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Richardson County Sheriff concerned about Fair events
09/18/2020

(KLZA)--The Richardson County Health Board met via ZOOM this week to update the situation with COVID-19 in Richardson County. 

Dr. Alan Tramp said that the number of COVID-19 cases have increased in Falls City in recent weeks and  he asked Sheriff Rick Hardesty, Chairman of the Health Board if he was concerned about the Richardson County Fair events going on Saturday in Humboldt.   

Sheriff Hardesty said he is concerned anytime there is an event that brings people from outside of Richardson County, into the County for events.  He said he is pleased the organizers of the events are encouraging those attending to wear masks. 

Events begin Saturday morning and continue through the day and evening in Humboldt.  

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