• May 18, 2022
 City urges community to test for COVID-19 after Holiday Break

City urges community to test for COVID-19 after Holiday Break

Monday morning, Health officials urged residents who traveled or gathered this holiday to get a COVID-19 test and self-quarantine until they receive their negative result.

“We know that while many people followed our advice to say home and celebrate the Thanksgiving holiday virtually; others chose or needed to travel or gather,” said Public Health Director Angela Mora.

“If you did travel and/or gather please immediately self-quarantine, make an appointment to test 5 days after you returned from travel or gathered, and continue to self-quarantine until you receive your test results. It is extremely important to stay away from others in case you contracted COVID-19 during the holiday weekend.”

While the number of cases has slowed down, health officials expect to see another spike in the coming days because of the holiday weekend.

Health officials call on the general public and businesses to help minimize another spike by observing recommended precautions listed in the Health Orders and Guidance page provided online.

For more information about where to get tested throughout the community and to make an appointment online to get tested at our city sites, please click here or visit EPStrong.org and click on the Testing and Treatment tab.

For additional COVID-19 information to include data and prevention, visit EPStrong.org.

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