MCLEAN COUNTY (WEEK) -- The McLean County Health Department on Monday is reporting 62 new COVID-19 cases over the weekend, bringing the county's total to 14,382.
The rolling positivity rate for McLean County is being reported at 2.8% and more than 27,700 vaccines have been administered.
As of Monday morning, 21 county residents are reportedly hospitalized due to COVID-19 and 195 individuals are at home in isolation. The MCHD is also reporting 14,382 individuals are considered to be recovered.
Hospitals in the county are reporting 77% of ICU beds and 88% of all beds are currently in use.
There have been 170 reported COVID-19-related deaths in McLean County since tracking began.
McLean County vaccine update
The McLean County Health Department and Carle BroMenn Medical Center have four second-dose COVID-19 vaccine clinics scheduled for next week. Currently none of these clinics have been canceled. However, McLean County Health Department is still awaiting delivery of COVID-19 vaccine delayed due to winter weather last week. If any of these clinics need to be canceled, scheduled participants will be notified. Any changes in scheduling will be announced on the MCHD website and Facebook page, as well as through the local media.
Individuals who were scheduled for the second-dose clinic at Grossinger Motors Arena on Friday, February 19 will be contacted to reschedule their appointment via the email used to schedule their first-dose. If their first-dose appointment was scheduled using the Health Department’s call center, they will be contacted via the call center to reschedule when vaccine is received.
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