Delaware County Board of Supervisors Says ‘Keep Social Distancing’
The Delaware County Board of Supervisors has issued a statement reminding citizens that they need to continue to follow state guidelines for gathering in public that limits attendance and requires the use of personal protective measures.
Although the board member say they strongly advocate for and support each individual’s right and civil liberty to participate in organized protests, gatherings and community events, they warn that COVID-19 standards have to be adhered to. Officials in each state county are required to ensure that state regulations are being followed.
The board reports, "Delaware County, as part of the Southern Tier has made great strides in the fight against COVID-19. We have kept the number of active cases flat through the recent reopening. This has been in large part due to the efforts of all Delaware County residents to comply with the social distancing standards and wearing
face coverings while in public. We have worked hard to get to this point and want to ensure we do not slide backwards with a resurgence of the virus that would force the closing of businesses and community operations again."
To stay up to date on state mandates for residents and businesses visit www.governor.ny.gov.