The Claremont Board of Directors and the Emergency Preparedness Network has been reaching out to ALL residents as every day brings new developments related to the virus. Please take note of the latest updated information captured in YELLOW below.

On December 6 Claremont Emergency Preparedness was notified that we had our first COVID case in early November.     The case was validated via testing.  The resident followed all CDC guidelines to include self-quarantine; this quarantine period has ended. Thankfully her symptoms were mild; she and her husband are safe.    

Fundamentally there are four reasons to SELF-QUARANTINE: You or a family member have 1) been diagnosed as having the coronavirus; 2) coronavirus symptoms; 3) been exposed to someone with the coronavirus; or 4) pre-existing medical conditions that put you at a higher risk of recovery. Returning from extended travel doesn't warrant self-quarantine.

Claremont's Self-Quarantine Steps to include reporting follow:

  1. Stay Home!
  2. Contact your Neighborhood Buddy. Let them know your status and if you need any help to include getting prescriptions, medications, or groceries.
  3. Contact your Zone Leader or Regional Coordinator (phone numbers below). Let them know your situation to include if you need any help beyond what your Neighborhood Buddy is providing. Your status is treated as close hold, provided only to your Zone Leader, Regional Coordinator, Emergency Prep Chairpersons, and the Claremont Administrator.
  4. Display the Claremont Quarantine Banner.
    • Obtain a Claremont Quarantine Banner-click here to download or obtain one from your Zone Leader or Regional Coordinator.
    • Add Your Information to the Banner Information; this information includes your Neighborhood Buddy.
    • Display it in your front window or door.    
    • Obviously the banner is designed to warn visitors and let your neighbors know that you are getting help.  
  5. Your Self-Quarantine should last 10 days.
  6. If you have continuing symptoms, remain in contact with your medial advisor.  This is key should your symptoms elevate, and medical attention may be needed.    
George Heyworth
503 516 8313
Bob Stahl
503 887 3071
Region A
Zones 1-5, 21
Fred Barden
503 629 9605
Region B
Zones 6-10
Frank Carroll
503 629 9562
Region C
Zones 11-15
Jan Monaco
503 703 8701
Region D
Zones 16-20
Jack Malloy
503 799 2164
Regions E
Zones 22-27
Bob Hall
703 201 4122
Region F
Zones 28-32
Donna Weekley
541 639 1072

Our Coronavirus Get Ready Program supplements recommendations provided by the CDC and government health agencies.    While every effort has been made to ensure that it is as accurate as possible, there may be mistakes, either typographical or in content. Therefore, our Claremont Coronavirus Get Ready program should be  used as a general guide only, and not as an ultimate source.  If any of the information or procedures in this book conflict with statements made in the CDC or government health agencies,  the user should follow what is being provided by those organizations.  Procedures and information are subject to change without notice. The author, editors, and distributors shall not be held liable, nor be responsible to any person or entity with respect to any loss or damage caused, or alleged to be caused, directly or indirectly by the information contained in this document and our website.

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