The purpose of this page is to keep the Tamarron community updated with regard to the coronoavirus outbreak as it pertains to Durango in general and Tamarron in particular. Everyone should be aware that this is a very fluid situation, and this web page should not be used as a substitute for official information from health care professionals and governmental agencies.
Tuesday, March 31st
          Confirmed cases in La Plata county:   23
          Confirmed cases in Archuleta county:   1
          Confirmed cases in Colorado:   2,966
          Number of deaths in Colorado:   69
     1. Information for La Plata (Durango) and Archuleta (Pagosa Springs) counties can be obtained through San Juan Basin Public Health. Click here to view their website.
     2. More information can be obtained through the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment. Click here to visit their website.
     3. Click here to view a chart showing the number of confirmed cases in each county across the state. Occasionally there is a discrepancy between the data posted by SJBPH and CDPHE; this is usually due to the time of day that each agency updates its website.
     4. See the links below for all notices sent to the Tamarron community.
     5. Purgatory ski resort, like all ski areas in Colorado, is closed at least until April 6th. Click here to visit their website.
     6. The Valley Fitness Center is closed until further notice.
     7. Glacier Club has suspended all food and beverage service, including take-out service,  until further notice.
     8. Glacier Club has also closed the Mountain clubhouse outdoor hot tub until further notice.
     9. Click here to read Public Health Order 20-22, issued by Governor Polis on Monday, March 16th, closing all restaurants, bars, theaters, gymnasiums, casinos, and other places of public accommodation state-wide for a period of 30 days.
     10. Some restaurants in town are open for take-out only. If you have plans for dinner in town, it is best to call ahead.
     11. Click here to read Public Health Order 20-23, issued by Governor Polis on Thursday, March 19th, which limits gatherings of individuals to no more than (10) people for a period of 30 days.
     12. Click here to read the Stay At Home Advisory issued by San Juan Basin Public Health on Monday, March 23rd.
     13. The Tamarron rental program is temporarily suspended, effective immediately.
Click here to read the notice sent to all Tamarron owners on Tuesday, March 24th.
     14. All non-owner visits to Tamarron are currently suspended, including friends and guests of owners. Click here to read the e-mail sent to all Tamarron owners on Wednesday, March 25th by TACO President Scott Gillen.
     15. Governor Polis has issued a state-wide mandatory Stay At Home Order effective Thursday, March 26th, at 6:00 AM. Click here to read the full order.
     Lastly, there is a great deal of misinformation regarding this situation circulating throughout the internet. SJBPH urges everyone to get their information from responsible and reliable health care professionals and official governmental sources.
Notice sent to all Tamarron owners on Wednesday, March 18th
Notice sent to all long-term Tamarron residents on Wednesday, March 18th
Disclosure authorization form
March 19th notice to all Tamarron owners and residents
March 18th notice from Elbert Creek Water Company regarding drinking water
March 24th notice to all Tamarron owners temporarily suspending rental program
March 25th e-mail to all Tamarron owners temporarily suspending non-owner visits
March 24th notice from Glacier Club regarding membership dues
March 28th notice to Tamarron owners regarding monthly short-term rental fees
March 31st ~ Some useful information from Johns Hopkins regarding the COVID-19 virus
Durango Herald Articles
Note: In order to give Durango residents as much information as possible, the Durango Herald
has suspended its 5 articles per month limit without a subscription for all coronavirus-related articles.
Tuesday, March 17 ~ Testing
Wednesday, March 18 ~ Closings in Durango and La Plata county
Thursday, March 19 ~ Drive-thru assessment area being set up
Friday, March 20 ~ Drive-thru assessment area to be operational Friday/Saturday
Tuesday, March 24 ~ New Mexico issues a Stay At Home order
Tuesday, March 24 ~ La Plata and Archuleta counties issue Stay At Home advisory
Saturday, March 21 ~ Drive-thru COVID-19 testing center operational
Monday, March 23 ~ First COVID-19 case reported in La Plata County
Tuesday, March 24 ~ San Juan county issues Shelter In Place order
Thursday, March 26 ~ Governor Polis issues statewide stay-at-home order starting Thursday
Wednesday, March 25 ~ Officials confirm 3 new cases of coronavirus in La Plata County
Monday, March 30 ~ Is take-out food safe, and other questions answered