Johnson County Healthcare Center and Johnson County Public Health now have Pfizer pediatric COVID-19 vaccination doses available for children ages 5-11. These will be available at mass clinics on Nov 19 at the American Legion, 2-6pm.
Moderna booster shots are now available to residents who received their second COVID-19 dose at least six months ago, and fulfill at least one of the following requirements: 65 years or older, or over 18 and live in long-term care settings living with underlying medical conditions living or working in high-risk settings with the public… Continue reading COVID-19 Booster Clinics Start Nov. 5 in Buffalo
While the FDA has approved a booster vaccination for the immunocompromised, Johnson County will not be administering booster doses until approval comes through the Wyoming Department of Health. The CDC advisory panel will be meeting Friday August 13 to discuss the recommendations. Johnson County Public Health will not be keeping a waiting list for booster… Continue reading Johnson County Public Health Announcement: COVID Vaccination Booster Update
Hello Johnson County School District #1 Families – welcome to the 2021-2022 school year! As you know, COVID-19 is unfortunately still a part of our lives and we will be continuing to actively monitor students and staff for signs and symptoms of this virus. We have a layered approach to COVID prevention, including currently only… Continue reading Johnson County School District Update
As of Monday, August 2, 2021, masks will not be required for students and staff in Johnson County School District #1. The safety and health of staff, students and community remains to be a top priority for the district as we get ready to start the year. The federal requirements of masks on federal transportation… Continue reading Johnson County Task Force Announcement
Effective immediately, visitors and patients will be required to screen prior to entering the facility and wear a mask in all areas. Non-COVID positive inpatients will be limited to two visitors (no one under the age of 12). Entrances into the facility will be limited to The Family Medical Center on the east side of… Continue reading Johnson County Healthcare Center Requires Masks in All Areas
COVID-19 vaccines are effective at helping protect against severe disease and death from COVID-19, including the Delta variant. While COVID-19 vaccines are working well, some people who are fully vaccinated against COVID-19 will still get sick, because no vaccines are 100% effective. These are called vaccine breakthrough cases. However, data suggest that vaccination may make symptoms less… Continue reading Johnson County Healthcare Announcement: COVID-19 Vaccines are Safe & Effective
Welcome to the 2021-2022 school year! As you know, COVID-19 is unfortunately still a part of our lives and we will be continuing to actively monitor students and staff for signs and symptoms of this virus. We have a layered approach to COVID prevention, including currently only recommending face coverings, enhanced cleaning and sanitizing protocols,… Continue reading JCSD1 Welcomes Students Back
Johnson County Healthcare Center stands ready to respond to the healthcare needs of Johnson County throughout the COVID pandemic. We are diligent in ensuring we provide a safe environment for everyone who steps foot inside of our building to seek medical care.
To access the most up-to-date statewide and county-specific COVID data in Wyoming, please visit https://sites.google.com/wyo.gov/covid-19/home then click CASE DATA. To view only Johnson County data, click the dropdown labeled Select View by County, and select Johnson County.