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Coronavirus News February 4, 2022

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Since February 2nd, Collier County has had 78,527 confirmed cases, a 3% increase from the week before. There’s been a 2.7 increase in total deaths compared to last week, with a total of 1,004 deaths. Florida had 16,883 new cases on February 1st of this year.


If you wish to get vaccinated, there are locations in immokalee that are offering free vaccine administrations. From Monday february 7th to Friday February 11th, The Department of Health (DOH) in Immokalee will be providing free COVID-19 vaccines at the DOH Immokalee office located at 419 N. First Street, Immokalee from 9 a.m. to 4pm. No appointment is necessary. 2nd dose Moderna vaccines and1 dose Johnson and Johnson will be made available to all adults. 2nd dose Pfizer vaccines will also be available for anyone 5 years and older. A parent or legal guardian must accompany minors receiving the vaccine.

If you wish to get tested for the coronavirus, Healthcare Network will provide free COVID-19 testing from monday february 7th to Thursday, February 10th, from 2 to 6 p.m. at Immokalee Community Park located at 321 N. 1st Street. Rapid testing and PCR testing will be made available, first come first served basis for all ages. Those receiving tests do not need to be patients of Healthcare Network, and a physician or provider referral is not required, and. Face coverings are required.

The Department of Health will also be offering free covid-19 testing on Sunday, february 13th, at 419 North First Street, Immokalee every Sundays from 9 a.m. - 12 p.m. Only PCR testing will be available with results in 3 to 4 days. Testing will be on a first-come, first-served basis, and facemasks are required.

More information about the vaccine distribution or coronavirus testing in immokalee, visit healthcareswfl.org.