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Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19)

El Paso County Public Health is working closely with local, state and national partners to continuously monitor the rapidly evolving situation with COVID-19 and provide frequent updates.

Learn more about 2019 novel coronavirus (COVID-19).

Public Health Wildfire Information


Returning to your home or neighborhood after a fire (contact your insurance provider before doing any cleanup efforts): 

Video: How to make a temporary cover for well heads damaged by fire

Water Safety


Air Quality

Air Quality

Monitor your local air quality, and if needed, take precautionary steps. If you can see or smell smoke, reduce your exposure by doing indoors. People should reduce or limit strenuous outdoor activity if smoke has reached levels that are unhealthy. The Colorado Department of Health and Environment's air quality index reports the daily level of air pollution on an hourly basis.

Related Info

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You can click on these links to view official news feeds on Twitter: @EPCPublicHealth@EPCSheriff and @EPCPIO.

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