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West Central District Health Department Contact Tracing and Asking for Community Assistance. | Rural Radio Network

West Central District Health Department Contact Tracing and Asking for Community Assistance.

West Central District Health Department Contact Tracing and Asking for Community Assistance.

In continuing efforts to mitigate the spread of COVID-19 in the area and protect the health of the community, the West Central District Health Department (WCDHD) is asking for your assistance. 

If you have visited the Eagles Club #2839 at 620 N Chestnut St, in North Platte, NE on September 25th or 26th 2020, you are potentially at risk of exposure to one or more COVID-19 cases identified at this event. Please visit https://nalhd.sjc1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_9yN57GCG24IXVxH and complete the screening questionnaire as soon as possible.  If you do not have the capacity to complete the online screening questionnaire, please call 308-696-1201. Contact tracing is a vital tool used by public health departments to contain the spread of disease, your cooperation will assist the WCDHD staff in their case investigations.

“We are seeing a significant increase in cases, outbreaks, hospitalizations, and deaths. We all have a critical role to play in decreasing the spread of COVID-19 within our communities. Make the choice to wear a facial covering to protect your family, friends, and neighbors, a simple choice that could save a life”, said Shannon Vanderheiden, Executive Director of WCDHD. 

As a reminder to communities, the following online resources and tools are made available:

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