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Tuesday, November 29, 2022

Multiple COVID-19 outbreaks among regional businesses, one death reported

San Juan Basin Public Health Today San Juan Basin Public Health (SJBPH) announces an outbreak of COVID-19 has been identified at Nissan of Durango. As...

COVID-19 outbreak identified at local school

By Randi PierceStaff Writer A new outbreak of COVID-19 was confirmed in Archuleta County Wednesday at Pagosa Peak Open School. The outbreak was first reported by...

Omicron identified in Archuleta County

The Omicron variant of COVID-19 has been confirmed in Archuleta County.San Juan Basin Public Health added an Omicron case to its COVID-19 data dashboard...

Rise in COVID cases prompts tribe to revert to Phase II ‘Safer at Home,’...

Lindsay J. Box, Southern Ute Indian Tribe Communication Specialist Southern Ute Indian Reservation — Due to the rise in positive case rate and one-week cumulative...

Archuleta County tops 1,000 total COVID cases

By Randi PierceStaff Writer Archuleta County reached 1,000 cumulative confirmed cases of COVID-19 this week, up from eight in June of 2020. As of Wednesday, San...

COVID-19 spread hits record levels

By Randi PierceStaff Writer Archuleta County, like much of the state and country, is experiencing “unprecedented” COVID transmission. On Tuesday, San Juan Basin Public Health (SJBPH)...

COVID-19: Region sees increased hospitalizations

By Randi Pierce | Staff Writer COVID-19 continues to circulate at “significant” levels in the region, with San Juan Basin Public Health (SJBPH) reporting Wednesday...

La Plata County moves toward health district dissolution

At the Tuesday, Aug. 23, La Plata County Board of County Commissioners (BoCC) meeting, the board discussed and motioned to take the next steps...

COVID-19: Incidence rate falls, but caution urged as Omicron variant ‘looms’

By Randi Pierce | Staff Writer As of Wednesday, San Juan Basin Public Health’s (SJBPH) COVID-19 data dashboard reflected a downturn in cases locally, but...

COVID-19 and pets: Owners should take precautions

By Chris Mannara Staff Writer According to this article, there is no definitive evidence that pets can contract COVID-19, or coronavirus disease 2019, pet owners should...

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