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Wagner: Citizens’ Vigilance Helping Monroe County Cope Better Than Most With Virus

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County Health Director  John Wagner discusses COVID-19 with county commissioners. The meeting took place in mid-March before the Stay At Home order.
County Health Director John Wagner discusses COVID-19 with county commissioners. The meeting took place in mid-March before the Stay At Home order.

By Joe Leicht Old-fashioned common sense - that Monroe Countians seem to have in abundance - has been a key factor in minimizing covid-19's effect locally, Health Director John Wagner told the county board on April 6. The meeting - the first of its kind for the county, convened electronically via the Go To Meeting digital …

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