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Fighting COVID-19 in Glendale Heights

Glendale Heights continues to have a high number of positive tests of COVID-19, and we are asking the community to do their best to help slow the spread. Please remember the 3-W's in helping combat COVID-19 in the Glendale Heights community: Wear a mask, Wash your hands, Watch your distance. The Governor, along with health experts in the field, continue to make difficult decisions to keep Illinoisans safe, including mandates of the closing of indoor dining at local establishments, events having a capacity of 25 people, and more. Additionally, public health officials continue to urge Illinoisans to stay home as much as possible and avoid social settings that could spread COVID-19.

Those experiencing symptoms should call a health care provider who will help arrange medical treatment without putting others at risk of exposure or you can be tested at a number of free testing sites located across the Chicagoland area (see below for testing sites).

The Illinois Department of Public Health has a statewide COVID-19 hotline and website to answer any questions from the public or to report a suspected case: call 800.889.3931 or visit www.dph.illinois.gov.

COVID-19 Vaccinations

The Dupage County Health Department has COVID-19 vaccines available. Please visit their website at www.dupagehealth.org to learn more or contact your Primary Care Provider who will be able to better assist you.




State of Emergency

The following documents are the Declarations of Emergency, the Declarations of Disaster, and Executive Orders signed by the Mayor. The Mayor and the Village Board are here for you and your families, and will do everything in their power to ensure our community is safe. Please contact them if you have any questions or concerns during these difficult times. We are all in this together.

ComEd Financial Assistance

As the economy reopens, ComEd understands some of you may continue to experience financial hardship. ComEd can help find a financial assistance solution that's right for you.

PDF: ComEd Financial Assistance Fact Sheet

Nicor Gas Financial Assistance

Nicor Gas offers a bill payment assistance program that remains available to support Nicor Gas residential customers who have past-due balances and may be affected by the ongoing pandemic.

PDF: Nicor Gas Energy Assistance Flyer

DuPage County Small Business Relief Program

Choose DuPage offers small grant opportunities through their website. To view any grant opportunities through Choose Dupage, please visit www.choosedupage.com.

Small Businesses Resources

DCEO is working diligently to secure access to helpful resources for small businesses throughout the State of Illinois and has compiled these helpful links regarding COVID-19 resources for small businesses.

For more information on small business assistance, please visit the DCEO website.

PDF: Small Business Administration Disaster Loan Application
PDF: Front-Line Staff Information for SBA Economic Injury Disaster Loan Program
PDF: SBA Disaster Assistance in Response to the Coronavirus Handout
PDF: SBA Economic Injury Disaster Loans Webinar Materials
PDF: American Rescue Plan Act Signed Into Law by President Biden
PDF: How the American Rescue Plan Act of 2021 Can Help Your Locality Recover & Rebuild

Website: Small Business Relief Grant Program
Website: Biden Administration takes steps to promote equitable access to SBA relief

Tax Resources for Small Businesses

Website: Small Business and Self-Employed One-Stop Resource
Website: Small Business Forms & Instructions
Website: Small Business Events
Website: Small Business Webinars
Website: e-File for Businesses and Self-Employed
Website: Businesses with Employees
Website: Small Business Products
Website: Self-Employed Individuals
Website: S Corporations

Other Tax Resources

Website: IRS.gov
Website: Find it Fast!
Website: All Forms and Instructions
Website: Filing Your Taxes
Website: Make a Payment
Website: Taxpayer Advocate Service
Website: Retirement Plans
Website: Tax Information for Charities
Website: and Other Non-Profits
Website: State Links
Website: IRS Social Media

PDF: SSA/IRS Reporter

COVID-19 Testing Sites

COVID-19 still remains in our community. If you experience any symptoms of COVID-19, please contact your Primary Care Provider to schedule a test or visit www.testdirectly.com/dupage.

Health Department Updates

Dr. Ngozi Ezike, the Director of the Illinois Department of Public Health, said today that we should be concerned about a second wave of COVID-19 and if that second wave hits along within flu season, it may be even more difficult. For that reason, Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) may be more important than ever if we hit the second wave later this year. We've been on the front lines making sure that PPE reaches are healthcare workers and first responders, and we'll be there for the second wave also.

The need for PPE in the future is just another reason to support our not for profit organization. Please keep "DuPage Health Matters" our 501(c)(3) organization, in mind during Giving Days DuPage, which continues through May 14th. The link to our page is HERE. There are many fine organizations participating in the first annual event and we're proud to be advocating for public health at this historic time.

The Governor's Executive Order known as the "Stay at Home Order" was instituted in order to bend the curve to allow hospitals to build greater capacity and not be overrun by COVID-19 patients in need of ICU beds and ventilators. As reported previously, Illinois as a whole, and the hospital region serving DuPage specifically, has not been overrun by patients with extreme conditions due to the virus. As of yesterday, Illinois hospitals reported 1,226 patients are currently in ICU beds. 30% of the ICU rooms are available. Likewise, 781 ventilators are being used by COVID 19 patients and 59% of the ventilators statewide are available.

West Suburban Region Hospitals Graphic Insert

Region 8 is wherein the DuPage hospital system is located. As you can see by the graph, our hospitals remain well below capacity for ICU bed use and ventilator use.

As for the case counts today, the DuPage County Health Department confirmed COVID-19 cases have increased to 1,861 cases compared to 1,759 yesterday. 99 deaths have occurred, as of today, compared to 94 DuPage residents reported as of yesterday. DuPage statistics indicate 68% of our deaths up from 63.8% yesterday, or 64 of our 99 deaths, from COVID-19 have been nursing home deaths. That number is especially troubling since the 70 and above age group (both in long-term care facilities and the community) represents only about 22% of DuPage confirmed cases. The 5 additional DuPage deaths from COVID 19 since yesterday are as follows:

DuPage County Health Department (DCHD) announces five additional deaths of persons with COVID-19 infection reported since yesterday:

  • Male resident of a Naperville long-term care facility in his 80s with underlying conditions,
  • Female resident of a Bloomingdale long-term care facility in her 70s with underlying conditions,
  • Female resident of a Glen Ellyn long-term care facility in her 80s with underlying conditions,
  • Female resident of an Oak Brook long-term care facility in her 90s with underlying conditions, and
  • Male resident of DuPage County in his 90s with underlying conditions who had been living in the community.

Illinois has made the nursing home deaths available online and you can search by county to find those cases and deaths. This is the link for that page.

The Illinois Department of Public Health announced today that there are 1,551 new cases compared to 1,151 new cases yesterday and 1,197 new cases the day before. The total confirmed cases in Illinois now total 33,059 compared to 31,508 yesterday. The state announced an additional 119 deaths compared to 59 deaths yesterday and 33 deaths the day before. The death total in Illinois is now 1,468 compared to 1,349 yesterday and 1,290 the day before. Illinois has now performed 154,997 tests compared to 148,358 tests yesterday and 143,318 tests the day before.

The specific number of cases and deaths in surrounding counties, as of today, are as follows:

  • Chicago has 13,554 cases and 569 deaths compared to 13,013 cases and 514 deaths yesterday and 12,533 cases and 492 the day before.
  • Suburban Cook County has 9,627 cases and 433 deaths compared to 9,088 cases and 401 deaths yesterday and 8,739 cases and 385 deaths the day before.
  • Lake County reported 2,287 cases and 87 deaths compared to 2,216 cases and 82 deaths yesterday and 2,162 cases and 75 the day before.
  • Will County reported 1,736 cases and 105 deaths compared to 1,692 cases and 102 deaths yesterday and 1,643 cases and 101 deaths the day before.
  • Kane County has 684 cases and 33 deaths compared to 638 cases and 31 yesterday and 605 cases and 30 deaths the day before.
  • McHenry has 368 cases and 20 deaths compared to 351 cases and 17 deaths yesterday and 340 cases and 17 deaths the day before.
  • Kendall County has 146 cases and 3 deaths compared to 138 cases and 3 deaths yesterday and 135 cases and 3 deaths the day before.

International statistics from the World Health Organization and CDC provide the following breakdown of cases from earlier today:

  • Worldwide Cases total 2,530,095 cases compared to 2,442,924 cases yesterday and 2,372,993 cases the day before.
  • Deaths worldwide total 174,727 compared to 167,926 yesterday and 163,637 the day before
  • Number of people who have recovered worldwide is 667,624 compared to 640,196 yesterday and 611,747 the day before

Globally, there are 1,687,744 active cases compared to 1,634,802 active cases yesterday and 1,597,609 active cases the day before. The active cases are divided between 'mild condition' cases and 'serious or critical condition' cases. Active mild cases continue to be 97% of the cases.

  • Worldwide mild condition cases: 1,629,979 cases compared to 1,578,546 yesterday and cases 1,543,153 the day before.
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases: 57,765 cases compared to 56,256 cases yesterday and 54,456 cases the day before.
  • Closed cases internationally total 842,351 cases compared to 808,122 cases yesterday and 775,384 the day before.

The United States shows slightly more "mild" condition cases compared to global statistics that differentiate between mild and serious case percentages. The trend has continued from early this week.

  • United States confirmed cases: 803,575 compared to 770,076 yesterday and 742,459 the day before
  • US Deaths: 43,663 compared to 41,316 yesterday and 39,651 deaths the day before
  • Total US Recoveries: 75,317 compared to 71,489 yesterday and compared to 68,658 the day before.
  • US Active cases: 684,595 active cases compared to 657,271 active cases yesterday and 634,150 active cases the day before
  • Mild condition: 670,644 (xxx) compared to 643,705 (97.9%) yesterday and 620,599 (97.8%) the day before
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases: 13,951 (XXX) compared to 13,566 (2.1%) yesterday and 13,551 (2.2%) the day before.

At times, the daily numbers regarding positive tests and deaths may make everyone wonder if everyone is getting this virus and are the majority of cases having life threatening outcomes. Dr. Ezike, the Director of the Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH), has been periodically updating us on positive outcomes at the state level. Each time, Dr. Ezike reminds us that for most people that contract this virus, the symptoms are minor. Similarly, numbers below indicate that 98% of the cases nationally and 97% internationally are considered "mild" and don't require hospitalization.

IDPH surveys COVID-19 patients and the results indicate, as Dr. Ezike has preached, most people who contract the virus will recover quickly and completely. Many people who have the virus have minor or no symptoms and are not even tested so they aren't even part of the cohort that makes up some of the statistics that are provided on a daily basis. Even the reported recovery numbers statewide, according to the IDPH surveys, find that almost 60 percent of the people recover within 2 weeks and 77 percent are recovered fully within four weeks. In addition, nationally, the percentage of cases that are 'critical' or 'serious' dropped again and now represents less than 2 percent of the cases. Those are encouraging statistics and remind us that we should continue to do our part. People with underlying conditions, like obesity, may have more difficulty in the recovery process.

The DuPage County Health Department's health promotions team prepared a video that let's everyone know that they can do their part in preventing the spread of this virus. You may share this link with all of your contacts. The health promotions team can produce public service announcements like this on many programs and initiatives. In order to reach people about important subjects like preventing the spread of viruses and eliminating obesity we need support for our not for profit organization, "DuPage Health Matters", which is accepting donations of all amounts during Giving Days DuPage. The link to our page is HERE.

As you may already have heard, the Governor indicated today that he would be extending his Executive Order, effective May 1st, for another 30 days, with some modifications.

Today, the DuPage County Health Department confirmed COVID-19 cases have increased by 124 cases to a total of 2,075 cases. An addition, 12 deaths are reported resulting in a total of 118 deaths in DuPage County. 84 of the 118 deaths, or 71% of DuPage deaths from COVID-19, have been nursing home deaths. The statistic reinforces Dr. Ezike's comments today in which she once again noted that the virus is attacking the elderly and those with underlying conditions, such as hypertension, type 2 diabetes, obesity, heart disease, and lung disease.

The 12 additional DuPage deaths from COVID-19 since yesterday are as follows:

  • Female resident of a Bloomingdale long-term care facility in her 90s with underlying conditions,
  • Female resident of a Burr Ridge long-term care facility in her 70s with underlying conditions,
  • Male resident of a Westmont long-term care facility in his 60s with underlying conditions,
  • Male resident of an Elmhurst long-term care facility in his 70s with underlying conditions,
  • Female resident of an Elmhurst long-term care facility in her 90s with underlying conditions,
  • Male resident of a Hinsdale long-term care facility in his 80s with underlying conditions,
  • Male resident of a Lombard long-term care facility in his 80s with underlying conditions,
  • Female resident of a Naperville long-term care facility in her 80s with underlying conditions,
  • Female resident of a Westmont long-term care facility in her 70s with underlying conditions,
  • Female resident of an Elmhurst long-term care facility in her 70s with underlying conditions,
  • Male resident of a Burr Ridge long-term care facility in his 80s with underlying conditions, and
  • Male resident of a Westmont long-term care facility in his 70s with underlying conditions.

Illinois has made the nursing home death numbers available online and you can search by county to find those cases and deaths. This is the link for that page. A recent story in the Elmhurst Patch has cast doubts on case numbers released by IDPH. A nursing home complained that the numbers were incorrect and IDPH admitted that the number of cases includes "confirmed cases" and people with similar symptoms but not confirmed positive tests.

The Illinois Department of Public Health announced today that there are 1,826 new cases and 123 deaths compared to 2,049 new cases and 98 deaths yesterday. The total confirmed cases in Illinois now total 36,934 compared to 35,108 yesterday. The death total in Illinois is now 1,688 compared to 1,565 yesterday. Illinois has now performed 173,316 tests compared to 164,346 tests yesterday.

The specific number of cases and deaths in surrounding counties, as of today, are as follows:

  • Chicago has 15,073 cases and 641 deaths compared to 14,394 cases and 604 deaths yesterday.
  • Suburban Cook County has 10,738 cases and 501 deaths compared to 10,152 cases and 468 deaths yesterday
  • Lake County reported 2,540 cases and 100 deaths compared to 2,379 cases and 89 deaths yesterday
  • Will County reported 1,885 cases and 119 deaths compared to 1,820 cases and 110 deaths yesterday
  • Kane County has 863 cases and 39 deaths compared to 764 cases and 37 deaths yesterday
  • McHenry has 419 cases and 26 deaths compared to 399 cases and 22 deaths yesterday
  • Kendall County has 171 cases and 5 deaths compared to 157 cases and 4 deaths yesterday

As you can see by the above numbers, DuPage is doing very well compared to other counties based on a per capita basis. Additional good news on a statewide basis is a report today from the state is that hospitalizations both in the ICU units and with the use of ventilators is flat and not increasing as once feared.

International statistics from the World Health Organization and CDC provide the following breakdown of cases from earlier today:

  • Worldwide Cases total 2,699,818 compared to 2,604,718 yesterday
  • Deaths worldwide total 189,258 compared to 181,433 yesterday
  • Number of people who have recovered worldwide is now 741,104 compared to 712,283 yesterday

Globally, there are 1,769,456 active cases compared to 1,711,002 active cases yesterday. The active cases are divided between 'mild condition' cases and 'serious or critical condition' cases. Active mild cases continue to be 97% of the cases.

  • Worldwide mild condition cases: 1,711,434 cases compared to 1,653,951 yesterday.
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases: 58,022 cases compared to 57,051 cases yesterday.
  • Closed cases internationally total 930,362 compared to 893,716 yesterday.

The United States shows slightly more "mild" condition cases compared to global statistics that differentiate between mild and serious case percentages. The trend has continued from early this week.

  • United States confirmed cases: 870,321 cases compared to 829,013 yesterday.
  • US Deaths: 49,217 compared to 46,147 yesterday
  • Total US Recoveries: 84,825 cases compared to 83,420 yesterday.
  • US Active cases: 736,279 compared to 699,446 active cases yesterday.
  • Mild condition: 722,935 (98.1%) compared to 685,430 (97.9%) yesterday.
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases: 13,344 cases (1.9%) compared to 14,016 cases (2.1%) yesterday. (This stat is promising since these critical cases are the type that can overload the hospital)

Governor Pritzker's announcement this past Thursday that he intends to extend his Executive "Stay at Home" Order has received mixed reactions. Three specific negative reactions were (1) One downstate county sheriff vowing that he will not enforce the order stating that it is unconstitutional; (2) A downstate municipality is contemplating allowing businesses to reopen in defiance of the order; and (3) A lawsuit was filed downstate challenging the Governor's right to extend the order past the 30 days allowed by statute. (I have attached a copy of the complaint and brief).

Governor Pritzker has responded to questions on those threats from the media arguing that the state is in a pandemic and there will be a "new normal".

The actions in opposition to the Governor's order are similar to actions in other states. No matter how those issues are resolved, the new normal will require our local health department to increase our response to health emergencies.

In order to continue to protect the public health, in emergencies and in non-emergency situations, we need support for our not for profit organization,"DuPage Health Matters", which is accepting donations of all amounts during Giving Days DuPage. The link to our page is HERE. Please share this information with your constituents because public health has never been more important as we try to reach more people, in a continuing effort to make DuPage the healthiest county in the country.

Today, the DuPage County Health Department confirmed COVID-19 cases have increased by 124 cases compared to 151 cases yesterday. In addition, we had two deaths compared to 7 deaths yesterday. We now have a total of 2,350 cases and 127 deaths. 93 of the 127 deaths, or 73.2% of DuPage deaths from COVID-19, have been nursing home deaths.

The additional DuPage deaths from COVID-19 since yesterday are as follows:

  • Male resident of a Lisle long-term care facility in his 90s with underlying conditions, and
  • Female resident of an Oak Brook long-term care facility in her 90s with underlying conditions.

Illinois shared good news that hospitalizations, the utilization of ICU beds and ventilators all remain flat and are not threatening hospital capacity as was feared when the stay at home order was instituted here and elsewhere.

The Illinois Department of Public Health announced today that there are 2,119 new cases and 80 deaths during the last 24 hours compared to 2,724 new cases and 108 deaths yesterday. The total confirmed cases in Illinois is 41,777. The death total in Illinois is now 1,874. Illinois has now performed 201,617 tests. Based on the forgoing tests, 20 percent of the people have tested positive since tests became available.

The specific number of cases and deaths in surrounding counties, as of today, are as follows:

  • Chicago has 17,109 cases and 708 deaths compared to 16,112 cases and 678 deaths yesterday
  • Suburban Cook County has 11,949 cases and 559 deaths compared to 11,505 cases and 542 deaths yesterday
  • Lake County reported 2,879 cases and 115 deaths compared to 2717 cases and 105 deaths yesterday
  • Will County reported 2,060 cases and 131 deaths compared to 2,009 cases and 125 deaths yesterday.
  • Kane County has 1,049 case and 38 deaths compared to 962 cases and 39 deaths yesterday.
  • McHenry has 502 cases and 28 deaths compared to 459 cases and 27 deaths yesterday
  • Kendall County has 203 cases and 5 deaths compared to 191 cases and 5 deaths yesterday

As you can see by the above numbers, DuPage is doing very well compared to other counties based on a per capita basis.

International statistics from the World Health Organization and CDC provide the following breakdown of cases from earlier today:

  • Worldwide Cases total 2,893,093 compared to 2,787,868 yesterday
  • Deaths worldwide total 201,664 deaths compared to 194,539 yesterday
  • Number of people who have completely recovered worldwide is now 825,074 compared to 771,074 yesterday (partial recoveries are not included)

Globally, there are 1,866,355 active cases compared to 1,822,255 yesterday. The active cases are divided between 'mild condition' cases and 'serious or critical condition' cases. Active mild cases continue to be 97% of the cases.

