Drive-in Movies Are Nostalgic And Bring the Community Together

9/29/20
NEWS BRIEFS
NOV. 24th---Southwest Colorado confirmed COVID-19 cases by county: ARCHULETA 174; test positivity rate 8.38%; LA PLATA 1,161; test positivity rate 6.35%; sjbpublichealth.org
Colorado COVID-19 totals-NOV. 24th--202,289 cases; 12,526 hospitalized; 2,810 deaths among cases; 2,456 deaths due to COVID-19; 2,901,740 tested; 7 Day test positivity rate for CO is 11.89%; colorado.gov
Archuleta County has a CALL CENTER that can answer your questions related to COVID-19 and refer you to resources that are available to you, (970) 422-7084
Colorado activates 2-1-1: dial 2-1-1, online 211Colorado.org, or text your zip code to 898-211. This number can be used to navigate resources like housing, health, food during this time of the pandemic. Only use 911 for emergencies.
NOV. 24th--Archuleta County moves to Level Orange ("High Risk") and La Plata County moves to Level Red (Severe Risk) due to rising COVID cases.

Pagosa Peak Open School which is a local public charter school that serves K-7th grade students continues to host Drive-in Movie Nights through October. They also have a fun COVID-safe Halloween Night planned for kids including a trunk-or-treat, a costume parade and the movie Book of Life.

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