USD 309 remains in RED Gating Criteria
for the week of November 2-6, 2020.
USD 309 Panther Families:
Each Friday the Reno County Health Department releases the 14-day PTR (positive test rate) and the 14-day new case average. The data released dictates the gating criteria color we follow for the coming week. We will remain in the RED for next week. COVID-19 in Reno County is down slightly this week.
This Week’s Data: Last Week’s Data:
14 Day PTR-10/30 - 21.0% 14 Day PTR-10/23 - 21.9%
14 Day New Case-10/30 - 340 14 Day New Case-10/23 - 356
For more information, please see the Reno County Health Department Dashboard
I encourage everyone living in Reno to be tested at the Free Community Testing Events. Log on to https://www.renogov.org/767/
New Initiatives in Reno County to help slow the spread of Covid-19 are below:
Cut Off Covid 10-Day Challenge – challenge is to change behavior
Wednesday, Nov. 4th 12:45 – 1:15 Hutch Chamber hosting a Lunchtime Lowdown (speaking to businesses, about quarantine, metrics and working from home)
Thursday, Nov. 5th 7:00 p.m. (via – Zoom) Town Hall Meeting - Hosted by providers working on the front lines, to include local Superintendents, Hutch Chamber representatives and Health Officers.
Dr. Dawn M. Johnson
Free Community Testing Through Reno County Drive Thru Testing Sites
Testing is open to everyone whether you have symptoms or no symptoms. To ensure privacy, everyone wanting to be tested schedule an appointment with Reno County Health Department at 1-844-834-3657.
Testing will take place at the Kansas State Fair Oz Building Breezeway on the following dates and times:
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