  • Worldwide mild condition cases: 1,808,222 cases compared to 1,763,811 yesterday.
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases: 58,133 cases compared to 58,444 yesterday.

The United States shows a higher percentage of "mild" condition cases than the world, but both groups have proven the discussion point by our State Public Health Director, Dr. Ezike, who has continuously noted that most people will have mild or no symptoms.

  • United States confirmed cases: 945,833 cases compared to 895,072 cases yesterday.
  • US Deaths: 53,266 deaths compared to 50,952 yesterday
  • Total US Recoveries: 110,834 complete recoveries compared to 90,261 yesterday.
  • US Active cases: 781,733 cases compared to 753,859 cases yesterday.
  • Mild condition: 766,633 (98%) compared to 738,927 (98%) yesterday.
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases: 15,100 compared to 14,932 cases yesterday.

Today, the DuPage County Health Department confirmed COVID-19 cases have increased by 124 cases compared to 151 cases yesterday. In addition, we had two deaths compared to 7 deaths yesterday. We now have a total of 2447 cass and 131 deaths. 95 of the 131 deaths, or 72.5% of DuPage deaths from COVID-19, have been nursing home deaths.

The additional DuPage deaths from COVID-19 since yesterday are as follows:

  • Male resident of a Naperville long-term care facility in his 80s with underlying conditions,
  • Male resident of an Elmhurst long-term care facility in his 90s with underlying conditions,
  • Male resident of DuPage County in his 60s with underlying conditions who had been living in the community, and
  • Male resident of a Carol Stream long-term care facility in his 80s with underlying conditions.

Statewide, 1,267 COVID patients are occupying 3,631 staffed ICU beds and 772 of those patients are on ventilators. The McCormick Place beds are being rolled back because the state does not foresee the need for additional beds.

The Illinois Department of Public Health announced today that there are 2,126 new cases and 59 deaths compared to 2,119 new cases and 80 deaths yesterday. The total confirmed cases in Illinois is 41,777. The death total in Illinois is now 1,933. Illinois has now performed 214,952 tests.

The specific number of cases and deaths in surrounding counties, as of today, are as follows:

  • Chicago has 17,865 cases and 740 deaths compared to 17,109 cases and 708 deaths yesterday
  • Suburban Cook County has 12,709 cases and 573 deaths compared to 11,949 cases and 559 deaths yesterday
  • Lake County reported 2,990 cases and 118 deaths compared to 2,879 cases and 115 deaths yesterday
  • Will County reported 2,126 cases and 133 deaths compared to 2,060 cases and 131 deaths yesterday.
  • Kane County has 1,109 and 39 deaths compared to 1,049 case and 38 deaths yesterday.
  • McHenry has 513 cases and 28 deaths compared to 502 cases and 28 deaths yesterday
  • Kendall County has 208 cases and 5 deaths compared to 203 cases and 5 deaths yesterday

As you can see by the above numbers, DuPage is doing very well compared to other counties based on a per capita basis.

International statistics from the World Health Organization and CDC provide the following breakdown of cases from earlier today:

  • Worldwide Cases total 2,982,647 compared to 2,893,093 yesterday
  • Deaths worldwide total 206,342 compared to 201,664 deaths yesterday
  • Number of people who have completely recovered worldwide is now 875,299 compared to 825,074 yesterday

Globally, there are 1,901,006 compared to 1,866,355 active cases yesterday. The active cases are divided between 'mild condition' cases and 'serious or critical condition' cases. Active mild cases continue to be 97% of the cases.

  • Worldwide mild condition cases: 1,843,444 compared to 1,808,222 cases yesterday.
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases: 57,562 cases compared to 58,133 cases yesterday and 58,444 on Friday.

The United States shows a higher percentage of "mild" condition cases than the world, but both groups have proven the discussion point by our State Public Health Director, Dr. Ezike, who has continuously noted that most people will have mild or no symptoms.

  • United States confirmed cases: 980,784 compared to 945,833 yesterday.
  • US Deaths: 55,094 compared to 53,266 deaths yesterday
  • Total US Recoveries: 118,735 compared to 110,834 complete recoveries yesterday.
  • US Active cases: 806,955 compared to 781,733 cases yesterday.
  • Mild condition: 791,839 (98%) compared to 766,633 (98%) yesterday.
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases: 15,116 compared to 15,100 yesterday.

Today, the DuPage County Health Department confirmed COVID-19 cases have increased by 178 compared to 124 cases yesterday. In addition, we had four deaths. We now have a total of 2,625 cases and 135 deaths. 97 of the 135 deaths, or 71.8% of DuPage deaths from COVID-19, have been nursing home deaths.

The additional DuPage deaths from COVID-19 since yesterday are as follows:

  • Female resident of a Hinsdale long-term care facility in her 70s with underlying conditions,
  • Female resident of a Bartlett long-term care facility in her 80s with underlying conditions,
  • Male resident of DuPage County in his 70s with underlying conditions who had been living in the community, and
  • Male resident of DuPage County in his 60s with underlying conditions who had been living in the community.

DuPage hospitalization statistics, as shown below, based on surveys of confirmed cases show that 6.6% of COVID-19 patients were in the ICU and 21.1% were hospitalized but not in ICU rooms.

Status of Confirmed Cases in DuPage County Graphic

In Region 8, which is our hospital region for the state, there are 102 available ICU beds out of 500 such beds. Likewise, the region has 218 available ventilators out of 311.

The Governor announced today that statewide the use of ICU beds, over the month have decreased, in part because of the hospitals surging to increase the number of beds.

April 6th 43% of ICU Beds used 2,700 total ICU beds
April 10th 40% of ICU Beds used 2,900 total ICU beds
April 14th 40% of ICU Beds used 3,000 total ICU beds
April 19th 40% of ICU Beds used 3,100 total ICU Beds
April 26th 34 % of ICU Beds Used 3,600 Total ICU Beds

Similarly, the use of ventilators, in part because hospitals are treating some patients without ventilators due to the negative outcomes, has trended in a positive manner.

April 6th 29% of ventilators in use
April 10th 27% of ventilators in use
April 14th 25% of ventilators in use
April 26th 23% of ventilators in use

Those statistics are positive signs as we continue the social distancing guidelines and the "stay at home" order. However, the Illinois Department of Public Health announced today that there are 1,980 new cases and 50 deaths compared to 2,126 new cases and 59 deaths yesterday. The total confirmed cases in Illinois is 45,883. The death total in Illinois is now 1,983. Illinois has now performed 227,628 tests, including 12,678 in the last 24-hour period.

The specific number of cases and deaths in surrounding counties, as of today, are as follows:

  • Chicago has 18,682 cases and 772 deaths compared to 17,865 cases and 740 deaths yesterday
  • Suburban Cook County has 13,271 cases and 575 deaths compared to 12,709 cases and 573 deaths yesterday
  • Lake County reported 3,080 cases and 118 deaths compared to 2,990 cases and 118 deaths yesterday
  • Will County reported 2,173 cases and 136 deaths compared to 2,126 cases and 133 deaths yesterday.
  • Kane County has 1,185 cases and 39 deaths compared to 1,109 and 39 deaths yesterday.
  • McHenry has 538 cases and 28 deaths compared to 513 cases and 28 deaths yesterday
  • Kendall County has 218 cases and 5 deaths compared to 208 cases and 5 deaths yesterday

As you can see by the above numbers, DuPage is doing very well compared to other counties based on a per capita basis.

International statistics from the World Health Organization and CDC provide the following breakdown of cases from earlier today:

  • Worldwide Cases total 3,045,821 compared to 2,982,647 yesterday
  • Deaths worldwide total 210,379 compared to 206,342 deaths yesterday
  • Number of people who have completely recovered worldwide is now 916,367 copared to 875,299 yesterday

Globally, there are 1,919,075 active cases compared to 1,901,006 yesterday. The active cases are divided between 'mild condition' cases and 'serious or critical condition' cases. Active mild cases continue to be 97% of the cases.

LOWER ACTIVE MILD CASES GIVES HOPE TO THOSE WORLDWIDE THAT BELIEVE WE ARE NEARING THE END:

  • Worldwide mild condition cases: 1,862,648 compared to 1,843,444 yesterday.
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases: 56,427 cases compared to 57,562 yesterday

The United States shows a higher percentage of "mild" condition cases than the world, which has been the case for a long time.

  • United States confirmed cases: 1,000,441 compared to 980,784 yesterday.
  • US Deaths: 56,286 compared to 55,094 yesterday
  • Total US Recoveries: 137,465 compared to 118,735 recoveries yesterday.
  • US Active cases: 806,690 active cases compared to 806,955 yesterday.
  • Mild condition: 792,515 (98.3) compared to 791,839 (98%) yesterday.
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases: 14,175 compared to 15,116 yesterday.

(The higher percentage of mild cases in the USA is good news)

Some people have asked for periodic COVID-19 case numbers based on race. I've included two graphs regarding DuPage COVID-19 cases. The first bar graph shows that across all groups, the case rate is higher among African American DuPage County residents compared to white and Asian residents. The African American community is represented by the orange bars in the various age groups. This phenomenon is present in all age groups.

Confirmed Case Rates by Race Graphic

Likewise, the case rate is higher among Hispanic DuPage County residents when compared to non-Hispanic residents. The blue bar below represents the Hispanic population, which has a higher case count that non-Hispanics or all DuPage residents. According to the US Census Bureau, only 14.5 percent of our residents are Hispanic and 5.3% are African American.

Confirmed Case Rates by Ethnicity Graphic

We've seen similar racial disparity numbers at the state level, with positive case numbers for Hispanics and African Americans going well beyond the percentage of the population. Often, the DuPage County Health Department finds itself serving a disproportionate share of minority patients in our clinics for public health services. In order to meet those increased needs, without tax increases, we have developed a not for profit organization. "DuPage Health Matters", our new 501(c)(3) organization is accepting donations of all amounts during Giving Days DuPage. The link to our page is HERE. Please share this information with your constituents because public health has never been more important as we try to reach more people, in a continuing effort to make DuPage the healthiest county in the country.

The State of Illinois reports similar numbers regarding the cases by race as of today.

  • Hispanics have 28.2% of the confirmed cases compared to Census estimate of 17.4% of state population
  • Blacks have 29.7 % of the confirmed cases compared to Census estimate of 14.6% of state population
  • Whites have 31.6% of the confirmed cases compared to Census estimate of 76.9% of state population
Pie Chart

Today, the DuPage County Health Department confirmed COVID-19 cases have increased by 114 cases compared to 178 cases yesterday and compared to 124 cases the day before. In addition, we had three deaths. We now have a total of 2,739 cases and 138 deaths. 100 of the 138 deaths, or 72.4% of DuPage deaths from COVID-19, have been nursing home deaths.

The additional DuPage deaths from COVID-19 since yesterday are as follows:

  • Female resident of an Elmhurst long-term care facility in her 90s with underlying conditions,
  • Male resident of a Lombard long-term care facility in his 80s with underlying conditions, and
  • Male resident of a Wheaton long-term care facility in his 70s with underlying conditions.

The chart below shows you the deaths, statewide, from the first one on March 17th until today for a total of 2,125 deaths. The single worst day for deaths was today and the final bar to the right shows that the deaths were the most since the COVID-19 deaths have been recorded in Illinois after the number descended for five days.

COVID-19 Deaths Bar Graph

The Illinois Department of Public Health announced today that there are 2,219 new cases and 144 deaths compared to 2,126 new cases. The total confirmed cases in Illinois is 48,102. The death total in Illinois is now 2,125. Illinois has now performed 242,189 tests.

The specific number of cases and deaths in surrounding counties, as of today, are as follows:

  • Chicago has 19,594 cases and 803 deaths compared to 17,865 cases and 740 deaths yesterday
  • Suburban Cook County has 13,855 cases and 654 deaths compared to 12,709 cases and 573 deaths yesterday
  • Lake County reported 3,192 cases and 123 cases compared to 2,990 cases and 118 deaths yesterday
  • Will County reported 2,254 cases and 145 deaths compared to 2,126 cases and 133 deaths yesterday.
  • Kane County has 1,308 and 41 deaths compared to 1,109 and 39 deaths yesterday.
  • McHenry has 552 cases and 31 deaths compared to 513 cases and 28 yesterday
  • Kendall County has 235 cases and 5 deaths compared to 208 cases and 5 deaths yesterday

As you can see by the above numbers, DuPage continues to do better than our neighboring counties.

International statistics from the World Health Organization and CDC provide the following breakdown of cases from earlier today:

  • Worldwide Cases total 3,098,313 compared to 3,045,821 yesterday
  • Deaths worldwide total 213,601 compared to 210,379 yesterday
  • Number of people who have completely recovered worldwide is now 938,779 compared to 916,367 yesterday

Globally, there are 1,945,933 active cases compared to 1,919,075 yesterday. The active cases are divided between 'mild condition' cases and 'serious or critical condition' cases. Active mild cases continue to be 97% of the cases.

  • Worldwide mild condition cases: 1,899,820 compared to 1,862,648 yesterday.
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases: 56,113 compared to 56,427 cases compared to 57,562 yesterday (Hopefully, this is a trend that continues)

The United States shows a higher percentage of "mild" condition cases than the world, which has been the case for a long time.

  • United States confirmed cases: 1,016,065 cases compared to 1,000,441 yesterday.
  • US Deaths: 57,123 cases compared to 56,286 yesterday
  • Total US Recoveries: 139,691 compared to 137,465 yesterday.
  • US Active cases: 819,251 compared to 806,690 yesterday.
  • Mild condition: 805,064 (98.3%) compared to 792,515 (98.3) yesterday.
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases: 14,187 compared to 14,175 yesterday.

National Infant Immunization Week is a yearly observance highlighting the importance of protecting children two years and younger from vaccine preventable diseases. The observation began April 25th and ends Saturday May 2. The New York Times reported that data on vaccination rates across the country have dropped coinciding with the COVID-19 pandemic due to a fear of being exposed to the coronavirus, which could lead to outbreaks of vaccine preventable diseases.

The DuPage County Health Department is on the front line fighting the coronavirus but also provides vaccinations and other important public health services that are being impacted by COVID-19. Please be advised "DuPage Health Matters", our new 501(c)(3) organization, is accepting donations of all amounts during Giving Days DuPage. The link to our page is HERE.

Today, the DuPage County Health Department confirmed COVID-19 cases have increased by 159 cases compared to 114 cases yesterday and 178 cases cases the day before. In addition, we had seven deaths. We now have a total of 2,898 cases and 145 deaths. 106 of the 145 deaths, or 73.1% of DuPage deaths from COVID-19, have been nursing home deaths.

The additional DuPage deaths from COVID-19 since yesterday are as follows:

  • Male resident of a Wheaton long-term care facility in his 50s with underlying conditions,
  • Male resident of an Oak Brook long-term care facility in his 90s with underlying conditions,
  • Male resident of an Elmhurst long-term care facility in his 80s with underlying conditions,
  • Male resident of a Westmont long-term care facility in his 90s with underlying conditions,
  • Female resident of a Burr Ridge long-term care facility in her 100s with underlying conditions,
  • Female resident of a Downers Grove long-term care facility in her 80s with underlying conditions, and
  • Female resident of DuPage County in her 50s with underlying conditions who had been living in the community.

The Illinois Department of Public Health announced today that there are 2,253 cases and 92 deaths compared to 2,219 new cases and 144 deaths yesterday. The total confirmed cases in Illinois is 50,355. The death total in Illinois is now 2,215. Illinois has now performed 256,667 tests compared to 242,189 tests, as of yesterday.

The specific number of cases and deaths in surrounding counties, as of today, are as follows:

  • Chicago has 20,413 cases and 851 deaths compared to 19,594 cases and 803 deaths yesterday
  • Suburban Cook County has 14,467 cases and 665 deaths compared to 13,855 cases and 654 deaths yesterday
  • Lake County reported 3,382 cases and 128 deaths compared to 3,192 cases and 123 cases yesterday
  • Will County reported 2,369 cases and 148 deaths compared to 2,254 cases and 145 deaths yesterday.
  • Kane County has 1,412 cases and 45 deaths compared to 1,308 and 41 deaths yesterday.
  • McHenry has 588 cases and 33 deaths compared to 552 cases and 31 deaths yesterday
  • Kendall County has 255 cases and 7 deaths compared to 235 cases and 5 deaths yesterday

As you can see by the above numbers, DuPage continues to do better than our neighboring counties.

Hospitalization rates are slightly higher today statewide with 1290 ICU beds out of 3,589 occupied as of midnight last night. Of those patients, 777 were on ventilators, leaving 3,007 ventilators available for use.

As I've noted before, DuPage hospitals are located in Region 8, where 73 of the 500 ICU beds are available. Likewise, 210 of the 311 ventilators are available.

Region 8 Hospital Statistics

International statistics from the World Health Organization and CDC provide the following breakdown of cases from earlier today:

  • Worldwide Cases total 3,098,313 compared to 3,045,821 yesterday
  • Deaths worldwide total 213,601 compared to 210,379 yesterday
  • Number of people who have completely recovered worldwide is now 938,779 compared to 916,367 yesterday

Globally, there are 1,945,933 active cases compared to 1,919,075 yesterday. The active cases are divided between 'mild condition' cases and 'serious or critical condition' cases. Active mild cases continue to be 97% of the cases.

Worldwide mild condition cases: 1,899,820 compared to 1,862,648 yesterday.

Serious or Critical Condition cases: 56,113 compared to 56,427 cases yesterday and compared to 57,562 the day before.(Hopefully, this is a downward trend, for critical cases, that continues)

The United States shows a higher percentage of "mild" condition cases than the world, which has been a fact almost throughout the entire pandemic.

  • United States confirmed cases: 1,016,065 cases compared to 1,000,441 yesterday.
  • US Deaths: 57,123 cases compared to 56,286 yesterday
  • Total US Recoveries: 139,691 compared to 137,465 yesterday.

US Active cases: 819,251 compared to 806,690 yesterday.

  • Mild condition: 805,064 (98.3%) compared to 792,515 (98.3) yesterday.
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases: 14,187 compared to 14,175 yesterday.

The most vulnerable population in society is those that suffer from mental illness and the DuPage County Health Department has been proudly serving this population through our behavioral health services unit, which includes services through community partnerships, residential crisis, our 24/7 crisis unit, forensic behavioral health, and client services for adults, teens and children. Providing those services has always been financially difficult even in a community like DuPage County. COVID-19 has stretched those dollars and made it more difficult to provide the level of services that are necessary.

With the development of "DuPage Health Matters", our new 501(c)(3) organization, we can help those that need behavioral health services and make DuPage a better place. The not for profit organization is accepting donations of all amounts during Giving Days DuPage. The link to our page is HERE. These donations allow us to maximize the number of people who receive mental health services.

Today, the DuPage County Health Department confirmed COVID-19 cases have increased by 195 cases compared to 159 cases yesterday. In addition, we had nineteen deaths. We now have a total of 3,093 cases and 164 deaths. 121 of the 164 deaths, or 73.7% of DuPage deaths from COVID-19, have been nursing home deaths.

