Saline County Health Department

Saline County Health Department The Saline County Health Department provides a variety of public health services. This institution This institution is an equal opportunity provider

Operating as usual

11/24/2021

Saline County Health Department will reopen on Monday, November 29th at 8:00 am.

Happy Thanksgiving to all our friends!

11/22/2021

Pediatric COVID vaccine will available by appointment only starting Monday, November 29th. Please call 660-886-3434

11/09/2021

We will be at Slater City Hall until 4:30 to give Covid and Flu vaccinations. Come see us!

Next Clinic Missouri Valley College inside the Malcom Center. October 28th 9-11:30 and 1-4:30FLU and COVID vaccines avai...
10/25/2021

Next Clinic Missouri Valley College inside the Malcom Center.

October 28th 9-11:30 and 1-4:30

FLU and COVID vaccines available

ICYMI: Eligible Missourians can now receive additional doses of Moderna and Johnson & Johnson.

Those who received a Pfizer-BioNTech or Moderna COVID-19 vaccine are eligible for a booster dose after 6 months if they meet the following criteria:
- 65 years and older
- Age 18+ who live in long-term care settings
- Age 18+ who have underlying medical conditions
- Age 18+ who work or live in high-risk settings

For those who got the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine, booster doses are also recommended for those who are 18 and older and who were vaccinated two or more months ago.

Those seeking a booster shot can visit MOStopsCovid.com to find a nearby provider and schedule an appointment or locate a walk-in clinic.

#MOStopsCOVID | #ShowMeStrong

10/11/2021

COVID-19 has changed our lives. You may find it hard to feel strong and upbeat at times. Expressing gratitude can help others know how much they are appreciated and improve the well-being of both of you. Learn more: cdc.gov/HowRightNow. #WorldMentalHealthDay

09/29/2021

A CDC study showed that adults who had COVID-19 can have lasting health problems like fatigue, loss of smell or taste, and shortness of breath. These symptoms can last 4 weeks or longer.

Get vaccinated to help protect yourself: www.vaccines.gov.

Missourians who received the Pfizer vaccine can receive a booster shot at least six months after their initial series ba...
09/28/2021
COVID-19 and Your Health

Missourians who received the Pfizer vaccine can receive a booster shot at least six months after their initial series based on CDC guidance:

· people 65 years and older and residents in long-term care settings should receive a booster;
· people aged 50–64 years with underlying medical conditions should receive a booster;
· people aged 18–49 years with underlying medical conditions may receive a booster; and
· people aged 18-64 years who are at increased risk for COVID-19 exposure and transmission because of occupational or institutional setting (e.g. frontline medical workers, teachers, and first responders) may receive a booster.

The list of medical conditions categorized as high-risk by the CDC is available here. Missourians with an underlying medical condition are encouraged to speak with their healthcare provider about whether a booster shot is right for them.

Symptoms, testing, what to do if sick, daily activities, and more.

Timeline Photos
09/21/2021

Timeline Photos

09/09/2021
09/01/2021

28 new cases today.
11 of them are 18 and younger.
No other information will be available.

Open COVID vaccine clinic every Thursday.
9:00-11:30, closed for lunch, 1:00-4:30

08/22/2021

Each August, the USDA Food and Nutrition Service agency gives the WIC Breastfeeding Award of Excellence to WIC local agencies who excel in their efforts to support breastfeeding WIC mothers. Eight Missouri WIC local agencies were awarded the Gold award this year!

Congratulations to the award recipients and thank you for supporting WIC moms!
Affinia Healthcare WIC Program
City of St. Joseph Health Department
Columbia/Boone County Department of Public Health and Human Services
Laclede County Health Department
WIC of Randolph County, Missouri
Saline County Health Department
Washington County, MO Health Department
Webster County Health Unit

#BreastfeedingMonth #BreastfeedingIs #WIC #Missouri #women #infants #children

-If you can sign off on the information below and it’s been 28 days since your last mRNA (Pfizer/Moderna) vaccine you ar...
08/17/2021

-If you can sign off on the information below and it’s been 28 days since your last mRNA (Pfizer/Moderna) vaccine you are eligible for the COVID Booster vaccine.

-If you were vaccinated with J&J you are NOT eligible to receive a booster.

-We will start COVID booster vaccines to those who are eligible starting THIS Thursday!
Walk-in clinic 9-11:30 or 1-4:30 or if you prefer call to set up an appointment at 660-886-3434

-If you can sign off on the information below and it’s been 28 days since your last mRNA (Pfizer/Moderna) vaccine you are eligible for the COVID Booster vaccine.

-If you were vaccinated with J&J you are NOT eligible to receive a booster.

-We will start COVID booster vaccines to those who are eligible starting THIS Thursday!
Walk-in clinic 9-11:30 or 1-4:30 or if you prefer call to set up an appointment at 660-886-3434

08/17/2021

Sorry for the delayed response to the booster vaccine. We're having a conference call with DHSS today, so more information will be available tomorrow.

