Coronavirus (COVID-19) in Elkins

The City of Elkins is no longer under a state of emergency in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Unvaccinated persons should continue to wear masks and social distance around persons from other households. Vaccines are available at no cost from local pharmacies and the Randolph-Elkins Health Department.

How You Can Reduce the Spread of COVID-19 in Elkins

  • Pay utility bills by mail, phone, online, or by using the drop box behind city hall
  • If unvaccinated, maintain a six-foot distance from people outside your household
  • If unvaccinated, wear a mask inside stores and wherever distancing is difficult

Other Local Agencies

City officials are in touch with the Randolph County Health Department (RCHD), the Randolph County Division of Homeland Security and Emergency Management (formerly RC OEM), Davis Medical System, Randolph County Board of Education (RC BOE), and others as we track this fluid situation. We will continue to consult with these and state authorities as this situation evolves.

How to Stay Up to Date

General Information and Guidance

To accurately assess risk and make the best possible preparations, it is important to rely on scientific, evidence-based information from public health authorities.

Don’t rely on media reports or pay attention to rumors on social media; instead, go right to the source.

The most authoritative sources of information about COVID-19 are:

Here are some additional local resources:


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