The Village of Wilton has closed all playgrounds effective immediately.
For more information, call 435-6666.
Today the Monroe County Health Department reported 26 new cases of Covid-19, resulting in a total of 588, of which 187 are active (one is hospitalized), 398 have recovered, and three have died.
As of Tuesday, neither the Norwalk-Ontario-Wilton School District nor the Royall School District had new confirmed Covid-19 cases to report.
Monroe County reported 19 new cases of Covid-19, bringing its total to 562, of which 193 are active (one is hospitalized), 366 have recovered, and three have died.
Monroe County has had its third death from Covid-19. The health department released the following statement on the matter:
Monroe County had 39 cases over the weekend and 10 today, bringing its total to 543.
A community drive-through Covid-19 testing site will be held from 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Friday, Oct. 2, at the Tomah Armory, 520 Mill St., Tomah.
Monroe County today had 28 new cases of Covid-19, bringing its total to 494, of which 152 are active (two have recovered), 340 have recuperated, and two have died.
N-O-W has three new student cases of Covid-19, but none of them have attended school in the last few weeks, according to Superintendent Travis Anderson.
Monroe County reported 23 new cases today, bringing its total to 466, of which 126 are active (two are hospitalized), 338 have recovered, and two have died.
In the past week, Monroe County has seen a large increase in COVID-19 cases.
After meeting with the Monroe County Health Department today, Norwalk-Ontario-Wilton School District administration decided to offer in-person education for now, said Superintendent Travis Anderson on Wednesday evening.