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Stonington takes steps to limit spread of COVID-19

Officials with the Iowa Department of Public Health are encouraging long-term care facilities to protect residents from COVID-19. Officials with the department say they're committed to taking critical steps "to ensure long term care facility residents are protected from communicable diseases, including Novel Coronavirus [COVID-19]." (MGN Image)
Officials with the Iowa Department of Public Health are encouraging long-term care facilities to protect residents from COVID-19. Officials with the department say they're committed to taking critical steps "to ensure long term care facility residents are protected from communicable diseases, including Novel Coronavirus [COVID-19]." (MGN Image)(KWQC)
Published: Mar. 27, 2020 at 8:07 PM EDT
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Stonington is taking steps to make sure their residents are safe during the coronavirus pandemic.

The Stonington Town Office is closed to the public. If you have any questions, call 207-367-2351.

You can also visit stoningtonmaine.org

For residents who may have traveled, you're asked to follow CDC recommendations and stay where you are for two weeks.

That also stands if you've been in contact with family or friends from out of state.

As for seasonal residents, if you're already in town, officials want you to stay put for two weeks to prevent the spread of COVID-19.

For those thinking about coming to Stonington at this time, the town recommends you stay home.

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