CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC

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COVID: CURRENT SITUATION

Novel Coronavirus

Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) has impacted every conceivable aspect of the life, leaving an incomprehensive amount of destruction behind. As we’ve navigated the challenges and impacts, many changes have been implemented in order to provide an increased level of safety for the employees and representatives of this Agency. As we move forward we expect renewed government-imposed restrictions, an increase in cases, and likely new strains.

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Coronavirus (COVID-19) Updates

AGENCY SNAPSHOT

REALTIME STATUS

Operational Status
Current Status: Good 88%
Readiness Status
Current Status: Good 92%
Personnel & Staffing Status
Current Status: Fair 76%
Cache & Supply Status
Current Status: Unfavorable 70%

In order to maintain transparency, Agency officials have began publishing Realtime Status and condition data; indicating current or future impacts upon clients, partners, stakeholders, communities, and others.

COVID-19: RESOURCES AND INFORMATION

NO NEED FOR PANIC

In order to better inform Agency partners, clients, stakeholders, and our communities; and, in an effort to better assist the public seeking information,  Tri State Enforcement Regional Authority (TSE) has created this page. The intent of this page is to provide and share a variety of helpful information and resources from not only this Agency, but external sources as well. All external links and information was independently verified by Agency administrators at the time of publishing. This page should serve to share organized information and resources as it pertains to the current status of the coronavirus pandemic (COVID-19) and its impact within the United States, and serve as an organized central repository for a wide variety of information relating to COVID-19.

INTERNAL UPDATES & INFORMATION

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APR 01, 2020

COVID-19: Agency Update

First master distribution update relating to COVID-19. Includes most initial findings and actions.

MAY 14, 2020

COVID-19: Agency Update

Second master distribution update, includes information regarding service disruptions.

JUL 28, 2020

COVID-19: Agency Update

Third master distribution update, includes operations updates, and testing information.

SEP 30, 2020

COVID-19: Agency Update

Forth master distribution update, includes fall and winter 2020 impact estimates.

DEC 18, 2020

COVID-19: Agency Update

Fifth master distribution update, includes operations updates, and transition information.

MAY 28, 2021

COVID-19: Agency Update

Sixth master distribution update, likely the final periodic master distribution update.

EXTERNAL UPDATES & INFORMATION

MAR 16, 2020

CDC Publication

One of the first law enforcement specific publications regarding COVID-19 precautions.

JUN 27, 2020

CDC Publication

Whether COVID-19, or other infectious disease, proper cleaning is essential to stop the spread.

JUL 29, 2020

CDC Publication

Know the symptoms of COVID, which can range from asymptomatic to severe illness.

AUG 10, 2020

CDC Publication

Who is most at risk for COVID-19? Explore the latest hospitalization and death data by age.

COVID-19 Resources: By State

The following external links (below) will direct you to the state level authority responsible for COVID-19 information, operations, assistance, and management. External links are provided as a courtesy. TSE has no control over the information or content provided by any third party.

COVID-19 Resources: By District / Territory

The following external links (below) will direct you to the district or territory level authority responsible for COVID-19 information, operations, assistance, and management. External links are provided as a courtesy. TSE has no control over the information or content provided by any third party.

LET'S BE HONEST

THIS HAS BEEN SCREWED UP AWFUL SCARY CONFUSING FRUSTRATING DEPRESSING

For virtually everyone on the planet, COVID-19 has significantly changed many things that most of us thought of as “normal”. We found ourselves in a new world, where many things are still difficult to understand. Throughout this event, many have found themselves feeling scared, depressed, and alone. However, nobody is alone in this. We’re all in this together.

While many states and municipalities are still enforcing a variety of COVID-19 restrictions despite the unintended consequences; we’re all anxious to get back to ‘normal’. Until then, pick up your phone or tablet, or get on your computer, and communicate with friends and family to help maintain mental wellness. If your feeling especially down, there are a variety of absolutely free resources available to help through the darkest of times.

Nationwide Help-Line

Call NAMI

Suicide Prevention

Call NSPL

Crisis Text-Line

Text HOME

Veterans Crisis-Line

Text HELP

We're All In This Together.
Together, We'll Get Through It.