COVID-19 Clinic

  • Chuck Overton and Jason Timmons were part of the volunteer group working to set up the COVID-19 clinic behind the Morgan County Health Department on Thursday, April 30.
  • Becky Hoaglin, Karen Meado, Samantha Nave and Bethany Gilson worked at the Morgan County COVID 19 testing clinic on May 1.
  • Traffic into the COVID-19 clinic starts on the corner of Dunlap Court and Morgan Streets in Jacksonville. After passing through the check in station, the cars are routed between two Morgan County buildings and are served in the front parking lot of the Morgan County Health Department. All normal parking at this facility is blocked off. The Morgan County Probation officer is still able to be accessed from State Street.
  • Trey Hopkins from the Morgan County Health Department checks patients in to the Morgan County COVID-19 testing site, located on Morgan Street, in Jacksonville on Friday, May 1.
  • Morgan County Emergency Manager Phil McCarty (left) and Morgan County Health Department Director Dale Bainter (right) observe the flow of traffic into the COVID-19 testing clinic on Friday, May 1.
  • Karen Walker, the executive director of the Prairieland United Way, served as a volunteer at the COVID-19 Clinic on Friday, May 1. The clinic will run as long as test kits remain available.

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Morgan Street, behind the Morgan County Health Department has become a makeshift clinic. The Morgan County Health Department and the Morgan County Office of Emergency Management opened a COVID-19 testing clinic in this location to support the citizens of Morgan County.

The group effort, under the medical direction of Health Department Director Alexander Hrynewych, opened for business on Friday, May 1, and will run Monday through Friday from the hours of 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Call 217-479-1817 between 9 a.m. and 3 p.m. to schedule an appointment for service.

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