COVID-19 (Coronavirus)

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» The City of Stillwater

The City of Stillwater is working closely with local health officials to receive the latest information about COVID-19 (coronavirus). For information, visit the local, state, and national health experts listed below.

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» Payne County Health Department

The Payne County Health Department is our local source for health-related information.

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» Oklahoma State Department of Health

The Oklahoma State Department of Health is our state authority when it comes to health-related concerns.

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» Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is the national authority for health-related concerns.

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» The City of Stillwater

The City of Stillwater is working closely with local health officials to receive the latest information about COVID-19 (coronavirus). For information, visit the local, state, and national health experts listed below.

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» Payne County Health Department

The Payne County Health Department is our local source for health-related information.

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» Oklahoma State Department of Health

The Oklahoma State Department of Health is our state authority when it comes to health-related concerns.

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» Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is the national authority for health-related concerns.

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    I have a question needing clarification for churches. The plan states that masks must be work while in the facility. on FAQ, the question was asked "when do I need to wear a mask? That answer stated that you needed a mask These items are copied from STillwater.org 1. Required Face Coverings 1Q1. When do I need a face covering? 1A1. All employees and residents are required to wear a face covering when they are unable to maintain 6 feet of distance from others while visiting any public business or venue in Stillwater. Acceptable face coverings include R95, P95, dust masks, procedural masks, cotton bandanas, neck gaiters, running buffs and some tightly woven scarves. Cloth face coverings fashioned from household items or made at home from common materials at low cost can be used as an additional, voluntary public health measure. Due to the difficulty of conducting and participating in church services while wearing a mask, is it not possible to wear the mask only when you cannot maintain the prescribed 6 ft. of distancing for example when entering the building and until in your seat. Please clarify this point in a public manner. Thank you

    gagenlu asked 24 days ago

    The new proclamation says everyone but the person performing the service should have on a mask and practice social distancing. Thank you.


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    Not so much a question but the manufacturing plants we have in Stillwater draw people from multiple surrounding counties with a high average age of employees. I hope you will consider asking these businesses to do the ethical thing to protect their employees and shut down for a couple weeks.

    Borenchris asked 2 months ago

    Manufacturing plants are to follow the Governor's emergency proclamations. Here is a link: http://stillwater.org/files/news-releases/covid-declarations/1921.pdf.pdf 

    I've also included a link to the CISA guidelines: https://www.cisa.gov/publication/guidance-essential-critical-infrastructure-workforce 

    Thank you for asking.

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    Is Oklahoma requiring privately owned labs to report testing and results?

    bubbleofearth asked 2 months ago

    Contact the Oklahoma State Department of Health at https://coronavirus.health.ok.gov/ or call 877.215.8336 or 2-1-1 for more information about all things related to testing.

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    I don't have a job right now my workplace has closed. My utility bill is coming up and I'm worried about making that payment on time. Are there any plans in place to waive late fees or give us extra time on those bills?

    tori914 asked 2 months ago

    Your utility bill will have to be paid, but City Council acting as the Stillwater Utilities Authority has waived late fees and will not shut off utilities for lack of payment. If you are unable to pay your bill, please contact Utility and Billing Services so a payment plan can be made on your account.

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    The Shelter-in-Place proclamation issued March 30 states (Section Three) that the March 16 and March 23 proclamations remain in full force unless they contradict the new order. The March 23 order permitted gatherings of 9 or fewer in Section Four and the website's FAQ No. 1 still allows for it, but the new proclamation does not explicitly allow for this. Can you clarify whether or not such small gatherings (for example, at private residences) are permissible in light of the mayor's most recent proclamation?

    obrian7 asked about 2 months ago

    Gatherings of 10 or more are still prohibited. Visit stillwater.org for updated.s