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Information related to COVID-19 affecting Logan County IL.

Logan County Current Statistics

Logan County Department of Public Health

Memorial Health System  - Includes daily statistics for MHS and a COVID-19 Risk Screening

State of Illinois Coronavirus Website

Business Resources related to COVID-19  If you have questions about an event, procedures for your business, or questions relating to any of the Governor's Executive Orders, please contact the Illinois Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity

If you think you have been exposed to COVID‑19 and develop a fever and symptoms, such as cough or difficulty breathing, call your healthcare provider for medical advice.

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kent county health dept sexting comic cover 020912 20120209173324 640 480Sexting is sending sexually explicit text or photographs from mobile devices.  Sexting can lead to embarrassment and can also be a felony in Illinois.

Do not send a sexually provocative picture of yourself to another person.  Once the photograph is sent, it can't be taken back.  That picture can surface in a number of ways or be shared by the person you sent it to without your knowledge.  Many times photos are shared between a girlfriend or a boyfriend, but what if the relationship doesn't last. 

In 2010, Gov Pat Quinn signed into a law a new state statue that would be a less of a punishment for those under 18 years of age. However, the law is very specific and only incorporates the sending of pictures.  Mere possession of child pornography can still be charged as a felony and require the person to register as a sex offender for up to 10 years.

If you receive sexually explicity photos of someone you know to be under 18 years of age, delete them immediately.  Notify the sender that the pictures are of a child and should be deleted immediately. If they continue to send you pictures, notify the proper authorities.  If you forward the picture to someone else, you can also be charged with a crime!

Sexting: How Teens Can Stay Safe

Sexting: How Parents Can Keep Their Kids Safe

Kent County, MI, Comic Book for Teens on Sexting - "Message Sent"

Illinois State Law for Sexting

Illinois State Law for Child Pornography

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    The Lincoln Police Department occasionally has unclaimed property.  As per Illinois State Statue we must give notice that we will be auctioning property.   The Lincoln Police Department utilizes Ebay to auction property.  You can purchase property online at the following address: http://www.ebay.com/usr/lincolnpd911   If you have any questions or concerns about any property listed on the Ebay site, please contact our department at 217-732-2151 and ask to speak with the property officer....

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Information is available on the following sites:
Logan County Current Statistics

Memorial Health System  - Includes daily statistics for MHS and a COVID-19 Risk Screening

Local Business Resources
Logan County Department of Public Health
Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH)
Centers of Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)

 

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