A State of Emergency was declared this afternoon by Rebecca J. Ryan, Chairwoman of the
Wyoming County Board of Supervisors, due to the ongoing Coronavirus-19 (COVID -19)
“There has been an increase in confirmed COVID-19 cases in residents throughout the county,
placing significant strains on the Wyoming County Community Health System,” stated Rebecca
Ryan, Chairwoman of the Wyoming County Board of Supervisors. “The purpose of this State of
Emergency is to assist in the procurement of goods and services and to render all required and
available assistance to the Wyoming County Community Health System, County Health
Department, municipalities and school districts that is vital to the security, well-being, and health
and safety of the citizens of Wyoming County.”
The State of Emergency became effective at 2:41 PM, December 1, 2021, and will remain in
effect for a period not to exceed thirty days, or until rescinded whichever occurs first. It may be
extended for additional periods not to exceed thirty days.
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