We are reporting 93 new cases today (one resident in their 90s, five in their 80s, ten in their 70s, ten in their 60s, twelve in their 50s, fourteen in their 40s, fourteen in their 30s, thirteen in their 20s, eight teens, and six grade-school-aged children), and 87 released, which brings us to a total of 6,314 positive cases -- 607 of which are active.
We are saddened to report another COVID-related death -- a man in his 40s. Our thoughts and prayers go out to his family and friends. We have lost 80 Vermilion County residents to COVID-related deaths since this pandemic began.
There are currently 41 COVID-positive Vermilion County residents hospitalized.
We have received a total of 74,449 negative test results.
We held our second COVID-vaccination clinics for healthcare workers today, and vaccinated another 120 people. The appointment book for tomorrow is nearly full.
The Mobile COVID-Testing Team will be back here on Jan. 11, 16,18 & 21.