01/12/21 by Melanie Hutton 0 Comments
November 2021 Covid Positive Case Report
Update on Covid Cases
11/01/2021 – 11/30/2021 2:30pm
Total New Cases 201
Cooper County COVID-19 Cases by School Geographical Boundaries
Case count includes all individuals living within the geographical boundaries of a school district. These cases may or may not be school age children or employees.
Blackwater School District 3 cases
Boonville School District 172 cases
Bunceton School District 1 cases
Pilot Grove School District 10 cases
Prairie Home School District 10 cases
Otterville School District 4 cases
Out of County School District 1 cases
Number of Children’s Cases by Month year to date Ages <=20
January 2021 January 2021 Child positive cases 38
February 2021 Child positive cases 04
March 2021 Child positive cases 03
April 2021 Child positive cases 01
May 2021 Child positive cases 02
June 2021 Child positive cases 01 ~ Children were 3% of total positive cases for June
July 2021 Child positive cases 23 ~ Children were 13% of the total positive cases for July
August 2021 Child positive cases 68 ~ Children were 22% of the total positive covid cases for August
September Child positive cases 58
October 2021 Child positive cases 38
November 2021 Child positive cases 36
Cooper County generally follows Statewide and National trends several weeks to a month later in covid trends. For the month of November Cooper County was hit hard in the last 9 nine days with cases tripling from 30-35 per week to 106 cases. Please keep getting vaccinated, wearing a mask, and keeping your distance please. Handwashing is always critical.
Walk-In Covid vaccination clinics are held every Thursday from 9am to 12noon and 1:00pm to 5:00pm without an appointment. Ages 5 and up are eligible.
Influenza strain B has been reported in Cooper County. The health center is out of flu vaccine. If you have the opportunity to get vaccinated do not turn it down. Masks, distance and handwashing will help reduce influenza also.
Make good decisions and be safe out there. Thank you!
Melanie Hutton RN, MSN Administrator