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Posted on: April 8, 2020

Update on COVID-19 in Warren County (April 8, 2020)

As we near the implementation of our countywide curfew (beginning April 9th at 9 pm), we want to remind our residents and businesses that community spread is here - in the county, in our state, and across the nation. You are safer at home, but if you have to leave to handle essential business, be vigilant and careful. We are at a point where we are safest when we remember that anyone, even those without symptoms, could have COVID-19; we should continue to practice physical distancing and wash our hands.

On a more positive note, the Warren County Health Department reports that 2 of our 3 confirmed known positive cases of COVID-19 have recovered. The county’s third confirmed known positive case is still recovering at home. We are keeping residents informed of the progress, but want to stress to you that now is not the time to lesson or stop the prevention measures we have put in place to keep our community as safe as possible.

Stay home. Follow the curfew. Take care of each other.

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