KWSO News Covid-19 UPDATE 10/27/20

No new cases of Covid-19 were reported in today’s (10/27/20) Community Covid-19 report for Warm Springs.

  • 18 tests were done at the Health & Wellness Center on Monday (10/26/20)
  • 7 Active Cases
  • 13 Close Contacts being monitored by Public Health
  • 3939 tests have been conducted
  • 385 positive cases have been diagnosed

Celebrating virtually or with members of your own household poses low risk for spread. In-person gatherings pose varying levels of risk.   Organizers of the Warm Springs Walk-Through Halloween Village have planned an event with several mitigation strategies.

  • Event Volunteers will be screened day of event (temperature & questionnaire) and will use PPE during the event
  • Everyone attending must wear a face mask even under costumes
  • Entry line space will be marked for 6 feet of social distance
  • Household groups will have staggered entry into the event
  • Groups will maintain distance from others
  • There will be a one way route for participants
  • There will be physical and verbal reminders about maintaining social distance and safely moving through the event

As always – individuals and families can decide for themselves if they want to participate in the event.

Warm Springs Tribal Buildings will be closed for any trick or treating this year as a Covid -19 precaution.  Families are asked to plan Halloween activities within their own household.

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