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No Suprises–COVID Count Rises

No Suprises–COVID Count Rises

By Todd Wineburner The Livingston County Health Department is reporting 49 new cases of COVID-19 infection as we approach the Thanksgiving holiday. That brings county totals to 2,083 positive cases over the course of the pandemic statistics. 1,675 patients have completed their isolation, 388 cases remain active, and the fatality count stands now at 20…MORE

COVID-19 Total for Livingston County Approaches 2000

COVID-19 Total for Livingston County Approaches 2000

By Todd Wineburner As last week ended, there were 450 active cases of COVID-19 infection in LIvingston County. That number includes 54 cases that were identified on Friday. The weekend numbers will be available later today (Monday), but as of now the county has seen 1,922 cases overall. Over 14 individuals have completed their quarantine…MORE

COVID-19 Numbers Continue to Climb

COVID-19 Numbers Continue to Climb

By Todd Wineburner Eighty-seven new cases of COVID-19 infection were reported Thursday evening (11/19) by the Livingston County Health Department. That number does not include five new infected inmates at Pontiac Correctional Center or the latest fatality added to the statistics. 17 COVID-19 patients to date have succumbed to the disease, 438 cases remain active,…MORE

New Day, New COVID-19 Statistics

New Day, New COVID-19 Statistics

By Todd Wineburner 65 more Livingston County residents have tested positive for COVID-19 infection. That word came from the Livingston County Health Department yesterday (Wednesday) afternoon. Another name has been added to the fatality list, as well, as Livingston County sees increased levels of infection in keeping with the rest of the state. These new…MORE

Museum Closures Announced

Museum Closures Announced

By Todd Wineburner Ellie Alexander from Pontiac tourism says COVID-19 restrictions announced by the governor yesterday have prompted the closing of Pontiac’s museums until further notice. The museum closures begin tomorrow (Thursday, 11/19). Some activities in the community are still on the calendar. They include: Currently – A Christmas Carol window exhibit at the Pontiac…MORE