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. . . . .The Republic County Courthouse, EMS, Health Dept and Highway Dept are open to the public without restrictions. Please continue safe practices. . . . .The Health Dept will remain closed to the public, but services are available by appointment. . . . . .County offices are available for business via phone, fax, mail, or email. Paperwork may be delivered via the drop box on the east side of the courthouse. . . . . .The County Transportation Dept bus is running. Call 785-527-2235 with any questions. . . . . Recycling service has resumed. . . . .For the most current information on Coronavirus COVID-19, see websites covid.ks.gov and cdc.gov. . . . .

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June 12, 2020 Press Release

Effective June 15, 2020, the Republic County Health Officer will not impose any restrictions on businesses or residents of Republic County. We encourage all businesses to continue following industry standards and best practices. Governor Kelly retained 10 executive orders that Republic County Health Department encourages citizens to review. They can be found at the following link:            https://governor.kansas.gov/newroom/executive-orders

Republic County Health Department (RCHD) will continue to monitor health metrics provided by KDHE and provide updates to the public. RCHD retains the statutory duty of isolation and quarantine for individuals who test positive for COVID-19 as well as close contacts. In addition, travel restrictions imposed by KDHE will continue to be enforced.  Updated travel restrictions can be found at             https://www.coronavirus.kdheks.gov/175/Travel-Exposure-Related-Isolation-Quaran

Traveling to a destination deemed restricted by KDHE will result in mandatory quarantine for 14-days.

Residents and visitors of Republic County need to remain diligent in social distancing as well as basic precautions like washing your hands, covering your cough, wearing a cloth mask, and staying home when you are ill.

Continue to follow and understand the guidance provided by KDHE and the Republic County Health Department. Make the individual choice to protect yourself and others around you. 

Republic County Health Department reserves the right to revisit the situation and implement restrictions if a surge of COVID-19 cases emerges and appears to be a threat to the community/county.  This decision will be based on the situation at the time.

Stay informed as information changes frequently. For more information, visit www.cdc.gov/COVID19 or https://www.coronavirus.kdheks.gov/,

Republic County Health Department Facebook Page, or RCHD at 785-527-5671.

                        


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