Randolph EMA asking County Residents to Self-Report Their Status

During this pandemic health crisis, the Randolph County Homeland Security and Emergency Management Agency is looking for any means to assist our local first responders to respond to your call for help. It is everyone's responsibility to do their part to protect their community. We are asking everyone to self-report their status to help local first responders better track COVID-19 and high-risk residents.

Your health information is entered into a secure, HIPPA-compliant website by you. Registered public safety responders can only see the information you enter, and cannot edit your information in any manner. So click the link to self-report your status with local first reponders. Thank you for joining us and Emergency Services personnel around the United States in the fight against COVID-19. #SelfReport