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CUWCD issues Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) Alert Status: Stage 2

From:  Dirk Aaron daaron@cuwcd.org
General Manager

Clearwater Underground Water Conservation District (CUWCD) is a local government entity whose regulatory jurisdiction over groundwater wells is limited to Bell County. CUWCD per the General Manager’s authority has developed the following position and alert response to the virus in hopes of protecting the health and safety of our staff, board of directors and attendees to upcoming board meetings and educational events in March, April and May.  

CUWCD has temporarily canceled our participation in all scheduled events on school campuses, state parks and Ft. Hood.

As Centers for Disease Control and Prevention  Coronavirus (COVID 19) FAQ from CDC continues to monitor the situation, CUWCD wants to ensure the most up-to-date information regarding how Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) is impacting our staff, directors, clients and citizens whom interact with our office. We are continuing to follow the guidance of other local, state, and federal health agencies to keep our county, communities and schools informed and healthy.

The alert level is currently at Stage 2 and we will be in direct contact with the Bell County officials.

Additional Information can be found at the following links:
Bell County Public Health District Coronavirus Rumor Control
Texas News and Case Counts of Coronavirus by Texas Health & Human Services

 Please see original news release here.


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