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The Edmond City Council has amended its Declaration of Emergency related to community spread of COVID-19 that has previously been in place since June 15. This amended Declaration of Emergency is subject to further change by the City Council at future scheduled, special or emergency meetings.
The Declaration of Emergency builds upon previous community measures to help combat the spread of COVID-19 in Edmond. The previous Declaration of Emergency of June 15, 2020 remains in effect with the following changes that last through at least August 3, 2020:
All Edmond citizens should continue taking extra measures to put a physical distance of six (6) feet between yourself and other people, wash hands regularly, and stay updated on the resources and information available through the Oklahoma City-County Health Department (OCCHD), the Oklahoma State Department of Health (OSDH) and Centers for Disease Control (CDC).
It is anticipated that Edmond residents will voluntarily comply with the regulations that have been put into place. In the event that there is concern of non-compliance in Edmond, please contact the City of Edmond Community Image Department at 359-4793.
For the latest information on local regulations, building closures, additional cancellations and access to resources from our health partners, please visit http://edmondok.com/coronavirus.