Sublette County Declares State of Emergency

Sublette County Declares State of Emergency

The Sublette County Board of County Commissioners have declared a Sublette County State-of-Emergency.

A release from the Sublette County Sheriff’s Office states the risk to Sublette County still remains lower compared to much of the country, however cases have increased in Wyoming. Officials are urging citizens to diligently follow state guidelines to flatten the curve of the COVID-19 Coronavirus from spreading rapidly throughout the community. 

“We cannot stress enough the importance of this social distancing and self isolation to keep the spread rate down,” Public Information Officer Travis Bingham said. “If you feel ill stay home, so as to not transmit to others.”

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Bingham also stated the Sublette County Courthouse is closed to the public, but is open and the government continues to operate. Courthouse services are still available by phone, email and fax.

Business Closures

State Health Officer Alexia Harrist announced the closure of hair and nail salons, barber shops and tattoo parlors, adding them to the list of ever growing business closures around the state.

View a full list of closed and modified businesses in Sublette County, visit the website.

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