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Preventing the Spread of Coronavirus

Local leaders encourage vigilance to help our community Crandon, Wisconsin- We are now seeing cases in Forest County because of people attending gatherings and socializing outside of their normal family activities.  Community members can assume that anywhere they go in … Continue reading

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SIXTY-ONE CASES OF COVID-19 CONFIRMED IN FOREST COUNTY

Forest County Public Health officials have confirmed an additional person has been diagnosed with novel coronavirus infection (COVID-19) for a total of 61 cases in Forest County. The individual is isolating at a residence outside of Forest County. No further … Continue reading

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SIXTY CASES OF COVID-19 CONFIRMED IN FOREST COUNTY

Forest County Public Health officials have confirmed an additional person has been diagnosed with novel coronavirus infection (COVID-19) for a total of 60 cases in Forest County. The individual is isolating at home. No further information will be released to … Continue reading

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August 6, 2020 The Forest County Health Department is reminding community members that attending large gatherings of any kind is not recommended at this time, but the health department cannot prevent people from doing so, or prevent such events from … Continue reading

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FIFTY-NINE CASES OF COVID-19 CONFIRMED IN FOREST COUNTY

Forest County Public Health officials have confirmed additional persons have been diagnosed with novel coronavirus infection (COVID-19) for a total of 59 cases in Forest County. The individuals are isolating at home. No further information will be released to protect … Continue reading

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