Clarke Community Schools – Closure Updates April 20,2020

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With the recent announcement from Governor Reynolds concerning the closing of Iowa schools, effectively ending the 2019-2020 school year, Clarke Community Schools Superintendent Steve Seid put together the following, personal message to all Clarke students and families. You can watch the video from Mr. Seid below: In

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CCH Receives State-of-the-Art Equipment

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Infection Prevention Clarke County Hospital has received a state-of-the-art ultra-violet disinfection machine called the TRU-D. The Hospitals Environmental Services staff received training on the unit this week. The TRU-D is automated (does not require a human presence), and will be used to disinfect exam rooms and other

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Educators and Businesses Come Together To Help Clarke County Heroes

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Challenging times have a way of bringing people together and the Clarke County community is no exception. The ongoing outbreak of COVID-19 has been causing massive shortages of essential supplies across the nation. The health care workers who are on the front line are having trouble securing

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Clarke County Clinic Offering Telehealth Visits

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As COVID-19 continues to grow as a public health concern, we are expanding telehealth visits from your home to the Clinic for certain conditions and circumstances during designated times during this national public health emergency. If you or someone you know is experiencing symptoms of COVID-19 and

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Additional Case of COVID-19 Confirmed in Clarke County

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The Iowa Department of Public Health (IDPH) and Clarke County Public Health have identified one additional case of COVID-19 in the county. “We continue to remind residents to take preventive measures to slow the spread of this virus,” said Clarke County Public Health Director Mackenzie Nelson. “It’s

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Community & Staff Step Up to Support Senior Care Center in Time of Crisis

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Since the WHO announced the Coronavirus / COVID-19 pandemic status in early March, long-term care facilities have been on the front lines of the health and safety battle.  With senior citizens being some of the most “at risk” from the virus, the need for protective gear –

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First Case of COVID-19 Confirmed in Clarke County

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A case of novel coronavirus (COVID-19) has been confirmed in Clarke County. The case is an adult age range 18-40 years. According to the Iowa Department of Public Health (IDPH), the individual is self-isolating at home. “While this is Clarke County’s first case, it may not be

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Clarke County Hospital Erecting Tent for Patient Check-in

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As of this writing, there are no known positive COVID-19 cases in Clarke County.  On Monday, March 30, the National Guard will erect a tent in the southwest parking lot of Clarke County Hospital.  The National Guard has, and continues to, erect tents at hospitals throughout Iowa

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Clarke Community Schools Update: Student Nutrition & Staff Pay

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On Tuesday, March 24th, Clarke Schools made the announcement that they would be participating in the USDA Food and Nutrition Service Summer Food Service Program.  This will allow the school to provide both breakfasts and lunches for students in need of meal solutions during the closure of

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Clarke County Hospital – New Visitor Restrictions Starting March 25, 2020

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Effective Wednesday, March 25th, visitors are NOT allowed within Clarke County Hospital unless the visitor is a designated caregiver or the patient falls into one of three categories listed below: The patient is an infant or small child. In this case only one designated parent/caregiver may be

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Clarke Community Schools – Closure Update: A Message From Superintendent Steve Seid

In the light of the mandatory closure of Clarke Community Schools, Mr. Seid, Clarke Community School District Superintendent, wanted to reach out to the public to provide a brief update on what the school is doing for the students and families affected by the shutdown. View the

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SPECIAL NOTICE: Clarke County Live Broadcast: COVID-19 Update and Q & A

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE What: Clarke County Live Broadcast: COVID-19 Update and Q & A When: Thursday, March 19 – 1:00 pm A one hour discussion led by Clarke County Public Health and a panel including leaders from local government, healthcare and school districts to bring Clarke County

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Coronavirus and COVID-19: When Rumors Fly, Turn to Trusted Resources

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Coronavirus and COVID-19 are hot topics in the news. Clarke County Hospital and Clinics encourages everyone to count on trusted resources for their updates and how to prevent illnesses and the spread of any diseases.

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