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COVID-19 VACCINE PLANNING IN DEKALB COUNTY
On Monday, December 28, DeKalb County received the first shipments of COVID-19 vaccine. The initial shipment of the 800 doses received, will be used to provide vaccines to local hospital healthcare personnel as one of the first priority groups. Of the 800 vaccines received, 100 doses were received from the Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH) and 700 doses were transferred from another Local Health Department.
Administration Building to Re-Open
On Monday, February 1st the County Clerk's Office will re-open to the public. We ask that you please follow established COVID-19 guidelines, maintain social distancing and wear a mask if you plan to visit our office.
Beginning (1/25), Region 1 moves out of resurgence mitigations and into Phase 4 of the Restore Illinois Plan
Register Now for the new Virtual Wee Naturalist's Programs
Register online at go.illinois.edu/WeeNaturalist for one or all of the sessions. The cost to participate is $5 for a household or classroom per month. The pre-recorded hour-long program will be available the first Saturday of the month and can be accessed and viewed any time after.
23rd Circuit Courts Remain Open/Jury Trials Paused Further
Due to continued concerns regarding COVID-19 Pandemic in DeKalb and Kendall Counties, the 23rd Judicial Circuit announced that it is continuing a pause in jury trials which began in November of 2020 and will continue to March 1, 2021.
2020 Assessments Published
The 2020 Assessments and are available for review.
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