More and more officials in the Mid-Hudson Valley are following Governor Cuomo’s request and telling everyone to put the mask back on.
As per CDC guidelines, the Dutchess County Behavioral and Community Health Department recommends universal masking for indoor public places – all people, regardless of their immunization status, are strongly urged to wear a face covering.
“With the Delta variant, which is highly infectious, as the dominant circulating strain across the country, the masks protect both vaccinated and unvaccinated people from the acquisition and transmission of COVID-19. Universal masking is an important mitigation step to keep businesses and events running. and for schools to reopen without interruption, ”said the Dutchess County Behavioral and Community Health Department.
Shortly after the CDC’s guidance on wearing masks was updated, Governor Cuomo said local governments should follow the CDC’s updated mask recommendation.
Dutchess County has seen the number of new COVID-19 cases rise at a dramatic rate in recent weeks, with the number of active cases increasing nearly 200% since the end of July, officials said. Dutchess County is currently classified as a “high transmission” area by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC).
To prevent the spread of COVID-19, the Dutchess County Department of Behavior and Community Health (DBCH) strongly urges all community members to follow the CDC’s disease prevention guidelines, including:
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• Get vaccinated! While more than 55% of the population of Dutchess County is fully vaccinated and more than 71% of adults in the county have received at least one dose, a significant portion of the population remains unvaccinated, offering a greater possibility of virus transmission. . The COVID-19 vaccine is safe, effective, free, and readily available. Anyone 12 years of age and over can be vaccinated. To find out where to get the COVID-19 vaccine, visit http://www.DutchessNY.gov/covidvaccine.
• Wear a mask in indoor public spaces, even if they are fully immunized.
• Wash your hands regularly with soap and water; or using hand sanitizer if necessary.
• Practice physical distancing – especially in meeting places
• Stay home in case of illness! Anyone with symptoms of a cold or COVID-19, including coughing, sneezing, loss of taste or smell; should stay home to rest, recover and help prevent the spread of the virus and disease.
As of Thursday, the Orange County Department of Health said everyone should wear a mask inside Orange County.
“As our community experiences an increase in the number of cases, in large part due to the Delta variant, the Orange County Department of Health recommends continuation of mitigation strategies that allow reopening and safe operation. safety of schools, businesses and events. With the increased number of cases and the presence of the Delta variant in the county, the Orange County Department of Health urges and strongly recommends that ALL people wear a mask when indoors in public, in accordance with to CDC guidelines, “Dr. Irina, Orange County Health Commissioner, said Gelma.
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