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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

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Missouri does not have a QR code, individuals can check with their provider to see if they are offering a QR code. We ha...
03/16/2022
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Missouri does not have a QR code, individuals can check with their provider to see if they are offering a QR code. We have become aware of several health systems that are offering a SMART Health Card through their systems. Individuals that are patients at MU Health (including Capital Region and Lake Regional) can access vaccine credentials with a SMART Health Card QR code in their patient portal or on their app under COVID-19.



Also, below is a list of other providers that are offering the SMART Health Card under their MyChart or a QR Code that we are aware of.

· BJC Healthcare & Washington University

· Mercy

· OCHIN

· Phelps Health

· QuadMed

· SSM Health

· Saint Francis Health System

· Saint Luke's Health System

· The University of Kansas Health System

· UnityPoint Health

· Walmart

· CVS



We have also heard from some that individuals have been able to access a QR code through Clear Health Pass. Below is a link that has been shared with us and there is a link at the top of the page that will give you information on connecting your vaccine information.



Health Pass by CLEAR gives employees and consumers the confidence and peace of mind to get back to work, shop at their favorite store, step into a restaurant and attend a ball game.

03/11/2022

SCHD and WIC will be closed today (03/11)

02/23/2022

Sorry our numbers will not update tonight.

From 02/17-02/21
15 new cases

Overall numbers will update tomorrow night.

Weather will still be a problem tomorrow morning. We’re going to remain closed tomorrow 02/18. Have a good weekend! Offi...
02/18/2022

Weather will still be a problem tomorrow morning. We’re going to remain closed tomorrow 02/18. Have a good weekend! Office will open on Tuesday since Monday we’ll observe President’s day.

Winter Weather Advisory: Central Missouri

Winter weather is expected to continue across the state TODAY through TOMORROW morning. Sleet and snow is expected through Thursday.
For more information on road conditions visit: traveler.modot.org/map/

02/17/2022

SCHD and WIC closed today 02/17 due to icy conditions.

02/16/2022

Impending weather is a concern for the next couple of days!!!

Public Health Motto - Prevent. Promote. Protect.

Let's PREVENT accidents and incidents by contacting the office prior to coming in to your appointment to make sure we're open!

We're PROMOTING public health safety by preparing our participants, clients and patients to call today if you're already concerned about impending weather.

It's important to PROTECT our employees who travel so they can be here to assist you on beautiful days.

WIC - 660-886-9494 SCHD - 660-886-3434

02/16/2022

Due to impending weather on 02/17/2022 we will cancel the COVID clinic scheduled at Missouri Valley College tomorrow.

We're scheduled to be at Sweet Springs City Hall on 02/22/2022 1:00-5:00 and Slater City Hall 02/24/2022 1:00-5:00.

02/08/2022

The Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services is sponsoring a drive-through Covid-19 testing event from 10 am to 6 pm Wednesday, Feb. 9 at the Sheep Pavilion on the Missouri State Fairgrounds.

02/04/2022

SCHD and WIC will close today at 4pm to ensure all employees will make it home before it gets dark. Thank you for understanding. Have a great weekend!

02/02/2022

February 3rd, 2022
SCHD and WIC will remain closed. Anyone who has an appointment for Thursday 02/03 please call to reschedule.

02/02/2022

February 2nd, 2022
SCHD and WIC will be closed due to weather.

01/28/2022

COVID-19 Therapeutics Medicine Cabinet: Thanks to the medical community, we are excited to see many COVID-19 therapeutics given authorization just two years after the United States’ first COVID-19 case. The therapeutics below are being provided through the FDA under an Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) and remain in extremely limited quantities. Additionally, three of the four (bamlanivimab, etesevimab and REGEN-COV) monoclonal antibody treatments are not expected to be effective against the Omicron variant and cannot be administered to patients that are suspected to be infected with this variant.

As always, we encourage the completion of a primary series and booster of a COVID-19 vaccine to build an immune response. COVID-19 therapeutics are not a substitute for vaccination in most cases. Where these therapeutics may help provide treatment options after mild-moderate illness develops, the COVID-19 vaccines can prevent those complications from starting.

Here is what is available today in the United States:
🔬 Monoclonal Antibodies (mAb) for symptomatic individuals (bamlanivimab/etesevimab, casirivimab/imdevimab (REGEN-COV) and sotrovimab): laboratory-made proteins administered through a 30-minute infusion to those who have recently (

01/28/2022

Is COVID-19 impacting your household? Don’t fear! If you experience a mild to moderate cough, your primary care doctor, local urgent care or telehealth provider can give advice to help you manage your symptoms. Severe chest pain or extreme difficulty breathing after testing positive for COVID-19 could be a cause for concern.

