Ravalli County COVID-19 Incident Command – March 25 Report
The Ravalli County Coronavirus Incident Management Team sent out their Wednesday update (available each day at the Ravalli County website). Information Officer Dixie Dies writes:
As of noon March 25 2020, there still just one reported case of COVID-19in Ravalli County.
Yesterday, Tuesday, March 24, 2020, Governor Bullock extended the Executive Order for the COVID-19 state of emergency.
The order added the requirement for: Non-essential and recreational gatherings of individuals outside of a home or place of residence of greater than 10 people are prohibited immediately, if a distance of a least 6 feet between individuals cannot be maintained.
According to Incident Commander Dr. Carol Calderwood, “Social/physical distancing is easy to implement. Don’t be selfish, do it now. Tell your kids – of all ages. They aren’t immune even when they are with their friends outdoors – at the skate park, playground, or forest outings. So far, distancing is the only measure we have to control the spread.
Also, there are times when County to County orders may differ. Every County assesses what they think are the right recommendations, practices, or direction for their public. We are no exception and are continually monitoring what is best for the health and safety of Ravalli County residents.”
KLYQ has also received notices from the Clerk of District Court and the Ravalli County Treasurer's Office about their change of office operations. Those instructions are also on the Ravalli County website.