HANCOCK COUNTY REPORTS EIGHT COVID-19 CASES SINCE MARCH 29, 2021
Carthage, IL – April 4, 2021 – The Hancock County Health Department and Memorial Hospital report eight laboratory-confirmed positive COVID-19 cases since March 29, 2021. Cases include one male in his 70,s, one male in his 20’s, one male in his teens and two males under 10 years old. In addition, female cases include, one female in her 70’s, and one female in her 40’s. There have been a total of one-thousand-seven-hundred-
If you are experiencing symptoms and would like to get tested you can contact 217-357-0617. Remember, stay home when ill, wash hands often, clean and disinfect highly touched surfaces and wear a face covering when 6 ft. distancing cannot be maintained. Check-out Memorial Hospital and Hancock County Health Department’s Covid-19 case updates at https://www.mhtlc.org/news-
As of today,April 4, 2021, 3,944 people or 22.10% of the population in Hancock County have been fully vaccinated. Thus far, 8,235 vaccines have been administered. The Hancock County Health Department, Memorial Hospital, HyVee Pharmacy in Hamilton and the Adams County Health Department are currently offering COVID-19 vaccinations to those currently eligible. For more information you may visit any of these websites or Facebook pages.