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ADAIR COUNTY 7-DAY COUNT OF NEW COVID-19 CASES DROPS

Kirksville, MO – The seven-day count of newly reported cases of COVID-19 in Adair County fell from 63 to 55.  The period is from Aug. 2 through Aug. 8. The Adair County Health Department continues to administer Pfizer COVID-19 vaccines and boosters. Vaccines are administered to those ages 12 and older on Tuesdays from 2…

ADAIR COUNTY 7-DAY COUNT OF NEW COVID-19 CASES HOLDS STEADY

Kirksville, MO – There were 63 new cases of COVID-19 reported to the Adair County Health Department during the most recent 7-day period, July 26 through August 2, 2022. That number is down three from the previous reporting period. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reports that being fully vaccinated and taking precautions…

NEW CASES OF COVID-19 FALL AS HEALTH DEPARTMENT SCHEDULES DRIVE-THROUGH DISTRIBUTION OF SCHOOL SUPPLIES

Kirksville, MO – Reported new cases of COVID-19 during the most recent seven-day period fell from 81 to 66 in Adair County. As cases continue to rise across the United States due to the highly transmissible Omicron B.4 and B.5 variants, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) urges people to get vaccinated, boosted,…

Free School Supplies in July 29 Drive-Through

Kirksville, MO – The Adair County Health Department is giving away free school supplies to kids attending Adair County schools at a drive-through event, Friday, July 29, at their offices at 1001 South Jamison Street in Kirksville. Bags of supplies will be distributed as long as supplies last from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. The…

ADAIR COUNTY 7-DAY COUNT OF NEW COVID-19 CASES JUMPS TO 81

Kirksville, MO 7/20/22 – After newly reported COVID-19 cases fell from 77 to 66 during the seven-day period from July 5 to July 11, they rose from 66 to 81 in the most recent period, July 12 through July 18. The jump reflects what is occurring across the country with steady increases in the number of…

ADAIR COUNTY 7-DAY COUNT OF NEW COVID-19 CASES FALLS TO 66

Kirksville, MO 7/13/22 – According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) COVID-19 case data tracker, the daily number of newly reported cases continues to rise across the United States. Locally, the number of new cases of COVID-19 reported to the Adair County Health Department fell from 77 to 66 during the seven-day period…

Summer Poison Risks

Snake, Insect and Spider Bites School is out and summer is in full swing! Anyone who plans to take any trips, camp, spend time in backyards, picnic or go to concerts in the park should be aware of some of the poison hazards outdoors. Snake Bites Most of the snakes found in Missouri are harmless…

ADAIR COUNTY RECORDS 77 NEW COVID-19 CASES AS NEW OMICRON VARIANTS SHOW SIGNS OF INCREASED DISEASE SEVERITY

Kirksville, MO 7/6/22 – Cases reported to the Adair County Health Department this week climbed to 77, continuing an upward trend that began a month ago. The new cases were reported in the seven days from June 28 through July 4, 2022. Hospitalizations remain low here, although one more COVID-related death has been reported. The…

COVID-19 CASES CONTINUE UPWARD TREND IN ADAIR COUNTY

Kirksville, MO 6/28/22 – Cases of COVID-19 continue to rise in Adair County. For the seven-day period from June 21 through June 27, 73 new cases were reported to the Adair County Health Department. Those include positives reported from home tests if residents reported them to the Health Department. There were 69 new cases reported in…

CURRENT TREATMENTS FOR COVID-19 TO DISCUSS WITH YOUR DOCTOR

Kirksville, MO 6/27/22 – The United States is averaging roughly 350 deaths from COVID-19 daily as the Omicron variant and subvariants continue to spread. Cases are rising across the country, including in Adair County. For many people who become infected – particularly those who are vaccinated and boosted – symptoms may be mild. But for those…