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Protecting Ourselves & Our Community

Protecting Ourselves & Our Community

Protecting Ourselves & Our Community

Important COVID FAQs

Important COVID FAQs

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Important COVID FAQs

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Ask Dr. Lundin

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Updates from President Holsey

Updates from President Holsey

Updates from President Holsey

Updates from the Wellness Center

Updates from the Wellness Center

Updates from the Wellness Center

Stockbridge-Munsee Health & Wellness Center

COVID-19 Testing Results as of 4/9/21

Total tested

5,188 (+33 since last reporting period)

Total Negative Counts

4,908 

Total pending

0

Total Positive Cases

280  +2 since last reporting period

Total Positive Cases live in Shawano or Menominee counties

257

Total ever hospitalized

17

Active cases

7

Recovered Cases

270

Deaths

3

Stockbridge-Munsee Health & Wellness Center

COVID-19 Vaccinations Administered

 

4,284 doses of Covid-19 vaccine have been administered by the Tribe as of 4/9/2021

Count of fully vaccinated people:  1,875

 

Count of people who received both doses of vaccination (Pfizer or Moderna):  1,865

Count of people who received first dose of vaccination and are awaiting 2nd dose (Pfizer or Moderna):  544

Count of people who received single dose (Johnson & Johnson): 10

 

The next mass vaccination event is April 21st and 22nd at the bingo hall.  The 21st will be doses of Pfizer with a focus on those aged 16 and 17.

 

The tribe also has a supply of Janssen (Johnson & Johnson) single dose vaccine.

 

Count of People Who Received Both Doses

 1,865

Count of People Who Received 1st Dose & Waiting For 2nd Dose

544

Patients of the SMHWC:

Please be sure to update your contact information with the clinic.  This will help the clinic to schedule a Covid-19 vaccination if you want one.

Please call 715-793-4144 option 0 to update your contact information.

"Please note that the coronavirus vaccine gives 95% chance of protection against COVID-19, but that is only a week after the booster dose. So even after the vaccine, and especially after having received just the first vaccine shot, patients should continue social distancing, washing hands, etc." - 
Michael S Lundin MD 
Stockbridge Munsee Health and Wellness Center