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Area counties continue to see additional cases of COVID-19

The Daviess County Health Department reports a total of 79 COVID-19 cases for the county, which is an increase of 23 since Thursday, September 10th. Fifty-seven of the cases are active, and 21 have recovered. There has been one COVID-19-related death reported for Daviess County. The Caldwell County Health Department announces 81 total cases of […]

North Central Missouri Mental Health Center

Counselors available for support during pandemic through North Central Missouri Mental Health Center

The North Central Missouri Mental Health Center has COVID-19 counselors available to provide support and resources to anyone struggling with the pandemic. Free services include individual and group counseling, development, presentation, and distribution of educational materials, community networking and support, and assessments, referrals, and resource. Ask for a crisis counselor by contacting the North Central […]

Coronavirus Update

Grundy, Livingston and Harrison counties continue to see increase in COVID-19 cases

The Grundy County Health Department announces three new COVID-19 cases, bringing the total to 166. One hundred thirty-nine have been confirmed, and 27 are probable. Forty-eight cases are active. Two COVID-19-related deaths have been reported in Grundy County. The Livingston County Health Center reports it received notification of eight additional cases of positive COVID-19, which […]

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Grundy County Health Department reports second death related to COVID-19

The Grundy County Health Department reports the death of a second resident due to COVID-19. No other information was provided about the death. The health department’s report for Tuesday, September 15th indicates a total of 163 COVID-19 cases in Grundy County, which is an increase of five since Monday, September 14th. One hundred thirty-six have […]

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Livingston County Health Center announces Curbside Family Flu Shot Clinics

Livingston County Health Center has announced two upcoming opportunities for county residents to receive their vaccination for influenza for the 2020-2021 flu season. Curbside Family Flu Shot Clinics will be held on Wednesday, September 23rd, and Monday, September 28th from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. in their parking lot at 800 Adam Drive. County residents […]

Senator Roy Blunt of Missouri

$6 million in grant funding awarded to 13 Missouri health centers impacted by severe weather in 2019

U.S. Senator Roy Blunt, Chairman of the Senate Appropriations Subcommittee on Labor, Health, Education, and Related Agencies (Labor/HHS), welcomed the Department of Health and Human Services’ announcement that 13 Missouri health centers impacted by severe weather in 2019 will receive a total of nearly $6 million in grant funding. The Capital Assistance for Disaster Response […]

Livingston County Health Center

Livingston County Health Center offering limited COVID-19 testing

Livingston County Health Center announces the availability of nasal pharyngeal COVID-19 testing at no out of pocket cost for county residents who meet specific criteria. Those who would like to pursue this testing must have symptoms and be unable to access a test through their insurance, or without insurance. If a person is sick and […]

Coronavirus

Daviess, Linn and Livingston counties continue to see increases in COVID-19 cases

The Daviess County Health Department reports a total of 13 new cases of COVID-19 in the county this week, bringing the total to 37. Two cases have recovered this week, and the total number of recovered cases is 18. Nineteen Daviess County cases are active. The Linn County Health Department announces 91 total cases of […]

Grand River Multipurpose Center

Potential exposure of COVID-19 at Grand River Multipurpose Center Dance

The Livingston County Health Center is informing the public of potential exposure to a positive case of COVID-19 at the Friday night dance held from 7-10 p.m. at Grand River Multipurpose Center. Those attending should monitor themselves for symptoms of the virus for the next 14 days. Those reported as close contacts of the positive […]