COVID Risk Dial Sees Slight Regression
Risk Dial Increases from 1.38 to 1.63
April 14, 2021
The COVID-19 Risk Dial shows steady improvement for the Panhandle region. As of April 5, the Risk Dial was at 1.38, down from 1.53 the week before.
The Risk Dial is a summary of conditions for the Panhandle Public Health District (PPHD) jurisdiction. It is divided into four levels from low to severe. PPHD stresses the Risk Dial is only a guide. It does not replace federal, state or locally directed health measures. The PPHD continues to advise at-risk and vulnerable individuals to practice stringent precautions.
Cheyenne County's risk level is at 1.4, only slightly higher than the region's...
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