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COVID-19 vaccination information
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As the number of people getting COVID-19 increases, we wanted to point out several resources available for people in need. Why? Because this isn’t going away and it’s going to get harder. So the more that we can get you the information you need, the better. Here’s what we have for you today.
- Meal services in Racine County
- COVID-19 testing
- Mental health resources
- Mortgage Assistance Program for Homeowners Economically Impacted by COVID-19 (City of Racine)
Hang in there and please follow the health department’s recommendations: maintain social distancing, wear a face-covering in public, stay home when sick or quarantined, and practice good hygiene to reduce the rate of community transmission.