Coronavirus

IMPORTANT NOTICE:

Due to the rapidly evolving scenario, DHD#10 will only be posting confirmed positive cases of COVID-19 in our jurisdiction and in Michigan.  

AS OF 3/28/2020 at 3:00 PM:
13 positive COVID-19 cases in DHD#10 jurisdiction
– 1 positive case in Crawford County
– 4 positive cases in Kalkaska County

– 1 positive case in Manistee County
– 1 positive case in Mecosta County
– 1 positive case in Missaukee County
– 2 positive cases in Newaygo County
– 2 positive cases in Oceana County
– 1 positive case in Wexford County
2 deaths from COVID-19 in DHD#10 jurisdiction
– 1 death in Mecosta County
– 1 death in Missaukee County

4,650 confirmed cases in Michigan
111 confirmed deaths in Michigan

Data on the number of cases changes every day. Click on the links below for current information:

At this time, COVID-19 is spreading community-wide across the state of Michigan. You should assume that it is in your community and should take the necessary precautions to avoid exposure. Please follow CDC Guidelines and monitor your symptoms. If symptoms become severe, please contact your medical provider for further instructions. MDHHS also has guidance on what to do if you think you were exposed to COVID-19.

For more information specifically about COVID-19, its symptoms, the spread, and how you  can prevent the disease click here.

Please see the Governor’s Order for Shelter In Place.

All District Health Department #10 office will close to the public effective March 23 through April 13. We will provide emergency services by appointment only. There will be signage at each building to direct those with appointments on what to do when they arrive. Please contact your local DHD#10 office to schedule an appointment. 

For COVID-19 testing, there are now hotline numbers you can call:

  • 888-535-6136 | MDHHS Patient COVID-19 Hotline
  • 231-935-0951 | Munson Hotline
  • 833-559-0659 | Spectrum Hotline
  • 888-700-9011 | Mercy Hotline

Prevention Methods:

  • Clean hands often. Scrub with soap for at least 20 seconds. Use hand sanitizer if soap and water is not available.
  • Avoid close contact with sick people.
  • Stay home when you are sick, except to get medical care.
  • Cover your cough or sneeze with a tissue, then throw tissue away and wash hands immediately.
  • Clean and disinfect surfaces frequently

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