Home » Posts tagged with "Center for Disease Control"

Page AZ Detention Facility inmate tested COVID-19 positive

Sedona AZ – The Coconino County Page Holding Facility recently had one confirmed COVID-19 positive inmate in custody. This individual was booked into the Page facility on April 9, 2020. Thankfully, the individual advised jail staff of possible exposure and infection. All safety precautions and protocols were instituted and used during the booking process. The individual was housed in an isolation... 

Sedona trails closed during stay at home order

Sedona AZ – To continue measures limiting the spread of COVID-19, the Coconino National Forest Red Rock Ranger District in coordination with the counties impacted, will close the following popular Sedona AZ trails and trailheads on April 4, 2020, until further notice: The five areas that will close are: • Bell Rock Trail and Trailhead. • Cathedral Rock Trail and Trailhead. • Courthouse Vista... 

AZ Governor Ducey issues stay-at-home order until April 30

AZ Gov. Ducey issues guidance for stay-at-home statewide Executive Order to stop the spread of COVID-19. Sedona AZ  – To limit the spread of COVID-19, Arizona Governor Doug Ducey issued a stay-at-home order for all of Arizona until April 30, 2020.  The order says Arizona residents must limit time away from the house except: To conduct or participate in essential activities. For employment,... 

Handwashing, Do-It-Yourself Disease Prevention

Wash your hands often during food handling and always after using a toilet at home or in a public area. Sedona AZ (December 11, 2015) – Keeping your hands clean is one of the most important steps you can take to avoid getting sick and spreading germs to others. The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) recommends washing your hands in a specific way to be most effective. First, wet your hands with... 

West Nile Virus Buzz

Sedona AZ (April 26, 2013) – Warming weather means mosquito breeding season and increased concern about illness caused by the West Nile Virus (WNV). The virus is usually transmitted through mosquito bites. Therefore, the easiest and best way to combat WNV is to reduce the potential for mosquitoes to breed and the likelihood of being bitten by a mosquito. When the weather turns warmer, the City... 
Copyright © 2008-2017 · Sedona Eye · All Rights Reserved · Posts · Comments · Facebook · Twitter ·