We are reporting 107 new cases today (three residents in their 80s, ten in their 70s, fourteen in their 60s, twenty in their 50s, sixteen in their 40s, eight in their 30s, fifteen in their 20s, ten teens, eight grade-school-aged children, two toddlers, and one infant), and 100 released, which brings us to a total of 7,030 positive cases -- 432 of which are active.
We are saddened to report three more COVID-related deaths -- two men in their 80s, and one in their 70s. Our thoughts and prayers go out to their families and friends. Since this pandemic began, we have lost 90 Vermilion County residents to COVID-related deaths.
There are currently 16 COVID-positive Vermilion County residents hospitalized.
We have received a total of 82,749 negative test results.
The Mobile COVID-Testing Team will return to the front parking lot of the health department tomorrow, Jan. 21.
So far in January, 1,800 doses of COVID vaccinations have been administered in Vermilion County. We have given 610 first doses of the vaccine. Our hospitals, VA Medical Center, and pharmacies have administered nearly 1,200 doses (about 1,100 first doses, and more than 100 second doses.)