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Yes, Lenawee County has COVID-19 tests.
Individuals who have symptoms of COVID 19 should contact their primary care physician who will assess them and order testing if indicated. If you do not have primary care physician, you can receive care at Adrian Urgent Care or Family Medical Center. Please contact the Lenawee County Health Department at 517-264-5226 option 5 if you need further assistance.
Testing is done by appointment only and must be ordered by a health care provider. Lenawee County residents are being tested by ProMedica Health System at Herrick Hospital.
ProMedica Health System is performing tests daily as ordered by health care providers by appointment at outpatient facilities.
No. The cases reported for Lenawee are only residents of Lenawee County. The patients that may be brought in from other areas are counted by their home county according to the State’s reporting guidelines.
Michigan Department of Corrections prisoner numbers are reported separately. Staff numbers are included in the Lenawee County numbers if the staff member is a Lenawee County resident.
In Lenawee County, you need orders from a healthcare provider to get testing at any of the outpatient facilities through Promedica. There are other testing facilities outside of the county and a the State of Michigan has a test finder here. Please contact these facilities first before you go to determine their requirements and your testing eligibility prior to travel.
The Center for Family Health in Jackson is seeing new patients and will see you even if you don’t have insurance. They have a sliding scale for payment and will not refuse treatment if you do not have the ability to pay. They also have tests available on site.
To break the chain of infection, the Health Department will contact residents who have been in close contact with someone who has tested positive for COVID-19. Close contact is defined as anyone who was within 6 feet of the COVID positive person for more than 10 minutes during the two days before symptoms appeared. The Health Department will contact those residents who may be at risk of infection and give them information to help them understand how to keep others safe. They will be asked to stay home, monitor themselves for illness, and seek help if they are ill.
No names are released and everyone’s identities are protected. The Health Department will never ask for personal identification, like your social security number, driver’s license, or credit card information.
All long term care facilities in Lenawee County have tested residents if they exhibited any symptoms associated with COVID-19. These facilities have the option to test all residents and staff through an effort led by the National Guard. While the testing is valuable in the sense that asymptomatic positive individuals can be identified, it only gives a snapshot of a moment in time. Precautions must continue and, if patients or staff become symptomatic, it will be crucial to test, isolate, and trace quickly to prevent outbreaks at these facilities.
The Michigan Department of Corrections conducted statewide testing of all prisoners during May. Staff were offered testing on a volunteer basis.
The Lenawee County Health Department has been working in conjunction with the Migrant Resource Council during this pandemic to make sure workers have access to screening and preventative supplies, as well as providing information regarding testing if necessary.
Our website is translatable into Spanish and we have been posting information in Spanish throughout this crisis.
If you have been in close contact with your co-worker: You should self-quarantine away from others for 14 days since the last day you had contact with that person. Your employer might contact you with further instructions. We will call you to discuss your risk and provide quarantine information. If you develop symptoms of respiratory illness, and are concerned about your health, please call your healthcare provider.
If you have not been in close contact with your co-worker: You should monitor yourself for symptoms of respiratory illness and remember to practice good physical distancing, but quarantine may not required. It is possible that your employer or the Health Department will contact you. You should follow any instructions from your employer and the Health Department carefully. If you develop any symptoms, you should self-isolate at home and contact a healthcare provider if you are concerned about your health. Remember to follow appropriate precautions for cleaning your work area, hand hygiene, and respiratory etiquette.