COVID-19 Auburn Area Response & Community Information

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During this time of uncertainty and unprecedented challenges for businesses, our communities and region, Auburn Area CONNECT hopes to serve as a trusted resource providing up-to-date information and access to community services and programs for support.

On this page, you will find links to information on local news and updates concerning the COVID-19 response, local businesses currently open and operating, essential services, business/employment financial assistance programs, and community organizations in need. This list will be updated as more information is received. If you have any information to add, please email [email protected].

 

AN IMPORTANT MESSAGE FROM MULTICARE:

If you have upper respiratory symptoms (cough, fever or shortness of breath) and believe you need to be evaluated for COVID-19, please CALL FIRST before visiting a hospital, clinic or urgent care center to determine if you need to visit a specific site for testing.

Feeling sick but not sure if you should go to the doctor?
Visit the MultiCare COVID-19 Resource Center and complete the online assessment to evaluate if you're at risk and what the appropriate next steps should be. MultiCare offers e-visits to anyone who has COVID-19 symptoms through MultiCare Virtual Care, where our providers will help you navigate to the next appropriate step.


IMPORTANT INFORMATION FROM FEMA

As local businesses and organizations look ahead to the planned reopening of our state, FEMA has released a "Pandemic Response: Exercise Starter Kit" to help organizations plan for resuming operations. The kit includes a fact sheet, sample slides, and a facilitator guide with suggested discussion questions that can be tailored to meet the needs of any organization or agency. CLICK HERE to access the Exercise Starter Kit.

  

Please Note: The Auburn Area CONNECT offices are currently CLOSED. If you are in need of information or assistance, please call 253-833-0700.