Dunn County changes COVID-19 gathering recommendations | WisCommunity

Dunn County changes COVID-19 gathering recommendations

May 11, 2021 - 10:41pm

The Dunn County Health Department is announcing new
updates to the COVID-19 gathering recommendations.
Research has shown that COVID-19 is a largely vaccine preventable disease. We’re encouraging
everyone who is eligible for the vaccine, to get the vaccine. Check out this website to find out where to
get a COVID-19 Vaccine in Dunn County.
https://www.co.dunn.wi.us/index.asp?SEC={FF259D6E-472B-478B-BEEB-A5C95C29E4D6}

As of May 11th, 2021, within Dunn County 14,061 residents have completed their vaccine series; this
is 31% of the population. Another 16,087 residents have received at least one dose of the vaccine
series; this is 35.5% of the population. To reach herd immunity, 75% to 85% of Dunn County residents
must complete the vaccine the series.

With this data in mind, the Dunn County Health Department is recommending gatherings be limited to
50 individuals indoors and 100 individuals outdoors. Gatherings should still encourage social
distancing and be prepared to notify all attendees of a potential exposure if an attendee tests positive
for COVID-19.

Continue to use these mitigation strategies, along with getting vaccinated:
 Wear a mask when in public spaces.
 If you’re sick, stay home.
 Keep physical distance of 6 feet
 Avoid crowds and poorly ventilated
between you and others.
indoor spaces.
 Wash your hands often with warm
soapy water.

The Dunn County Health Department is encouraging those with questions to look at the information on
this website. If you still have questions after reviewing the information provided, feel free to call one
of the following numbers.

 Eau Claire COVID Call Center:
 Dunn County Health Department:
715-831-7425
715-232-2388.
As always, you can follow the Dunn County data on our COVID-19 portal.
https://dunnco.maps.arcgis.com/apps/opsdashboard/index.html#/5dedef24887...
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