARMINGTON – The Home Depot in Farmington was ordered closed Friday after the New Mexico Department of Health became aware of four positive rapid tests for COVID-19 among employees within a 14-day period. The Home Depot, at 3560 E. Main St. in Farmington, was issued a notice of closure by certified letter Friday that said the business had to close immediately. The letter outlined why
The Grundy County Health Department has extended the Public Health Order requiring masks for 60 days. According to the Order which was initially put in place on December 11th, all persons age ten years old and above are required to wear a clean face covering or mask any time they are, or will be, in contact with other people who are not household members. In addition, all public facilities and businesses that are open to the public are required to post a sign at all entrances that masks are required to be worn
Big Horn County responds to Covid-19 HARDIN - Big Horn County announced the county mask mandate will stay in place. On Friday, the Big Horn County Board of Commissioners announced the current Public Health Order 2021-1, which includes a mask mandate, will remain in effect. The mandate requires individuals to wear a mask when outside of their homes, particularly when shopping or participating in other indoor activities. Chairman of the Big Horn County Board of Commissioners and Public Health Board, Larry Vandersloot,
Columbia/Boone County Health and Human Services lifted restrictions on Boone County bars and restaurants Wednesday, allowing them to stay open until midnight, under a newly modified Public Health Order. All other restrictions from the previous health order remain in place, including the mask mandate. The modified order will go into effect on Friday, Feb. 12, at noon. Recent winter weather has impacted mass vaccination sites across Missouri. A mass vaccination event that was scheduled for those in Region F
REGINA -- A woman has been fined after a large group gathered to protest the province’s Public Health Orders in Regina on Saturday. In a release, the Regina Police Service (RPS) said approximately 50 to 60 people attended the protest around 2 p.m. Police said it observed apparent violations of the Public Health Order, which resulted in one woman being fined $2,800. RPS said the event was peaceful and no arrests were made. There have been 18 total tickets issued by Regina Police for violations of the Public
The gathering at the Saskatchewan legislature was small and peaceful, according to the Regina Police Service. File / Global News Regina police have fined a woman $2,800 for her alleged involvement in a COVID-19-related protest. Roughly 50 to 60 people attended the protest around 2 p.m. Saturday at the Saskatchewan legislature, according to the Regina Police Service. “Police observed apparent violations of the Public Health Order and, after consultation with the Saskatchewan Health Authority, issued one ticket
Not having our beloved markets and festivals to attend in 2020 made a hard year even harder, but there seems to be light at the end of the tunnel! The International Folk Art Market has provisional plans in place to hold an extended 2021 market in accordance with Department of Health Restrictions. Here’s what they shared in a press release: The world-renowned International Folk Art Market (IFAM) is scheduled to have the event in person July 7 – July 18, 2021. The organization has adjusted its schedule and
HARDIN, Mont. – The Big Horn County Public Health Board on Friday passed Public Health Order 2021-1, which incorporates Montana Governor Greg Gianforte’s recent executive orders and directives relating to COVID-19, while preserving the limitations that have helped lower the number of new cases of the virus in the county in recent days. “As a businessman, I know the adverse economic impact of the coronavirus on our community,” Larry Vandersloot, Chairman of the Big Horn County Board of Commissioners and
The following is a news release from Eastern Idaho Public Health. File photo IDAHO FALLS — The Eastern Idaho Public Health District Board of Health met Thursday and determined that Fremont and Lemhi counties have met the metric to return to the Minimal Risk Level of the COVID-19 Regional Response Plan. The metric was met by having its active case rate below the threshold of 15/10,000 population for the most recent 14-day period. Although the Public Health Order for face coverings was rescinded, this does
Facebook Twitter WhatsApp SMS Email Print Save BOONE COUNTY- Columbia/Boone County's Public Health Order has been extended through Feb. 16 at 11:59 p.m., unless otherwise extended, rescinded or modified. The mask requirement for the city and county are also extended through Feb. 16 with these orders. All COVID-19 protocols will remain in place. The current order was set to expire at the end of day, Jan. 19. The number of new COVID-19 cases in Boone County is stable but remains high, a press release said. As
On Jan. 12, the State of California announced that the Greater Sacramento region is permitted to exit the State’s Regional Stay at Home Order with a four-week ICU availability projection of greater than 15 percent. Counties in the Greater Sacramento region can resume operating under the State’s Blueprint for a Safer Economy tier structure. Based on the State’s tier criteria, Sacramento County will be in Purple/Tier 1 Widespread. Effective immediately, Sacramento County’s Jan. 13 Health Order aligns
Broomfield gyms and indoor fitness centers can allow more people inside their buildings following an updated Public Health Order from the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment. This includes the Paul Derda Recreation Center and Broomfield Community Center. Schedule an appointment through B-REx.com. Gyms can now operate at the same capacity levels as restaurants, which means they can up to 25% capacity, or up to 50 people per room, whichever is fewer. Visit Broomfield.org/COVID for latest news
The Fishers Health Dept. issued Public Health Order 09-2020 Jan. 8. The public health order extends the guidance originally issued in Public Health Order 6 Nov. 13. Additionally, this order sunsets Public Health Order 8. Public Health Order 9 is in effect until 11:59 p.m. Feb. 8. This includes guidance for extracurricular and sports activities, in which attendance is limited to only the participants, support personnel and parents/guardians/siblings; for social gatherings, in which indoor social gatherings are
BUSINESS NEWS: Denver Museums, Stages, Movie Theaters Reopening Amid New Level Orange Status - COMBO
By John Wenzel, The Denver Post | Thanks to changes in the state’s color-coded COVID-19 dial this week, metro-area performing arts companies can return to indoor stages to perform and rehearse — albeit without audiences, and with permission from the Colorado Department of Health. Starting Monday, nonprofit arts companies can apply under the new rules, outlined in the revised Public Health Order 20-36, for “permission to conduct performances or rehearsals without an audience.” That potentially includes
Utah colleges and universities will test students randomly but not regularly under spring semester plan
SALT LAKE CITY — After Gov. Gary Herbert declared a new state of emergency in early November to battle a rising tide of coronavirus cases, Utah's public colleges and universities were instructed to develop a plan to test all in-person students for the virus at least once a week. But under a new plan released earlier this week by the Utah System of Higher Education, that requirement is gone. Rather, students will all be tested when the semester begins, and then the institutions will conduct randomized surveillance
The Unified Government Public Health Department representing all of Wyandotte County and Kansas City, Kansas, announced a new set of COVID-19 protocols, aimed at keeping more students in the classroom.These protocols are changes in the current Public Health Order. Officials said as of this month, schools will see relaxed quarantine procedures. When a confirmed case of COVID-19 occurs in the classroom, instead of quarantining the entire classroom or cohort as currently recommended, only the students sitting directly