Crow Wing County Board Discusses Concerning COVID Numbers in November 10 Meeting
The Crow Wing County Board met for a regular meeting on Tuesday, November 10. The highlight of the meeting was a discussion led by county administrator Tim Houle, who cautioned those present about the highly alarming numbers coming in on COVID-19 cases in the region.
Houle first brought up some of the latest statistics and why they should be cause for concern.
Commissioner Doug Houge inquired about the county’s backup plans, and Houle mentioned that there are plans in place for “surge capacity,” though he stressed that this is not something to be heavily relied upon.
Houle finished by encouraging residents of Crow Wing County to adhere to safety protocols and further explained why these numbers and circumstances should be taken seriously.
The Crow Wing County Board will hold its next regular meeting on November 24. The full meeting from November 10 can be viewed here.