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Social Distancing in Dayton

 

April 30, 2020

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Residents of Dayton continue to cope with the "Stay at Home-Stay Healthy" order, but still take time to get outside to take a walk on a sunny day. Columbia County COVID-19 numbers have been stable: still one documented infection (recovered), and scores have been tested and found negative. As of early this week, one test is pending. The Public Health Department credits the community's social distancing efforts with helping keep the vulnerable 25% of the community COVID-19 free so far. Nearby Garfield County is still zero infections and Walla Walla County has had 57 cases and zero fatalities.

Residents of Dayton continue to cope with the "Stay at Home-Stay Healthy" order, but still take time to get outside to take a walk on a sunny day. Columbia County COVID-19 numbers have been stable: still one documented infection (recovered), and scores have been tested and found negative. As of early this week, one test is pending. The Public Health Department credits the community's social dis...



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