JASPER — With 148 new COVID-19 cases reported Friday on top of 98 reported late Thursday, Dubois County’s positivity rate is at 25.4% among all tests and 37.5% among people tested for the first time.
People looking for health insurance in the grip of the omicron surge have through Saturday to sign up for taxpayer-subsidized private coverage under the Obama-era Affordable Care Act.
JASPER — After a near-record for single-day COVID-19 cases reported in Dubois County, Indiana Department of Health reported a global technical issue caused delays in the daily updates.
JASPER — Dubois County Health Department plans another special evening clinic at the health department office, 1187 South Charles Street, Jasper, from 3:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 19 to accommodate anyone wanting COVID-19 vaccine after normal business hours. No appointment is needed.
JASPER — Fifty-two new COVID-19 cases were reported in Dubois County as of midnight Sunday, bringing the total number of cases in the county to 10,029, including 151 deaths among 29,622 people tested over the course of the pandemic.
JASPER — Eighty-seven new COVID-19 cases, including one additional death were reported in Dubois County Thursday, according to the Indiana State Department of Health’s website, bringing the total number of new cases in the county since Monday to 201.
The CDC has issued updated COVID-19 booster eligibility guidance to include anyone age 16 and older. Based upon those recommendations, the Indiana Department of Health supports the administration of booster doses to individuals who attest to meeting CDC guidelines as outlined below:
Due to unforeseen circumstances, the Dubois County Regional COVID Testing Site no longer has the Rapid COVID-19 tests available, Dubois County Health Department officials reported Monday.