- Emergency Preparedness Response
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AUGUST 6, 2021: In response to recent Mask Advisories issued by the CDC and Summit County Public Health, the Hudson City Manager is strongly recommending all City employees and visitors, regardless of vaccination status, wear masks while in City facilities beginning August 9, 2021. The CDC and Summit County Advisories were issued due to the rise in COVID cases both nationally and in Summit County.
While masking will not be mandatory, signs will be posted in City buildings to request masks be worn and social distancing protocols be followed. Masks will be provided for visitors who do not have masks.
AUGUST 3, 2021: As of July 27, 2021, both the CDC and Summit County Public Health have issued a mask advisory that recommends all individuals, vaccinated or not, wear a mask when indoors in public places. This change is due to the rapid increase of Delta variant cases of COVID in Summit County.
What is Coronavirus (COVID-19)
As of July 27, 2021, both the CDC and Summit County Public Health have issued a mask advisory that recommends all individuals, vaccinated or not, were a mask when indoors in public places. This change is due to the rapid increase of Delta variant cases of COVID in Summit County. While not mandatory, the City is asking all residents to wear masks when visiting indoors in City-owned buildings. Coronavirus (COVID-19) is an infectious disease caused by a new virus. The disease causes respiratory illness with symptoms such as a cough, fever, and in severe cases, difficulty breathing. Currently there are several variants that have emerged, of which the Delta variant is most prominent at this time. It is more quickly spread that previous variants of COVID.
Where Can I Go for Information about COVID-19?
The best sources are reliable government agencies, heath departments or hospitals. Here's a quick list of resources.
- Center for Disease Control: The CDC has information about the virus, symptoms, how to avoid the virus, and much information about what families and individuals can do during this pandemic.
- Ohio Department of Health: The ODH has an excellent site with updated statistics and information to help Ohioans get through this pandemic.
- Ohio Coronavirus Hotline: If you have questions regarding Coronavirus/COVID-19 please call 1-833-4-ASK-ODH (1-833-427-5634)
- Summit County Public Health: SCPH provides regional information and help. If you have questions, call the COVID-19 Call Line (330) 926-5795.
- World Health Organization (WHO): WHO also has reliable information on coronavirus globally.
What to Do If You're Sick
- Don't call 911 unless you are having a life-threatening emergency such as as trouble breathing, heart attacks, stroke, and other problems where your life is in immediate danger.
- Call your doctor or medical professional who will advise you what to do. Most people with mild cases of COVID-19 will be told to isolate at home and ride out the symptoms.
- Do not go out if you are sick, even if you are not sure they are COVID-19 symptoms.
- While rare, there are breakthrough COVID cases among those vaccinated. And, vaccinated individuals can spread the Delta variant, even those they may share no symptoms.
For more information about what to do if you think you have coronavirus, visit these resources:
- What to Do if I'm Sick - CDC
- When to Contact Your Provider - Ohio Department of Health
What Do I Do if I Lost my Vaccine Card?
If you need a new vaccine card, you can request a replacement card through Summit County Public Health via their form here.