July 2, 2020

Health Officials Urge Caution During Holiday Weekend

[Alleghany, Ashe and Watauga Counties, NC] – With the upcoming July 4th Holiday weekend, we urge the community to remain vigilant and cautious to prevent the spread of COVID-19. We realize this is an important time to celebrate our country’s independence with family and friends, but it is so important to remember the virus has more opportunity to spread when we don’t take precautions. The actions we all take can help reduce the impact COVID-19 has in our communities.   COVID-19 spreads through respiratory droplets produced when an infected person coughs or sneezes and is most commonly spread between people who are in close contact with one another. This means that a large gathering like parties or other events, especially where people are not practicing physical distance or wearing a face covering, the virus is more likely to spread.   “We have seen increases in our cases in the past two weeks that are related to travel history and social gatherings. We have to remain vigilant in our actions to control the spread of this virus. Let’s all take actions to show our love by protecting the community we love this holiday.  Even if you believe you are at lower risk, we need your help to protect others in our community who are at higher risk for severe illness,” said Jennifer Greene, Health Director.   This holiday weekend, we encourage everyone to show your love and follow the 3Ws – […]
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