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According to the Center for Disease Control, COVID-19 can be passed from person to person similarly to the common cold or flu. When a person coughs or sneezes, small respiratory droplets can transfer from person to person.
We are encouraging everyone to stay home as much as possible and practice good hygiene. Wash hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds. Avoid touching your face—including eyes, nose and mouth. Avoid congregating and meeting in groups by staying six feet away from others at all times, and follow all state and federal COVID-19 regulations. Normal day to day healthy practices such as eating a well-balanced diet, exercising and getting enough sleep are always a good idea.
The CDC now recommends everyone to wear a face covering when going out or leaving the house. Face coverings can be sewn or constructed with a bandanna or other fabric that is available. According to the CDC, "the cloth face coverings recommended are not surgical masks or N-95 respirators. Those are critical supplies that must continue to be reserved for healthcare workers and other medical first responders."
Stay calm and keep yourself and your family at home. If you have COVID-19 symptoms such as a cough or fever, contact your health provider. If emergency warning signs occur, outlined by the CDC as trouble breathing, persistent pain or chest pressure, confusion or blue lips or face, seek medical assistance immediately. Having a fever does not warrant emergency medical assistance.
The Town of Windsor does not organize testing or testing sites. According to the Colorado Department of Health and the Environment, “Not everyone with COVID-19 symptoms needs a test or will be able to be tested.” If you have COVID-19 symptoms, contact your healthcare provider.
We have not been provided with town specific data. At this time, Weld County is not releasing information about town specific cases to protect individual identity. As of April 1, there were 296 cases in Weld County and 107 cases in Larimer County.
The Town of Windsor is taking the following health and safety measures:
All memberships that were paid in full will be extended for the duration of the closure. Any membership that is on auto-debit will be extended for 23 days. That is the number of days from our initial closure, March 14 until the next billing cycle April 5. Starting with the April 5 billing cycle, we will not be collecting funds until the building re-opens. All rentals and events have been cancelled. The Windsor Community Recreation Center will offer refunds per its policy.
Currently, all town meetings with the exception of Town Board and Planning Commission have been canceled. For information on how to view or participate in a public meeting at a distance, visit our Virtual Meetings Page.
Parks and trails are open for people to get out and get exercise. Physical distancing should be practiced at all times. Currently, public playgrounds/play structures are closed.