The Logan County Health Department reports still only a single positive case as of Tuesday morning.
Kara Davis tells Regional Radio News they are still testing and have administered 80 tests and nine are pending with their single case from last week. In Logan County, the process to get testing remains to contact your healthcare provider and follow their instruction.
Angie Stoltzenburg with Abraham Lincoln Memorial Hospital in Lincoln believes Logan County is doing a good job of following the social distancing guidelines. While there are pockets of people still gathering, she believes overall things are good.
Drive-up testing sites are beginning to grow in numbers in central Illinois. Davis explains if you want to get tested, you are allowed to do so at those sites however, there are circumstances where the cost of that test would come out of pocket.
Davis and Stoltzenburg encourage the Logan County community to continue to adhere to the social distancing guidelines and the stay at home order.
Stoltzenburg also directs anyone who may be experiencing a difficult time from an emotional or mental standpoint to contact their emotional support line at 214-588-5509.