Health officials reported 13 more cases of COVID-19 Thursday, and 128 more residents were added to DeKalb County’s fully vaccinated total.
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More than half of Sycamore’s population is fully vaccinated against COVID-19, while the more populous city of DeKalb’s inoculation rate is about 40%, according to the latest available state data. New data obtained by the Daily Chronicle paints a more detailed picture of who’s vaccinated where, and how local leaders are using that data in ongoing pandemic responses.
Health officials reported 10 more cases of COVID-19 Wednesday, and 77 more residents were added to DeKalb County’s fully vaccinated total.
New cases of COVID-19 were reported in the double digits again Tuesday, with health officials reporting 17 more virus cases and nearly 50 more residents added to DeKalb County’s fully vaccinated total.
‘It has always been my position that we as a society cannot put the constitution on a shelf at any time,’ Shanes said.
“We’ve had quite a hard life, and we’re looking forward to having a home of our own,” Harris said. “We’re already thinking about decorations and what we want where in the house.”
Nearly three dozen more COVID-19 cases were identified over the weekend in DeKalb County, according to local health officials, as cases trended upwards for the first time since early June, coming off a July week when more than 60 cases were reported, about three times the average weekly case count in June.
The Waterman United Methodist and Presbyterian churches will host two evenings of vacation Bible school for families. “Rocky Railway” VBS will take place from 6 to 7:30 p.m. Monday, July 26, and Wednesday, July 28.
Rodney Kyler of Milan Township said he believes the total land allowed for solar farms in his community “should be zero,” echoing concerns voiced by multiple residents this week that industrial solar energy projects are robbing DeKalb County of viable farm land.