Racine County COVID-19 Update – Racine County Eye

27April 2021

=" ff-og-image-inserted"/ > COVID-19 cases United States: 32,244,617 cases, 577,224 deaths
Wisconsin: 595,049 verified, 2,831,052 unfavorable, 6,756 deaths Central Racine County Health Department: 13,062 (combined verified and possible; +106 from recently), 68,003 unfavorable (+879 ), 210 deaths (+0 )
City of Racine Public Health Department: 9,808 cases (integrated confirmed and possible; +121 from recently), 48,914 negative (+536 ), 118 deaths (+1 )
Racine County overall: 22,870 cases (integrated verified and probable; +227 from last week), 116,917 unfavorable (+1,415), 328 deaths (+1) 

COVID-19 vaccination updates for April 26:

  • Beginning tomorrow, the DHS Community-Based Vaccination Clinic at Regency Mall is permitting walk-ins. People DO NOT NEED AN APPOINTMENT to go to the Regency Mall clinic. If individuals want to register prior to going to Regency Mall, go to Wisconsin Vaccine Registry– https://vaccinate.wi.gov. Walk-Ins are also welcome at the City of Racine's Vaccination Clinic at Festival Hall.
  • There are lots of COVID-19 vaccine options in Racine County, the majority of which have open consultations. The CDC Vaccine Finder can be found at https://vaccinefinder.org. We strongly prompt all citizens age 16 and older to get immunized.

  • The DHS Community-Based Vaccination Clinic at Regency Mall is using companies and neighborhood organizations the chance to reserve blocks of time for staff, subscription and their households to receive the COVID-19 vaccine. Businesses or organizations interested ought to call the Central Racine County Health Department (262-898-4460) or City of Racine Public Health Department (262-636-9201) for more information. Services may be eligible for a tax credit for offering paid vaccination leave.
  • More details on regional providers can also be discovered at the links listed below:
  • Regency Mall community-based vaccination center
  • Healthcare companies:
  • Local pharmacies:
  • Health Departments:
    • As of today, April 26, 38.6 percent of Racine County residents have received at least one dose, while 28.0 percent of Racine County homeowners have actually completed the vaccine series.

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