ANGOLA, IN - The Steuben County Health Department is urging all community members and visitors to participate in the Mask Up Hoosiers movement.
This new campaign by the State of Indiana and State Department of Health advocates that all citizens and visitors wear a mask when in spaces where a distance of six (6) feet cannot be maintained. In a news release, the Steuben County Health Department said “this is imperative to prevent and slow down the spread of COVID-19”.
The Steuben County Health Department reminds all residents and visitors to the community to be respectful of COVID-19 policies and procedures at local establishments and businesses. If questions arise in relations to any policies or procedures at an establishment, please request clarification from local health officials.
Steuben County has a total of 138 COVID-19 positive cases, with 101 of those individuals considered in recovery.
There are 2 deaths associated with COVID-19 in Steuben County.
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