Preventing COVID-19 Spread in Communities

Click for the Public Health Department COVID-19 Headquarters

Protect yourself and your community from getting and spreading respiratory illnesses like COVID-19 (Coronavirus). Everyone has a role to play in getting ready and staying healthy.

Calhoun Data
Last updated: 10:20 a.m.,  Wednesday Nov. 25, 2020
Isolation and quarantine orders information will be updated Friday, Nov. 25.
The tables below are updated once daily Monday-Friday. 
Total Laboratory Confirmed
COVID-19 Cases
Total Hospitalizations* Total Deaths
4964 273 107

Note: Total Hospitalizations data is cumulative.

 Current Lab-confirmed COVID-19 Persons in Hospital Beds  Persons Released from Isolation Orders  Persons Released from Quarantine Orders 
46  1697 1074

Notes: Current persons in hospital beds reflects the most current number of laboratory-confirmed cases of COVID-19 presently being treated in Calhoun County facilities.
Persons released from isolation reflects laboratory-confirmed COVID-19 patients who has been monitored by CCPHD and released in accordance with CDC guidance.
Persons released from quarantine reflects those who were in close contact with confirmed COVID-19 patients who have been monitored by CCPHD and released in accordance with CDC guidance.

See Cumulative Data

Click for Calhoun County's COVID-19 Dashboard (Visit the mobile version)

Sign up to receive all Joint Operations Center communications

The Calhoun County Joint Operations Center formed March 23, 2020, and has sent unified communications since then. Click here to see all JOC communications.

Looking for county operations information? Visit

Although County buildings are closed to the public at this time, many hearings continue as scheduled via Zoom or other video or phone-conferencing method. Individuals can see if a hearing is still scheduled on the Court Dockets website, then click on the appropriate Judge/Referee hearing the case. For the most updated information about jury trials, please visit the Jury Services website.
To learn more about a specific case or to file an emergency pleading or petition, please contact the appropriate court.