The additional DuPage deaths from COVID-19 since yesterday are as follows:

  • Female resident of DuPage County in her 80s with underlying conditions who had been living in the community,
  • Male resident of a Bloomingdale long-term care facility in his 60s with underlying conditions,
  • Male resident of a Naperville long-term care facility in his 60s with underlying conditions,
  • Male resident of a Westmont long-term care facility in his 90s with underlying conditions,
  • Male resident of a Bloomingdale long-term care facility in his 80s with underlying conditions,
  • Male resident of DuPage County in his 40s with underlying conditions who had been living in the community,
  • Male resident of a Downers Grove long-term care facility in his 90s with underlying conditions,
  • Male resident of a Wheaton long-term care facility in his 70s with underlying conditions,
  • Male resident of a Bloomingdale long-term care facility in his 70s with underlying conditions,
  • Male resident of a Bloomingdale long-term care facility in his 80s with underlying conditions,
  • Male resident of an Elmhurst long-term care facility in his 90s with underlying conditions,
  • Female resident of a Bloomingdale long-term care facility in her 90s with underlying conditions,
  • Female resident of a Westmont long-term care facility in her 80s with underlying conditions,
  • Female resident of DuPage County in her 80s with underlying conditions who had been living in the community,
  • Male resident of a Westmont long-term care facility in his 80s with underlying conditions,
  • Male resident of a Naperville long-term care facility in his 80s with underlying conditions,
  • Male resident of DuPage County in his 80s with underlying conditions who had been living in the community,
  • Female resident of a Lombard long-term care facility in her 80s with underlying conditions, and
  • Female resident of an Elmhurst long-term care facility in her 80s with underlying conditions.

The Illinois Department of Public Health announced today that there are 2,563 cases and 141 deaths compared to 2,253 cases and 92 deaths yesterday after 13,200 new test results were released. The total confirmed cases in Illinois is 52,918. The death total in Illinois is now 2,355. Illinois has now performed 269,867 tests.

The specific number of cases and deaths in surrounding counties, as of today, are as follows:

  • Chicago has 21,491 cases and 894 deaths compared to 20,413 cases and 851 deaths yesterday
  • Suburban Cook County has 15,022 cases and 713 deaths compared to 14,467 cases and 665 deaths yesterday
  • Lake County reported 3,509 cases and 138 deaths compared to 3,382 cases and 128 deaths yesterday
  • Will County reported 2,492 cases and 151 deaths compared to 2,369 cases and 148 deaths yesterday.
  • Kane County has 1,526 cases and 48 deaths compared to 1,412 cases and 45 deaths yesterday.
  • McHenry has 621 cases and 34 deaths compared to 588 cases and 33 deaths yesterday
  • Kendall County has 266 cases and 7 deaths compared to 255 cases and 7 deaths yesterday

As you can see by the above numbers, DuPage continues to do better than our neighboring counties.

Hospitalization rates are stable statewide with 1289 ICU beds (down from 1290 ICU beds yesterday) out of 3,667 occupied as of midnight last night. You may note that hospitals increased the total number of ICU beds from 3,589 ICU beds yesterday to 3,667. Of those patients, 785 up from 777, yesterday, were on ventilators, leaving 2,894 ventilators available for use.

As I've noted before, DuPage hospitals are located in Region 8, where 65 of the 508 ICU beds are available. Likewise, 207 of the 311 ventilators are available.

Region 8 Hospital Statistics

International statistics from the World Health Organization and CDC provide the following breakdown of cases from earlier today:

  • Worldwide Cases total 3,263,492 compared to 3,179,386 compared to yesterday
  • Deaths worldwide total 230,435 compared to 220,695 yesterday
  • Number of people who have completely recovered worldwide is now 1,030,716 compared to 986,087 yesterday

Globally, there are 2,002,341 active cases compared to 1,977,604 yesterday. The active cases are divided between 'mild condition' cases and 'serious or critical condition' cases. Active mild cases continue to be 97% of the cases.

  • Worldwide mild condition cases: 1,947,742 compared to 1,912,180 yesterday.
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases: 54,599 cases compared to 60,424,cases yesterday.
  • United States confirmed cases: 1,075,131 cases compared to 1,045,408 cases yesterday
  • US Deaths: 62,291 deaths compared to 60,093 yesterday
  • Total US Recoveries: 149,604 compared to 144,125 recoveries yesterday.
  • US Active cases:863,236 compared to 841,690 yesterday.
  • Mild condition: 844,539 (97.8%) compared to 822,580 (97.7%) yesterday.
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases: 18,647 compared to 14,110 yesterday.

The DuPage County Health Department is now accepting cloth face mask donations. If anyone is interested in donating face coverings, they should complete the Donation Offer Form.

Of course, not everyone has face coverings to donate but a monetary donation to our not for profit organization, "DuPage Health Matters", is accepting donations of all amounts during Giving Days DuPage. The link to our page is HERE. These donations allow us to maximize the number of masks that can be purchased. Any donation is appreciated and your help spreading the word is the only way that we can raise the necessary funds to have enough face coverings.

Today, the DuPage County Health Department confirmed COVID-19 cases have increased by 152 cases compared to 195 cases yesterday. In addition, we had 10 deaths. We now have a total of 3,245 cases and 174 deaths. 127 of the 174 deaths, or 72.9% of DuPage deaths from COVID-19, have been nursing home deaths.

The additional DuPage deaths from COVID-19 since yesterday are as follows:

  • Male resident of a Westmont long-term care facility in his 70s with underlying conditions,
  • Male resident of a Naperville long-term care facility in his 80s with underlying conditions,
  • Female resident of a Westmont long-term care facility in her 90s with underlying conditions,
  • Female resident of DuPage County in her 70s with underlying conditions who had been living in the community,
  • Female resident of a Bloomingdale long-term care facility in her 80s with underlying conditions,
  • Male resident of a Westmont long-term care facility in his 80s with underlying conditions,
  • Female resident of a Carol Stream long-term care facility in her 90s with underlying conditions,
  • Male resident of DuPage County in his 40s who had been living in the community,
  • Male resident of DuPage County in his 90s with underlying conditions who had been living in the community, and
  • Male resident of DuPage County in his 80s with underlying conditions who had been living in the community.

The Illinois Department of Public Health announced today that there are 3,137 new cases and 105 deaths compared to 2,563 cases and 141 deaths yesterday and 2,253 cases and 92 deaths the day before. 14,821 tests compared to 13,200 new test results, yesterday, were released. The total confirmed cases in Illinois is 56,055 compared to 52,918 yesterday. The death total in Illinois is now 2,457. Illinois has now performed 284,688 tests.

The specific number of cases and deaths in surrounding counties, as of today, are as follows:

  • Chicago has 22,718 cases and 945 deaths compared to 21,491 cases and 894 deaths yesterday
  • Suburban Cook County has 15,950 cases and 728 deaths compared to 15,022 cases and 713 deaths yesterday
  • Lake County reported 3,766 cases and 140 deaths compared to 3,509 cases and 138 deaths yesterday
  • Will County reported 2,617 cases and 158 deaths compared to 2,492 cases and 151 deaths yesterday.
  • Kane County has 1,677 cases and 52 deaths compared to 1,526 cases and 48 deaths yesterday.
  • McHenry has 666 cases and 37 deaths compared to 621 cases and 34 deaths yesterday
  • Kendall County has 281 cases and 7 deaths compared to 266 cases and 7 deaths yesterday

As you can see by the above numbers, DuPage continues to do better than our neighboring counties.

Hospitalization rates are stable statewide with 1,263 ICU beds, compared to 1289 yesterday and 1,290 the day before, in use. There are 3,667 total ICU beds. Of those patients, 777 compared to 785 yesterday and 777 the day before, are on ventilators, leaving 2,894 ventilators available for use.

Since yesterday, more ICU beds are available in Region 8, which is the region for all DuPage hospitals. As of midnight, last night, 88 of 508 ICU beds were available compared to 65 beds the day before. 212 of 313 ventilators were available compared to 207 out of 311, just a day before. I've attached graphics below showing the midnight timetable for this morning and then below that the day before.

Region 8 Hospital Statistics

In addition, 904 of the 3658 ICU beds statewide are available. 2,404 of 3,671 ventilators are also available as of midnight.

International statistics from the World Health Organization and CDC provide the following breakdown of cases from earlier today:

  • Worldwide Cases total 3,370,953 compared to 3,263,492 yesterday
  • Deaths worldwide total 238,007 compared to 230,435 yesterday
  • Number of people who have completely recovered worldwide is now 1,070,775 compared to 1,030,716 yesterday

Globally, there are 2,062,171 compared to 2,002,341 active cases yesterday. The active cases are divided between 'mild condition' cases and 'serious or critical condition' cases. Active mild cases continue to be 97% of the cases.

  • Worldwide mild condition cases: 2,012,196 compared to 1,947,742 yesterday.
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases: 49,975 compared to 54,599 cases yesterday and to 60,424,cases the day before.
  • United States confirmed cases: 1,113,231 cases compared to 1,075,131 cases yesterday
  • US Deaths: 64,942 deaths compared to 62,291 deaths yesterday
  • Total US Recoveries: 158,029 compared to 149,604 yesterday.
  • US Active cases:890,260 compared to 863,236 yesterday.
  • Mild condition: 875,142(98.3%) compared to 844,539 (97.8%) yesterday.
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases: 15,118 compared to 18,647 yesterday.

CDC released COVID-19 hospitalization information based on the previous week. Some of the takeaways from that report include the medical factors affecting the likelihood of hospitalization by age, the most common underlying conditions and a breakdown of patients by race.

The most common underlying conditions for hospitalized patients were hypertension, obesity, and metabolic disease. 57% of the patients had hypertension. 50% were considered obese and 41.1% had metabolic diseases. Some patients had more than one condition. As we move forward, those conditions are public health concerns where improvements in lifestyle and diet can be lifesaving.

"DuPage Health Matters", is accepting donations of all amounts during Giving Days DuPage. The link to our page is HERE. Any donation is appreciated and your help spreading the word is the only way that we can raise the necessary funds to continue to make DuPage the healthiest county in the State of Illinois.

Today, the DuPage County Health Department confirmed COVID-19 cases have increased by 194 cases compared to 152 cases yesterday. In addition, we had 15 deaths. We now have a total of 3,439 cases and 189 deaths. 137 of the 189 deaths, or 72.4% of DuPage deaths from COVID-19, have been nursing home deaths

The additional DuPage deaths from COVID-19 since yesterday are as follows:

  • Male resident of DuPage County in his 70s with underlying conditions who had been living in the community,
  • Male resident of DuPage County in his 60s with underlying conditions who had been living in the community,
  • Male resident of a Hinsdale long-term care facility in his 90s with underlying conditions,
  • Female resident of a Hinsdale long-term care facility in her 70s with underlying conditions,
  • Male resident of a Naperville long-term care facility in his 80s with underlying conditions,
  • Male resident of DuPage County in his 80s with underlying conditions who had been living in the community,
  • Female resident of a Bloomingdale long-term care facility in her 90s with underlying conditions,
  • Male resident of a Westmont long-term care facility in his 80s with underlying conditions,
  • Male resident of a Hinsdale long-term care facility in his 80s with underlying conditions,
  • Female resident of an Elmhurst long-term care facility in her 90s with underlying conditions,
  • Male resident of a Naperville long-term care facility in his 80s with underlying conditions,
  • Female resident of a Naperville long-term care facility in her 90s with underlying conditions,
  • Female resident of a Lombard long-term care facility in her 80s with underlying conditions,
  • Male resident of DuPage County in his 60s with underlying conditions who had been living in the community, and
  • Male resident of DuPage County in his 90s with underlying conditions who had been living in the community.

The Illinois Department of Public Health announced today that there are 2,450 new cases compared to 3,137 yesterday. Illinois also had an additional 102 deaths compared to 105 deaths yesterday. Illinois had a total of 15,208 tests compared to 14,821 tests yesterday. The death total in Illinois is now 2,559. Illinois has now performed 299,896 tests.

The specific number of cases and deaths in surrounding counties, as of today, are as follows:

  • Chicago reported 23,616 cases and 978 deaths
  • Suburban Cook County reported 16,611 cases and 765 deaths.
  • Lake County reported 3975 cases and 141 deaths
  • Will County reported 2,796 cases and 164 deaths
  • Kane County has 1,803 cases and 54 deaths.
  • McHenry has 693 cases and 38 deaths.
  • Kendall County has 291 cases and 6 deaths.

Statewide hospitalization rates are stable with utilization of 1,250 ICU beds compared to 1,263 yesterday and, 1289 the day before. There are 3,667 total ICU beds. Of those patients, 789 compared to 777 yesterday and 785 the day before, are on ventilators, leaving 2,894 ventilators available for use. Overall COVID-19 hospitalizations, including ICU beds, are down by 300 since Wednesday.

Since yesterday, more ICU beds are available in Region 8, which is the region for all DuPage hospitals. As of midnight, last night, 68 of 508 ICU beds were available compared to 88 of 508 yesterday and 65 beds the day before. 211 of 313 ventilators were available compared to 212 of 313 ventilators yesterday and 207 out of 311, just a day before. I have attached a graphic below showing the midnight timetable for today.

Region 8 Hospital Statistics

In addition, 977 ICU of 3,687 ICU beds statewide are available compared to 904 of the 3658 ICU beds yesterday. In addition, 2,383 out of 3,695 ventilators compared to 2,404 of 3,671 ventilators yesterday are also available.

International statistics from the World Health Organization and CDC provide the following breakdown of cases from earlier today:

  • Worldwide Cases total 3,456,207 compared to 3,370,953 yesterday
  • Deaths worldwide total 243,024 compared to 238,007 yesterday
  • Number of people who have completely recovered worldwide is now 1,102,551 compared to 1,070,775 yesterday

Globally, there are 2,110,632 compared to 2,062,171 active cases yesterday. The active cases are divided between 'mild condition' cases and 'serious or critical condition' cases. Active mild cases are now 98% of the cases compared to 97%, that was a constant number for quite long time.

  • Worldwide mild condition cases: 2,059,698 compared to 2,012,196 yesterday.
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases: 50,934 compared to 49,975 cases yesterday
  • United States confirmed cases: 1,147,358 compared to 1,113,231 cases yesterday
  • US Deaths: 66,640 deaths compared to 64,942 yesterday
  • Total US Recoveries: 162,107 compared to 158,029 yesterday.
  • US Active cases:918,611 compared to 890,260 yesterday.
  • Mild condition: 902,130 (98.2%) compared to 875,142(98.3%) yesterday.
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases: 16,481 compared to 15,118 yesterday.

As an emergency response to an unprecedented need caused by COVID-19, GivingTuesday, the groundbreaking global generosity movement, announced #GivingTuesdayNow will take place, tomorrow, May 5, 2020. The day is designed to drive an influx of generosity, citizen engagement, business and philanthropy activation, and support for communities and nonprofits around the world. As you know, our not for profit arm, DuPage Health Matters, is currently accepting donations. Click HERE to donate and please share on social media to all of your contacts. Thank you for your generosity, assistance, and support at this difficult time.

Today, the DuPage County Health Department confirmed COVID-19 cases have increased by 80 compared to 224 yesterday and 194 cases Saturday. In addition, we had 5 deaths. We now have a total of 3,743 cases and 197 deaths. 142 of the 197 deaths, or 72% of DuPage deaths from COVID-19, have been nursing home deaths. Only about 600 of the cases, however, are from nursing homes, which is about 16.4% of the cases.

The additional DuPage deaths from COVID-19 since yesterday are as follows:

  • Male resident of DuPage County in his 50s with underlying conditions who had been living in the community,
  • Male resident of DuPage County in his 60s with underlying conditions who had been living in the community,
  • Male resident of a Naperville long-term care facility in his 90s with underlying conditions,
  • Male resident of DuPage County in his 70s with underlying conditions who had been living in the community, and
  • Female resident of a Carol Stream long-term care facility in her 80s with underlying conditions.

The Illinois Department of Public Health announced today that there are 2,341 new cases compared to 2,994 new cases yesterday. Illinois also had an additional 46 more deaths compared to 63 deaths yesterday. The death total in Illinois is now 2,662. Illinois has now performed 333,147 tests and 63,840 tests have been positive for an overall positive rate of 19.1 percent. The positive rate for today was only 16.9% compared to 15.4 percent, yesterday.

The specific number of cases and deaths in surrounding counties, as of today, are as follows:

  • Chicago reported 25,805 cases and 1021 deaths
  • Suburban Cook County reported 17,910 cases and 781 deaths.
  • Lake County reported 4,252 cases and 151 deaths
  • Will County reported 3,066 cases and 169 deaths
  • Kane County has 2,115 cases and 57 deaths
  • McHenry has 790 cases and 38 deaths.
  • Kendall County has 326 cases and 6 deaths.

Statewide hospitalization rates appear to be trending downward with utilization of 1,232 ICU beds compared to 1,232 yesterday, and 1,250 ICU beds Saturday. There are 3,681 total ICU beds. Of those patients, 763 compared to 759 yesterday and 789 Saturday, are on ventilators, leaving 2,261 ventilators available for use. Overall, COVID-19 hospitalizations,ICU bed use and ventilator use, continue to trend downward.

Since yesterday, more ICU beds are available in Region 8, which is the region for all DuPage hospitals. As of midnight, last night, 77 of the 485 ICU beds were available compared to 63 yesterday. 220 out of 303 ventilators are available compared to 223 of 313 ventilators yesterday. I have attached a graphic below showing the midnight timetable for today.

Region 8 Hospital Statistics

In addition, 933 ICU beds out of 3,681 are available compared to 941 ICU beds out of 3,672, yesterday are available statewide. In addition, 2,261 out of 3,475 ventilators compared to 2,354 ventilators out of 3,690 are available statewide.

International statistics from the World Health Organization and CDC provide the following breakdown of cases from earlier today:

  • Worldwide Cases total 3,623,756 compared to 3,555,618 yesterday
  • Deaths worldwide total 250,977 compared to 247,663 yesterday
  • Number of people who have completely recovered worldwide is now 1,179,596 compared to 1,150,625 yesterday

Globally, there are 2,193,183 active cases compared to 2,157,330 active cases yesterday. The active cases are divided between 'mild condition' cases and 'serious or critical condition' cases. Active mild cases are now 98% of the cases compared to 97%, that was a constant number for quite long time, and now as it has remained at 98 percent, over many days.

  • Worldwide mild condition cases: 2,143,275 compared to 2,107,289 yesterday.
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases: 49,908 compared to 50,041 yesterday
  • United States confirmed cases: 1,202,055 compared to 1,184,711 yesterday
  • US Deaths: 69,159 compared to 68,430 yesterday
  • Total US Recoveries: 181,634 compared to 178,219 yesterday.
  • US Active cases: 951,262 compared to 938,062 yesterday.
  • Mild condition: 935,223(98.3%) cases compared to 921,923 (98.2%) yesterday.
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases:16,039 cases compared to 16,139 yesterday

Governor Jay Pritzker announced a five-phase plan that he is calling Restore Illinois. The State of Illinois is divided into 4 regions and each region may open at a different time. DuPage County is included with Cook, Lake, Will, McHenry, Kendall, Grundy, Kankakee, and Kane Counties. According to this approach, gatherings of 50 and the opening of restaurants would occur in phase four. According to the Governor, we are in phase 2.

