COVID-19

Covid-19 Update from the Mayor 4-03-20 Update from the Mayor regarding the Covid-19 Pandemic. **CURRENT UPDATE** To: The Residents of the City of Cameron I would like to remind you again that Monday’s City Council meeting will be conducted by video conference, you may join this meeting via...
Following the COVID-19 diagnosis of Cameron Park Board Member Cody Brown, the city of Cameron coordinated its first hearing using telecommunication during Monday’s meeting of the Cameron Board of Adjustment. With Board of Adjustment member Rich Whalen citing potential exposure from Brown as the...
      **CURRENT UPDATE** To: The Residents of the City of Cameron There are three things that I would like to update the public about today. The first thing is that I am notifying everyone that the License Office has shortened their hours.  They are now open from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. daily,...
Shortly after the Clinton County Health Department confirmed two additional cases of COVID-19, Cameron residents Zoe Jones and Cory Brown announced they were among those battling the deadly disease. Jones told her employer, the St. Joseph News-Press, she likely contracted the virus after deciding...
On the heels of multiple COVID-19 diagnosis throughout Clinton and Caldwell counties, the Cameron School District announced closures will continue through May 1. Originally forecasting closures past Easter, the Cameron School District announced it will wait until at least May 1 before returning to...
Wuhan, China is the epicenter of the Covid-19 virus which is sweeping the world. Wuhan is the capitol of Central China’s Hubei Province. With a population of 11 million, it is still only the 9th largest city in China. Wuhan is the political, economic, financial, commercial, cultural, and...
The nation, and certainly the news media, is consumed with fears of the coronavirus pandemic. The world is largely in a “shut-down” mode. Locally, we are taking unprecedented measures in an effort to slow the spread of the virus. While there is a need for caution, it always helps the human spirit...
“We miss our I-35 Speedway racing family, the fans, the drivers, the pit crews, the Officials, but the health and safety of all is our priority” stated track owner Mike Johnson.  The world has been in constant flux the last couple of weeks, from cancelling meetings of more than 1,000, to more than...
As OATS Transit continues to adjust to the COVID-19 crisis, we are only offering essential service trips at this time.  We are limiting the number of individuals on our buses to facilitate social distancing, and drivers are cleaning buses on a routine basis. The essential trips only service will...
On March 22, 2020, the Clinton County Health Department was notified by a Healthcare Provider of a presumptive positive for SARS-CoV-2 (COVID-19). The affected party is a Male between 40 and 50 years of age, and a resident of Clinton County. The party is experiencing mild illness, and is recovering...

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