Author: RCHO Staff

If you test positive for Covid. You will receive a text with the following information from the State of Illinois Surge Center.All positive cases entered into the State’s data systems associated with a cell phone number will receive an automated text message from IDPH. The initial outgoing text will read: IDPH COVID: There is important […]

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What should I do if I’m exposed to COVID-19?

What should I do if I’m exposed to COVID-19? The CDC recommends that anyone who comes into close contact with someone who has COVID-19 should get tested five days after exposure, or sooner if you develop symptoms. The CDC also recommends different courses of action after exposure, depending on vaccination status and timeline:If you are […]

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I tested positive for COVID-19. Now what?

I tested positive for COVID-19. Now what? The latest guidance from the CDC recommends that people who test positive for COVID-19 should stay home and isolate alone and away from others for at least five days after testing positive, reduced from a 10-day isolation. If you do not have symptoms five days after your positive […]

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Richland County Covid update January 10, 2022

Richland County received notification of 214 new cases of Covid-19 since last Monday. We have 3 residents currently hospitalized.New Cases include0 to 5=126 to 10 = 711 to 15 = 1016 to 19 = 1920s = 5230s = 3440s = 3350s = 2660s = 1670s = 380s = 290s = 0100 = 0

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Covid Vaccines and Booster Information

Covid Vaccine and Booster information for the month of January!!! This will be for all three brands of Covid vaccines — Moderna, Pfizer & Johnson & Johnson. Starting Wednesday, January 12, 2022, we will be doing Covid 1st, 2nd, and Booster doses every Wednesdays in January from 8-10am & 3-5 pm as a walk in. […]

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Richland County Covid update January 3, 2022

Richland County received notification of 69 new cases of Covid-19 since December 28. We have 2 residents currently hospitalized. We are saddened to report the death of an individual in their 70s. Please keep their family and friends in your thoughts and prayers.New Cases include0 to 5=56 to 10 = 611 to 15 = 116 […]

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Covid Vaccine information for the month of January 2022.

—Just a reminder for Covid vaccines for the month of January— Covid Vaccine and Covid Booster information for the month of January!!! We will be doing Covid vaccines 1st & 2nd doses on today Monday January 3, 2022 from 4-6pm as a walk-in clinic. No appointment needed for this date. Covid Boosters will be offered […]

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Richland County Covid Update December 20, 2021

Richland County received notification of 76 new cases of Covid-19 since last Monday. We have 3 residents currently hospitalized.New Cases include:0 to 5= 46 to 10 = 711 to 15 = 416 to 19 = 320s = 830s = 1040s = 1050s = 1160s = 1070s = 880s = 190s = 0100 = 0

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Richland County Covid update December 13, 2021

Richland County received notification of 92 new cases of Covid-19 since last Monday. We have 1 resident currently hospitalized. We are sadden to report the death of an individual in their 70s. Please keep their friends and family in your thoughts and prayers.New Cases include:0 to 5=56 to 10 = 311 to 15 = 516 […]

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Richland County Covid update December 6, 2021

Richland County received notification of 114 new cases of Covid-19 since last Monday. We have 3 residents currently hospitalized. We are sadden to report the deaths of 3 individuals, two in their 60s and one in their 70s. Please keep their friends and families in your thoughts and prayers. New Cases include0 to 5=76 to […]

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