Moving to “green” during a local rise in positive COVID-19 testing (11 new positives between June 11 and June 18, 2020), means the public needs to be responsible in their actions to protect themselves and others against exposure. Due to the increased risk the following actions are still strongly encouraged: continue to social distance where feasible, wear a face covering when in public and where social distancing (six feet) is not feasible, practice proper hygiene, staying home when sick and monitor symptoms, and getting tested when symptomatic.
“Those things are all still very very important. The difference is they are not going to be written in a rule requiring them for anyone to do them.”
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