Wrangell’s indoor recreation actions are canceled till additional discover and the general public library will change to curbside service solely, Wrangell officers stated Wednesday night.
In a press release, the town stated Wrangell was experiencing an outbreak of COVID-19 and introduced three extra instances of COVID locally. This brings the variety of recognized lively instances of Wrangell to 12, by far the very best because the pandemic started over a yr in the past.
Officers added that masks are necessary in any respect metropolis services, and leases and reservations at indoor parks and recreation services and the Nolan Heart are suspended till additional discover.
Metropolis officers are asking the Wrangellites to self-isolate and get examined if they’ve flu-like signs. Additionally they encourage masking, hand washing and disinfection of surfaces, restriction of motion in public and discount of social circles.
Free asymptomatic COVID-19 exams are made accessible to the neighborhood every single day on the airport throughout jet arrivals (round 11 a.m. and 4 p.m.).
Wrangellites who’re exhibiting signs of COVID-19 or produce other COVID-related questions can name SEARHC’s COVID-19 hotline at (907) 966-8799.
Registration is open to anybody in Wrangell over the age of 16 who needs to be vaccinated in opposition to COVID-19. Register at covid19.searhc.org. You’ll obtain an electronic mail when an appointment time turns into accessible.
The town’s full listing of mitigation measures is as follows:
• The library will change to visits by appointment solely or curbside service. Library employees will provide help to in any approach they’ll. Please name 874-3535 to make an appointment or request help. E-mail email@example.com or go to the library’s on-line catalog to request one thing.
• Parks and leisure actions and swimming pool:
o The usage of cardio gear will solely be by appointment and at diminished capability.
o Indoor leisure actions are canceled.
o The swimming pool will stay open however the altering rooms might be closed.
o Racquetball, wallyball and pickleball are closed.
o The leases of indoor services and park shelters are closed.
• Nolan Heart:
o Movies will proceed with out concession service. Carrying a masks is necessary always whereas attending a movie.
o No facility leases or occasions throughout this era.
• Masks are obligatory in all Metropolis services, until in any other case specified (eg Swimming).
Contact KSTK at firstname.lastname@example.org or (907) 874-2345.