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COVID-19 pandemic officially declared over for Butler County.

See how the city managed to eliminate the dangerous virus in a matter of months.

Residents of Butler county no longer have to loom with the seemingly never-ending threat of COVID-19. As a near 95% of the population continually social distanced, wore masks, and remained clean, they managed to completely remove the virus altogether in a matter of months. As the County saw a peak of 442 cases, citizens took charge of the battle by following CDC guidelines and limiting social activities.

September 10th has been declared a holiday for Butler County, as it marks the day the pandemic was officially over. The following is a quote that accurately describes this entire situation by Abraham Lincoln; The best way to predict your future is to create it.

How your city could stop the spread of COVID-19 as well.

Some rules that the CDC states are that you should often wash your hands, avoid close contact, wear a mask, cover coughs and sneezes, clean and disinfect frequently touched surfaces, and monitor your health daily..