Mention: Missouri Hospital Association

01/26/2022

Test positive for COVID-19? Don’t panic! If you experience a mild to moderate fever, your primary care doctor, local urgent care or telehealth provider can give advice to help you manage your symptoms. A fever is generally not harmful to most adults if kept below 103°F, according to the Mayo Clinic.

Yesterday we received a record number of positive cases. As cases begin to increase, we thought it would helpful to remi...
01/20/2022

Yesterday we received a record number of positive cases. As cases begin to increase, we thought it would helpful to remind everyone of CDC recommendations.

12/29/2021

🧪 AT-HOME TESTING AT PRIME SPEED: In May, the state of Missouri made available FREE at-home test kits for COVID-19 that can be shipped straight to your door. To order your own kit using Missouri's promo code, visit Health.Mo.Gov/communitytest. Our frequently asked questions on testing are below!

🚚 How quickly can I get it?
Just like Amazon Prime, your kit will arrive 2 days after your order is placed and remains good for 6 months.

📱 How fast are results?
Once you are ready to use the test, activate your kit and collect a sample. Once the sample has been collected, it must be packaged in the prepaid FedEx overnight shipping envelope (according to directions) and returned to a FedEx collection site within 24 hours. Your secure digital report will be available in your Picture Genetics Portal within 48 hours after your sample is received.

💰 Why does it cost $119? I thought they were free?
They are free – if you are asked to pay a fee and live in Missouri, something went wrong during your ordering process. If there is a cost added to your order, it may be missing the Missouri-specific promo code. Please enter "MOPROMO" in the appropriate field to reduce the cost to $0.

📦 Why aren't these shipped automatically?
Our citizens overwhelmingly prefer opt-in public health options.

📞 Can you order one for me?
No. Unfortunately, DHSS cannot order a test for you - the information collected is personal. If you are unable to complete the online form yourself, please contact the Picture Genetics Support Hotline at 626-434-3596.

Looking for a community testing event hosted by DHSS or federal pharmacy partners? You can also find those at Health.Mo.Gov/communitytest.

12/29/2021

As of today…

For known COVID-19 cases requiring isolation:
CDC is shortening their recommended isolation period from 10
days to 5 days, provided the case is either asymptomatic or has
symptoms that are resolving. Individuals with a fever should
remain in isolation until the fever resolves. After the 5-day
isolation period, CDC recommends that cases wear a mask
around others for an additional 5 days.
Per the CDC press release, the rationale behind this change is a
growing understanding that the majority of SARS-CoV-2
transmission occurs in the 1-2 days prior to symptom onset and
the 2-3 days afterwards. Some individuals will still be capable of
transmitting the virus following the 5-day isolation period, and
the additional 5-day masking period recommendation is an
attempt to further reduce the risk of those individuals infecting
others.

12/23/2021

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to all our friends 💙

Reminder our office is currently closed until January 3rd. All positive cases will be contacted while our office is closed.

Please REMEMBER CDC guidance ask that you quarantine 10-14 days from your symptom on set. Treat your symptoms, stay hydrated and do NOT let your symptoms take over. Please seek help.

Emergency number for the health department 660-815-2176, texting is also an option. Messaging on FB or our website is an option as well.

Again we appreciate our citizens be safe, be smart, and enjoy your families!

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12/19/2021
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HEY KIDS….HAVE YOU GOT YOUR LIST READY FOR SANTA? STARTING FRIDAY, DECEMBER 19TH THROUGH THURSDAY, DECEMBER 23RD, KMMO HAS PATCHED A PHONE LINE FROM MARSHALL TO THE NORTH POLE. KIDS CAN CALL FROM 6:10 TILL 6:40 EACH

12/14/2021

Saline County Health Department will be closed December 24th - December 31st. We will resume to normal business hours January 3rd, 2022 along with a LATE clinic (7 pm) Thursday, January 6th. COVID positive patients will still be contacted by our office during the week with the CDC recommendations.

Emergency numbers will be available that week as well.

12/07/2021

Public health has not been easy in the last 20 months. Today the Attorney General sent a letter to all LPHA administrators pertaining to isolation and quarantine. We have no clear answers or suggestions at this time. Please be patient with our staff as we try to navigate the current changes in regulations.

Our phones are not working correctly. If it rings one time and goes straight to voicemail PLEASE do not leave a message ...
12/02/2021
Saline County Health Department Marshall, Missouri

Our phones are not working correctly. If it rings one time and goes straight to voicemail PLEASE do not leave a message we’re not getting them. You can always message us on FB or on our website

This is the place to go to sign up for Covid-19 vaccinations when available. Saline County Health Department. Marshall, Missouri.

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.

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09/21/2021

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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

Address

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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