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Park County Health Officer Shares Safe Thanksgiving Tips

With Thanksgiving around the corner, Park County Health Officer Dr. Laurel Desnick has this advice to keep you and your loved ones protected from the coronavirus so you can enjoy the holiday season.

Park County Health Officer Details Reasons For Higher COVID Infection Rates

1,088 new cases of COVID-19 were reported Friday. The latest count shows they continue to remain high and the state is now among the highest in the country for new infections per capita. Dr. Laurel Desnick Park City-County Health Officer has some of the reasons why this may be happening.

Sunday COVID-19 Update

Montana reported 41 COVID-19 cases Sunday according to an update to the state case mapping and information website. Active cases in Montana are at 1,123. COVID-19 has killed 1,592 Montanans. As of the update Active COVID-19 hospitalizations were at 70 and in total 5,091 people in Montana are reported to have been hospitalized because of COVID-...

Park City County Health Officer Provides Coronavirus Update

Montana reported another 42 COVID-19 cases, but no new COVID-19 deaths in an update Sunday to the state case mapping and information website.  Active cases are at 1,100 statewide. Hospitals in the state are reporting 48 active COVID-19 hospitalizations. COVID-19 has caused the deaths of 1,523 Montanans. Park City-County Health officer Dr. Laur...