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Four Additional Laboratory Confirmed COVID-19 Cases in Whiteside County

Two cases are in their 40s, one in their 50s and one in their 60s The Whiteside County Health working with the individual and healthcare providers to identify, quarantine and monitor contacts at risk for signs of illness.

Tampico Cancels Council Meeting

The next scheduled meeting is Tuesday, April 21 at 7:00.

Whiteside County Announces Three More Cases

The cases are in their 20s, 40s and 70s. The Whiteside County Health Department (WCHD) is working closely with the Illinois Department of Health (IDPH), the individual and healthcare providers to identify, quarantine and monitor contacts at risk for signs of illness.

PPD Using PPE

The Prophetstown Police Department is sporting a new look when responding to calls these days. Police Chief Bruce Franks...

Whiteside County Reports First Death from COVID-19

Epidemiological investigation had been concluded for the individual and Whiteside County Health Department (WCHD) is currently monitoring their close contacts.

Prophetstown Cancels April Meeting

The city council meeting scheduled for April 14th has been cancelled and all future city meetings will be cancelled until further notice.

Six Total Laboratory Confirmed COVID-19 Cases in Whiteside County

Today we are announcing a Whiteside County resident in their 50s and a Whiteside County resident in their 30s have tested positive.

Garbage Pick Up Changes In Tampico

The company's goal is keep their employees from coming in contact with anything other than the containers they provide.

3rd Confirmed Case Of COVID-19 in Whiteside County

Submitted by Cory Law, ERC Whiteside County has identified its third laboratory confirmed positive case of novel coronavirus disease...

COVID-19 cases in Whiteside County Likely Higher Than Confirmed

Following the announcement of the second confirmed case of COVID-19 in Whiteside County, WCHD would like to stress that the number of laboratory-confirmed COVID-19 cases does not represent an accurate number of cases.