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COVID-19 QUESTIONS & INFO


The City of Blytheville is making efforts to provide services to our community during this time concerning the COVID-19 virus to keep you safe. If you have a question or concern, comment that below this blog and receive a response from us as soon as possible! Here we will post updates and provide help however we can. For emergencies call Blytheville Police Department at 870-763-4411.

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Mar 16

Ross Thompson Chief of Police

Posted on March 16, 2020 at 6:10 PM by Ross Thompson

The City of Blytheville has established this blog to help answer your questions and provide you with local information concerning the Coronavirus public health emergency. 

A local Hotline is being established and will be available Tuesday March 17th 2020 to help answer your questions and hear you concerns.  

Comments

Ross Thompson
March 17, 2020 at 10:06 AM
We had a question about the use of the word "quarantine".... Staying home to avoid getting sick is not the same as being "quarantined". If you are feeling sick you can call health professionals who will ask you about your symptoms. Based you your symptoms they may suspect you have the coronavirus. If they believe you do they will give you advice such as possibly "Self Quarantine" If you are standing around talking to people and say "my daughter has been quarantined" because you told her not to leave the house, you will scare people.
Ross Thompson
March 17, 2020 at 11:58 AM
We are live on the NEA Town Courier FB page with Nurse Jennifer Adcock with our local hospital. Log on here's a professional that can answer your local questions
Ross Thompson
March 22, 2020 at 4:05 PM
The City Hotline 870-824-2762 is still active. If nobody is available to take your call they will call back based on your caller ID. This is not an emergency number.
Keba Fragrance Oils
April 2, 2020 at 3:38 PM
I just read on FB someone in Blytheville have CV-19

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