Two different faith-based groups in Garfield County have experienced outbreaks of COVID-19 among worshippers, and Garfield County Public Health is urging vigilance to anyone gathering in groups to abide by social distancing guidelines and to wear masks.
GARFIELD COUNTY, CO – Local business owners and representatives are invited to an online meeting discussing methods for navigating employee and human resource operations during the COVID-19 outbreak. The meeting takes place on Zoom this Friday, July 31, from 11 to 11:45 a.m. Volunteer speakers are Jessica Junker, senior HR consultant, PHR, SHRM-CP with Cura HR, and Joshua Williams, Garfield County Public Health environmental health director. The discussion covers statewide mask ordinances, Senate Bill 205 (sick leave for employers), current public health orders in Garfield County, steps businesses can take if an employee tests positive for COVID-19, how to obtain
In an effort to remind visitors and residents how we can all help reverse the current trendline and start to lower the number of COVID cases in Garfield County, Public Health launches the Do MORE in Garfield County campaign. The campaign features summer messages to be used by community businesses and organizations to help spread basic public health measures needed in the community and voices from across our community from our physicians, to local business owners, church leaders, elected officials, essential workers, and community members are sharing why they mask up. Do MORE of the things you love and enjoy,