Restore Illinois Graphic

Today is GivingTuesday, the groundbreaking global generosity movement, The day is designed to drive an influx of generosity, citizen engagement, business and philanthropy activation, and support for communities and nonprofits around the world. As you know, our not for profit arm, DuPage Health Matters, is currently accepting donations. Click HERE to donate and please share on social media to all of your contacts. Thank you for your generosity, assistance, and support at this difficult time.

Today, the DuPage County Health Department confirmed COVID-19 cases have increased by 179 cases compared to 80 yesterday and 224 Sunday. In addition, we had 9 deaths. We now have a total of 3,922 cases and 206 deaths. 149 of the 206, or 72% of DuPage deaths from COVID-19, have been nursing home deaths. Only about 16.4% of the confirmed cases are from LTCFs.

The additional DuPage deaths from COVID-19 since yesterday are as follows:

  • Male resident of DuPage County in his 50s who had been living in the community,
  • Female resident of a Naperville long-term care facility in her 90s with underlying conditions,
  • Female resident of a Bloomingdale long-term care facility in her 90s with underlying conditions,
  • Female resident of an Oak Brook long-term care facility in her 90s with underlying conditions,
  • Female resident of a Bloomingdale long-term care facility in her 90s with underlying conditions,
  • Male resident of a Westmont long-term care facility in his 70s with underlying conditions,
  • Female resident of a Bloomingdale long-term care facility in her 80s with underlying conditions,
  • Female resident of a Burr Ridge long-term care facility in her 80s with underlying conditions, and
  • Male resident of DuPage County in his 80s with underlying conditions who had been living in the community.

The Illinois Department of Public Health announced today that there are 2,122 cases compared to 2,341 cases yesterday and 2,994 Sunday. Illinois also had an additional 176 deaths compared to yesterday's 46 deaths and 63 deaths Sunday. The death total in Illinois is now 2,838. Illinois has now performed 346,286 tests and 65,962 tests have been positive for an overall positive rate of 19 percent. The positive rate for today was only 16.1 percent compared to 16.9% yesterday.

The specific number of cases and deaths in surrounding counties, as of today, are as follows:

  • Chicago reported 26,606 cases and 1068 deaths
  • Suburban Cook County reported 18,617 cases and 854 deaths
  • Lake County reported 4,370 cases and 151 deaths
  • Will County reported 3,170 cases and 178 deaths
  • Kane County has 2,206 cases and 65 deaths
  • McHenry has 802 cases and 40 deaths.
  • Kendall County has 334 cases and 9 deaths.
  • Grundy County has 47 cases and 0 deaths.
  • Kankakee County has 393 cases and 27 deaths.

4,780 COVID-19 patients are currently hospitalized with 1,266 in ICU beds compared to 1,232 occupied ICU beds yesterday. There are 3,659 total ICU beds. Of those patients, 780 compared to 763 yesterday, are on ventilators, leaving 2,261 ventilators available for use. Overall, COVID-19 hospitalizations,ICU bed use and ventilator use, continue to be within manageable parameters and as a result additional hospitals have been, or are, closing.

Since yesterday, the ICU beds that are available in Region 8, which is the region for all DuPage hospitals is steady. As of midnight, last night, 75 of the 485 ICU beds were available compared to 77 yesterday. 222 out of 303 ventilators are available compared to 220 of 313 ventilators yesterday. I have attached a graphic below showing the midnight timetable for today.

Region 8 Hospital Statistics

In addition, 879 ICU beds compared to 933 ICU beds yesterday out of 3,659 are available statewide. In addition, 2.366 of the 3.469 ventilators compared to 2,261 out of 3,475 ventilators are available statewide.

International statistics from the World Health Organization and CDC provide the following breakdown of cases from earlier today:

  • Worldwide Cases total 3,705,426 compared to 3,623,756 yesterday
  • Deaths worldwide total 256,497 compared to 250,977 yesterday
  • Number of people who have completely recovered worldwide is now 1,227,489 compared to 1,179,596 yesterday

Globally, there are 2,221,440 active cases compared to 2,193,183 active cases yesterday. The active cases are divided between 'mild condition' cases and 'serious or critical condition' cases. Active mild cases are now 98%.

  • Worldwide mild condition cases: 2,172,117 compared to 2,143,275 yesterday.
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases: 49,223 compared to 49,908 yesterday and 50,041 the day before.
  • United States confirmed cases: 1,225,675 compared to 1,202,055 yesterday
  • US Deaths: 71,260 compared to 69,159 yesterday
  • Total US Recoveries: 192,242 compared to 181,634 yesterday.
  • US Active cases: 962,173 compared to 951,262 yesterday.
  • Mild condition: 946,005 (98.3%) compared to 935,223 (98.3%) yesterday.
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases:16,168 compared to 16,039 cases yesterday

Once again, if you are participating in Giving DuPage Days, please remember DuPage Health Matters.

Governor Jay Pritzker's five-phase plan, that he is calling Restore Illinois, divides the State of Illinois into 4 regions, including our region, the Northeastern Region. DuPage County is included with Cook, Lake, Will, McHenry, Kendall, Grundy, Kankakee, and Kane Counties. The big question being asked is how do we move to the next phase. We are currently in phase 2.

The determination of moving from Phase 2 to Phase 3 will be driven by the COVID-19 positivity rate in each region and measures of maintaining regional hospital surge capacity. This data will be tracked from the time a region enters Phase 2, onward.

  • At or under a 20 percent positivity rate and increasing no more than 10 percentage points over a 14-day period, and
  • No overall increase (i.e. stability or decrease) in hospital admissions for COVID-19-like illness for 28 days, and
  • Available surge capacity of at least 14 percent of ICU beds, medical and surgical beds, and ventilators
  • Testing available for all patients, health workers, first responders, people with underlying conditions, and residents and staff in congregate living facilities
  • Begin contract tracing and monitoring within 24 hours of diagnosis

The chart below shows the admissions, positivity, and the availability of medical beds, ICU beds and ventilators for the Northeastern Region. These are the metrics that we will be looking at to move to phase 3. All of the information is from IDPH and is not up to today's date, unfortunately, but it does provide valuable information.

Statistics

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Today, the DuPage County Health Department confirmed COVID-19 cases have increased by 160 cases compared to 179 cases yesterday. In addition, we had 11 deaths. We now have a total of 4,082 cases and 217 deaths. 157 of the 217, or 72% of DuPage deaths from COVID-19, have been nursing home deaths.

The additional DuPage deaths from COVID-19 since yesterday are as follows:

  • Female resident of a Downers Grove long-term care facility in her 90s with underlying conditions,
  • Female resident of DuPage County in her 60s with underlying conditions who had been living in the community,
  • Male resident of DuPage County in his 90s with underlying conditions who had been living in the community,
  • Female resident of an Elmhurst long-term care facility in her 70s with underlying conditions,
  • Female resident of an Oak Brook long-term care facility in her 80s with underlying conditions,
  • Female resident of an Elmhurst long-term care facility in her 90s with underlying conditions,
  • Female resident of a Hinsdale long-term care facility in her 70s with underlying conditions,
  • Male resident of a Downers Grove long-term care facility in his 80s with underlying conditions,
  • Female resident of an Itasca long-term care facility in her 80s with underlying conditions,
  • Male resident of a Naperville long-term care facility in his 90s with underlying conditions, and
  • Female resident of DuPage County in her 80s with underlying conditions who had been living in the community.

The Illinois Department of Public Health announced today that there are 2,270 cases compared to 2,122 cases yesterday. Illinois also had an additional 136 deaths compared to yesterday's 176 deaths. The death total in Illinois is now 2,974. Illinois has now performed 361,260 tests and 68,232 tests have been positive. The positive rate for today was only 15 percent compared to 16.1 percent yesterday and 16.9% Monday.

The specific number of cases and deaths in surrounding counties, as of today, are as follows:

  • Chicago reported 27,440 cases and 1,112 deaths
  • Suburban Cook County reported 19,249 cases and 892 deaths
  • Lake County reported 4,529 cases and 162 deaths
  • Will County reported 3,332 cases and 189 deaths
  • Kane County has 2,331 cases and 74 deaths
  • McHenry has 814 cases and 42 deaths.
  • Kendall County has 346 cases and 10 deaths.
  • Grundy County has 48 cases and 0 deaths.
  • Kankakee County has 416 cases and 27 deaths.

4,832 COVID-19 patients are currently hospitalized with 1231 in ICU beds compared to 4,780 COVID-19 hospitalized patients yesterday with 1,266 in ICU beds. There are 3,685 total ICU beds. Of those patients, 780 compared to 780 yesterday, are on ventilators, leaving 2,322 ventilators available for use throughout the State of Illinois. Dr. Ezike, Director of the Illinois Department of Public Health, once again reminded everyone that 90 percent of the hosptialized patients have a co-morbidity. She also mentioned that people over 65 are in the group of people who have greater risks if they contract the virus.

International statistics from the World Health Organization and CDC provide the following breakdown of cases from earlier today:

  • Worldwide Cases total 3,792,278 compared to 3,705,426 yesterday
  • Deaths worldwide total 262,376 compared to 256,497 yesterday
  • Number of people who have completely recovered worldwide is now 1,278,167 compared to 1,227,489 yesterday

Globally, there are 2,251,735 active cases compared to 2,221,440 active cases yesterday. The active cases are divided between 'mild condition' cases and 'serious or critical condition' cases. Active mild cases are now 98%.

  • Worldwide mild condition cases: 2,203,175 compared to 2,172,117 yesterday.
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases: 48,560 compared to 49,223 yesterday, 49,908 Monday and 50,041 Sunday.
  • United States confirmed cases: 1,246,462 cases compared to 1,225,675 yesterday
  • US Deaths: 73,234 compared to 71,260 yesterday
  • Total US Recoveries: 203,753 compared to 192,242 yesterday.
  • US Active cases: 969,475 compared to 962,173 yesterday.
  • Mild condition: 953,302 (98.3%) compared to 946,005 (98.3%) yesterday.
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases:16,173 compared to 16,168 yesterday and 16,039 cases Monday.

Once again, if you are participating in Giving DuPage Days, please remember DuPage Health Matters.

The Governor's "Restore Illinois" plan, has the entire state in phase 2 and many people pushing to move into phase 3. We will continue to look at the statistics noted by the Governor and update you as the State of Illinois provides the information in order to provide you a peak at the timetable for the reopening of businesses and many activities.

Below, we have graphics from the state that show the hospital admissions, positivity rate, hospital bed availability, ICU room availability and ventilator use. The statistics below are for the entire Northeastern region and are the indicators for moving to the next phase.

The whole area needs a 20 percent positivity rate over a 14-day period. On May 7th, which is the most recent stat we have, the rate was 21.79 percent.

On the bright side, hospital daily admissions did decrease from May 1st to May 5th from 307 to 279. The numbers below also show 18 percent of the hospital beds, 19 percent of ICU beds and 64 percent of ventilators are available. All those numbers are within the numbers prescribed by the Governor's plan for moving to phase 3.

Statistics

The DuPage County Health Department confirmed COVID-19 cases have increased by 123 cases compared to 153 cases yesterday, 160 cases Wednesday and 179 cases Tuesday. In addition, we had 10 deaths. We now have a total of 4,378 cases and 237 deaths.

COVID-19 Cases by Hospital Admission Date among DuPage County Residents

Hospital admissions for DuPage are shown above with the highest number of admissions being 34 on April 20th and the most current date of May 6 showing seven admissions. The total DuPage hospital admissions is 895.

Our statistics show the outcomes for people with underlying conditions are at great risk. DCHD has worked to make our county healthy and that work has shown that are metrics, while distressful, are much better than other counties on a per capita basis. More, however, can be done if we can unleash the generosity of our people by giving to DuPage Health Matters, our charitable organization.

If everyone gives $10, $25, $75 or whatever amount they can afford, we will raise the additional funds to reduce hypertension and obesity, which are main underlying conditions causing deaths from COVID-19. Please share this information and urge people to join us in the last week of Giving Days DuPage. Click HERE to donate and please share on social media to all of your contacts. Thank you for your generosity, assistance, and support at this difficult time.

The Illinois Department of Public Health announced today that there are 2,887 new cases compared to 2,641 new cases yesterday. Illinois also had an additional 130 deaths compared to 138 deaths yesterday. The death total in Illinois is now 3,241. Illinois has now performed 399,714 tests and 73,760 tests have been positive. The positive rate for today was only 14 percent compared to 15 percent yesterday and Wednesday, 16.1 percent Tuesday and 16.9% Monday. Hopefully, this trend continues.

The specific number of cases and deaths in our region, as of today, are as follows:

  • Chicago reported 29,535 cases and 1,248 deaths
  • Suburban Cook County reported 20,701 cases and 949 deaths
  • Lake County reported 4,985 cases and 170 deaths
  • Will County reported 3,561 cases and 199 deaths
  • Kane County has 2,668 cases and 84 deaths
  • McHenry has 897 cases and 48 deaths.
  • Kendall County has 373 cases and 10 deaths.
  • Grundy County has 55 cases and 1 death.
  • Kankakee County has 458 cases and 29 deaths.

While we now are laser focused on that cohort group known as the Northeastern region, we also saw the total statewide numbers move in a positive direction with 4750 COVID 19 patients currently hospitalized. Of those patients, 1222 are in ICU beds. Of those patients, 727 are on ventilators. All three of these indicators are less than the numbers on Thursday and Wednesday. Again, we will be watching the statewide indicators with the hope that these reductions continue.

International statistics from the World Health Organization and CDC provide the following breakdown of cases from earlier today:

  • Worldwide Cases total 3,971,739 compared to 3,885,193 yesterday
  • Deaths worldwide total 273,795 compared to 268,801 yesterday
  • Number of people who have completely recovered worldwide is now 1,331,013 compared to 1,278,167 yesterday

Globally, there are 2,327,169 compared to 2,285,371 active cases yesterday. The active cases are divided between 'mild condition' cases and 'serious or critical condition' cases. Active mild cases are now 98%.

  • Worldwide mild condition cases:2,278,305 compared to 2,237,715 yesterday.
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases:48,864 compared to 47,664 yesterday
  • United States confirmed cases: 1,299,912 compared to 1,278,485 yesterday
  • US Deaths: 77,562 compared to 76,101 yesterday
  • Total US Recoveries: 219,485 compared to 214,276 yesterday
  • US Active cases: 1,002,865 compared to 988,108 yesterday
  • Mild condition: 985,845 compared to 972,403 (98.4%) yesterday
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases:17,020 compared to 15,705 yesterday

Once again, we have graphics from the state that show the hospital admissions, positive test rate, hospital bed availability, ICU room availability and ventilator use. The statistics below are for the entire Northeastern region and are the indicators for moving to the next phase.

The whole area needs a 20 percent positive test rate over a 14-day period. On May 7th, which is the most recent stat we have, the rate was 21.79 percent.

On the bright side, hospital daily admissions did decrease from May 1st to May 6th from 307 to 280. The numbers below also show 18 percent of the hospital beds, 19 percent of ICU beds and 64 percent of ventilators are available. All those numbers are within the numbers prescribed by the Governor's plan for moving to phase 3.

Statistics

The DuPage County Health Department confirmed COVID-19 cases have increased by 142 cases compared to 123 cases yesterday. In addition, we had 10 deaths. We now have a total of 4,520 cases and 247 deaths. The rolling 3 day average for hospital admissions, as of this morning was 3.3, which you can see by the graph below.

COVID-19 Cases by Hospital Admission Date among DuPage County Residents

The State of Illinois has provided statistics in the last several weeks showing that Hispanics and African Americans have a greater percentage of cases than the percentage of the population that these two ethnic groups represent in Illinois. We've included graphs below showing the case rate for Hispanics and mortality rate compared against all DuPage County cases and deaths.

Confirmed case rates per 100,000 Population by Ethnicity

We also have DuPage centric statistics for cases and deaths among African Americans in DuPage compared to the rest of the population. That information is contained in the graphs below.

Confirmed case rates per 100,000 Population by Race

DuPage County does not have a community based testing site. However, our website does have information on various test sites that don't require a doctor's order.

Community Based Testing Locations

The Illinois Department of Public Health announced today that there are 2,225 new cases compared to 2,887 new cases yesterday. Illinois also had an additional 108 deaths compared to 130 deaths yesterday. The death total in Illinois is now 3,349. Illinois has now performed 416,331 tests and 76,035 tests have been positive. The positive rate for today was only 13.3 percent compared to 14 percent yesterday, 15 percent Thursday and Wednesday, 16.1 percent Tuesday and 16.9% Monday. Hopefully, this trend continues.

The specific number of cases and deaths in our region, as of today, are as follows:

  • Chicago reported 30,393 cases and 1,289 deaths
  • Suburban Cook County reported 21,281 cases and 975 deaths
  • Lake County reported 5,199 cases and 173 deaths
  • Will County reported 3,636 cases and 202 deaths
  • Kane County has 2,818 cases and 88 deaths
  • McHenry has 936 cases and 52 deaths.
  • Kendall County has 388 cases and 12 deaths.
  • Grundy County has 58 cases and 1 death.
  • Kankakee County has 479 cases and 29 deaths.

You've seen statistics both on the news and in these daily reports about the high incidence of death in nursing home COVID-19 cases. Below, we have graphs that show the percentage of DuPage cases and deaths that are in long-term care facilities.

Confirmed Cases Assosicated with Long-Term Care Facilities

The Governor had stated that every staff member and resident would be tested in long-term care facilities. So far, that testing has not occurred. In cases where there is a known case among staff or residents, the DuPage County Health Department works with the facility and the Illinois Department of Public Health. The facility is provided IDPH's guidance for testing but the responsibility for testing is left to the facility by IDPH.

The statewide number of COVID 19 hospital patients as of midnight was 4739 down from 4750 yesterday. Of those patients, 1215 are in ICU beds. Of those patients, 739 are on ventilators. Region 8, which is primarily DuPage, has 87 of its 511 ICU beds and 212 of its 401 ventilators available. The graph below shows hospitalization utilization over time. As of midnight, in addition to the number of COVID-19 patients, there was 17,327 non-COVID-19 patients in the hospital and 10,402 open beds.

Statistics

International statistics from the World Health Organization and CDC provide the following breakdown of cases from earlier today:

  • Worldwide Cases total 4,073,369 compared to 3,971,739 yesterday
  • Deaths worldwide total 278,901 compared to 273,795 yesterday
  • Number of people who have completely recovered worldwide is now 1,417,286 compared to 1,331,013 yesterday

Globally, there are 2,377,182 active cases compared to 2,327,169 active cases yesterday. The active cases are divided between 'mild condition' cases and 'serious or critical condition' cases. Active mild cases are now 98%.

  • Worldwide mild condition cases:2,329,182 compared to 2,278,305 yesterday.
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases:47,714 compared to 48,864 yesterday
  • United States confirmed cases: 1,335,668 compared to 1,299,912 yesterday
  • US Deaths: 79,468 compared to 77,562 yesterday
  • Total US Recoveries: 224,633 compared to 219,485 yesterday
  • US Active cases: 1,031,567 compared to 1,002,865 yesterday
  • Mild condition: 1,014,724 (98.4%) compared to 985,845 (98.4%) yesterday
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases:16,843 compared to 17,020 yesterday

The Northeastern Region of the Governor's Restore Illinois Plan includes DuPage County. According to the plan, the entire region needs a 20 percent positive case test rate, or lower, over a 14-day period. On May 7th, which is the most recent stat we have from the state, the Northeastern region's rate was 21.79 percent. You should be aware that DuPage has tested below this rate consistently as noted by the chart below. As you can see, DuPage remains below the 20 percent positive rate. Unfortunately, Chicago has an average rate of 24.9 percent.

