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McHenry County College students who do not comply with vaccine, testing requirements will be barred from in-person class

Students at McHenry County College who refuse to comply with COVID-19 vaccine and testing requirements will be removed from in-person classes starting next semester. In late August, Illinois Gov. JB Pritzker announced vaccine mandates for preschool through 12th-grade teachers and staff, higher education personnel, higher education students, and healthcare workers in a variety of settings like hospitals, nursing homes, urgent care and doctor’s offices.
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COVID-19 outbreak identified at Algonquin restaurant

The McHenry County Department of Health (MCDH) has identified a COVID-19 outbreak at Eat at Syrup, 2555 Bunker Hill Road in Algonquin. The outbreak is under investigation, so it is unknown how many cases are linked to the business at this time. The restaurant is fully cooperating with MCDH and...
ALGONQUIN, IL

‘Groundbreaking program’: McHenry County creates countywide police social worker program

The McHenry County Sheriff’s Office is partnering with local police departments to have social workers respond alongside officers to certain calls involving mental health crises. Officials called it a “groundbreaking program,” which was developed in cooperation with the McHenry County Sheriff’s Office, the McHenry County Board, and the McHenry County...
MCHENRY COUNTY, IL
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