CWC Leaders Support Fremont County Public Health Efforts

In an email to CWC employees April 14, college leadership encouraged all employees to follow the recommendations released by FCPH Officer Dr. Brian Gee to adopt all CDC guidelines to prevent the spread of the COVID-19 virus.
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“We all need to do all we can to help slow and stop the virus spread. I know that some feel it doesn’t help that much, but given that this can spread exponentially, we need to take every action possible. I’m wearing my mask with pride in support of our heroes still working to keep our medical care, food, gas stations, and package delivery systems going,” said President Brad Tyndall.
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CWC Foundation Board Chair Jacquie Hediger said,  “Our public health officials ask all of us to stay home as much as possible and to continue to practice social distancing to stop the spread of COVID-19. However, if you must go out into the community, we can show our appreciation for our heroic healthcare providers and essential business personnel, like our dedicated grocery store workers, by wearing a cloth face mask. This small gesture of thanks says you are doing your part to protect all members of our community, you are decreasing the strain on our healthcare system, and you are helping to stop the spread of the virus.
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The college has updated its Coronavirus Updates & Resources website page under “Action Items” to include links to documents issued by Dr. Gee including the Fremont County Public Health Update for Business guideline and the  Public Mask Use which includes the following CDC DIY Cloth Face Covering information.
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In an email to CWC employees April 14, college leadership encouraged all employees to follow the recommendations released by FCPH Officer Dr. Brian Gee to adopt all CDC guidelines to prevent the spread of the COVID-19 virus.
.
“We all need to do all we can to help slow and stop the virus spread. I know that some feel it doesn’t help that much, but given that this can spread exponentially, we need to take every action possible. I’m wearing my mask with pride in support of our heroes still working to keep our medical care, food, gas stations, and package delivery systems going,” said President Brad Tyndall.
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CWC Foundation Board Chair Jacquie Hediger said,  “Our public health officials ask all of us to stay home as much as possible and to continue to practice social distancing to stop the spread of COVID-19. However, if you must go out into the community, we can show our appreciation for our heroic healthcare providers and essential business personnel, like our dedicated grocery store workers, by wearing a cloth face mask. This small gesture of thanks says you are doing your part to protect all members of our community, you are decreasing the strain on our healthcare system, and you are helping to stop the spread of the virus.
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The college has updated its Coronavirus Updates & Resources website page under “Action Items” to include links to documents issued by Dr. Gee including the Fremont County Public Health Update for Business guideline and the  Public Mask Use which includes the following CDC DIY Cloth Face Covering information.
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