Information is provided by Keith Keck, Saline County Justice of the Peace. This update contains important information for everyone.
J. P. Keith Keck said, “Here is Saline County Judge Jeff Arey’s COVID-19 update for April 2. I would recommend highlighting the ADH Directive on Limitation on Gatherings and the “30 Days to Slow the Spread” on your Facebook pages.”
Judge Jeff Arey Updates
See the attached spreadsheet for the numbers as of last night for Saline County. Confirmed cases did rise by 3 for a total of 14 for Saline County with 18 Persons Still Under Investigation.
Saline County COVID-19 Spreadsheet 184.108.40.206.20-COVID-19-Saline-County-Spreadsheet
Judge Arey Participated in White House Briefing Call
Yesterday, Judge Jeff Arey of Saline County participated in a White House COVID-19 briefing call with Dr. Anthony Fauci, Director, National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, among many others.
Judge Arey said, “Dr. Fauci, was very direct when he spoke that even though our Nation has some dark days or weeks ahead of us, the measures we are taking to stay at home, wash our hands often and keep surfaces clean and practice social distancing of 6 feet when we do go out, will turn the trend down and flatten the curve. He encouraged us to stay the course and reminded us local elected officials have a tremendous influence in our community and he encouraged all local officials to educate the public on the importance of these things and continue to promote the President’s “30 Days to Slow the Spread” initiative. (See below)
President Trump’s “30 Days to Slow the Spread” InitiativePOTUS-Coronavirus-Guidelines_30-DAYS
How Saline Co. is Handling Enforcement of Governor’s Directive Order
Judge Arey added, “I have had a few questions asking how is the County handling any enforcement of the Governor’s Directive Order (see below) on limitations on Gatherings of more than ten (10) people.
“In conversation with Saline County Sheriff Rodney Wright this morning, the Sheriff has directed his staff to educate any group in possible violation of the Governor’s directive and ask them to comply or disperse. If they refuse then the officer could write a citation.
“Stay Safe and remember no more than 10, stay 6 feet apart and wash your hands!”
Governor’s Directive Order – Limitation on GatheringADH-Directive-Limitation-on-Gathering
Information provided by Keith Keck, Saline County Justice of the Peace, April 2, 2020
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