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Summit County, Ohio (WJW) – Summit county Public health encourages everyone in the county to wear a mask in a high public indoor environment, regardless of vaccination status. COVID-19 (New Coronavirus Infection) transmission.
Health officials say the update will help prevent the spread of delta variants.
When the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention revised its guidelines in May, delta variants accounted for 1% of all cases. Health officials say that number is now up to over 80%.
The latest in CDC Updated guidance To prevent the spread of the coronavirus, it is recommended that everyone, including vaccinated people, wear a mask in a public indoor environment in a highly contagious area.
The Summit County Public Health Service recommends that students, teachers and guests wear masks and practice social distance at school, while it is imperative that children be in the classroom this fall. I said there is.
Summit County remains at a moderate rate of infection, but health officials say the daily number of cases is increasing. They say it is important to stop the spread before the county reaches a substantial or high infection rate.
You can find the latest data on COVID-19 in Summit County here.
Residents of Summit County wishing for the COVID-19 vaccine at home can call the Health Department call center (330-926-5795) or make an appointment. here..
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