Number of Specimens Tested

Today, the DuPage County Health Department confirmed COVID-19 cases have increased by 95 cases compared to 142 cases yesterday. In addition, we had 1 death. DuPage now has a total of 4,615 cases and 248 deaths.

The Illinois Department of Public Health announced today that there are 1,706 new cases compared to 2,225 new cases yesterday. Illinois also had an additional 57 deaths compared to 108 deaths yesterday. The death total in Illinois is now 3,406. Illinois has now performed 429,984 tests and 77,741 tests have been positive. The positive test rate continues to drop on a daily basis statewide. Below is the positive test rate for the entire Week:

Monday, May 4 16.9 percent
Tuesday, May 5 16.1 percent
Wednesday, May 6 15 percent
Thursday, May 7 15 percent
Friday, May 8 14 percent
Saturday, May 9 13.3 percent
Sunday, May 10 12.4 percent

Unfortunately, the entire State of Illinois positive rate case is not a factor in whether our county will soon reopen. It does, however, indicate that while we continue to have thousands of new cases, we are also testing many people who are negative for COVID 19.

The specific number of cases and deaths in our region, as of today, are as follows:

  • Chicago reported 30,950 cases and 1,337 deaths.
  • Suburban Cook County reported 21,705 cases and 980 deaths
  • Lake County reported 5,245 cases and 173 deaths
  • Will County reported 3,684 cases and 202 deaths
  • Kane County has 3,003 cases and 89 deaths
  • McHenry has 945 cases and 51 deaths.
  • Kendall County has 421 cases and 12 deaths.
  • Grundy County added 0 cases today and has only 58 cases and 1 death.
  • Kankakee County has 540 cases and 30 deaths.

The statewide number of COVID 19 hospital patients as of midnight was 4,293 down from 4739 yesterday and from 4750 Friday. Of those patients, 1232 are in ICU beds. Of those patients, 709 are on ventilators. Hospital Region 8, which is primarily DuPage, has 76 of its 511 ICU beds and 240 of its 401 ventilators available. The graph below shows statewide hospitalization utilization over time. As of midnight, in addition to the number of COVID-19 patients, there were 17,296 non-COVID-19 patients in the hospital and 10,904 open beds. The bottom dark blue portion in all three instances, represents COVID patients. As you can see, the curve has continued to be relatively flat. On April 12th, we had 4,091 COVID patients, 1159 of which were in ICU beds and 800 that were on ventilators.

Statistics

International statistics from the World Health Organization and CDC provide the following breakdown of cases from earlier today:

  • Worldwide Cases total 4,156,676 compared to 4,073,369 yesterday
  • Deaths worldwide total 282,824 compared to 278,901 yesterday
  • Number of people who have completely recovered worldwide is now 1,467,305 compared to 1,417,286 yesterday

Globally, there are 2,406,547 active cases compared to 2,377,182 active cases yesterday. The active cases are divided between 'mild condition' cases and 'serious or critical condition' cases. Active mild cases are now 98%.

  • Worldwide mild condition cases:2,359,512 compared to 2,329,182 yesterday.
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases:47,035 compared to 47,714 yesterday and 48,864 Friday
  • United States confirmed cases: 1,356,629 compared to 1,335,668 yesterday
  • US Deaths: 80,422 compared to 79,468 yesterday
  • Total US Recoveries: 240,616 compared to 224,633 yesterday
  • US Active cases: 1,035,591 compared to 1,031,567 yesterday
  • Mild condition: 1,019,097 (98.4%) compared to 1,014,724 (98.4%) yesterday
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases:16,494 compared to 16,843 yesterday and 17,020 Friday

In honor of Mother's Day, consider donating to DuPage Health Matters to protect the health of mothers and families in DuPage County. DuPage Health Matters is a core value of the county but also for our mothers and families. Donations of masks are being accepted HERE. If you don't have a mask to donate, monetary donations can be used by our 501(3)(c) organization to purchase PPE.

Share this idea with your contacts and see if we can win a bonus prize from Giving DuPage Days for the most donations on Mother's Day. The link to our page to donate is HERE. Happy Mother's Day to all the DuPage mothers.

The drug Remdesivir, which in preliminary trials showed a faster recovery for patients, was delivered over the weekend to select states, hit hardest by the pandemic. Illinois, which ranks third in the number of cases, trailing only New York and New Jersey, received 140 cases.

The Northeastern Region of the Governor's Restore Illinois Plan includes DuPage County. According to the plan, the entire region needs a 20 percent positivity rate over a 14-day period. On May 8th, which is the most recent stat we have from the state, the Northeastern region's rate was 22.54 percent. DuPage remains below the 20 percent positive rate. Unfortunately, Chicago has an average rate of 24.9 percent. The Governor noted today that all the other regions of the state are below the 20 percent rate.

Statistics

The indicators as shown above, with the exception of the positive case rate, are within the parameters necessary to move into phase 3 according to the Governor's Restore Illinois plan.

In the Northeastern region, daily hospital admissions have decreased from 307 on May 1st to 267 on May 8th. Each day showed a decrease in the number of admissions. The DuPage local hospital admission data now has a 3-day rolling average of 2 per day, as of yesterday. That number was as high as 34 on April 20th.

Cases by Hospital Admission Date

Today, the DuPage County Health Department confirmed COVID-19 cases have increased by 155 compared to 95 cases yesterday. In addition, we had 4 deaths. We now have a total of 4,770 cases and 252 deaths.

The Illinois Department of Public Health announced today that there are 1,266 new cases compared to 1,706 new cases yesterday and 2,225 new cases Saturday. Illinois also had an additional 54 deaths compared to 57 deaths yesterday and 108 deaths Saturday. The death total in Illinois is now 3,459. Illinois has now performed 442,425 tests and 79,007 tests have been positive. The positive test rate for the day was 10.1 percent and continues a trend that we have followed since last Monday as shown below:

Monday, May 4 16.9 percent
Tuesday, May 5 16.1 percent
Wednesday, May 6 15 percent
Thursday, May 7 15 percent
Friday, May 8 14 percent
Saturday, May 9 13.3 percent
Sunday, May 10 12.4 percent

Unfortunately, the entire State of Illinois positive rate case is not a factor in whether our county will soon reopen. It does, however, indicate that while we continue to have thousands of new cases, we are also testing many people who are negative for COVID 19.

The specific number of cases and deaths in our region, as of today, are as follows:

  • Chicago reported 31,327 cases and 1376 deaths.
  • Suburban Cook County reported 22,054 cases and 985 deaths
  • Lake County reported 5,323 cases and 173 deaths
  • Will County reported 3,740 cases and 202 deaths
  • Kane County has 3,126 cases and 90 deaths
  • McHenry has 958 cases and 52 deaths.
  • Kendall County has 431 cases and 12 deaths.
  • Grundy County has only 60 cases and 1 death.
  • Kankakee County has 557 cases and 30 deaths.

The statewide number of COVID 19 hospital patients as of midnight was 4,319 up from 4,293 yesterday but down from 4739 Saturday and from 4750 Friday. Of those patients, 1248 are in ICU beds. Of those patients, 730 are on ventilators. Hospital Region 8, which is primarily DuPage, has 98 of its 511 ICU beds and 244 of its 397 ventilators available. The graph below shows hospitalization utilization over time. As of midnight, in addition to the number of COVID-19 patients, there were 17,156 non-COVID-19 patients in the hospital and 11,008 open beds.

Open beds or ventilators are represented by the orange color. The light blue represents non-COVID-19 patients and the dark blue in all three categories are the COVID-19 patients.

International statistics from the World Health Organization and CDC provide the following breakdown of cases from earlier today:

  • Worldwide Cases total 4,156,676 compared to 4,073,369 yesterday
  • Deaths worldwide total 282,824 compared to 278,901 yesterday
  • Number of people who have completely recovered worldwide is now 1,467,305 compared to 1,417,286 yesterday

Globally, there are 2,406,547 active cases compared to 2,377,182 active cases yesterday. The active cases are divided between 'mild condition' cases and 'serious or critical condition' cases. Active mild cases are now 98%.

  • Worldwide mild condition cases:2,382,733 compared to 2,359,512 yesterday.
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases:46,931 compared to 47,035 yesterday, 47,714 Saturday and 48,864 Friday
  • United States confirmed cases: 1,376,650 compared to 1,356,629 yesterday
  • US Deaths: 81,173 compared to 80,422 yesterday
  • Total US Recoveries: 258,419 compared to 240,616 yesterday
  • US Active cases: 1,037,058 compared to 1,035,591 yesterday
  • Mild condition: 1,021,585 (98.5%) compared to 1,019,097 (98.4%) yesterday
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases:16,473 compared to 16,494 yesterday, 16,843 Saturday and 17,020 Friday

The new normal as we enter new phases may include people wearing masks at work and in public. However, we do not have enough masks now and we'll need more in the future if everyone needs to wear a mask. You can help by donating masks by clicking HERE. If you do not have a mask to donate, but you want to help, DuPage Health Matters is accepting monetary donations that can be used to purchase PPE. The link to our page to donate is HERE.

IDPH addressed the concerns many that the COVID-19 death count is being overestimated or underestimated. According to Dr. Ngozi Ezeke, cases in which individuals died with a positive diagnosis but the cause of death is obviously not COVID-19, such as a car accident or gunshot wound, are being removed from the death totals. However, in other cases, in which patients may have both COVID-19 and other conditions, it is more difficult to separate the cause of death.

The Northeastern Region of the Governor's Restore Illinois Plan includes DuPage County. According to the plan, the entire region needs a 20 percent positivity rate over a 14-day period. You should be aware that DuPage has tested below this rate consistently as noted by the chart below. DuPage remains below the 20 percent positive rate.

As of today, the only number that continues to be a problem for the Northeastern region is the positivity rate, which is 21.4%.

Statistics

Today, the DuPage County Health Department confirmed COVID-19 cases have increased by 347 compared to 155 cases yesterday and 95 cases Sunday. In addition, we had 7 deaths. We now have a total of 5,117 cases and 259 deaths.

The Illinois Department of Public Health announced today that there are 4,014 new cases compared to 1,266 new cases yesterday, 1,706 new cases Sunday and 2,225 new cases Saturday. Illinois also had an additional 144 deaths compared to 54 deaths yesterday, 57 deaths Sunday and 108 deaths Saturday. The death total in Illinois is now 3,601. Illinois has now performed 471,691 tests and 83,021 tests have been positive. The seven-day rolling statewide positive test rate, with a 3-day lag, for the day was 18 percent. The high number of positive tests, however, should be viewed with the understanding that the positive tests were based on 29,266 tests for the day.

The specific number of cases and deaths in our region, as of today, are as follows:

  • Chicago reported 32,557 cases and 1,441 deaths.
  • Suburban Cook County reported 22,913 cases and 1,008 deaths
  • Lake County reported 5,662 cases and 185 deaths
  • Will County reported 3,896 cases and 210 deaths
  • Kane County has 3,592 cases and 93 deaths
  • McHenry has 1026 cases and 55 deaths.
  • Kendall County has 477 cases and 15 deaths.
  • Grundy County has only 61 cases and 1 death.
  • Kankakee County has 583 cases and 31 deaths.

The statewide number of COVID 19 hospital patients as of midnight was 4,626 up from 4,319 yesterday. Of those patients, 1,215 are in ICU compared to yesterday when 1248 were in ICU beds. Of those patients, 730 are on ventilators, which is the same number as yesterday. Hospital Region 8, which is primarily DuPage, has 110 of its 472 ICU beds are available, compared to 98 yesterday. 242 ventilators are available, compared to 244 of 397 total ventilators yesterday. The graph below shows hospitalization utilization over time. As of midnight, in addition to the number of COVID-19 patients, there were 17,272 non-COVID-19 patients in the hospital and 10,531 open beds.

Cases by Hospital Admissionl Date

International statistics from the World Health Organization and CDC provide the following breakdown of cases from earlier today:

  • Worldwide Cases total 4,324,735 compared to 4,233,012 yesterday
  • Deaths worldwide total 291,725 compared to 285,791 yesterday
  • Number of people who have completely recovered worldwide is now 1,571,071 compared to 1,517,557 yesterday

Globally, there are 2,461,939 active cases compared to 2,429,664 active cases yesterday. The active cases are divided between 'mild condition' cases and 'serious or critical condition' cases. Active mild cases are now 98%.

  • Worldwide mild condition cases:2,415,596 compared to 2,382,733 yesterday.
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases:46,343 compared to 46,931 yesterday, 47,035 Sunday, 47,714 Saturday and 48,864 Friday.
  • United States confirmed cases: 1,402,275 compared to 1,376,650 yesterday
  • US Deaths: 83,121 compared to 81,173 yesterday
  • Total US Recoveries: 276,175 compared to 258,419 yesterday
  • US Active cases: 1,042,979 compared to 1,037,058 yesterday
  • Mild condition: 1,026,534 (98.4%) compared to 1,021,585 (98.5%) yesterday
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases:16,445 compared to 16,473 yesterday,16,494 Sunday, 16,843 Saturday and 17,020 Friday

The final days of Giving DuPage Days is upon us. The last chance to donate is today, Wednesday, and finally Thursday until midnight. DuPage Health Matters is accepting monetary donations that can be used to purchase PPE. The link to our page to donate is HERE.

Today, Dr. Ngozi Ezike, the Director of the Illinois Department of Public Health, praised local health departments, including the DuPage County Health Department, as she recognized the work being done at the local level. She reminded people that resources are used daily at the local level to prevent diseases, keep our food safe, and contain outbreaks. For about 30 days, you've heard about the countywide fundraiser known as Giving DuPage Days and the health department's 501(c)(3) organization, DuPage Health Matters, as we compete to raise funds during these difficult times. We received good news late yesterday that a donor has agreed to match the next $5,000 in donations to our organization. It is a challenge, but with your help we may be able to reach the goal. Please let your network of contacts know that tomorrow is the last day for donating to this cause. The link to the page is HERE

The Northeastern Region of the Governor's Restore Illinois Plan includes DuPage County. According to the plan, the entire region needs a 20 percent positivity rate over a 14-day period. Below is a graph showing both the daily positivity rate and the rolling seven day average. On May 10th, which is highlighted, the seven day rolling average is 21 percent and the daily reported positivity rate is 15 percent. On May 23rd, the first of the seven days, the seven day average was 23 percent and the daily reported percentage was 22.

Percent Positive Tests Rolling Average

As of today, the only number that continues to be a problem for the Northeastern region is the positivity rate. The arrow in the green for other variables, however, is good news for a move to phase 3.

Northeast Region Statistics

Today, the DuPage County Health Department confirmed COVID-19 cases have increased by 117 compared to 347 cases yesterday, 155 cases Monday and 95 cases Sunday. In addition, we had 10 deaths. We now have a total of 5,234 cases and 269 deaths. The ten deaths today include 2 males in their 60s, 1 female and 1 male in their 70s, 4 females in their 80s, 1 male and 1 female, both in their 90s.

The Illinois Department of Public Health announced today that there are 1,677 new cases compared to 4,014 new cases yesterday, 1,266 new cases Monday, 1,706 new cases Sunday and 2,225 new cases Saturday. Illinois also had an additional 192 deaths compared to 144 deaths yesterday, 54 deaths Monday, 57 deaths Sunday and 108 deaths Saturday. The death total in Illinois is now 3,792. Illinois has now performed 489,359 tests and 84,698 tests have been positive. The seven-day rolling statewide positive test rate, with a 3-day lag, for the day was 17 percent compared to 18 percent yesterday. The difference between this rate and the Northeastern rate, cited above, has fueled openings of businesses and decisions by some areas downstate to ignore the Governor's order.

The specific number of cases and deaths in the Northeastern region, as of today, are as follows:

  • Chicago reported 33,074 cases and 1,493 deaths.
  • Suburban Cook County reported 23,332 cases and 1096 deaths
  • Lake County reported 5,758 cases and 194 deaths
  • Will County reported 3,973 cases and 214 deaths
  • Kane County has 3,744 cases and 98 deaths
  • McHenry has 1049 cases and 56 deaths.
  • Kendall County has 496 cases and 15 deaths.
  • Grundy County has only 62 cases and 1 death.
  • Kankakee County has 607 cases and 31 deaths.

The statewide number of COVID 19 hospital patients as of midnight was 4,563 down from 4,626 yesterday. Of those patients, 1,208, down from 1,215, yesterday, are in ICU Beds. Of those patients, 714 are on ventilators compared to 730 yesterday who were on ventilators. Hospital Region 8, which is primarily DuPage, has 82 of its 475 ICU beds, compared to 110 yesterday, available. 183 ventilators compared to 242 ventilators, yesterday, are available. The graph below shows hospitalization utilization over time. As of midnight, in addition to the number of COVID-19 patients, there were 17,619 non-COVID-19 patients in the hospital, which was an increase of about 350 people, and 10,248 open beds.

Cases by Hospital Admissionl Date

International statistics from the World Health Organization and CDC provide the following breakdown of cases from earlier today:

  • Worldwide Cases total 4,399,070 compared to 4,324,735 yesterday
  • Deaths worldwide total 296,092 compared to 291,725 yesterday
  • Number of people who have completely recovered worldwide is now 1,644,398 compared to 1,571,071 yesterday

Globally, there are 2,458,580 compared to 2,461,939 active cases yesterday. The active cases are divided between 'mild condition' cases and 'serious or critical condition' cases. Active mild cases are now 98%.

  • Worldwide mild condition cases:2,412,681 compared to 2,415,596 yesterday.
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases:45,899 compared to 46,343 yesterday, 46,931 Monday, 47,035 Sunday, 47,714 Saturday and 48,864 Friday.
  • United States confirmed cases: 1,420,421 compared to 1,402,275 yesterday
  • US Deaths: 84,353 compared to 83,121 yesterday
  • Total US Recoveries: 305,723 compared to 276,175 yesterday and 258,419 Monday
  • US Active cases: 1,030,345 compared to 1,042,979 yesterday
  • Mild condition: 1,013,972 compared to 1,026,534 (98.4%) yesterday

The final days of Giving DuPage Days is upon us. The last chance to donate is today, Wednesday, and finally Thursday. DuPage Health Matters is accepting monetary donations that can be used to purchase PPE. The link to our page to donate is HERE.

For the first time in the history of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Northeast Region of the Governor's Restore Illinois Plan is within all the metrics in phase 3. All of these metrics have to average these numbers for 14 days but despite that reality, it is good news that we now see a positivity rate below 20 percent and it appears that phase three will be arriving at the end of May as planned. The Northeast region, which counts DuPage as a member, was the last of the four state regions to "go green" with all of its metric.

