Updated June 11, 2021 

COVID19 VACCINE UPDATE: The Madison County Health Department is now taking walk-ins for the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine, Monday-Friday from 8am-11:30am and 1pm-4pm.  We will be unable to provide the COVID vaccine if we do not have two nurses available.  We apologize for this inconvenience in advance. Anyone 18 and up qualifies in Missouri for the Moderna immunization.

If your organization, church, or workplace would be interested in COVID-19 vaccine clinic please call us at 573-783-2747 x307. 

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To Date: Thursday, July 29, 2021 9:00 AM

1,640 Total Cases for Madison County, MO

10-New Positive Cases

1,445-Confirmed

**195-Probable Cases

34-Active Cases

1606-Released from Isolation

210-Long Term/Residential Facility

*101-Total Hospitalizations

38-Death

*The hospitalizations are a cumulative number for the period of the outbreak. As we interview individuals to take them out of isolation we are finding out that they have had hospitalizations since their initial interview.

**Due to the availability of Rapid PCR testing, we are now receiving reports of Rapid Antigen testing. PCR testing is the preferred method for testing of COVID-19. The antigen test is an acceptable method of testing, but is not sensitive enough to detect small amounts of the virus. Therefore the negative test has the potential to be a false negative, due to the individual not having a high enough viral load. Therefore, the CDC requires us to report these cases as probable and not positive. Probable cases are cumulative and are included in the daily increase.

***Madison County Health Department ONLY counts lab tested positive cases. If there is a person or persons living in a home with another lab confirmed positive case they are not counted as a positive case unless we receive a positive lab result for that individual(s).

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State & County Vaccine Doses Given

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LOCAL COVID-19 TESTING SITES

-Madison Medical Center-573-783-3341(Hospital)

Please call your Primary Care Physician or call ahead to the Convenient Care 

 if you have been exposed and/or are sick and need a COVID19 test,

call 573-783-4111 option 7 or 8 or Call your Primary Care Physician.

Currently testing 1:00 PM to 3:00 PM Monday-Friday

 

-Beyers Medical-573-783-8875 Must have an appointment

-Walgreens-Farmington 573-756-6421

Go to link to see locations and set up time to get tested https://www.walgreens.com/findcare/covid19/testing?ban=covid_vanity_testing

 

-CVS-Farmington 573-701-0639  Ironton-573-546-0421

https://www.cvs.com/minuteclinic/covid-19-testing/?icid=coronavirus-lp-nav-general-testing

 

-Midwest Convenient Care- Farmington 573-454-2466 

550 Maple Valley Dr. Farmington Business Hours Mon-Fri 8am-8pm  Sat & Sun 9am-2pm

 

-Great Mines Health Center- Farmington 573-664-1221 508 W Pine St. Farmington

Tuesdays only 11am-1pm Appointment required   https://gmhcenter.org/

 

-Iron County Medical Center-573-546-6792

Iron County Medical Center has rapid COVID-19 testing available. Results are usually available within 1 hour. There may be funding to cover the cost of rapid testing for uninsured patients. Orders from a primary care provider are preferred but not necessary. PCR testing is also available. An order is required before scheduling. Please allow at least 2 days to receive results. All testing is done Monday through Friday between 9 am and 3 pm by appointment only.

 

Click here to check for newly added Free MO DHSS Testing Sites

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QUARANTINE PROCEDURES FOR MADISON COUNTY MISSOURI

 

QUARANTINE PROCEDURES FOR MADISON COUNTY MISSOURI:  Effective January 1, 2021

 

All Missourians are advised to engage in social distancing, wear a mask in accordance with recommended guidance, use proper hygiene and hand washing techniques, and avoid contact with symptomatic individuals.

 

HOUSEHOLD EXPOSURE:

All persons who are identified as being a direct contact to a person within their household, who is infected with COVID 19 are placed on quarantine for 14 days beginning from the last date of exposure.  Persons who are employed are informed to follow their employer’s policy regarding quarantine of personnel.  Students of school districts are quarantined for 14 days beginning from the last date of exposure and are not permitted to attend school.

 

NON-HOUSEHOLD CONTACTS SUCH AS 

SCHOOLS     WORKPLACE         GATHERINGS        COMMUNITY EXPOSURE

Persons who are identified as being a direct contact to a person who is infected with COVID 19 are placed on quarantine for 14 days beginning from the last date of exposure.  Persons who remain asymptomatic for 10 days from the beginning of their quarantine will be released from quarantine with the stipulation they continue to monitor for symptoms for the remaining 4 days.  All persons in quarantine must adhere to their workplace guidelines, school guidelines.  Quarantined individuals must wear a mask when they are in areas where social distancing cannot be maintained, avoid gatherings of any size outside their immediate household, practice personal hygiene and contact your doctor should you develop ANY symptoms, even if you think it is allergies, a cold, etc.

Registration For COVID-19 Vaccine

This is a registration form to get on a waiting list for the COVID-19 vaccine at MCHD. IF YOU HAVE ALREADY CALLED AND LEFT YOUR NAME AND NUMBER ON THE CALL LINE DO NOT REGISTER HERE TOO!  Please be patient, we will contact you for an appointment as doses become available. 

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The Missouri DHSS Novel Coronavirus Information hotline is 1-877-435-8411. For the latest information on the COVID-19 "Coronavirus" click on the pictures/links below.

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Madison County MO

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Dated February 2021

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How to deal with Anxiety of the Covid-19

Are you feeling anxiety or stress over the Coronavirus? Click on the picture below for some tips to help you through this. 

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Take the Show Me Strong Pledge

 

Missourians are strong, resilient and ready to get back to business. The backbone of a healthy economic recovery depends on everyone’s willingness to help control the spread of COVID-19.

The Show Me Strong Pledge is a voluntary commitment to take a few simple steps that will aid in protecting the well-being of all Missourians.