The Morgan County Health Center Monday, March 16 released a statement regarding their care practices in light of the coronavirus epidemic. The statement read, in part: “Out of an abundance of caution and to assist with our nation’s preventive efforts, starting Wednesday, March 18, we will be open but modify how we do care. Keep
Food for Morgan County will hold distributions at the previously announced dates and times. However, there will be changes in the distribution routine. To protect clients, their families, and volunteers, as many are in the high-risk groups for the coronavirus, pantry personnel are requesting that when clients come for the distribution they remain in their
by Becky Holloway Agreeing with the recommendation of its administrator, the Mid-Mo Ambulance District Board of Directors will not bill for dry runs other than those approved at last month’s meeting. Administrator Lee Kemp reported about a study of “treat/no transport” calls during the board’s meeting Wednesday, March 11, at the district office in Tipton.
Morgan County R-II School District will be closed through April 5, in an effort to mitigate the possible spread of the coronavirus. The virus is a novel (new) coronavirus and the respiratory disease it causes is abbreviated COVID-19. Morgan County R-II Assistant Superintendent Chris Marshall released the following statement Monday, March 16: “We have maintained