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Rock Island County Covid Update: Numbers Going Down In Illinois Quad-Cities

May 3rd, 2021
Rock Island County Covid Update: Numbers Going Down In Illinois Quad-Cities

The covid-19 numbers are thankfully going down in the Illinois Quad-Cities. Just a week ago, there was some talk about the Quad-Cities potentially being in danger of another lockdown due to rising numbers in its Region 2 spurred by skyrocketing numbers in the Peoria area. However, Illinois Governor JB Pritzker said that numbers wouldn’t automatically trigger another lockdown and that they would be taken in a case-by-case basis and perspective. Today’s latest numbers from the Rock Island County Health Department show that Illinois-side Quad-Cities covid numbers are beginning to stabilize... Read More

BREAKING: Quad-Cities Reaches Milestone: 42 Percent Of Over-16 Adults Vaccinated For Covid

May 3rd, 2021
BREAKING: Quad-Cities Reaches Milestone: 42 Percent Of Over-16 Adults Vaccinated For Covid

BREAKING NEWS: Douglas Adams would be so proud. Today, it was announced by the Rock Island and Scott County Health Departments that the Quad-Cities has reached the point where 42 percent of the population over 16 years old has been vaccinated against covid-19. The Rock Island Health Department announced the following today: Congrats, Quad Cities, for achieving 42% COVID-19 vaccination of our 16+ population! Let’s keep the momentum going…for ourselves, our neighbors, and our community! #vaccinateqc #VaxUpIL Find vaccination options here: https://togetherqc.com/2021/04/covid19-vaccine-options/. The... Read More

BREAKING: Illinois Quad-Cities Covid-19 Numbers Rising, Area Could See Another Shutdown

April 9th, 2021
BREAKING: Illinois Quad-Cities Covid-19 Numbers Rising, Area Could See Another Shutdown

BREAKING NEWS: Illinois’ Region 2 could be headed backwards towards another, at least partial, shutdown, if covid-19 numbers continue to break in the wrong direction. The Illinois Quad-Cities is a part of Illinois Region 2, which includes Peoria and its surrounding areas, and those spots have been a hotbed for rising covid cases in the last two weeks, according to reports. Peoria County is the eighth worst county in the United States over the last week, relative to their population, according to a report by the New York Times based upon numbers from throughout the United States. That has... Read More

‘Troubling’ Data On Covid-19 Emerging In Quad-Cities, Rock Island County Health Department Says

March 11th, 2021
'Troubling' Data On Covid-19 Emerging In Quad-Cities, Rock Island County Health Department Says

Is another surge in covid cases coming to the Quad-Cities? Rock Island County Health Department sent out a warning about “troubling” data in regard to covid-19 cases. The RICHD posted the following on its social media: We are beginning to see troubling trends of case counts and hospitalizations starting to rise. About two weeks ago, we were seeing single-digit daily case counts and low numbers of people in the hospital with COVID-19. Since then, we are regularly seeing 20 or more cases and more people needing hospital care. We know there are more-contagious virus variants circulating... Read More

Nurse Exposes Truth About Covid-19 Hospital Crisis ‘Beyond Comprehension’

December 7th, 2020
Nurse Exposes Truth About Covid-19 Hospital Crisis 'Beyond Comprehension'

A Chicago nurse and immunology and infection expert is sounding an alarm about covid-19 in Illinois and nationwide and offering a first-person look at what’s really going on in hospitals. Jenny King is a Legal nurse consultant at AALNC – American Association of Legal Nurse Consultants, Public Health/ER Registered Nurse at Illinois Nurses Association and Administrator at COVID19 Coalition for HealthCare Workers. She studied Immunology and Infection at CDC Global and studied Covid-19 Dynamics & Clinical Surveillance at Johns Hopkins University. King posted the following... Read More