COVID-19 Updates & New Data Points from the Shawano-Menominee Counties Health Department
Menominee, Shawano — Shawano-Menominee Counties Health Department has been seeing increased numbers of positive cases and also starting to see that more businesses will be associated with positive cases. Shawano- Menominee Counties Health Department has been working with any individuals who test positive to assure isolation and quarantine are followed for these individuals and their close contacts. Also, Shawano-Menominee Counties Health Department is working with any businesses that are impacted by COVID-19 to make sure precautions are taken to protect other employees and the community.
As cases continue to increase in our community, we continue to remind everyone to follow any guidelines and recommendations that are set in place to help protect yourselves and your businesses during this pandemic challenge. Each person should continue to monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. At any sign of symptoms, you should remain home in isolation and contact your health care provider to see how you can be tested for COVID-19.
In order to increase the public’s awareness, we are updating our infographic to include some additional data points. Watch for an updated format of our daily infographic. We are adding the numbers of facility-wide public health investigations. This will tell you how many businesses are impacted by COVID19. This data is also currently being shared at the state level by the Wisconsin Department of Health Services. At this time, we will use the same types of settings that the state uses on our local infographic.
COVID-19 is a rapidly evolving situation. Shawano-Menominee Counties Health Department continues to monitor the situation closely. Updates will be provided as new information becomes available. Stay up to date with the resources below.
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