COVID-19: Illinois hospitalization, infection rates steady
CHICAGO – The Illinois Department of Public Health on Monday announced 2,294 new cases of coronavirus disease (COVID-19) across the state including 59 additional deaths.
- Coles County: one women in her 90s
- Cook County: three men in their 40s, two women in their 50s, three men in their 50s, four women in their 60s, seven men in their 60s, four women in their 70s, eight men in their 70s, one unknown person in their 70s, one woman in their 80s, 10 men in their 80s, one unknown person in their 80s, two women in their 90s, three men in their 90s, and one unknown person in their 90s
- DuPage County: one woman in her 50s, one woman in her 80s
- Kane County: one man in his 80s
- Kendall County: one woman in her 90s
- St. Clair County: one man in his 70s
- Will County: one man in his 50s
- Winnebago County: one woman in her 90s, one man in his 90s
Currently, 96,485 people 100 counties have been diagnosed with COVID-19. The death toll as of Monday is 4,234.
Within the past 24 hours, laboratories have processed 21,297 coronavirus tests for a total of 603,241. The rolling seven-day, statewide infection rate is currently 14%.
There are 4,102 people hospitalized with COVID-19 symptoms as of this report. That includes 1,096 patients in intensive care. There are 636 ventilators in use.