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Coronavirus (COVID-19)



Executive Orders - Kansas Governor's Office
The City of Augusta is monitoring the Coronavirus (COVID-19) situation and asking employees and residents to take precautions. The health of our community and residents is of the utmost importance.  Kansas Department of Health and Environment continues to provide regular updates on the spread of the illness.  Click here to view (KDHE's) update from March 15, 2020 providing the most updated guidance on COVID - 19.


Council meeings and small City meetings and events will continue as scheduled while also implementing social distancing techniques to prevent spreading germs.  City officials are reviewing public health official guidelines, internal organizational policies and continuity of operations plans to determine the most appropriate actions regarding city services.  The city will notify the community of any modifications or changes to city services on the city's website and Facebook pages.

SYMPTOMS

STOP THE SPREAD

INDIVIDUAL PRECAUTIONS

LARGE MEETINGS / PUBLIC GATHERINGS

KDHE Hotline

1-866-534-3463 or
1-866-KDHE-INFO

Emergency Declarations

World Health Organziation
The WHO declared a global pandemic on March 11, 2020.

State of Kansas

Governor Laura Kelly issued an emergency declaration for the State of Kansas on March 12, 2020.

Federal Government
President Donald Tump issued a proclamation on March 13, 2020 declaring a national emergency.