Health Department

Park County Coronavirus Response Website 

Press Release: Mask Q&A call-in for bars & restaurants

From: Park County Covid-19 Response Team

Date: Tuesday July 28, 2020

For more information, please contact the Park County Health Department at 222.4145


            Calling all Park County bar and restaurant owners, workers and patrons.

            Do you have questions about state and local facemask requirements?

            To help you navigate the latest information, the Park County Covid-19 Response Team will hold a call-in Q&A session on Thursday, July 30, at 10.30 a.m.

            “We know bar and restaurant owners, managers, employees and even customers have a lot of questions about wearing masks in these establishments,” Dr. Laurel Desnick, Park County health officer, said Tuesday. “We have posted a list of frequently asked questions on our website for everyone to see, print out, and share. And if anyone still has unanswered questions about the mask mandate, we want to help.”

            The Park County Coronavirus Response website is at: , .

            This call-in will be the first in a series of call-in Q&As planned for the coming weeks.

            Anyone asking a question, or contributing to an answer, is asked to please state their name and business name as soon as they enter the conversation. Also, if you cannot hear an answer or want something repeated, please ask.

            The call-in number is: 571.748.4021. The access code is 6681791#.

            Anyone else who is interested in the conversation is welcome to listen in.









The Park County Health Department promotes the health of individuals and families through disease surveillance, program development, and education.


Please call with questions or concerns! We want to hear from you and are here to help!

COVID-19 General Information Hotline: 406-222-4131

PC Health Department Services: 406-222-4145

Please contact our office, 406-222-4145 for the following services:

New Baby Home Visits

Diaper Depot


Water Testing

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