For the past two months, Johnson County has maintained a low COVID-19 case rate and continues to see a climbing vaccination rate. As such, the Johnson County Healthcare Center has modified its mask policy. The Johnson County Healthcare Center will not require fully immunized individuals to wear a mask within the main campus, including the…

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Source: Association for Professionals in Infection Control & Epidemiology How can I make my travel plans safer? If you ultimately decide to move forward with your travel plans, follow these tips to ensure maximum safety during your trip: Get fully vaccinated against COVID-19. Wait two weeks after your second shot (or the one shot in…

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For the past six weeks, Johnson County has maintained a low COVID-19 case rate and continues to see a climbing vaccination rate. As such, the Johnson County Healthcare Center has modified its mask policy. Effective immediately, the Johnson County Healthcare Center will not require fully immunized individuals to wear a mask within the main campus,…

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A $3.1 million renovation project aimed at preventing the spread of viruses at the Johnson County Healthcare Center is complete. The project was made possible through federal CARES act funds allocated to the state of Wyoming for costs incurred due to the coronavirus pandemic. Funds were specifically assigned to Wyoming health care providers, rural health…

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At this time, Johnson County Public Health is administering all COVID-19 vaccines for the public. Due to a limited supply of vaccines, Public Health will not be taking additional appointments for the vaccine until mid-February. All vaccines issued to the county have been accounted for. Existing scheduled appointments are secure. Once more vaccines are available,…

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How many doses are available in Johnson County? Johnson County Healthcare Center received 300 doses on Christmas Eve. These vaccinations went to healthcare workers within Johnson County Healthcare Center, Amie Holt Care Center residents, Veterans Home of Wyoming, Willow Creek, and Agape Manor. Johnson County Public Health received 100 doses on Dec. 28 and Jan.…

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Wyoming State Health Officer, Dr. Alexia Harrist said it’s not too late to improve the situation. “However, we won’t be successful if people don’t take simple steps to avoid spreading COVID-19 to someone who can’t recover easily or recover at all. It could be a family member, a friend or someone you don’t know. But doing what you can do to help is the right thing to do.”

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