Northeast Region Statistics

While everyone is happy after reading the good news in the first paragraph and looking at the graphs above, I wanted to make one last pitch for DuPage Health Matters. Perhaps, today is the day that the word will spread as we meet the challenge to raise $5,000 by midnight tonight. Spread the word to all of your email contacts and social media contacts. It does work when we all send out the word. Again the link to the page is HERE. Donations are tax deductible and for every dollar you give, it will be matched by another dollar from our generous donor. That is the power of giving to DuPage Health Matters on this day as we close Giving Days DuPage at midnight.

Today, the DuPage County Health Department confirmed COVID-19 cases have increased by 223 cases compared to 117 cases yesterday, 347 cases Tuesday, 155 cases Monday and 95 cases Sunday. In addition, we had 9 deaths. We now have a total of 5,452 cases and 278 deaths. The ten deaths today include 1 female in her 30s, 1 female and 2 males in their 70s, 2 females in their 80s, and 3 females in their 90s. Statewide there were 22,678 tests in the last 24 hours so the high case numbers recently are still less than the 20 percent positivity rate.

Many of you have asked for the information that is provided below, which we update on a weekly basis. As you can see by the graphs, 75.7 percent of the deaths of DuPage residents are associated with a long-term care facility. The lower graph shows that 72.7 percent of the deaths are of people with an underlying medical condition.

Confirmed COVID-19 Related Deaths with Lond-Term Care Facilities

The Illinois Department of Public Health announced today that there are 3,239 new cases compared to 1,677 new cases yesterday and 4,014 new cases Tuesday, 1,266 new cases Monday, 1,706 new cases Sunday and 2,225 new cases Saturday. Illinois also had an additional 138 deaths compared to 192 deaths yesterday, 144 deaths Tuesday, 54 deaths Monday, 57 deaths Sunday and 108 deaths Saturday. The death total in Illinois is now 3,928. Illinois has now performed 512,037 tests and 87,937 tests have been positive.

The specific number of cases and deaths in our region, as of today, are as follows:

  • Chicago reported 34,341 cases and 1,552 deaths.
  • Suburban Cook County reported 24,116 cases and 1123 deaths
  • Lake County reported 5,992 cases and 202 deaths
  • Will County reported 4,090 cases and 231 deaths
  • Kane County has 3,995 cases and 104 deaths
  • McHenry has 1083 cases and 57 deaths.
  • Kendall County has 518 cases and 17 deaths.
  • Grundy County has only 65 cases and 1 death.
  • Kankakee County has 623 cases and 31 deaths.

The statewide number of COVID 19 hospital patients as of midnight was 4,473 down from 4,563 yesterday and 4,626 Tuesday. Of those patients, 1,132 down from 1,208 yesterday are in ICU Beds. Of those patients, 689 are on ventilators compared to 714 yesterday who were on ventilators. Hospital Region 8, which is primarily DuPage, has 110 of its 475 ICU beds, compared to 82 yesterday, available. 214 ventilators compared to 183 ventilators, yesterday, are available. The graph below shows statewide hospitalization utilization over time. As of midnight, in addition to the number of COVID-19 patients, there were 17,714 non-COVID-19 patients in the hospital and 10,226 open beds.

Statistics

International statistics from the World Health Organization and CDC provide the following breakdown of cases from earlier today:

  • Worldwide Cases total 4,501,843 compared to 4,399,070 yesterday
  • Deaths worldwide total 302,169 compared to 296,092 yesterday
  • Number of people who have completely recovered worldwide is now 1,695,295 compared to 1,644,398 yesterday

Globally, there are 2,504,379 compared to 2,458,580 active cases yesterday. The active cases are divided between 'mild condition' cases and 'serious or critical condition' cases. Active mild cases are now 98%.

  • Worldwide mild condition cases:2,458,887 compared to 2,412,681 yesterday.
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases:45,492 compared to 45,899 yesterday compared to 46,343 Tuesday, 46,931 Monday, 47,035 Sunday, 47,714 Saturday and 48,864 Friday.
  • United States confirmed cases: 1,420,421 compared to 1,402,275 yesterday
  • US Deaths: 84,353 compared to 83,121 yesterday
  • Total US Recoveries: 305,723 compared to 276,175 yesterday and 258,419 Monday
  • US Active cases: 1,030,345 compared to 1,042,979 yesterday
  • Mild condition: 1,013,972 (98.4%) compared to 1,026,534 (98.4%) yesterday
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases:16,252 compared to 16,373 yesterday,16,445 Tuesday, 16,473 Monday,16,494 Sunday, 16,843 Saturday and 17,020 Friday

The chart below shows that critical or serious cases, which are the type that cause hospital overcrowding and the use of ICU beds and ventilators, is on the decline both globally and in the United States.

Date World Serious/Critical USA Serious/Critical
Friday, May 8 48,864 Cases 17,020 Cases
Saturday, May 9 47,714 Cases 16,843 Cases
Sunday, May 10 47,035 Cases 16,494 Cases
Monday, May 11 46,931 Cases 16,473 Cases
Tuesday, May 12 46,343 Cases 16,445 Cases
Wednesday, May 13 45,899 Cases 16,373 Cases
Thursday, May 14 45,492 Cases 16,252 Cases

With that good news, we are ending this report with one last request to help us fund DuPage Health Matters. With the final hours of Giving DuPage now here, the last chance to donate is 11:59 p.m. The link to our page to donate is HERE.

Our region, the Northeast Region of the Governor's Restore Illinois Plan, is within all the metrics in phase 3. Today, our positivity rate dropped slightly. A decreasing score is good news because we need to stay under 20 percent. Each metric has to average these numbers for 14 days. The daily positivity rate today was 17 percent in the Northeast region but the 7-day average, including a 3-day lag, shows a 19.4 percent positivity rate. However, that number continues to decline over time.

Northeast Region Statistics

Today, the DuPage County Health Department confirmed COVID-19 cases have increased by 165 cases compared to 223 yesterday, 117 cases Wednesday, 347 cases Tuesday, 155 cases Monday and 95 cases Sunday. In addition, we had 7 deaths. We now have a total of 5,622 cases and 278 deaths. The seven deaths today include 1 male in his 60s, 2 males in their 70s, 3 females in their 80s, and 1 male in his 90s.

The Illinois Department of Public Health announced today that there are 2,432 new cases compared to 3,239 new cases yesterday, 1,677 new cases Wednesday, 4,014 new cases Tuesday, 1,266 new cases Monday, 1,706 new cases Sunday and 2,225 new cases Saturday. Illinois also had an additional 130 deaths compared to 138 deaths yesterday, 192 deaths Wednesday, 144 deaths Tuesday, 54 deaths Monday, 57 deaths Sunday and 108 deaths Saturday. The death total in Illinois is now 4,058. Illinois has now performed 538,602 tests and 90,369 have been positive.

The specific number of cases and deaths in our region, as of today, are as follows:

  • Chicago reported 35,183 cases and 1606 deaths
  • Suburban Cook County reported 24,722 cases and 1156 deaths
  • Lake County reported 6157 cases and 207 deaths
  • Will County reported 4,277 cases and 237 deaths
  • Kane County has 4,159 cases and 107 deaths
  • McHenry has 1123 cases and 62 deaths.
  • Kendall County has 531 cases and 17 deaths.
  • Grundy County has only 73 cases and 1 death.
  • Kankakee County has 647 cases and 31 deaths.

The statewide number of COVID-19 hospital patients as of midnight was 4,367 down from 4,473 yesterday, 4,563 Wednesday and 4,626 Tuesday. Of those patients, 1,129 down from 1,132 yesterday, and 1,208 Wednesday, are in ICU Beds. Of those patients, 675 compared to 689 yesterday and 714 on Wednesday are on ventilators. Hospital Region 8, which is primarily DuPage, has 93 compared to yesterday's 110 of its 475 ICU beds, available. 254 ventilators compared to 214 ventilators, yesterday, are available. The graph below shows hospitalization utilization over time. As of midnight, in addition to the number of COVID-19 patients, there were 17,839 non-COVID-19 patients in the hospital and 10,187 open beds.

Statistics

International statistics from the World Health Organization and CDC provide the following breakdown of cases from earlier today:

  • Worldwide Cases total 4,593,395 compared to 4,501,843 yesterday
  • Deaths worldwide total 306,376 compared to 302,169 yesterday
  • Number of people who have completely recovered worldwide is now 1,738,166 compared to 1,695,295 yesterday

Globally, there are 2,548,853 active cases compared to 2,504,379 active cases yesterday. The active cases are divided between 'mild condition' cases and 'serious or critical condition' cases. Active mild cases are now 98%.

  • Worldwide mild condition cases:2,503,675 compared to 2,458,887 yesterday.
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases:45,178 (The chart below shows a decline day to day for the last week)
  • United States confirmed cases: 1,470, 688 compared to 1,449,430 yesterday
  • US Deaths: 87,773 compared to 86,572 yesterday
  • Total US Recoveries: 317,614 compared to 316,169 yesterday
  • US Active cases: 1,065,301 compared to 1,046,689 yesterday
  • Mild condition: 1,049,128 (98.5%) compared to 1,030,437 (98.4%) yesterday
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases:16,177 (A decline from week to week with daily case counts is on a chart below).

The chart below shows that critical or serious cases, which are the type that cause hospital overcrowding and the use of ICU beds and ventilators, is on the decline both globally and in the United States.

Date World Serious/Critical USA Serious/Critical
Friday, May 8 48,864 Cases 17,020 Cases
Saturday, May 9 47,714 Cases 16,843 Cases
Sunday, May 10 47,035 Cases 16,494 Cases
Monday, May 11 46,931 Cases 16,473 Cases
Tuesday, May 12 46,343 Cases 16,445 Cases
Wednesday, May 13 45,899 Cases 16,373 Cases
Thursday, May 14 45,492 Cases 16,252 Cases
Friday, May 15 45,178 Cases 16,177 Cases

We ended Giving Days DuPage last night at 11:59 p.m. We proudly met and surpassed our goal in our first fundraising effort. Thank you for your assistance in helping us reach that goal.

For the third day in succession, the Northeast Region of the Governor's Restore Illinois Plan is within all the metrics in phase 3. Today, our positivity rate dropped slightly once again. Each metric must average within these ranges for 14 days. The daily positivity rate today was 18 percent in the Northeast region but the 7-day average, including a 3-day lag, shows a 18.8 compared to 19.4 percent positivity rate yesterday and 19.9 the day before.

Northeast Region Statistics

Today, the DuPage County Health Department confirmed COVID-19 cases have increased by 171 compared to 165 cases yesterday, 223 Thursday, 117 cases Wednesday, 347 cases Tuesday, 155 cases Monday and 95 cases Sunday. In addition, we had 6 deaths. We now have a total of 5,622 cases and 291 deaths. The six deaths today include 4 females in their 80s and 2 females in their 90s.

The Illinois Department of Public Health announced today that there were 2,088 new cases compared to 2,432 new cases yesterday. Illinois also had an additional 71 deaths compared to 130 deaths yesterday. The death total in Illinois is now 4,129. Illinois has now performed 561,649 tests and 92,457 have been positive.

The specific number of cases and deaths in our region, as of today, are as follows:

  • Chicago reported 36,006 cases and 1620 deaths (Increase of 823 cases & 14 deaths)
  • Suburban Cook County reported 25,206 cases and 1194 deaths (Increase of 484 cases & 38 deaths)
  • Lake County reported 6382 cases and 209 deaths (Increase of 225 cases and 2 deaths)
  • Will County reported 4312 cases and 240 deaths (Increase of 35 cases & 3 deaths)
  • Kane County has 4,263 cases and 109 deaths (Increase of 104 cases & 2 deaths)
  • McHenry has 1156 cases and 62 deaths. (Increase of 33 cases and 0 deaths)
  • Kendall County has 543 cases and 17 deaths. (Increase of 12 cases and 0 deaths)
  • Grundy County has only 73 cases and 1 death. (No increase in numbers today)
  • Kankakee County has 657 cases and 31 deaths. (Increase of 10 cases & 0 Deaths).

The statewide number of COVID 19 hospital patients as of midnight was 4,306, which is a decrease from 4,367 yesterday, 4,473 Thursday, 4,563 Wednesday and 4,626 Tuesday. Of those patients, 1,135 up from 1,129 yesterday, down from 1,132 Thursday, and 1,208 Wednesday, are in ICU Beds. Of those patients, 653 compared to 675 yesterday, 689 Thursday and 714 on Wednesday are on ventilators. Hospital Region 8, which is primarily DuPage, has 120 compared to yesterday's 93, of its 475 ICU beds, available. 228 ventilators compared to 254 ventilators, yesterday, are available. The graph below shows hospitalization utilization over time. As of midnight, in addition to the number of COVID-19 patients, there were 17,975 non-COVID-19 patients in the hospital and 10,281 open beds.

Statistics

Open beds or ventilators are represented by the orange color. The light blue represents non-COVID-19 patients and the dark blue in all three categories are the COVID-19 patients.

International statistics from the World Health Organization and CDC provide the following breakdown of cases from earlier today:

  • Worldwide Cases total 4,692,059 compared to 4,593,395 yesterday
  • Deaths worldwide total 311,026 compared to 306,376 yesterday
  • Number of people who have completely recovered worldwide is now 1,801,979 compared to 1,738,166 yesterday

Globally, there are 2,579,054 active cases compared to 2,548,853 active cases yesterday. The active cases are divided between 'mild condition' cases and 'serious or critical condition' cases. Active mild cases are now 98%.

  • Worldwide mild condition cases:2,534,299 compared to 2,503,675 yesterday.
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases:44,755 (The chart below shows a decline day to day for the last week)
  • United States confirmed cases: 1,497,096 compared to 1,470,688 yesterday
  • US Deaths: 89,124 compared to 87,773 yesterday.
  • Total US Recoveries: 336,724 compared to 317,614 yesterday
  • US Active cases: 1,071,248 compared to 1,065,301 yesterday
  • Mild condition: 1,055,188 (98.5%) compared to 1,049,128 (98.5%) yesterday
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases:16,060 (A decline from week to week with daily case counts is on a chart below).

The chart below shows that critical or serious cases, which are the type that cause hospital overcrowding and the use of ICU beds and ventilators, is on the decline both globally and in the United States.

Date World Serious/Critical USA Serious/Critical
Friday, May 8 48,864 Cases 17,020 Cases
Saturday, May 9 47,714 Cases 16,843 Cases
Sunday, May 10 47,035 Cases 16,494 Cases
Monday, May 11 46,931 Cases 16,473 Cases
Tuesday, May 12 46,343 Cases 16,445 Cases
Wednesday, May 13 45,899 Cases 16,373 Cases
Thursday, May 14 45,492 Cases 16,252 Cases
Friday, May 15 45,178 Cases 16,177 Cases
Saturday, May 16 44,755 Cases 16,060 Cases

The Institute of Health Metrics and Evaluation has published a graph, which I've attached below based on modeling and actual results. As you can see the blue line represents tests and projected tests, the brown line was the estimated projections and the yellow line is the confirmed infections. The data is for the entire United States. The line in the center starting at the top indicates today's date.

Daily infections and testing

For the fourth day in succession, the Northeast Region of the Governor' Restore Illinois Plan is within all the metrics in phase 3. Today, our positivity rate dropped slightly once again. Each metric must average these numbers for 14 days. The daily positivity rate today was 19 percent in the Northeast region but the 7-day average, including a 3-day lag, had an 18.3 percent rate compared to yesterday's 18.8%, Friday' 19.4 percent rate and Thursday's 19.9% rate.

Northeast Region Statistics

In DuPage, COVID-19 cases have increased by 99 cases compared to 171 cases yesterday. In addition, we had 5 deaths. We now have a total of 5,892 cases and 296 deaths. The five deaths today include 1 male in his 60s, 1 female in her 70s, 2 females in their 80s and 1 female in her 90s.

The Illinois Department of Public Health announced today that there are 1,734 new cases compared 2,088 yesterday. Illinois also had an additional 48 deaths compared to 71 deaths yesterday. The death total in Illinois is now 4,177. Illinois has now performed 581,944 tests and 94,191 have been positive.

The specific number of cases and deaths in our region, as of today, are as follows:

  • Chicago reported 36,621 cases and 1636 deaths.
  • Suburban Cook County reported 25,597 cases and 1203 deaths.
  • Lake County reported 6,489 cases and 215 deaths.
  • Will County reported 4,388 cases and 240 deaths.
  • Kane County has 4,396 cases and 115 deaths.
  • McHenry has 1179 cases and 62 deaths.
  • Kendall County has 563 cases and 17 deaths.
  • Grundy County has only 74 cases and 1 death.
  • Kankakee County has 669 cases and 31 deaths.

The statewide number of COVID 19 hospital patients as of midnight was 4,190, which is a decrease from the 4,306 patients yesterday. Of those patients, 1,134 are in ICU beds and 735 of those patients are on ventilators. Hospital Region 8, which is primarily DuPage, has 95 ICU beds of its 500 ICU beds, available. 242 out of 474 ventilators are available. The graph below shows state hospitalization utilization over time. As of midnight, in addition to the number of COVID-19 patients, there were 17,045 non-COVID-19 patients in the hospital and 11,172 open beds.

Statistics

Open beds or ventilators are represented by the orange color. The light blue represents non-COVID-19 patients and the dark blue in all three categories are the COVID-19 patients.

The World Health Organization and CDC provide the following breakdown of global cases from earlier today:

  • Worldwide Cases total 4,772,583 compared to 4,692,059 yesterday
  • Deaths worldwide total 315,184 compared to 311,026 yesterday
  • Number of people who have completely recovered worldwide is now 1,844,148 compared to 1,801,979 yesterday

Globally, there are 2,613,215 active cases compared to 2,579,054 active cases yesterday. The active cases are divided between 'mild condition' cases and 'serious or critical condition' cases. Active mild cases remain at 98 percent.

  • Worldwide mild condition cases:2,568,520 compared to 2,534,299 yesterday.
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases:44,731 compared to 44,755 yesterday
  • United States confirmed cases: 1,515,966 compared to 1,497,096 yesterday
  • US Deaths: 90,346 compared to 89,124 yesterday.
  • Total US Recoveries: 340,727 compared to 336,724 yesterday
  • US Active cases: 1,084,893 compared to 1,071,248 yesterday
  • Mild condition: 1,068,645 (98.5%) compared to 1,055,188 (98.5%) yesterday
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases:16,248 compared to 16,060 yesterday (This is the first day with an increase after 9 days of declining critical cases)

For the fifth consecutive day, the Northeast Region of the Governor's Restore Illinois Plan is within all the metrics in phase 3. Today, our positivity rate dropped slightly once again. Each metric must average these numbers for 14 days. The daily positivity rate today was 17 percent in the Northeast region but the 7-day average, including a 3-day lag, had an 17.9 percent compared to yesterday's 18.3 percent rate, Saturday’s 18.8%, Friday's 19.4 percent and Thursday's 19.9% positivity rate. This is an exciting trend that is necessary to move to phase three.

Northeast Region Statistics

Today, the DuPage County Health Department confirmed COVID-19 cases have increased by 141 cases compared to 99 cases yesterday. In addition, we had 6 deaths. We now have a total of 6,033 cases and 302 deaths. The deaths today include 1 female in her 50s, 1 female in her 70s, 2 females in their 80s and 2 males in their 90s.

The Illinois Department of Public Health announced today that there are 2,294 cases compared to 1,734 new cases yesterday. Illinois also had an additional 59 deaths compared to 48 deaths yesterday. The death total in Illinois is now 4,234. Illinois has now performed 603,241 tests and 96,485 have been positive.

