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LATEST UPDATE (5/28): Inyo & Mono Counties COVID-19 Information

[Dear Reader, to avoid sensationalizing every uptick in positive coronavirus tests cases, we are going to provide you with “official information” in this posting only from our local authorities throughout the day.] LOCAL NUMBERS UPDATES Mono County posts daily and in real time( current) throughout the day on their website Mono County COVID-19 Response page. […]

 
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Inyo Public Health Officer Mandates Universal Cloth Face Covering; other orders rescinded

In a move that was largely anticipated, Inyo County Public Health Officer, James Richardson, has issued a public health order to the effect that anyone in the general public leaving their homes to access essential and non-essential services must wear cloth face coverings, especially when unable to maintain 6’ social distancing. [A copy of the […]

 
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Inyo County has 11th confirmed positive COVID-19 case

 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE   COVID-19 CONFIRMED POSITIVE Inyo County has 11th confirmed positive COVID-19 case   INYO COUNTY, April 5, 2020 – Inyo County’s Public Health Officer, Dr. James Richardson, received notification this morning from Northern Inyo Healthcare District regarding a positive COVID-19 test for an Inyo County resident. This is the 11th positive COVID-19 case in […]

 
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MONO COUNTY Orders Closures of Bars and In-room Dining in Restaurants & Non-Essential Public Gatherings

Dr. Thomas Boo, Mono County, Public Health Officer Order: Closures of Bars and In-room Dining in Restaurants March 17, 2020 In order to reduce the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic, the State of California has directed, and the Mono County Public Health Department orders the following, effective 10:00 p.m. Tuesday, March 17, 2020:  • All […]

 
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Inyo resident appears to suffer from hantavirus

Hantavirus Infects Inyo County Resident August 19, 2013 Dr. Rick Johnson, Public Health Officer for Inyo County, announced today that a local resident of Inyo County has been hospitalized with a clinical picture that is highly suspect of being caused by hantavirus cardiopulmonary syndrome (HCPS). Particularly during these summer months, hantavirus needs to be considered […]

 
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