Updates are being made rapidly regarding COVID-19 (Novel Coronavirus-19). Please visit this page for updated information from Cherokee Regional Medical Center and Cherokee County Public Health. We will strive to keep you informed. Cherokee County Public Health will provide COVID-19 updates and details through Cherokee Regional’s website dedicated COVID-19 page, Cherokee Regional’s Facebook page, Cherokee County Public Health’s Facebook page, local area newspapers, KCHE radio, and other forms of communication throughout the communities we serve in Cherokee County.
To protect our patients, families, healthcare workers and community, and to prevent further spread of germs, visitor restrictions have been implemented. Updated Visitor Restrictions 10-17-22
Cherokee County Public Health encourages those 6 months and older to receive a COVID-19 vaccine. Contact your local provider, Cherokee County Public Health, or pharmacy for details on how to get vaccinated.
COVID-19 is spreading throughout the US and is present in Iowa. Cherokee Regional Medical Center is asking patients to take precautions to help keep themselves and others safe! First, call your clinic or Cherokee Regional Medical Center if you have a fever, cough and shortness of breath. A health professional will conduct a phone screening, then advise you on further action.
Iowa Department of Public Health – Up-to-date information on diagnosed cases in Iowa, news bulletins and prevention tips.
Centers for Disease Control & Prevention – The CDC is monitoring the spread of COVID-19 across the United States, and serves as a source for the latest information.