LPHAs just received the standing order 15 minutes ago. We're in a conference call now. We will share the information on who and when as soon as we receive it.

The news media seems to always have the main headline, but no details. We need details from the state before LPHAs can move forward.

08/13/2021

Our dashboard is still being a little wonky.
Here’s the numbers for today.
Active-138
New today-12
Recovered-10
Hospitalized-7

08/13/2021

We're on day 5 of our 2021 walking challenge! We would love for you to drop a picture or leave a message in the comments about how much your child/family has enjoyed participating in the challenge!! Don't forget to turn your logs in by next Wednesday, 8/18.

08/13/2021

It appears our dashboard is incorrect. We had 19 new cases today not 100+. Sorry not sure the issue, but hope to get it fixed tomorrow.

08/11/2021

Out of active cases from yesterday 08.10.2021

94 - unvaccinated
6 - underage
31 - vaccinated

Hospitalized as of today….5 - 1 vaccinated
*increased from comments on another post*

Since the end of June, Saline County has experienced 8 deaths. Age ranges from 46-104. We can confirm that 2 were vaccinated.

**these numbers are only accurate at the time they are posted. They are fluid and constantly changing**

08/10/2021

90 more active cases this year vs. last year at this time.

Photos from Breastfeeding Support (Saline County)'s post
08/09/2021

Photos from Breastfeeding Support (Saline County)'s post

08/04/2021

We're holding a walking challenge for all children under the age of 18, August 9-15, 2021! We have prizes including a year membership to the YMCA, a pass to the Marshall Aquatic Center for 2022 and a Fitbit.

How to compete in the challenge
1. Swing by the Health Department to pick up a pedometer and tracking sheet.
2. Be sure to wear your pedometer every day and get as many steps as possible.
3. Return your tracking sheet back to us by August 18, 2021.

08/03/2021

We’re happy to extend extra information but…
1. NO rude comments
2. We can’t give you anymore information than what we’ve already given.
3. We’ll continue to do this as long as the numbers allow. Numbers too high or low may cause us to stop reporting this way.
4. Please understand these numbers will not be reported daily. You can visit the MU Extention website Monday-Friday for updated information.
We love educating our citizens 💙 BUT we’re not required to do this

Out of current active cases 08/03/2021
61 - unvaccinated (2 first doses only)
8 - unknown
20 - vaccinated
10 - under age
6 - hospitalized

07/30/2021

60+ active cases are under the age of 50

Midday update....
48 - unvaccinated (2 first doses only)
9 - unknown
10 - vaccinated
13 - under age

5 - hospitalized

07/28/2021

We’re happy to extend extra information but…

1. NO rude comments
2. We can’t give you anymore information than what we’ve already given.
3. We’ll continue to do this as long as the numbers allow. Numbers too high or low may cause us to stop reporting this way.
4. Please understand these numbers will not be reported daily. You can visit the MU Extention website Monday-Friday for updated information.

We love educating our citizens 💙 BUT we’re not required to do this

Out of current active cases
37 - unvaccinated (3 first doses only)
3 - unknown
12 - vaccinated
8 - under age
4 - hospitalized

07/27/2021

Out of current active cases….
38 - unvaccinated (3 first doses only)
1 - unknown
11 - vaccinated
7 - under age

We will address all questions hopefully tomorrow!

07/27/2021

As of 07.26.2021 @ 5 pm

49 active cases
11 not eligible for vaccine (too young)

18% vaccinated so 82% of eligible active cases are unvaccinated

https://covidvaccine.mo.gov/
07/26/2021
Covid Vaccine

https://covidvaccine.mo.gov/

By continuing to work together with our state and local partners, we are confident our vaccination efforts will lead us to brighter days as we continue to walk through this pandemic. Ozarks Healthcare is ready to continue doing our part in stopping the spread of COVID-19 and provide more vaccination...

07/06/2021

July 8th SCHD will start our Pfizer clinics again. Please call 660-886-3434 to schedule. Pfizer is approved for anyone 12 years and older.

Timeline Photos
06/29/2021

Timeline Photos

CDC’s COVID Data Tracker’s County View page shows vaccination progress in the United States by county. Expanded vaccination maps now allow you to view the percent of the population 65 years and older, 18 years and older, or 12 years and older who received at least one dose of COVID-19 vaccine. Get vaccinated as soon as possible. COVID-19 vaccines help protect yourself, your loved ones, and your community. See the data: http://bit.ly/CDTcountyvax.

Timeline Photos
06/24/2021

Timeline Photos

Certain underlying medical conditions including #diabetes can increase risk for severe illness from the virus that causes COVID-19. Here are the CDC’s tips for taking care of yourself and your diabetes during the pandemic. http://ow.ly/EeiZ50F3iU9

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1825 S Atchison Ave
Marshall, MO
65340

Opening Hours

Monday 8am - 5pm
Tuesday 8am - 5pm
Wednesday 8am - 5pm
Thursday 8am - 5pm
Friday 8am - 5pm

Telephone

+16608863434

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