JACKSON, Wyo. — The Teton County Health Department has released Teton County’s overall plan for transitioning into the stabilization phase of the COVID-19 emergency.
The “Roadmap to Recovery” outlines metrics the Health Department will use to determine the level of Teton County’s risk. Risk is color-coded red to green, from highest to lowest level of risk. Responses and decisions will be made based on level of risk. In every color of guidance, high-risk individuals operate under specific instructions issued by the Teton County Health Department. Right now, Teton County, in general, is in the orange (moderate risk). Some businesses are still in the red (high risk).
The plan also contains public health guidance for the general public, high- risk individuals, businesses, and organizations. The guidance includes physical distancing and hygiene measures that residents should continue to follow as the landscape of COVID-19 shifts and changes.
The guidance includes physical distancing and hygiene measures that residents should continue to follow as the landscape of COVID-19 shifts and changes throughout the foreseeable future in Teton County.
Find the Roadmap to Recovery here.
Please continue to check this webpage frequently as information is continually changing throughout the COVID-19 emergency in Teton County.
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