Sweetwater County Community Resiliency Task Force morning update, March 19, Thursday


ROCK SPRINGS, WYOMING (March 19, 2020) — The following is an update from the Sweetwater County Community Resiliency Task Force:

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“The Sweetwater County Community Resilience Task Force has released an updated report on the current status of many local businesses throughout Sweetwater County. The information contained in the business report was consolidated from data provided to the task force by the Green River and Rock Springs chambers of commerce.

While complete as possible, it is not intended to be a comprehensive list as some data was unavailable as of press time and the situation continues to rapidly evolve. As such, we strongly encourage all patrons of our local businesses to phone ahead before traveling in person.

Most local-area businesses throughout the county remain open to the public, and many are finding new and creative ways to continue to do business while still respecting the federal, state and local recommendations and best practices to minimize the risk of spreading the COVID-19 virus.

The task force intends to continue to update this information as necessary, and the report is available in its entirety online at http://www.sweetwater311.org. For tips on how to protect your business in response to COVID-19, please visit the Wyoming Business Council’s website
at https://wyomingbusiness.org/covid19.”

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