COVID-19 (Coronavirus)

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CONFIRMED CASES 

SAN MIGUEL COUNTY: 1 - COLORADO: 2,061 (as of March 28, 2020, 4:00 PM)

CURRENT NEWS RELEASE

COVID-19 Antibody Testing Schedule Announced for East County Residents   (March 26, 2020) As part of the ongoing initiative to offer the COVID-19 ELISA antibody test to county residents, SMCDHE, assisted by volunteers, collected more than 300 blood samples on Thursday from a pre-selected group of teachers and their families. Read On...

COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH ORDER CURRENTLY IN EFFECT

  1. Frequently Asked Questions
  2. Public Health Orders
  3. ELISA Test
  4. News Releases
  5. Things to Know

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San Miguel County Response

San Miguel County representatives are coordinating with local, regional, state, and federal partners for efficient, effective, and comprehensive responses regarding the potential spread of COVID-19 (coronavirus). We recognize that we live in an international destination, and we are taking this virus and its potential to spread seriously. Be assured your health and safety is paramount.

Interagency Cooperation

Multiple agencies have been and are working together for strategic planning and preparedness efforts regarding the Coronavirus. The San Miguel County Department of Health and Environment (SMCDHE) is working with its partners including the San Miguel County Sheriff and Emergency Managers, Telluride Fire Protection District, R-1 and R-2J School Districts, Telluride Medical Center, Uncompaghre Medical Center, and other regional healthcare entities.

Finding More Information

For more information including workplace, school, and travel guidance, please visit the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) or the World Health Organization (WHO).

For more information on Small Business Disaster Loans and the funds available to help small businesses, small agricultural cooperatives, small aquaculture producers, and nonprofit organizations that have been impacted by financial losses as a result of the coronavirus outbreak, please visit the Colorado office of the Small Business Administration

To speak with a public health representative regarding the coronavirus, contact the Colorado Health Emergency Line for the Public (COHELP) at 1-877-462-2911 or 303-389-1687. 

The San Miguel County Department of Health and Environment is prepared to promptly identify a suspected case of the novel coronavirus and implement appropriate measures with its partners to help prevent any additional spread of illness in the county.

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This webpage is a collaborative, multi-agency effort of San Miguel County.