Latest COVID-19 Statistics for McDonough and Schuyler Counties

The McDonough and Schuyler County Health Departments will continue to host walk-in clinics for COVID-19 vaccinations. No appointment is necessary for these clinics that offer all 3 vaccines and boosters to those 12 and older.

McDonough and Schuyler Case Updates 12/1/21

McDonough County Health Department is reporting 9 new cases since the update on 11/30/21.

Schuyler County Health Department is reporting NO new cases since the update on 11/30/21.

Contact tracing investigation is being conducted to follow up with close contacts and advise of potential exposure and steps they will need to take to monitor their health as well as any quarantine instructions. By tracing contacts, the individual had prior to the diagnosis, risk of additional transmission is reduced. The McDonough and Schuyler County Health Departments urge anyone who has been exposed to someone with COVID to follow the CDC’s recommendations for testing. Unvaccinated individuals should test immediately upon notification that they have been exposed and again 5-7 days after the last exposure, if the original test is negative. Vaccinated individuals should test immediately if they develop symptoms. Vaccinated individuals should test 5-7 days safter the last exposure even if they have no symptoms.

McDonough and Schuyler Vaccinations Updates 12/1/21

•29,304 doses of COVID-19 vaccine have been administered in McDonough County.

13,083 McDonough County residents are considered fully vaccinated.

4,019 booster doses have been administered in McDonough County.

• 6,890 doses of COVID-19 vaccine have been administered in Schuyler County.

3,120 Schuyler County residents are considered fully vaccinated.

836 booster doses have been administered in Schuyler County.

Vaccine data source: IDPH

Data is provisional and will change. Data source: Illinois National Electronic Disease Surveillance System:

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