More Bad News for Mono County | Officially on State’s Monitoring List

Due to Sharp Increase in Positive COVID-19 Cases, Additional Restrictions to be Placed on Indoor Activities Affecting Businesses, Religious Services, Schools, and Museums.

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6 Responses to More Bad News for Mono County | Officially on State’s Monitoring List

  1. Harold July 24, 2020 at 5:20 pm #

    I think it’s disgusting. Driving down 203 is like driving down Sepulveda. Seems most campsites have at minimum double the allowed campers. Mayhem.

  2. blob July 24, 2020 at 12:24 pm #

    Interesting discussions today with someone who works in Mammoth. I understand there were 21 positive tests from just one restaurant.

  3. Dallas Veitch July 24, 2020 at 9:46 am #

    It’s been interesting to visit the Bay Area, which is like another country in terms of attitudes to safety. Everyone is very conscientious – some perhaps over the top (wearing N95 masks alone in their car) – but I do feel far safer here than in a Mammoth inundated with mostly the SoCal crowd with a far more loosey-goosey attitude. Little wonder SoCal is getting hit much harder than NorCal and that this is being reflected in Mono County.

  4. Good bye July 23, 2020 at 5:12 pm #

    Go county supes good thing your getting your tax revenue. Makes you wonder what made them shut down all tourist sites recently when things weren’t that bad and yet they sit and watch tourists flock in, unwilling to wear masks or abide by rules or regs, with idle hands.

  5. Mono Person July 23, 2020 at 5:03 pm #

    Keep on testing, Mammoth…. almost all cases are from Mammoth

    • Charles O. Jones July 23, 2020 at 6:53 pm #

      Weren’t you complaining about the restrictions last month? Well some of the restrictions were lifted, and shortly after the cases have skyrocketed.

      On July 2, Mono County had 40 cumulative cases going all the way back to March 20. As of this afternoon they now have 102 cumulative cases. 40 cases in three and a half months. Now 62 new cases in just three weeks. All on the tails of opening up to visitors, which you were promoting if I remember correctly.

      And please don’t pretend you live in some imaginary protective bubble just because you’re not in Mammoth. If you’re accommodating visitors, you’re area is at risk just like anywhere else that’s accommodating visitors.


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