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Vermilion County Covid 19 update10/11/21

We are reporting 123 new cases (one resident in their 90s, three in their 80s, five in their 70s, twelve in their 60s, thirteen in their 50s, fifteen in their 40s, twenty-two in their 30s, ten in their 20s, twenty-two teens, fifteen grade-school-aged children, two pre-schoolers, and three infants), and 118 released, which brings us to a total of 13,413 positive cases.

We have lost a total of 191 Vermilion County residents to COVID-related deaths since this pandemic began.

There are currently 330 active COVID cases in the county. There are currently 18 Vermilion County residents hospitalized with COVID, one of whom is fully vaccinated.

We are aware of eleven Vermilion County residents who have become reinfected with COVID since June 1.

Of the 123 cases being reported today, eleven of them told us they have been fully vaccinated. As part of the interview process, our contact tracers ask each person who tested positive whether they are fully vaccinated against COVID-19.

Vaccinations save lives.

Please check our website,<>, for information about our upcoming COVID vaccination clinics. Our local hospitals (OSF, Carle, and the VA), pharmacies, Aunt Martha's, and some private providers are providing COVID vaccination clinics, as well.

You can also visit our COVID-19 page on our website,<>, for more information.

Flu Vaccine is finally in and here are the dates. Clinics will be Drive Thru here at the health department.
October 12th (Tuesday) 9:00-12:00
October 14th (Thursday) 9:00-12:00
October 15th (Friday) 1:00-4:00
October 16th (Saturday) 9:00-12:00
October 19th (Tuesday) 1:00-4:00
October 21st (Thursday) 9:00 - 12:00
October 23rd (Saturday) 9:00 - 12:00

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