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211 Helpline Center is Responding to COVID-19. 211 is a vital service that connects people to the information and support they need - whether financial, family, health or disaster-related. 211 provides a 24/7 hotline which is connected to a trained team that is able to provide up-to-date information. If you need assistance now, call 211 to speak to someone who can help. The call or test is free and confidential. Simply dial 211.
Infographics provided by Dr. Ed Gerrish, COVID-19 Task Force
As cases have become more static in the area recently, Dr. Gerrish will update the infographics less often. If a resurgence in cases is seen, maps will be updated more frequently. For daily updates, please visit the South Dakota Department of Health website. (https://doh.sd.gov/news/coronavirus.aspx)
CITY COUNCIL UPDATE
At the June 22 City Council special meeting, the opening of playgrounds and basketball courts was approved. The public is encouraged to practice social distancing when possible to help ensure a safe environment for all who wish to utilize the park amenities.
We want to take time to thank community members for their understanding and patience during this time as we work through this together. Vermillion is a community that shows up and pulls together to help those in need. Our primary concern is for the safety and health of Vermillion citizens and employees as we continue to monitor current circumstances and conditions. When you are in public and social distance cannot be maintained, facial coverings are encouraged. Please, if you are sick, STAY HOME.
We encourage everyone to monitor local, state, and federal outlets for the most up-to-date information regarding the outbreak and how to protect yourself and your family. Below are links to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the South Dakota Department of Health (SD-DOH), and the World Health Organization (WHO).
City Hall has reopened.The City is committed to maintaining business operations and essential services while continuing efforts to protect the health of the public and City employees. Consider calling ahead instead. Staff are often able to assist the public without in-person meetings. Citizens can contact departments and offices via phone, email, and by utilizing online services.
When visiting City Hall, you will be encouraged to exercise CDC guidelines for social distancing and to wear a face covering when social distance cannot be maintained. There are additional hand sanitizing stations, markings for social distancing, and other measures to help facilitate this shift in daily practices.
DEPARTMENTS LOCATED IN CITY HALL
FINANCE & UTILITY
PARKS & RECREATION
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