COVID Dashboard

Page last updated 5/24/22

Tests, Cases & Positivity Rates from the Combined Zip Codes of District 233

(Homewood 60430; Flossmoor 60422; Chicago Heights 60411; Glenwood 60425;
Hazel Crest 60429 & Olympia Fields 60461)

Source: Northwestern University
http://covid-dashboard.fsm.northwestern.edu/

 

Data for 04/18/2022 (7-Day)

  • Rolling Average Number Tested Per Day: 1,144.9
  • Rolling Average Number of Positive COVID Test Per Day: 18.6
  • Rolling Average COVID Positivity Rate: 1.62%
  • Number of New Cases Per 100,000 Population: 112.8

 

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TO REPORT A CASE OR QUARANTINE TO DISTRICT 233:

This page shows data related to COVID-19 cases and quarantines within District 233 Homewood-Flossmoor Community High School. Cases and quarantines will be updated daily as needed. For "POSITIVE CASES" the date reflects the date of the positive COVID-19 test. For "QUARANTINES" the date reflects the first day of a close contact's quarantine period.

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2021-2022 SCHOOL YEAR TOTAL H-F HIGH SCHOOL POSITIVE COVID-19 CASES TO DATE:

  • Students: 411
  • Staff: 81

2021-2022 SCHOOL YEAR TOTAL H-F HIGH SCHOOL QUARANTINES TO DATE:

  • Students: 149
  • Staff: 4

 

To view detailed counts of student cases & quarantines from 1st semester, click here.

To view detailed counts of staff cases & quarantines from 1st semester, click here.

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COMMUNICATIONS

 

COVID-19 VACCINE INFORMATION

    

Updated Nov. 10, 2021

The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) have approved the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine for kids ages 5-11. Clinical studies have shown the vaccine to be safe and very effective, preventing 90% of symptomatic infections in children ages 5-11. Kids also had fewer side effects from the vaccine than teens and adults. Anyone over the age of 5 years old can get vaccinated — it is free for all, regardless of insurance or immigration status.

There are a number of local resources that are now available for parents, students and family households for individuals who are age 5 and older. In an effort to meet the needs of those individuals who would like to receive the vaccination, there are several providers including the Cook County Department of Public Health, Jewel-Osco and Walgreens who are supporting the need to provide vaccinations to individuals who reside in the south Suburbs. Click here for a list of locations in Cook County. More vaccine information is available from your family physician and at your local pharmacy.

 

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