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With the Fourth of July approaching, the Rock County Public Health Department wants residents to take precautions against COVID-19 when planning summer travel, even as case rates remain low across the Stateline Area.
Last week, Rock County averaged about 22 new COVID-19 cases a day which is down from previous weeks when the average was about 40 cases a day.
As virus rates continue to drop in the Stateline Area and life slowly inches back to normal, the Rock County Public Health Department asks residents to remain cautious when considering summer travel plans following the recent change in mask guidance.
Nearly 50% of all people eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine in Rock County have received at least one dose, vaccination public health data published on Sunday shows.
COVID-19 vaccination clinics in the Rock County area are now beginning to offer walk-up vaccinations as county public health officials say demand for the vaccine is starting to slow as supply catches up.
How can we help with vaccine distribution? That’s the question that Judy Taber, member of McFarland United Church of Christ (UCC), asked herse…