“My message for people now is stay the heck at home,” she said. “Help us to flatten the curve and decrease the number of people who get sick with this disease. People need to stay home.”
Bailer has been meeting with the county commissioners during their Monday meetings to give them updates on the pandemic. She has also started posting updates, with the number positive cases, people quarantined and other information, on the health district’s website. New reports will be available every Monday, Wednesday and Friday after 2:30 p.m.