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NOTE: The pubic access station on Mediacom Channel 13 is experiencing technical difficulties that may not be resolved in the foreseeable future due to the Stay and Shelter order.
COVID-19 Vaccination Website
Governor Pritzker Announces COVID-19 Vaccination Website 1/25/21
Coronavirus.Illinois.Gov Will Host Vaccination Locations, Vaccination Appointment Information, FAQs, & Updates on Vaccination Plan
UPDATE 2/10/21 Gov. Pritzker Announces Expansion of Phase 1B Eligibility on February 25th
Phase 1B Eligibility Will Expand to Individuals With Comorbidities and Underlying Conditions; Will Prioritize Those with Disabilities
QUINCY — In light of a steadily increasing federal vaccine supply, Illinois is making plans to expand Phase 1B eligibility on February 25 to people who have comorbidities and underlying conditions as defined by the CDC. In addition, Illinois will also prioritize individuals with disabilities.
The Pritzker administration will begin working with local health departments and other providers across the state to include these additional higher-risk individuals into their community vaccination plans in the weeks ahead. Those health departments that have substantially completed their existing Phase 1B population prior to the February 25 statewide expansion date will be able to move forward earlier at the determination of local public health officials and IDPH.
This expansion applies to individuals 16 and older who aren’t otherwise covered in previous eligibility categories.
In accordance with the CDC guidelines, Illinois is using the below guiding framework for what qualifies as a high-risk medical condition once Phase 1B expands on February 25.
This list is subject to change as guidance evolves and does not reflect an order of priority:
• Chronic Kidney Disease
• COPD (Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease)
• Heart Condition
• Immunocompromised State from a Solid Organ Transplant
• Pulmonary Disease
• Sickle Cell Disease
To date, the State of Illinois has used more than 78 percent of its vaccine on hand (not including the federal government’s Long-Term Care Vaccination program and the separate supply of the City of Chicago). All three vaccination efforts have together delivered approximately 1.5 million shots, including 1.15 million first doses, to date.
Illinois’ current statewide seven-day rolling case positivity rate is 3.3 percent as of February 10 – the lowest rate since July 2020.
Residents Assistance Programs
Several programs are in place to provide financial assistance for residents.
IHDA Emergency Rental Assistance Program - Applications Aug 10 thru Aug 21, 2020. Due to expected high volume of applications the window may close early.
Nicor Gas wants to remind customers who may be eligible for financial assistance to take advantage of funds available to help offset winter heating costs. Details can be found on the Nicor Gas website
Drug Disposal Program
Le Roy Police Department is a year round drop off site for safe disposal of expired or unused prescription drugs.
Drop off box is located in the lobby at 110 S East St.
Questions may be directed to Le Roy Police non-emergency phone # 309-962-3310.
This map shows the City's 4 wards.