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March 20, 2020

COVID-19 Bulletin #10

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Bulletin #10
March 20, 2020
6:20 p.m.

The Dare County Control Group met Friday evening, March 20, 2020 to receive an update regarding COVID-19 and to discuss additional restrictions necessary to protect the public health and safety for the community.  

As part of Dare County’s continued response to the COVID-19 pandemic, non-resident property owners will be prohibited from entering Dare County beginning tonight, Friday, March 20 at 10 p.m. 

The intent of this declaration is to decrease the risk of exposure and limit the spread of COVID-19 in Dare County by eliminating non-essential travel, thereby reducing the number of individuals in the county and ultimately reducing potential virus spread and the burden on our healthcare system. It is imperative to take measures to mitigate the consequences of COVID-19 and not overwhelm our healthcare system so it can care for those who are at most risk and continue to provide routine medical and emergency services. 

Previous restrictions including the prohibition of mass gatherings and the entry of visitors remain in place. 

While disappointing for many people who enjoy spending time on the Outer Banks, these decisions are made in the interest of preserving the public health, safety and welfare of our community. 

 

Town of Duck Services


Following the mayoral declaration of a state of emergency, the Town of Duck is implementing strategies to reduce the spread of COVID-19 and to protect citizens and staff. While the Town Hall will remain open, please call or email the office to ask how we may be able to assist you remotely.   

252-255-1234 
info@townofduck.com
 
Trash/Recycling:  Residential and commercial collections will continue as scheduled. An additional residential recycling collection is scheduled for March 30.

Town Offices: The Town Hall is currently open, but we ask that you call or email before visiting. We may be able to assist you remotely. The Public Safety building is closed to non-emergent issues, including facility tours and the T-shirt shop.

Town Events: Non-essential Town events have been cancelled or postponed until such time that restrictions on gatherings are lifted. This includes beach planting, lectures, and other community events.

Town Meetings: Plans for the April 1, 2020 Council meeting will be evaluated as we move forward. Tentatively, this meeting will be live streamed and the video posted after the meeting for those that could not watch live.

Where to Find Reliable Information on COVID-19

 

It is important for community members to access reliable sources of information. Be wary of clicking on any links that you do not recognize, especially ones that might be emailed to you from an unknown source.

For regularly updated information on COVID-19 in Dare County and information about how to protect yourself, your family and our community, please visit:

We will continue to share updated information from these sources.
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