Summit County, CO Public Health Department is doing what it can to keep the community safe and healthy from the novel coronavirus. This including trying to keep the hospital from getting overwhelmed. There is a lot of new information daily, and below is where you can find out the latest information.
- Summit County Public Health – Latest updates, recommendations, and news.
- Summit County Gov. – Latest information and recommendations
- Summit Daily News – The latest local information and news about Coronavirus.
- Town of Frisco – Carry-out businesses and updates
- Town of Breckenridge – Latest updates and resources
- Silverthorne – Carry-out business and updates
- FIRC – Resources
- St. Anthony’s Medical Center – Coronavirus information (COVID-19 Hotline at 888-540-8924.) *Call 911 if you are having a medical emergency.
- City Market, Dillon – Information
Open as of May 27th, 2020:
- Arapahoe Basin – reservations required!
Closed for Season:
- Keystone (This includes uphill access)
- Loveland Ski Area (This includes uphill access)
- Copper Mountain (This includes uphill access)
- Breckenridge (This includes uphill access)
What to Do if You Are Feeling Sick in Summit County
If you are feeling ill with symptoms similar to those associated with COVID-19, including fever, cough, or difficulty breathing, Summit County Public Health recommends the following:
- Manage your symptoms at home the same way you manage other cold symptoms. To the extent possible, people with flu-like symptoms should remain at home.
- If you need medical care, contact your primary care provider and schedule a visit. Let them know that you are concerned you might have COVID-19. If you do not have an established health care provider, call the Colorado Helpline at 303-389-1687.
- Call 911 only for emergencies requiring immediate life-saving care and let them know if you are concerned you might have COVID-19.
- Limit visits to the hospital emergency room or urgent care. Only individuals needing immediate care should visit these facilities. If you must visit a hospital ER or urgent care facility, call ahead and let them know that you are concerned you might have COVID-19.
- Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment
- Centers for Disease Control
This page was written 3/24/2020, and updated 5/27/2020, the links are live and will update, but with how quickly information changes regarding coronavirus be sure to check with the Towns and County as information develops.