COVID-19 UPDATES
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, December 1st
          Confirmed cases in La Plata county (Durango):   1,470
          Confirmed cases in Archuleta county (Pagosa Springs):   245
          Confirmed cases in Montezuma county (Cortez):   723
          Confirmed cases in San Juan county, NM (Farmington):   5,917
          Confirmed cases in Colorado:   232,905
          Number of deaths in Colorado:   2,656
      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.
      More information can be obtained through the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment. Click here to visit their website.
   
     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.
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March 31st ~ Some useful information from Johns Hopkins regarding the COVID-19 virus
Guidelines regarding short-term rentals issued by the CDPHE on June 2nd
November 10th ~ SJBPH Advisory - LP County will move into “Level Orange: Safer At Home, High Risk”
November 12th ~ Glacier Club update from Jim Goodman
November 18th ~ Level Red restrictions to become effective Friday, November 20th
November 19th ~ Glacier Club update from Jim Goodman
Durango Herald and Other Online Articles
Monday, November 9 ~ Three Durango restaurants temporarily close after positive COVID-19 cases
Tuesday, November 10 ~ Where can I get tested for COVID-19 in Southwest Colorado?
Tuesday, November 10 ~ 360Durango.com ~ La Plata County Will Move to COVID-19 Dial Level Orange
Wednesday, November 11 ~ Durango testing site slammed as COVID-19 cases spike
Thursday, November 19 ~ 360Durango.com ~ La Plata County Will Move to COVID-19 Dial Level Red
Tuesday, November 24 ~ 360Durango.com ~ Purgatory: Prepare to stay outside