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Global Statistics

All countries
136,003,010
Confirmed
Updated on April 10, 2021 10:15 pm
All countries
109,340,632
Recovered
Updated on April 10, 2021 10:15 pm
All countries
2,939,058
Deaths
Updated on April 10, 2021 10:15 pm
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Published on March 24 2021 5:02 pm


Last Updated on March 24 2021 5:02 pm


Written by Greg Sapp

 

The Effingham County Health Department has announced that it still has a large number of openings for its three upcoming first dose clinics. Moving forward the Health Department will be opening up its clinics to Illinois residents age 18 and over.

 

The Health Department currently has 3 first dose clinics open for appointments on Thursday, March 25, Friday, March 26 and Tuesday, March 30. The Tuesday clinic will have appointments available from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. to accommodate more workers.

 

Appointments can made online until midnight the day before the clinic, or the appointments are fully booked, whichever comes first. Details and links are available on the Health Department’s website www.effcohealth.org or on the department’s Facebook page.

 

To receive vaccine: Register for An Appointment – www.effcohealth.org; Download and print a copy of the ticket. (or save picture on phone); Bring this ticket to your appointment; Complete a Consent Form- available at www.effcohealth.org; Print, Complete (please use legal name) and Sign a Vaccine Consent Form; Review the Vaccine Fact Sheet

 

You will need to bring your completed consent form, your ticket, your current insurance card(s) plus photo I.D. to your appointment.

 

Computers, Wi-Fi plus printing facilities are available at the Effingham Public Library. The library has offered to print tickets for free.

 

For more information on Coronavirus, visit www.dph.illinois.gov/COVID-19 or www.effcohealth.org.





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