Yellowstone County identified seven further COVID-19 lives lost in citizens ages ranging from 20 to 80 on Thursday, trying to bring the county’s total number of casualties to 429 since April 2020.
River Stone Health Report:
A guy in his twenties died in a Billings hospital on Oct. 22. He had not been fully vaccinated.
A person in his 60s who died unexpectedly at home on October 25. He had not been vaccinated. The Yellowstone County Clerk and Recorder’s Office identified this COVID-19-related death through death certificate review.
A lady in her seventies who died on November 1 at a lengthy treatment center in the area. She had not been immunized. The Clerk and Recorder’s Office reviewed her death certificate and determined that it was COVID-19 related.
A female in her 80s who died in a Billings hospital on November 9th. She had not been vaccinated.
A person in his 60s who ended up his life in a Billings hospital on November 9th. He had not been vaccinated.
A guy in his 80s who died in a Billings hospital on November 9th. He had been immunized.
A person in his 60s who tragically died in a Billings hospital on November 10th. He had not been immunized.
All 7 of these victims had medical issues that made them more susceptible to COVID-19 infection.
On Thursday, 98 COVID-19 inpatients were admitted to Billings hospitals, including 79 who had not been vaccinated.
Pediatric Walk-In Vaccination Clinics Have Been Scheduled On Four Saturday Mornings For The Convenience Of Parents With Kids:
The Saturday morning health centers will include activities for the children as well as therapy dogs. After receiving a vaccination, everyone is required to stay for at least 15 minutes for observation. The event will be held in Cedar Hall at MetraPark on –
- 13th November, 2021 from 9 a.m. to noon – First Dose
- 20th November, 2021 from 9 a.m. to noon – First Dose
- 4th December, 2021 from 9 a.m. to noon – Second Dose
- 11th December, 2021 from 9 a.m. to noon – Second Dose
At walk-in vaccination clinics, masks are required. Vaccination of children under the age of 18 requires signed parental consent.
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