Covid-19 Community Update: 9 Oct.

Warm Springs, OR October 9, 2020

Contact: Louie Pitt, Jr.
Director Government Affairs & Planning
Email: [email protected]
Phones: 541-553-3540/541-777-1359

“As of 9:20 am, 10/9/2020 – Warm Springs Health and Wellness Center has sent in or tested 3680 Total Tests, 3332 Total Negative, 2 tests Pending, 324 Total Positive Cases (50 Positive test from other facilities, 366 Total), 22 Total Invalid, 41 Hospitalized, 40 Discharged and 9 Deaths. There are currently 19 persons with active COVID-19 receiving daily monitoring by Tribal and IHS staff and 22 close contacts receiving daily monitoring. Thursday – 10/8 a total of 22 tested, 1 new positive and 11 total for the week, 1 Current Hospitalization, 0 on ventilator.” Dauphinais, Hyllis, CEO, Warm Springs and Wellness Center, CoVID-19 Update

The Lionshead fire is at 46 % contained and is impacting air quality—air quality this morning is Moderate – AQI = 57-82.

The Oregon Health Authority reported this week that they recorded the single day largest increase in CoVID-19 positive cases. The trend across the State is not good. We have been holding steady and need to keep on this CoVID-19 safety practices. Masking up, social distancing, limiting our gatherings to immediate family only and controlling who visits your household.

A fun holiday like Halloween still has to practice safe CoVID-19 measures. This dangerous disease is transmitted person to person.

Reminder: Flu shots are available at the IHS clinic. Check schedule and do one more thing that protects your families and community.

Hunters—please stay away from fire areas. Your safety, fire fighters safety and and let our fire fighter professionals focus on doing their job—fighting fire.

STAY HOME, STAY SAFE

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