Chautauqua County Marked Under “High” Level Of COVID-19 Community Transmission

Edward Snyder / S.C. Air National Guard

MAYVILLE – The Chautauqua County Health Department is asking residents to take extra precautions as COVID-19 transmission increases once again in our community.

Officials say Chautauqua County is designated as having a “high” CDC COVID-19 community level.

As a result, the CDC recommends that residents or visitors to counties with this designation take precautions as follows: wear a mask in indoor public spaces; stay up to date with COVID-19 vaccines; and get tested if symptoms arise.

Those at high risk for severe illness should consider limiting or avoiding non-essential indoor activities in public, having rapid tests on hand, and should be prepared to talk with their health care provider about COVID-19 treatments when infection occurs.


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