News October 9, 2020

Teton County Warns Against Gathering

by Jackson Hole Radio News

With the current spike in COVID cases in Teton County, Wyoming, Teton District Health Officer, Dr Travis Riddell is urging the general public take more comprehensive precautions. Among them, limit exposure to others outside of your household, reduce exposure to others as much as possible while at school and work, work from home if possible, limit travel as much as possible and if you must travel, limit contact with others in public spaces. Dr Riddel also reminds the public to follow strict physical distancing measures and wear a face covering in public. Refrain from shaking hands with other individuals. Don’t visit friends or family without urgent need or attend non-essential gatherings. Dr. Riddell also urges people to reduce their trips to the grocery store, post office or other errands and to refrain from dining out except for carryout or delivery. A full list of his latest advisories can be found by selecting Recommendation #10 at