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Montezuma County backs off contact tracing amid surge; San Juan Basin moves forward

Montezuma health officials counting on infected residents to warn others

COVID outbreak doubles at Montezuma County Detention Center

County continues to see increase in new cases

Montezuma-Cortez halts volleyball program because of COVID-19

Practices and competition shut down through Oct. 25

Lotteries did not encourage COVID-19 vaccinations, new study finds

Cash drawings and additional vaccinations said to have ‘near zero’ association

Number of COVID cases jumps in Montezuma County

Most of the outbreaks occur in Cortez and Dolores schools

Pandemic surge forces local court proceedings to go virtual

Jury trials suspended until further notice

COVID-19 outbreak reported at Montezuma County jail; intake of inmates limited

DA critical of order waiving arrests in favor of summons

District attorney objects to Montezuma County sheriff’s order limiting detentions

Nowlin limits jail entry because of COVID spike, recommends summons

Kemper Elementary School moves to remote learning

Closure comes a day after school board refused to give superintendent authority to move schools to remote learning

Montezuma-Cortez decides not to mandate masks in latest vote

The school board holds second emergency meeting to discuss remote learning and masking in schools

Dolores schools move to remote learning for a week

After seeing a spike in COVID-19 cases, Dolores schools are moving to remote learning for the week of Oct. 4-7

Silverton is about as vaccinated as it can get. But it still has COVID.

Shots alone aren’t enough to prevent spread because of porous geographic boundaries and waning vaccine effectiveness