Please click the above link to read the Phase Two Order effective Monday, June 15th 2020. Guidelines for business reopening are located below.
As of 8/3/2020, Reynolds County has 12 recovered cases, 4 in active isolation, 434 tested, 415 negative and 3 tests pending. We will be updating this information on our Facebook page daily. Please go there for the most recent updates and announcements. The reason for the sudden spike in tests is that we are now receiving information on tests that were done on people in our county that traveled out of our county to be tested & an increase of testing is being done. Many have asked for further information but we must reiterate that we will not be giving any other information, especially zip codes, unless we determine that through contact tracing this information needs to be released. Everyone should take precautions at all times no matter where you are.
Reynolds County has reopened. We are still asking the public to make sure to practice the following-
1.) Handwashing- Please wash your hands frequently by using a anti-bacterial soap. Wash your hands for at least 20 seconds. (Sing the ABC song or Happy Birthday twice)
2.) Social Distancing- Keep 6 feet away from others and refrain from shaking hands or hugging.
3.) Cover your face when coughing/sneezing by using a tissue or your elbow. If you use your hands, WASH THEM IMMEDIATELY!
4.) STAY AT HOME IF YOU ARE SICK- If you are running a fever (100 or higher), coughing or a worsening cough, and shortness of breath, call your medical doctor and give them your symptoms. DO NOT show up there without calling them first as they will have certain protocols/precautions to follow.
5.) If you are out in the public, please wear a face covering. This is to protect anyone who may have an underlying chronic condition & the elderly.
The following are guidelines for places of business.
We thank our citizen’s for following these guidelines and know we are working hard to keep everyone safe and healthy. Our motto of Public Health – Promote, Protect and Prevent. For more information about Covid-19, click here.