The Colorado Division of Insurance announced this morning that they have adopted an emergency regulation to allow a COVID-19 Related Special Enrollment Period for enrollment in an individual (or family) health benefit plan. It is a 15 day enrollment period beginning March 20, 2020 and ending April 3, 2020. Coverage
The Yuma County Government announced late Wednesday afternoon that all county facilities would be closed to the public effect Thursday, March 19. Following is the statement: YUMA COUNTY OPERATIONS DURING COVID-19 Dateline: WRAY, CO, March, 2020 — The Yuma County Commissioners have been closely monitoring the COVID-19 situation and, at
COVID-19 is here. The first case in all of northeast Colorado was confirmed in a Yuma County resident, announced the Northeast Colorado Health Department, late Wednesday morning. The release from the NCHD stated: “At this time the person is not hospitalized but in appropriate isolation and is recovering at home.
The Yuma City Council approved an order declaring a local emergency in and for the City of Yuma, Tuesday night during its regular meeting at City Hall — just in case. The Northeast Colorado Health Department then announced Wednesday morning confirmation of the first COVID-19 case in Yuma County. The
As of today, March 13, Yuma School District-1 still plans on resuming classes after spring break on March 23. However, the district also acknowledged that could change between now and then. Following is the full statement the district put on its website yumaschools.org. COVID-19 Update – March 13, 2020 By:
Feral cat program a success The Trap Neuter Return (TNR) program conducted by the City of Yuma late last week was a success. With the help of Metro Denver Cat and Animal Assistance Foundation, Tom Parks, and Prairie Winds Veterinary Clinic, LLC the initial phase of the TNR program resulted