New COVID cases still coming in
Health officials urge vaccinations, boosters
Last updated 7/25/2022 at 7:46pm
With the latest version of the omicron variant of the virus that causes COVID-19 dominant, new cases of the illness continue to be reported locally, and health officials urge people who have not yet done so to get vaccinated and receive all boosters for which they are eligible.
Blaine County Health Department Monday reported it is still seeing an increase in COVID-19 activity, with 21 cases confirmed from Saturday through Monday, with nine cases confirmed Friday, 15 new cases Wednesday and Thursday, and 19 new cases from July 16 through last Tuesday, July 19.
"Blaine County residents, ple...