COVID-19: county reactivates emergency response
November 5, 2020
Over the past week, Wyoming has chalked up more than 2000 new cases of COVID-19 – more than the state saw over the entire first four months of the pandemic. With cases rising so quickly, Crook County has reactivated its emergency operations center.
“The incident management team decided that, due to the increase in Covid-19 activity, reactivating the EOC was necessary so that important issues could be addressed and confronted on a more timely and consistent basis,” said a press release from the emergency operations center.
“The incident management team felt that, with the increased a...