Rock Island County, IL

Rock Island County, ILKWQC

Rock Island County Health Dept. reports ‘no new cases’ of COVID-19

ROCK ISLAND Co., Ill. (KWQC) - Rock Island County Health County officials on Tuesday announced no new reported cases of COVID-19 in the county. “We are happy there are no new cases to report today,” county health department Administrator Nita Ludwig said in a release. “We feel that our vaccination efforts are working to keep people protected from infection. Please get vaccinated at your earliest opportunity so that we can help end this pandemic.”
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Rock Island County,

COVID-19 Numbers Are Dropping

Administrator Nita Ludwig is glad there are no new cases to report, saying vaccinations are working to keep people from getting infected. 39% of all Rock Island County residents have been fully vaccinated. 46% of residents 12 and older, that's all who are eligible, are fully vaccinated. And 71% county...
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Davenport, IAQuad-Cities Times

The week in COVID-19: There are two ways to count vaccinations

The week in COVID-19 brought news of two more virus-related deaths, the mid-July closure of the state-run testing center in Davenport and continued low new-case counts in both Rock Island County and Scott County. Rock Island County's latest seven-day positivity rate checked in at 0.8% Friday, while Scott County's rate...
Moline, ILQuad Cities Onlines

Update: Cyclist killed Thursday in Moline identified

A cyclist who was hit by a car and killed Thursday has been identified. Debbie L. Schroder, 78, of Moline was hit on the 3600 block of 70th Street Court, Moline, Rock Island County Coroner Brian Gustafson said. When Moline police were called at 9:35 a.m., Schroder was trapped under...
Rock Island County,

Augustana Begins Engineering Degree Program

Doctor Nathan Frank, Associate Professor of Physics, says in recent years interest has been growing, and the US Bureau of Labor Statistics estimates 140,000 new engineering jobs will be created by 2026. "Augustana is answering the call by developing an innovative engineering program, with focuses in mechanical, civil, and environmental...
Iowa StateQuad Cities Onlines

Test Iowa site in Davenport to close July 16

The Iowa Department of Public Health reported a COVID-19 death Wednesday in Scott County — the fourth virus-related death in the Quad-Cities since last Friday. Scott County's 247th COVID-19 death since the start of the pandemic was reported as the same Iowa health officials adjusted the county's total case count, reducing the number by nine. Since the start of the pandemic, state health officials have confirmed 21,736 total cases in Scott County.