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By Tim Leeds 

Officials warn of need to continue care as new COVID-19 cases trickle in

 

Last updated 4/20/2021 at 11:35am

Havre Daily News/Tim Leeds

A sign erected Monday by a community volunteer group at Bullhook Community Health Center lists the goal - the number of people eligible to received a COVID-19 vaccination in Hill County - and approximately how many people have been fully vaccinated. With occasional cases of COVID-19 still being confirmed in the area, officials are urging people to continue to take action to avoid the spread of the disease and to get vaccinated as soon as possible.

Although numbers of new confirmed cases of COVID-19 in this part of Montana are not mirroring the surge in other parts of the state, the nation and the world, confirmations - and deaths - continue to trickle in and local officials have joined officials around the country and the world urging people to continue to use caution and to get vaccinated as soon as possible.

Blaine County Health Department said in a release Monday evening that the department was notified of a new confirmation of a case of COVID-19.

"The case was not identified through contact tracing, suggesting there is evidenc...



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