The specific number of cases and deaths in our region, as of today, are as follows:

  • Chicago reported 37,434 and 1,681 deaths.
  • Suburban Cook County reported 26,256 cases and 1208 deaths.
  • Lake County reported 6,645 and 215 deaths.
  • Will County reported 4,455 cases and 240 deaths.
  • Kane County has 4,584 cases and 115 deaths.
  • McHenry has 1209 cases and 62 deaths.
  • Kendall County has 579 cases and 18 deaths.
  • Grundy County has only 75 cases and 1 death.
  • Kankakee County has 673 cases and 31 deaths.

The statewide number of COVID 19 hospital patients as of midnight was 4,120, which is a decrease from yesterday's 4,190 patients. Of those patients, 1,096 are in ICU beds compared to 1,134 that were in ICU beds yesterday. Of those ICU patients, 630 are on ventilators, which is reduced from 735 that were on ventilators yesterday. Hospital Region 8, which is primarily DuPage, has 106 ICU beds of its 487 ICU beds, available. 294 out of 536 ventilators are available. The graph below shows state hospitalization utilization over time. As of midnight, in addition to the number of COVID-19 patients, there were 16,748 non-COVID-19 patients in the hospital and 12,017 open beds.

Statistics

Open beds or ventilators are represented by the orange color. The light blue represents non-COVID-19 patients and the dark blue in all three categories are the COVID-19 patients.

International statistics from the World Health Organization and CDC provide the following breakdown of cases from earlier today:

  • Worldwide Cases total 4,859,342 compared to 4,772,583 yesterday
  • Deaths worldwide total 318,530 compared to 315,184 yesterday
  • Number of people who have completely recovered worldwide is now 1,888,179 compared to 1,844,148 yesterday

Globally, there are 2,652,635 active cases compared to 2,613,215 active cases yesterday. The active cases are divided between 'mild condition' cases and 'serious or critical condition' cases. Active mild cases are now 98 percent.

  • Worldwide mild condition cases:2,608,674 compared to 2,568,520 yesterday.
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases:43,959 compared to 44,731 yesterday
  • United States confirmed cases: 1,538,117 compared to 1,515,966 yesterday
  • US Deaths: 91,460 compared to 90,346 yesterday.
  • Total US Recoveries: 351.348 compared to 340,727 yesterday
  • US Active cases: 1,095,309 compared to 1,084,893 yesterday
  • Mild condition: 1,079,324 compared to 1,068,645 (98.5%) yesterday
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases:15,985 down from 16,248 yesterday and 16,060 Saturday

The big news today from Springfield is that Governor Pritzker announced that restaurants and bars will be able to open with outside seating in phase 3. Earlier in the day, the Illinois Department of Public Health withdrew an emergency rule that would have resulted in class A misdemeanor charges for businesses that open in violation of the executive order.

For the seventh consecutive day, the Northeast Region of the Governor's Restore Illinois Plan is within all the metrics in phase 3. Today, our positivity rate dropped slightly once again. Each metric must average these numbers for 14 days. The daily positivity rate today was 15 percent in the Northeast region but the 7-day average, including a 3-day lag, had a 17.4 percent rate compared to yesterday's 17.5 percent rate, Monday's 17.9 percent rate, Sunday's 18.3 percent rate, Saturday's 18.8%, Friday's 19.4 percent and Thursday's 19.9% positivity rate. This is an exciting trend that is necessary to move to phase 3.

Northeast Region Statistics

TToday, the DuPage County Health Department confirmed COVID-19 cases have increased by 125 new cases compared to 139 new cases yesterday. In addition, we had 10 deaths. We now have a total of 6,297 cases and 324 deaths. The deaths today include 1 male in his 20s, 1 male in his 40s, 1 male in his 60s, 3 females in their 70s, 2 males in their 70s and 2 females in their 80s.

The Illinois Department of Public Health announced today that there are 2,388 new cases compared to 1,545 new cases yesterday. Illinois also had an additional 147 deaths compared to 146 deaths yesterday. The death total in Illinois is now 4,525. Illinois has now performed 642,713 tests and 100,418 have been positive. The statewide 7-day positivity rate, with a three-day lag, is 14 percent.

The specific number of cases and deaths in our region, as of today, are as follows:

  • Chicago reported 38,839 and 1,787 deaths.
  • Suburban Cook County reported 27,374 cases and 1287 deaths.
  • Lake County reported 6,905 and 231 deaths.
  • Will County reported 4,695 cases and 247 deaths.
  • Kane County has 4,813 cases and 136 deaths.
  • McHenry has 1255 cases and 66 deaths.
  • Kendall County has 610 cases and 19 deaths.
  • Grundy County has only 83 cases and 2 deaths.
  • Kankakee County has 703 cases and 36 deaths.

Dr. Nogzi Ezike, the Director of the Illinois Department of Public Health noted that we are seeing a decrease in the numbers of people hospitalized, the numbers of people in the ICU and the numbers of individuals on the ventilators associated with COVID-19. She called it exciting news.

The statewide number of COVID 19 hospital patients as of midnight was 3,914 compared to 4,002 yesterday. Of those patients, 1,005 patients were occupying ICU beds compared to 993 yesterday. Of those ICU patients, 554 are on ventilators compared to 576 who were on ventilators yesterday. Hospital Region 8, which is primarily DuPage, has 70 of its 462 ICU beds, available. 238 out of 536 ventilators are available. The graph below shows state hospitalization utilization over time. As of midnight, in addition to the number of COVID-19 patients, there were 17,045 non-COVID-19 patients in the hospital and 10,439 open beds.

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Open beds or ventilators are represented by the orange color. The light blue represents non-COVID-19 patients and the dark blue in all three categories are the COVID-19 patients.

International statistics from the World Health Organization and CDC provide the following breakdown of cases from earlier today:

  • Worldwide Cases total 5,035,991 compared to 4,956,725 yesterday
  • Deaths worldwide total 326,239 compared to 323,095 yesterday
  • Number of people who have completely recovered worldwide is now 1,988,644 compared to 1,941,288 yesterday

Globally, there are 2,721,108 active cases compared to 2,692,346 active cases yesterday. The active cases are divided between 'mild condition' cases and 'serious or critical condition' cases. Active mild cases are now 98 percent.

  • Worldwide mild condition cases:2,675,639 compared to 2,647,286 yesterday.
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases:45,469 compared to 45,060 yesterday
  • United States confirmed cases: 1,576,625 compared to 1,561,766 yesterday
  • US Deaths: 93,858 compared to 92,812 yesterday.
  • Total US Recoveries: 362,850 compared to 361,174 yesterday
  • US Active cases: 1,119,917 compared to 1,107,780 yesterday
  • Mild condition: 1,102,668 compared to 1,090,901 yesterday
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases:17,249 up from 16,879 yesterday

For the eighth consecutive day, the Northeast Region of the Governor's Restore Illinois Plan is within all the metrics need to advance to phase 3. Today, our positivity rate dropped slightly once again. The daily positivity rate today was 15 percent in the Northeast region but the 7-day average, including a 3-day lag, had a 16.8% percent rate. The following chart shows the daily progress since Thursday May 14th.

Thursday, May 14 19.9 percent rate
Friday, May 15 19.4 percent rate
Saturday, May 16 18.8 percent rate
Sunday, May 17 18.3 percent rate
Monday, May 18 17.9 percent rate
Tuesday, May 19 17.5 percent rate
Wednesday, May 20 17.4 percent rate
Thursday, May 21 16.8 percent rate

Today the DuPage County Health Department confirmed COVID-19 cases have increased by 170 new cases compared to 125 new cases yesterday. In addition, we had 7 deaths. We now have a total of 6,467 cases and 331 deaths. The deaths today include 1 male in his 60s, 1 female in her 70s, 1 male in his 70s, 1 male in his 90s, and 3 females in their 90s.

The data that is being shared worldwide has indicated that individuals with underlying conditions are more likely to suffer greater consequences from contracting the virus. The graph below from the DuPage County Health Department, indicates that of the COVID-19 deaths for DuPage residents, the majority had at least one underlying condition. We share that data weekly and it has remained statistically constant through this pandemic. Many of the underlying conditions can be eliminated through lifestyle choices and perhaps the losses suffered through this pandemic will make everyone aware of the need for community health initiatives and personal responsibility for one's own health. As the first graph shows, the existence of one underlying medical condition is a major factor among all age groups for deaths. In addition to people with underlying conditions being more likely to die from the virus, they are more likely to have more intensive health issues while suffering from the virus.

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In addition, nursing home deaths during the pandemic have shined a spotlight on long-term care facilities. At a recent briefing, the Illinois Department of Public Health Director, Ngozi Ezike, agreed that nursing home residents were suffering a disproportionate share of deaths compared to cases. She said that this fact pattern was also true in Europe

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With only 17.9 percent of DuPage cases associated with the COVID-19 virus, it is astounding that 76.4 percent of the deaths are associated with a long-term care facility.

The Illinois Department of Public Health announced today that there are 2,268 new cases compared to 2,388 new cases yesterday. Illinois also had an additional 87 deaths compared to 147 deaths yesterday. The death total in Illinois is now 4,607. Illinois has now performed 672,020 tests and 102,686 have been positive.

The specific number of cases and deaths in our region, as of today, are as follows:

  • Chicago reported 39,755 and 1,814 deaths.
  • Suburban Cook County reported 27,796 cases and 1300 deaths.
  • Lake County reported 7,128 and 237 deaths.
  • Will County reported 4,797 cases and 250 deaths.
  • Kane County has 4,981 cases and 145 deaths.
  • McHenry has 1282 cases and 67 deaths.
  • Kendall County has 627 cases and 19 deaths.
  • Grundy County has only 82 cases and 2 deaths.
  • Kankakee County has 709 cases and 40 deaths.

The statewide number of COVID 19 hospital patients as of midnight was 4,107 compared to 3,914 yesterday. Of those patients, 1,088 patients were occupying ICU beds compared to 1,005 yesterday. Of those ICU patients, 609 are on ventilators compared to 554 who were on ventilators yesterday. Hospital Region 8, which is primarily DuPage, has 139 of its 482 ICU beds, available. 303 out of 536 ventilators are available. The graph below shows state hospitalization utilization over time. As of midnight, in addition to the number of COVID-19 patients, there were 17,249 non-COVID-19 patients in the hospital and 11,737 open beds.

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Open beds or ventilators are represented by the orange color. The light blue represents non-COVID-19 patients and the dark blue in all three categories are the COVID-19 patients.

International statistics from the World Health Organization and CDC provide the following breakdown of cases from earlier today:

  • Worldwide Cases total 5,149,443 compared to 5,035,991 yesterday
  • Deaths worldwide total 332,022 compared to 326,239 yesterday
  • Number of people who have completely recovered worldwide is now 2,055,127 compared to 1,988,644 yesterday

Globally, there are 2,762,294 active cases compared to 2,721,108 active cases yesterday. The active cases are divided between 'mild condition' cases and 'serious or critical condition' cases. Active mild cases are now 98 percent.

  • Worldwide mild condition cases:2,716,372 compared to 2,675,639 yesterday.
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases:45,922 compared to 45,469 yesterday
  • United States confirmed cases: 1,604,109 compared to 1,576,625 yesterday
  • US Deaths: 95,571 compared to 93,858 yesterday.
  • Total US Recoveries: 371,795 compared to 362,850 yesterday
  • US Active cases: 1,136,743 compared to 1,119,917 yesterday
  • Mild condition: 1,118,594 compared to 1,102,668 yesterday
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases:18,149 up from 17,249 yesterday

For the tenth consecutive day, the Northeast Region of the Governor's Restore Illinois Plan is within all the metrics need to advance to phase 3. Today, our positivity rate dropped slightly once again. The daily positivity rate today was 13 percent in the Northeast region but the 7-day average, including a 3-day lag, had a 15.5% percent rate. The following chart shows the daily progress since Thursday May 14th.

Thursday, May 14 19.9 percent rate
Friday, May 15 19.4 percent rate
Saturday, May 16 18.8 percent rate
Sunday, May 17 18.3 percent rate
Monday, May 18 17.9 percent rate
Tuesday, May 19 17.5 percent rate
Wednesday, May 20 17.4 percent rate
Thursday, May 21 16.8 percent rate
Friday, May 22 16.3 percent rate
Saturday, May 23 15.5 percent rate

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Today, the DuPage County Health Department confirmed COVID-19 cases have increased by 177 new cases compared to 260 new cases yesterday. In addition, we had 1 death. We now have a total of 6,904 cases and 337 deaths. The death today was a female in her 90s.

Some of you have asked about DuPage's positivity rate. You should be pleased to know that the positivity rate in DuPage has consistently remained at or below the 20 percent line.

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On May 1st, the positivity rate in DuPage was 17.4 percent. On May 15th, it had dropped to 11.7%, we recorded 12.1 percent on May 16th and 9 percent on May 17th. These numbers are combined with other counties, and the City of Chicago, in the Northeast region to provide the daily rolling average provided above. This information is available on the department's dashboard.

The Illinois Department of Public Health announced today that there are 2,352 new cases compared to 2,758 yesterday. Illinois also had an additional 75 deaths compared to 110 deaths yesterday. The death total in Illinois is now 4,790. Illinois has now performed 722,247 tests and 107,796 have been positive.

The specific number of cases and deaths in our region, as of today, are as follows:

  • Chicago reported 41,402 and 1,894 deaths.
  • Suburban Cook County reported 29,015 cases and 1352 deaths.
  • Lake County reported 7,465 and 250 deaths.
  • Will County reported 5,012 cases and 257 deaths.
  • Kane County has 5,484 cases and 152 deaths.
  • McHenry has 1360 cases and 67 deaths.
  • Kendall County has 689 cases and 19 deaths.
  • Grundy County has only 87 cases and 2 deaths.
  • Kankakee County has 783 cases and 42 deaths.

The statewide number of COVID 19 hospital patients as of midnight was 3,753 compared to 3,928 yesterday. Of those patients, 1,027 patients were occupying ICU beds compared to 1,060 patients yesterday. Of those ICU patients, 607 are on ventilators compared to 589 who were on ventilators yesterday. Hospital Region 8, which is primarily DuPage, has 102 of its 482 ICU beds, available. 260 out of 536 ventilators are available. The graph below shows state hospitalization utilization over time. As of midnight, in addition to the number of COVID-19 patients, there were 17,772 non-COVID-19 patients in the hospital and 11,729 open beds.

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Open beds or ventilators are represented by the orange color. The light blue represents non-COVID-19 patients and the dark blue in all three categories are the COVID-19 patients.

International statistics from the World Health Organization and CDC provide the following breakdown of cases from earlier today:

  • Worldwide Cases total 5,372,763 compared to 5,263,710 yesterday
  • Deaths worldwide total 342,634 compared to 337,852 yesterday
  • Number of people who have completely recovered worldwide is now 2,225,428 compared to 2,126,313 yesterday

Globally, there are 2,804,701 compared to 2,799,761 active cases yesterday. The active cases are divided between 'mild condition' cases and 'serious or critical condition' cases. Active mild cases are now 98 percent.

  • Worldwide mild condition cases: 2,751,210 compared to 2,754,549 yesterday.
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases: 53,491 compared to 45,212 yesterday (The increase in critical cases worldwide is not connected to the United States, wherein critical cases continue to trend downward. However, Brazil and Russia have skyrocketed in cases to number 2 and 3, respectively, and becoming hotspots internationally.
  • United States confirmed cases: 1,656,694 compared to 1,633,236 yesterday
  • US Deaths: 98,254 compared to 97,140 yesterday.
  • Total US Recoveries: 438,562 compared to 385,070 yesterday
  • US Active cases: 1,119,878 compared to 1,151,026 yesterday
  • Mild condition: 1,102,769 compared to 1,134,344 yesterday
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases:17,109 compared to 17,682 yesterday

For the eleventh consecutive day, the Northeast Region of the Governor's Restore Illinois Plan is within all the metrics need to advance to phase 3. Today, our positivity rate dropped slightly once again. The daily positivity rate today was 15 percent in the Northeast region and the 7-day average, including a 3-day lag, also had a 15% percent rate. The following chart shows the daily progress since Thursday May 14th , as we start the last week of Phase 2.

Thursday, May 14 19.9 percent rate
Friday, May 15 19.4 percent rate
Saturday, May 16 18.8 percent rate
Sunday, May 17 18.3 percent rate
Monday, May 18 17.9 percent rate
Tuesday, May 19 17.5 percent rate
Wednesday, May 20 17.4 percent rate
Thursday, May 21 16.8 percent rate
Friday, May 22 16.3 percent rate
Saturday, May 23 15.5 percent rate
Sunday, May 24 15 percent rate

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Today, the DuPage County Health Department confirmed COVID-19 cases have increased by 159 new cases compared to 177 new cases yesterday. In addition, we had 1 death. We now have a total of 7,063 cases and 338 deaths. The death today was a female in her 60s.

As you know, the DuPage County Health Department has a COVID-19 dashboard on its website. The graph below shows the COVID-19 related deaths among DuPage residents. As you can see, as of yesterday, the seven-day rolling average for deaths was 2.3. On May 17th, one week ago today, that rolling seven-day average was 6.7 deaths.

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The Illinois Department of Public Health announced today that there are 2,608 new cases compared to 2,352 new cases yesterday. Illinois also had an additional 66 deaths compared to 75 deaths yesterday. The death total in Illinois is now 4,856. Illinois has now performed 747,921 tests and 110,304 have been positive.

The specific number of cases and deaths in our region, as of today, are as follows:

  • Chicago reported 42,372 and 1,940 deaths.
  • Suburban Cook County reported 29,638 cases and 1,364 deaths.
  • Lake County reported 7,615 and 250 deaths.
  • Will County reported 5,117 cases and 257 deaths.
  • Kane County has 5,645 cases and 152 deaths.
  • McHenry has 1399 cases and 67 deaths.
  • Kendall County has 709 cases and 19 deaths.
  • Grundy County has only 89 cases and 2 deaths.
  • Kankakee County has 791 cases and 42 deaths.

The statewide number of COVID 19 hospital patients as of midnight was 3,667 compared to 3,753 yesterday. Of those patients, 1,007 patients were occupying ICU beds compared to 1,027 patients yesterday. Of those ICU patients, 632 are on ventilators compared to 607 who were on ventilators yesterday. Hospital Region 8, which is primarily DuPage, has 125 of its 482 ICU beds, available. 279 out of 536 of the Region 8 ventilators are available. The graph below shows state hospitalization utilization over time. As of midnight, in addition to the number of COVID-19 patients, there were 19,996 non-COVID-19 patients in the hospital and 12,626 open beds.

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Open beds or ventilators are represented by the orange color. The light blue represents non-COVID-19 patients and the dark blue in all three categories are the COVID-19 patients.

International statistics from the World Health Organization and CDC provide the following breakdown of cases from earlier today:

  • Worldwide Cases total 5,462,859 compared to 5,372,763 yesterday
  • Deaths worldwide total 345,409 compared to 342,634 yesterday
  • Number of people who have completely recovered worldwide is now 2,286,821 compared to 2,225,428 yesterday

Globally, there are 2,830,629 active cases compared to 2,804,701 active cases yesterday. The active cases are divided between 'mild condition' cases and 'serious or critical condition' cases. Active mild cases remain at 98 percent both worldwide and in the USA.

