The Warm Springs community COVID-19 Update today reports no (ZERO) new case of COVID-19 from 17 tests conducted on Thursday (06/03/21) at the Health & Wellness Center. There are currently 6 active cases of COVID-19 and 8 close contacts receiving daily monitoring.
If you would like to be tested for COVID-19 – check in at the front gate at the Warm Springs Health & Wellness Center and they will direct you where to go.
- 11252 tests have been conducted at the Health & Wellness Center – 765 Total Positive Cases resulted
- 103 positive tests have come from outside facilities
- There have been a total of 868 cases of COVID-19 in Warm Springs since the Pandemic Began.
- 2590 primary doses, of COVID-19 vaccine, have been administered
- 2068 2nd (Booster) doses have been given
You can call to schedule a vaccination at the Warm Springs Health & Wellness Center at 541-553-2131. Anyone 12 and older who is Indian Health Service Eligible, OR who lives or works in Warm Springs and their family members can be vaccinated.
HOSPITALIZATION & DEATHS
- There have been 83 people hospitalized with COVID-19 and all those people have been discharged.
- Charles hospitals are at 86.64% occupancy and ICUs are at 83.33% (there are 31 cases of Covid-19 with 6 of those patients in the ICU)
- 25 Warm Springs people have died from COVID-19.
Jefferson County remains in the HIGH RISK category for COVID-19 as they remain below the 65% vaccination rate for residents ages 16 and older required to move into the LOWER RISK category.
That means mask wearing requirements and social distancing is still recommended and there remains limits for occupancy of restaurants and at community events. You can find the latest information on COVID-19 at the Jefferson County Public Health website: https://www.jeffco.net/publichealth
Warm Springs Tribal Offices continue to take COVID-19 precautions with new protocols starting on Monday June 7, 2021. They will continue to check temperatures upon entry into Tribal Facilities. If you can provide proof of vaccination, you do not need to wear a facemask. Buildings will continue to encourage social distancing and routine disinfecting of public areas. Find the recommendations that were approved by Tribal Council HERE
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