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People, not numbers:
In the two days since our Tuesday summary press release, Haywood County has had an additional 79 cases and 2 deaths (reported in a separate press release on December 2). In the past two weeks, we’ve had a 40% increase in cases. We anticipate that our numbers will continue to rise in the wake of holiday celebrations. To help control how much we are impacted by this surge in cases, we need you to:
ANSWER THE CALL!
Avoid being a close contact with anyone. That way even if you are around someone who is infected, you won’t be. Here’s how:
Be sure that you get your information from reliable resources: