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Mono County, CA – An outbreak of coronavirus in the past two weeks at a marine base in Mono County could result in an increase in restrictions.
There have been more than 60 cases reported by the United States Marine Corps Mountain Operations Training Center (MCMWTC) in the Pickel Meadows area of the north of the county since outbreaks were identified on October 21. Public health officials say the Marines have independent healthcare services and health capabilities and maintain a shared responsibility for responding to the outbreak.
Currently, there is an extensive personnel screening going on and health officials expect the number of positive cases to increase in the coming days as these results return. They added that grassroots officials are working closely with them to monitor the situation and take appropriate measures to further reduce exposure both at the facility and in the community. Public health recommends that to date, there is no evidence that the outbreak has contributed to increased transmission in communities outside of the Marines community in Mono County, though in some cases. unrelated increase.
In a written press release, county health officials worried that they could lose their mid / orange high school status in the state’s “blueprint” that governs economic activity restrictions. and local society. Recorded that state health officials have informed
“Mono County cases have risen starting October 18-24. The recent rates are high enough to potentially cause us to move to a more restrictive level, assuming they are maintained for two weeks in a row, ”said Dr. Tom Boo, Mono County Public Health Officer. “Mono County and Public Health Officers will continue to work with State Officials on the actual impact MCMWTC cases will have on Mono County conditions.”