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COVID-19 cases increase by 10 overall in Putnam, Sullivan and Mercer counties

The Putnam County Health Department reports five new individuals tested positive for COVID-19 for a total of 387. Fourteen cases are being actively monitored by public health. There have been nine COVID-19-related deaths. The Putnam County Health Department announces it has been approved to order and administer the vaccine once it is available. It is […]

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COVID-19 Update: 13 new cases in Grundy County, 12 in Linn County, 9 in Livingston County, 6 in Putnam County and 3 in Mercer County3

Thirteen COVID-19 cases were added to the total for Grundy County on December 2nd. The health department reports the total is 684. Five hundred one of those cases have been confirmed, and 101 are active. Twenty-one COVID-19-related deaths have been reported for Grundy County. COVID-19 cases increased by 12 in Linn County on December 2nd, […]

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Mercer County reports first COVID-19 related death, two new cases, Two new cases in Daviess County and 27 new cases in Putnam County

The Mercer County Health Department announces the county’s first COVID-19-related death. Two confirmed cases were added since November 24th, which brings the total to 81. Probable cases remain at 42. There are 17 active cases. Two COVID-19-related deaths have been added in Daviess County since Friday, which the health department notes brings the total to […]

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Grundy County reports COVID-19 related death; Princeton School District to use website to report COVID related cases

The Grundy County Health Department announces another COVID-19-related death, bringing the total to 17. Twenty-five new COVID-19 cases were added November 2nd through 4th for a total of 388. Ten of the cases were added on November 4th. Two hundred ninety cases have been confirmed, and 98 are probable. Forty-eight are active. The Princeton R-5 […]

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Princeton High School staff member tests positive for COVID-19; high school student is probable case

Princeton R-5 Superintendent Jerry Girdner reports classes will continue as scheduled November 4th after the district learned on Tuesday evening, November 3rd of a high school staff member testing positive for COVID-19. A high school student is also considered to be a probable case. Those are the fifth and sixth positive cases Girdner is aware of […]

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Staff member in Princeton School District tests positive for COVID-19

Classes are being held as scheduled on Tuesday in the Princeton R-5 School District after officials learned on Monday that an elementary staff member tested positive for COVID-19. Superintendent Jerry Girdner Monday night reported this is the fourth positive case that the school is aware of, noting three previous COVID-19 cases have seen a full […]

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Harrison County officials release joint statement on COVID-19

Harrison County Health Department Administrator Courtney Cross, Harrison County Community Hospital Chief Executive Officer Tina Gillespie, Bethany Mayor Jonne Slemmons, and Harrison County Presiding Commissioner Jack Hodge have provided a joint statement regarding COVID-19. They report 106 school individuals have had to isolate or quarantine since Harrison County schools reopened for the academic year. Two […]

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COVID-19 cases decline in Grundy County, increase in Livingston, Caldwell and Mercer counties

The Grundy County Health Department reports the active count of COVID-19 went down for the county Friday, September 18th, as more cases were released from isolation than were added as new. There are 52 active cases. The overall total is 181, which is an increase of four. One hundred fifty-two of the total cases have […]

Mercer County Health Department to hold flu shot clinics

The Mercer County Health Department in Princeton will hold flu shot clinics, by appointment, on September 21st and 28th from 2 to 4 o’clock. Participants are asked to arrive at their appointment times and stay inside their vehicles. Health department staff will bring shots to participants, so COVID-19 precautions can be maintained. It will also […]