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The City of Puyallup understands that many people are concerned about the COVID-19 virus. Although the CDC states the risk at this time is low for the general American public, state and regional health professionals are closely monitoring the situation and advising local jurisdictions on preparedness efforts and possible response measures.
What We Know
COVID-19 is not widespread. Because it is socially transmitted, however, the City is planning response measures in the event that more cases develop. While we do not have reason to panic, we are keeping tabs on what is happening and contemplating actions in the event of worsening conditions.
The City will continue to receive regular COVID-19 updates from the Tacoma-Pierce County Health Department and the Washington State Department of Health.
What We Can Do
In the interest of helping control the spread of COVID-19, we ask that everyone follow recommended precautions from the Tacoma-Pierce County Health Department:
Additionally, it is advised that members of our community consider how they will manage in the event of illness:
Again, the risk posed by COVID-19 is low at this time. Please take precautionary measures to protect your health and that of your family and loved ones.