The Madison County Board of Commissioners’ meeting last Tuesday was the setting for a relatively heated discussion regarding the county public health department’s use of funding from the federal government and employee timesheets.
Between Jan. 17-24, Madison County reported 21 new coronavirus cases. Seventy residents are currently quarantined and 29 were required to quarantine within the past seven days. Two individuals are hospitalized, one new from last week’s update.
From Dec. 13-20, Madison County reported 15 new coronavirus cases. Sixty-five residents are in quarantine and there has been one additional hospitalization. There are 46 active cases in the county.
Madison County Public Health Nurse Melissa Brummell provided tips for enjoying the holidays safely:
From Nov. 29-Dec. 6, Madison County reported 31 new coronavirus cases. There have been 26 total hospitalizations through the pandemic and three deaths. Seventy-five residents are currently in quarantine.
From Nov. 23-Nov. 29, Madison County reported 22 new coronavirus cases. One hundred and fifty residents are in quarantine and there have been 23 total hospitalizations. Four county residents are currently hospitalized.
Between Nov. 16 and Nov. 22, Madison County reported 59 new coronavirus cases. Four residents are hospitalized, bringing the total number of hospitalizations to 22. Two hundred residents are currently quarantined.
Between Nov. 9-15, Madison County reported 68 coronavirus cases.
Two additional residents have been hospitalized since last week, bringing the total number of hospitalizations throughout the pandemic to 16. The total death count is now two. Two hundred and twenty individuals are quarantined.
From Oct. 27-Nov. 2, Madison County confirmed 44 new coronavirus cases. Four residents are hospitalized and 132 are in quarantine.
Madison County confirmed 10 new COVID-19 cases in two days, Oct. 18-19. The county has 18 active cases as of Oct. 19.
July 23, 2020, Melissa Brummell, RN, Public Health Director reports five new positive COVID-19 cases since July 18, 2020, making 52 positive cases with 16 cases being active. All active positive cases are in isolation. In the past week we have had an additional 68 individuals listed as close contact with the new positive cases.