Pierce County COVID-19 Incident Response Team is a group of local officials, responders and healthcare workers that are working to identify current needs in the community and are eagerly searching for solutions that fit theose needs.
Limit groups to no more than 10
Stay at least 6 feet apart from others
Stay home if you are sick or have been exposed
Wash or sanitize hands frequently
Clean frequently used surfaces often
All individuals traveling back to North Dakota from international locations and states in the U.S. that have been classified as having widespread disease by the CDC (list below) must quarantine immediately upon reentry to the state of North Dakota and for a period of 14 days.
Essential critical infrastructure workers, as defined by the United States Department of Homeland Security, are exempt from this order.
Affected individuals are encouraged to fill out the travel form to receive information on how to monitor for symptoms. If you have symptoms and wish to seek medical care, please call before you go in.
Check with local grocery stores, pharmacies, Post Offices and other businesses to see if they would be willing to assist you with your quarantine by delivering items to you!
Click below to find out more!
Click here to be directed to the North Dakota Department of Health for current and upto date information regarding COVID-19
NDDoH health hotline at 1-866-207-2880
Everyday 7 a.m. to 10 p.m
Click here for Heart of America's guidance on what to do if you need medical attention during the pandemic
For patients experiencing COVID-19 like symptoms call the HAMC Hotline
701.776.5455 Ext. 2268
Click here if you are currently enrolled in any Social Service Program or are newly looking at applying for Social Service Programs
Click here if you are needing food or meal assistance and you are currently social distancing due to exposure or high-risk factors
Click here if you are an Employer, Employee or Business Owner looking for Assitance to be directed to the Rugby JDA Website.