BLOOMINGTON (HOI) — Public health officials in McLean County are reporting 138 new COVID-19 cases as the rolling positivity rate has dipped slightly to 4.9% since Friday.
Monday’s report from the McLean County Health Department puts the total number of cases in the county at 15,838.
Currently, 39 county residents are at home in isolation and 514 individuals are at home in isolation. The MCHD is also reporting 15,077 individuals are considered to be recovered.
There have been 208 reported COVID-19-related deaths in McLean County since tracking began.
Approximately 77,966 vaccines have been administered, according to the MCHD.
McLean County vaccine update
The MCHD will open registration for COVID-19 vaccine clinics to all eligible residents in the 16+ population this week. New clinics for next week will open for registration Thursday, April 08 at 11:00 am. Although this week’s appointments are fully booked at this time, please check back periodically as cancellations can create new openings.
- Online registration is available on the MCHD website at https://health.mcleancountyil.gov/790/COVID-19-Vaccine
- For those will limited or no computer access, call the MCHD COVID Call Center at (309) 888-5600 Mon-Fri 9am-4pm.
- Please note that 16 and 17-year-olds can only get the Pfizer vaccine and minor residents must also be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian, or provide proof of emancipation, to receive a vaccine.
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