Effingham, IL -(Effingham Radio)- Today the Effingham County Health Department announced three new positive cases of Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19). Positive case demographics are as follows:
|FRIDAY, MARCH 26, 2021|
For an updated breakdown of COVID-19 statistics in the state of Illinois, go here: https://www.effinghamradio.com/cdc-summary-of-the-covid-19-situation/
Illinois Region 6 rolling test positivity was 2.2% through March 23, while Effingham County was 3.3% for the same period.
With the recent increase in cases, the Effingham County Health Department would like to remind the community that it has opened up its COVID vaccine clinics to Illinois residents aged 18 and over. It has a first dose clinic coming up on Tuesday, March 30, from 11 to 6 that can be booked online. Go to www.effcohealth.org to find the appointment booking link.
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.
To see daily COVID statistics go to www.dph.illinois.gov/covid19/statistics.