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Sedgwick County residents asked to contact officials before scheduling, holding large events

DOH-Walton monitors implementation of the CDC’s guidelines by facilitating daily communication and conducting readiness assessments with each Walton County long-term care facility. (MGN)
DOH-Walton monitors implementation of the CDC’s guidelines by facilitating daily communication and conducting readiness assessments with each Walton County long-term care facility. (MGN)(WJHG)
Published: Jun. 26, 2020 at 4:35 PM CDT
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Sedgwick County residents and organizers are asked to contact county officials for recommendations before scheduling or holding any large-scale event in light of the COVID-19 pandemic.

"There is no vaccine for the disease; the only tools currently available for residents to protect themselves are healthy behaviors like washing your hands often with soap and water, wearing a mask when in public if you are able, and practicing social distancing by keeping six feet of space between you and others," said the county.

If you are planning a large event, you can contact the Sedgwick County Commission Office at (316) 660-9300 or Sedgwick County Health Department at (316) 660-7300.

There are currently 365 actives cases of COVID-19 in Sedgwick County. While the number of cases continues to set daily records, the number of new cases (25) is down from Thursday.

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