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Dunn County COVID-19 update for 12/30/2020

Dunn County COVID-19 Update for Dunn County 4/9/2021

Dunn County new COVID-19 cases per day
April 10, 2021

This is the weekly Friday update for Dunn County's COVID-19 status from Dunn County Health Administrator KT Gallager. Today KT discusses the fast increase in vaccinations in the county, but that the rate of infection is slightly increasing. Although we have not really reached a critical rate of infection, the increase is disheartening. 

Dunn County Health and Human Services Board Unanimously Supports Health Advisory Encouraging Mask Use

Dunn County Seal
April 5, 2021

Menomonie, Wisconsin-April 5, 2021- The County Health and Human Services Board, comprised of
County Board members and citizen appointees, approved a resolution advising all residents to comply
with the most recent Health Advisory, which directed that all residents of Dunn County should wear a
face covering, covering mouth and nose completely, when indoors or in a public space other than a

Dunn County COVID-19 update for 3/26/2021

Dunn County COVID-19 Graphic

Dunn County Covid-19 update for 3/26/2021

March 30, 2021

This week's video update is late here due to some Facebook technical difficulties. Today we have the video update from last Friday and the numbers graphic from yesterday, so the numbers will not match up between the graphic and the video, but these are the latest stats. The video is the weekly update from KT Gallagher in which she answers your COVID-19 questions. 

Dunn County COVID-19 update for 3/5/2021

Dunn County COVID data graph
March 6, 2021

This is the weekly video update with Dunn County Health Administrator KT Gallagher. The county risk level continues to be high, with 44 active cases in the county, 1 currently hospitalized, and with 98% of the total cases in the county recovered from the virus.

5.9% of county residents have received both doses of vaccine, as opposed to 9.0% of state-wide residents. 

Dunn County Health Department issues new mask advisory

Dunn County Health Administrator KT Gallagher
February 25, 2021

The Dunn County Health Department has issued a new mask advisory for the county. This is not really a change in recommendations so much as it is a reminder that despite the fact that the cases in the state and county have decreased, we are still in a pandemic and will need to remain vigilant until we reach herd immunity through vaccinations.

Dunn County relaxes COVID-19 meeting recommendations

Dunn County Health Administrator KT Gallagher
February 18, 2021

Between Feb. 3 and Feb. 17 the number of new COVID-19 cases in Dunn County met the state standard for a "high" number of cases, which is a drop from the previous "very high" level.

Vaccine for 65 and up Dunn County residents

65 and Over Vaccine Availability in Dunn County

January 19, 2021

The Wisconsin Department of Health Services announced this morning that COVID-19 vaccine will be available for people 65 years and older starting on January 25. The 65 and over residents will be eligible under the new guidelines for Phase 1b of the vaccine rollout in the state. 

I spoke to Dunn County Health Administrator KT Gallagher today about the effect of this announcement on Dunn County residents, and how this will all work out.

Dunn County COVID-19 update

COVID-19 update graphic
January 17, 2021

This is this week's COVID-19 update from Dunn County, with Dunn County Health Administrator KT Gallagher. Every week KT answers your questions and gives you information about the status of the virus (and now administering the vaccine) in Dunn County.

Dunn County COVID-19 update for 1/8/2021

Dunn County COVID-19 graphic
January 9, 2021

This week's COVID-19 update with Dunn County Health Administrator KT Gallagher. KT answers your questions about COVID-19 spread and obtaining vaccinations.

Dunn County COVID-19 update for 12/30/2020

COVID statistics graphic
January 1, 2021

This is the weekly COVID-19 update with Dunn County Health Administrator KT Gallagher and the weekly statistics update.