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Mower County Emergency Operations Center closely monitoring the activities of Federal, State and local partners to keep a clear picture of what is happening concerning the COVID-19 pandemic

Mower County Public Health reported on Thursday that the number of positive cases of COVID-19, or coronavirus has risen from six to 10 and range in age from the late teens to the late 50’s.  Pam Kellogg,Division Manager, Mower County Health and Human Services talked about where those that have tested positive are recovering during a news conference Thursday…

Kellogg stated that three of the 10 cases have fully recovered and are out of isolation, and she added that the Minnesota Department of Health is currently investigating the new cases.   Kellogg also talked about the procedure that is followed when a positive case is identified in the county…

Amy Lammey, Emergency Manager for Mower County was asked during the press conference about the current supply of personal protective equipment in the county to help keep first responders, volunteer fire department and law enforcement personnel from contracting the virus…

Lammey and Kellogg went on to state that in the county’s Emergency Operation Center, or EOC, they monitor the activities of the Federal, State and local partners to keep a clear picture of what is happening.  The EOC asks that each Mower County resident check in on their neighbors and family while maintaining social distancing. If someone is in need of assistance, you are asked to please email [email protected] .


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