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Although it has only been a few days after the Rock County health department discontinued its reopening plan, the county’s epidemiologist said Thursday that COVID-19 figures continue to be quite low.
Rock County’s health department on Thursday announced that it will be discontinuing its phased reopening plan effective Tuesday, June 8, giving way for county businesses to “reopen fully.”
Rock County public health officials say they are concerned about the potential for widespread variant coronavirus strains, especially after spring breaks and other travel opportunities.
A county health official said Rock County can expect to see more COVID-19 cases as businesses start reopening.
Models released by the health department show how many people could be infected and how many could be hospitalized if people do not adhere to safer-at-home orders.
Local health officials say the risk of novel coronavirus in Rock County is incredibly low, and people should be more concerned about influenza, if anything.
Rock County officials say data paint a fuller picture of operations, tell stories about trends and foster financial efficiency.
After years of research, Rock County this week launched an interactive online nitrate risk-tracking tool that estimates nitrate contamination hazards in groundwater by address.
After years of researching the issue, Rock County will launch an interactive online map within the next month that identifies areas with potentially high levels of groundwater nitrates.