County COVID-19 Information

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  1. Frequently Asked Questions
  2. Public Health Orders
  3. Public Health Phases
  4. Antibody Blood Test Info
  5. Posters for Public Use
  6. Contact Us

Latest News

A Letter from Grace Franklin: COVID and Summer Safety

(May 20, 2020) School is out, and summer is right around the corner. But COVID-19 is still around, and it loves to “hitchhike.” So how does that look for Memorial Day barbeques, camping trips, hiking, biking and basically enjoying your summer while still protecting yourself and your loved ones?You can and should do all of these activities, just make some modifications for best practices during this pandemic. Read On...

Public Health Announces Loosening Restrictions
(May 12, 2020) Public Health Officials announced plans to continue to align with the State’s orders at a special meeting of the Board of County Commissioners today. Read On...

Update - Two More Cases of COVID-19 Confirmed
(May 11, 2020) Public Health is confirming two new COVID-19 cases in the County from lab results received over the weekend: a 36 year-old female and a 38 year-old male tested positive for the virus bringing the total number of cases to twenty-two.



(as of May 25, 2020, 4:00 PM)


(as of May 4, 2020) 

  • 5,455 blood antibody tests have been processed
    • 29 positive
    • 79 borderline
    • 5,347 negative
  • A positive result on the first blood test means that an individual has been exposed to COVID-19 (and may or may not have ever experienced symptoms).
  • A borderline result on the first test indicates that the result produced a “high-signal flash” which is not enough to produce a positive result. It means that the individual may have been recently exposed to COVID-19 and may be in the early stage of producing antibodies.
  • A negative result on the first blood test means that an individual either has not been exposed to COVID-19 –OR— the person is in the window of having recently been exposed and has not yet developed antibodies that would make the test result be positive.