  • Worldwide mild condition cases: 2,777,410 compared to 2,751,210 yesterday.
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases:53,219 compared to 53,491 yesterday.
  • United States confirmed cases:1,675,880 compared to 1,656,694 yesterday
  • US Deaths: 99,003 compared to 98,254 yesterday.
  • Total US Recoveries: 451,124 compared to 438,562 yesterday
  • US Active cases: 1,125,753 compared to 1,119,878 yesterday
  • Mild condition: 1,108,598 compared to 1,102,769 yesterday
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases:17,155 compared to 17,109 yesterday

For the twelfth consecutive day, the Northeast Region of the Governor's Restore Illinois Plan is within all the metrics need to advance to phase 3. Today, our positivity rate dropped slightly once again. The daily positivity rate today was 14 percent in the Northeast region but the 7-day average, including a 3-day lag, had a 14.5% percent rate. The following chart shows the daily progress since Thursday May 14th

Date 7-Day (3-Day Lag) Rolling Positivity Rate
Thursday, May 14 19.9 percent rate
Friday, May 15 19.4 percent rate
Saturday, May 16 18.8 percent rate
Sunday, May 17 18.3 percent rate
Monday, May 18 17.9 percent rate
Tuesday, May 19 17.5 percent rate
Wednesday, May 20 17.4 percent rate
Thursday, May 21 16.8 percent rate
Friday, May 22 16.3 percent rate
Saturday, May 23 15.5 percent rate
Sunday, May 24 15 percent rate
Monday, May 25 14.5 percent rate

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Today, the DuPage County Health Department confirmed COVID-19 cases have increased by 132 new cases compared to 159 new cases yesterday. We are reporting no deaths for the 24-hour period. We now have a total of 7,195 cases and 338 deaths.

As you know, the DuPage County Health Department has a COVID-19 dashboard on its website. The graph below shows the COVID-19 related deaths among DuPage residents. As you can see, as of yesterday, the seven-day rolling average for deaths was 1.1 compared to 2.3 yesterday. On May 17th, that rolling seven-day average was 6.7 deaths.

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The Illinois Department of Public Health announced today that there are 1,713 new cases compared to 2,608 new cases yesterday. Illinois also had an additional 28 deaths compared to 66 deaths yesterday. The death total in Illinois is now 4,884. Illinois has now performed 769,564 tests and 112,017 have been positive.

The specific number of cases and deaths in our region, as of today, are as follows:

  • Chicago reported 42,967 and 1,955 deaths.
  • Suburban Cook County reported 30,130 cases and 1369 deaths.
  • Lake County reported 7,723 and 250 deaths.
  • Will County reported 5,188 cases and 258 deaths.
  • Kane County has 5,761 cases and 152 deaths.
  • McHenry has 1,427 cases and 67 deaths.
  • Kendall County has 714 cases and 19 deaths.
  • Grundy County has only 89 cases and 2 deaths.
  • Kankakee County has 799 cases and 42 deaths.

The statewide number of COVID 19 hospital patients as of midnight was 3,763 compared to 3,667 yesterday. Of those patients, 1,025 patients were occupying ICU beds compared to 1,007 patients yesterday. Of those ICU patients, 605 are on ventilators compared to 632 who were on ventilators yesterday. Hospital Region 8, which is primarily DuPage, has 140 of its 482 ICU beds, available. 370 out of 536 ventilators are available. The graph below shows state hospitalization utilization over time. As of midnight, in addition to the number of COVID-19 patients, there were 16,643 non-COVID-19 patients in the hospital and 12,915 open beds.

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Open beds or ventilators are represented by the orange color. The light blue represents non-COVID-19 patients and the dark blue in all three categories are the COVID-19 patients.

International statistics from the World Health Organization and CDC provide the following breakdown of cases from earlier today:

  • Worldwide Cases total 5,555,749 compared to 5,462,859 yesterday
  • Deaths worldwide total 348,220 compared to 345,409 yesterday
  • Number of people who have completely recovered worldwide is now 2,331,795 compared to 2,286,821 yesterday

Globally, there are 2,875,734 active cases compared to 2,830,629 active cases yesterday. The active cases are divided between 'mild condition' cases and 'serious or critical condition' cases. Active mild cases are now 98.1 percent.

  • Worldwide mild condition cases: 2,822,552 compared to 2,777,410 yesterday.
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases:53,182 compared to 53,219 yesterday.
  • United States confirmed cases:1,695,820 compared to 1,675,880 yesterday
  • US Deaths: 99,537 compared to 99,003 yesterday.
  • Total US Recoveries: 456,595 compared to 451,124 yesterday
  • US Active cases: 1,139,688 compared to 1,125,753 yesterday
  • Mild condition: 1,122,623 (98.5%) compared to 1,108,598 yesterday
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases:17,065 compared to 17,155 yesterday

For the thirteenth consecutive day, the Northeast Region of the Governor's Restore Illinois Plan is within all the metrics need to advance to phase 3. Today, our positivity rate did not continue the decline we have seen for the previous 12 days. Instead, the daily positivity rate today was 15 percent in the Northeast region but the 7-day average, including a 3-day lag, had a 14.5% percent rate. The following chart shows the daily progress since Thursday May 14, 2020.

Date 7-Day (3-Day Lag) Rolling Positivity Rate
Thursday, May 14 19.9 percent rate
Friday, May 15 19.4 percent rate
Saturday, May 16 18.8 percent rate
Sunday, May 17 18.3 percent rate
Monday, May 18 17.9 percent rate
Tuesday, May 19 17.5 percent rate
Wednesday, May 20 17.4 percent rate
Thursday, May 21 16.8 percent rate
Friday, May 22 16.3 percent rate
Saturday, May 23 15.5 percent rate
Sunday, May 24 15 percent rate
Monday, May 25 14.5 percent rate
Tuesday, May 26 14.5 percent rate

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Today, the DuPage County Health Department confirmed COVID-19 cases have increased by 110 compared to 132 new cases yesterday. We are reporting three deaths for the 24-hour period. We now have a total of 7,305 cases and 341 deaths. The three deaths were a female in her 70s, a male in his 70s, and a female in her 90s.

The Illinois Department of Public Health announced today that there are 1,178 new cases compared to 1,713 yesterday. Illinois also had an additional 39 deaths compared to 28 deaths yesterday. The death total in Illinois is now 4,923. Illinois has now performed 786,794 tests and 113,195 have been positive. The lower number of cases, according to the Illinois Department of Public Health is due to the number of tests being processed this past holiday weekend. On the positive side, Dr. Ezike noted that we saw the first week where deaths statewide decreased compared to the previous week.

The specific number of cases and deaths in our region, as of today, are as follows:

  • Chicago reported 43,372 and 1,980 deaths.
  • Suburban Cook County reported 30,447 cases and 1374 deaths.
  • Lake County reported 7,767 and 250 deaths.
  • Will County reported 5,238 cases and 258 deaths.
  • Kane County has 5,866 cases and 153 deaths.
  • McHenry has 1,452 cases and 68 deaths.
  • Kendall County has 727 cases and 19 deaths.
  • Grundy County has only 89 cases and 2 deaths.
  • Kankakee County has 802 cases and 42 deaths.

The statewide number of COVID 19 hospital patients as of midnight was 3,788 compared to 3,763 yesterday. Of those patients, 1,035 patients were occupying ICU beds compared to 1,025 patients yesterday. Of those ICU patients, 590 are on ventilators compared to 605 who were on ventilators yesterday. Hospital Region 8, which is primarily DuPage, has 138 of its 482 ICU beds, available. 311 out of 536 ventilators are available. The graph below shows state hospitalization utilization over time. As of midnight, in addition to the number of COVID-19 patients, there were 17,001 non-COVID-19 patients in the hospital and 12,554 open beds.

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Open beds or ventilators are represented by the orange color. The light blue represents non-COVID-19 patients and the dark blue in all three categories are the COVID-19 patients.

International statistics from the World Health Organization and CDC provide the following breakdown of cases from earlier today:

  • Worldwide Cases total 5,639,998 compared to 5,555,749 yesterday
  • Deaths worldwide total 349,392 compared to 348,220 yesterday
  • Number of people who have completely recovered worldwide is now 2,406,838 compared to 2,331,795 yesterday

Globally, there are 2,883,768 active cases compared to 2,875,734 active cases yesterday. The active cases are divided between 'mild condition' cases and 'serious or critical condition' cases. Mild cases are now 98.2 percent of the active cases.

  • Worldwide mild condition cases: 2,830,576 compared to 2,822,552 yesterday.
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases:53,192 compared to 53,182 yesterday.
  • United States confirmed cases:1,713,654 cases compared to 1,695,820 yesterday
  • US Deaths: 100,064 compared to 99,537 yesterday.
  • Total US Recoveries: 468,778 compared to 456,595 yesterday
  • United States confirmed cases:1,713,654 cases compared to 1,695,820 yesterday
  • US Deaths: 100,064 compared to 99,537 yesterday.
  • Total US Recoveries: 468,778 compared to 456,595 yesterday

For the fourteenth consecutive day, the Northeast Region of the Governor's Restore Illinois Plan is within all the metrics need to advance to phase 3. The daily positivity rate today was 14 percent in the Northeast region but the 7-day average, including a 3-day lag, had a 14.3% percent rate. The following chart shows the daily progress since Thursday May 14th

Date 7-Day (3-Day Lag) Rolling Positivity Rate
Thursday, May 14 19.9 percent rate
Friday, May 15 19.4 percent rate
Saturday, May 16 18.8 percent rate
Sunday, May 17 18.3 percent rate
Monday, May 18 17.9 percent rate
Tuesday, May 19 17.5 percent rate
Wednesday, May 20 17.4 percent rate
Thursday, May 21 16.8 percent rate
Friday, May 22 16.3 percent rate
Saturday, May 23 15.5 percent rate
Sunday, May 24 15 percent rate
Monday, May 25 14.5 percent rate
Tuesday, May 26 14.5 percent rate
Wednesday, May 27 14.5 percent rate

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Today, the DuPage County Health Department confirmed COVID-19 cases have increased by 64 new cases compared to 110 new cases yesterday. We are reporting five deaths for the 24-hour period. We now have a total of 7,369 cases and 346 deaths. The deaths were a male in his 40s, a male in his 50s, a female in her 60s, a male in his 80s, and a female in her 90s.

The Illinois Department of Public Health announced today that there are 1,111 new cases compared to 1,178 new cases yesterday. Illinois also had an additional 160 deaths compared to 39 deaths yesterday. The death total in Illinois is now 5,083. Illinois has now performed 803,973 tests and 114,306 have been positive. The statewide positivity rate was 6.47% for the most recent 24 hours.

The specific number of cases and deaths in our region, as of today, are as follows:

  • Chicago reported 43,778 and 2,021 deaths.
  • Suburban Cook County reported 30,743 cases and 1434 deaths.
  • Lake County reported 7,845 and 270 deaths.
  • Will County reported 5,279 cases and 264 deaths.
  • Kane County has 5,947 cases and 162 deaths.
  • McHenry has 1,475 cases and 69 deaths.
  • Kendall County has 736 cases and 19 deaths.
  • Grundy County has only 88 cases and 2 deaths.
  • Kankakee County has 808 cases and 43 deaths.

The statewide number of COVID 19 hospital patients as of midnight was 3,826 compared to 3,788 yesterday. Of those patients, 1,031 patients were occupying ICU beds compared to 1,035 patients yesterday. Of those ICU patients, 592 are on ventilators compared to 590 who were on ventilators yesterday. Hospital Region 8, which is primarily DuPage, has 125 of its 482 ICU beds, available. 286 out of 536 ventilators are available. The graph below shows state hospitalization utilization over time. As of midnight, in addition to the number of COVID-19 patients, there were 17,701 non-COVID-19 patients in the hospital and 11,887 open beds.

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Open beds or ventilators are represented by the orange color. The light blue represents non-COVID-19 patients and the dark blue in all three categories are the COVID-19 patients.

International statistics from the World Health Organization and CDC provide the following breakdown of cases from earlier today:

  • Worldwide Cases total 5,741,582 compared to 5,639,998 yesterday
  • Deaths worldwide total 354,755 compared to 349,392 yesterday
  • Number of people who have completely recovered worldwide is now 2,470,536 compared to 2,406,838 yesterday

Globally, there are 2,916,291 active cases compared to 2,883,768 active cases yesterday. The active cases are divided between 'mild condition' cases and 'serious or critical condition' cases. Active mild cases are now 98.1 percent.

  • Worldwide mild condition cases: 2,863,216 compared to 2,830,576 yesterday.
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases:53,075 compared to 53,192 yesterday.
  • United States confirmed cases:1,735,330 compared to 1,713,654 cases yesterday
  • US Deaths: 100,064 compared to 99,537 yesterday.
  • Total US Recoveries: 468,778 compared to 456,595 yesterday
  • US Active cases: 1,144,812 compared to 1,139,688 yesterday
  • Mild condition: 1,127,665 (98.5%) compared to 1,122,623 (98.5%) yesterday
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases:17,147 compared to 17,065 yesterday

Today, we entered Phase 3, and we can expect that we won't enter Phase 4 for at least 28 days, according to Governor Pritzker. The positivity rate was 14% and the seven-day average was 14.1 percent.

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Today, the DuPage County Health Department confirmed COVID-19 cases have increased by 85 new cases compared to 110 new cases yesterday. We are reporting eleven deaths for the 24-hour period. We now have a total of 7,479 cases and 351 deaths. The deaths were a male in his 30s, a female in her 30s, a male in his 50s, a male in his 60s, a female in her 70s, a male in his 70s, two females in their 80s, a male in his 80s, a female in her 90s, and a male in his 90s.

Below, you can see that only 15.9 percent of the cases are in long-term care facilities, but 75.1 percent of the deaths are associated with long-term care facilities in DuPage.

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The Illinois Department of Public Health announced today that there are 1,622 new cases compared to 1,527 new cases yesterday. Illinois also had an additional 84 deaths compared to 103 deaths yesterday. The death total in Illinois is now 5,270. Illinois has now performed 851,762 tests and 117,455 have been positive.

The specific number of cases and deaths in our region, as of today, are as follows:

  • Chicago reported 44,666 and 2,075 deaths.
  • Suburban Cook County reported 31,600 cases and 1495 deaths.
  • Lake County reported 8,063 and 287 deaths.
  • Will County reported 5,442 cases and 269 deaths.
  • Kane County has 6,188 cases and 170 deaths.
  • McHenry has 1,514 cases and 71 deaths.
  • Kendall County has 769 cases and 19 deaths.
  • Grundy County has only 95 cases and 2 deaths.
  • Kankakee County has 871 cases and 44 deaths.

The statewide number of COVID 19 hospital patients as of midnight was 3,599 compared to 3,649 yesterday. Of those patients, 980 patients were occupying ICU beds compared to 1,009 patients yesterday. Of those ICU patients, 593 are on ventilators compared to 576 who were on ventilators yesterday. Hospital Region 8, which is primarily DuPage, has 101 of its 486 ICU beds, available. 320 out of 570 ventilators are available. The graph below shows state hospitalization utilization over time. As of midnight, in addition to the number of COVID-19 patients, there were 18,526 non-COVID-19 patients in the hospital and 11,701 open beds.

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Open beds or ventilators are represented by the orange color. The light blue represents non-COVID-19 patients and the dark blue in all three categories are the COVID-19 patients.

International statistics from the World Health Organization and CDC provide the following breakdown of cases from earlier today:

  • Worldwide Cases total 5,955,370 compared to 5,846,646 yesterday
  • Deaths worldwide total 363,237 compared to 359,532 yesterday
  • Number of people who have completely recovered worldwide is now 2,622,517 compared to 2,537,535 yesterday

Globally, there are 2,969,626 active cases compared to 2,949,519 active cases yesterday. The active cases are divided between 'mild condition' cases and 'serious or critical condition' cases. Mild cases are now 98.2 percent of the worldwide active cases.

  • Worldwide mild condition cases: 2,915,912 compared to 2,896,534 yesterday.
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases:53,714 compared to 52,985 yesterday.
  • United States confirmed cases:1,772,748 compared to 1,753,314 cases yesterday
  • US Deaths: 103,479 compared to 102,559 yesterday.
  • Total US Recoveries: 499,768 compared to 494,328 yesterday
  • US Active cases: 1,169,501 compared to 1,156,427 yesterday
  • Mild condition: 1,152,342 (98.5%) compared to 1,139,245 (98.5%) yesterday
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases:17,159 compared to 17,182 yesterday

The positivity rate today was 10.5% and the seven-day average, with a three-day lag, was 13% compared to 13.5 percent yesterday.

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Today the DuPage County Health Department confirmed COVID-19 cases have increased by 56 new cases compared to 77 new cases yesterday. We are reporting two deaths for the 24-hour period. We now have a total of 7,773 cases and 373 deaths. The deaths were a male in his 80s, and one female in her 100s.

The Illinois Department of Public Health announced today that there are 1,074 new cases compared to 1,343 new cases yesterday. Illinois also had an additional 22 deaths compared to 60 deaths yesterday. The death total in Illinois is now 5,412. Illinois has now performed 918,273 tests and 121,234 have been positive. The statewide positivity rate today was 5.6 percent.

The specific number of cases and deaths in our region, as of today, are as follows:

  • Chicago reported 45,837 and 2,132 deaths.
  • Suburban Cook County reported 32,658 cases and 1526 deaths.
  • Lake County reported 8,408 and 292 deaths.
  • Will County reported 5,612 cases and 277 deaths.
  • Kane County has 6,404 cases and 178 deaths.
  • McHenry has 1,585 cases and 72 deaths.
  • Kendall County has 804 cases and 19 deaths.
  • Grundy County has only 99 cases and 2 deaths.
  • Kankakee County has 915 cases and 48 deaths.

The statewide number of COVID 19 hospital patients as of midnight was 3215 compared to 3,296 yesterday. Of those patients, 902 patients were occupying ICU beds compared to 941 patients yesterday. Of those ICU patients, 547 are on ventilators compared to 550 who were on ventilators yesterday. Hospital Region 8, which is primarily DuPage, has 150 of its 486 ICU beds available. 331 out of 570 ventilators are available. The graph below shows state hospitalization utilization over time. As of midnight, in addition to the number of COVID-19 patients, there were 17,506 non-COVID-19 patients in the hospital and 13,496 open beds.

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Open beds or ventilators are represented by the orange color. The light blue represents non-COVID-19 patients and the dark blue in all three categories are the COVID-19 patients.

International statistics from the World Health Organization and CDC provide the following breakdown of cases from earlier today:

  • Worldwide Cases total 6,320,195 compared to 6,221,393 yesterday
  • Deaths worldwide total 375,595 compared to 372,429 yesterday
  • Number of people who have completely recovered worldwide is now 2,877,315 compared to 2,777,459 yesterday

Globally, there are 3,065,102 active cases compared to 3,071,505 active cases yesterday. The active cases are divided between 'mild condition' cases and 'serious or critical condition' cases. Mild cases are now 98.3 percent of the worldwide active cases.

  • Worldwide mild condition cases: 3,011,658 compared to 3,018,038 yesterday.
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases:53,444 compared to 53,467 yesterday.
  • United States confirmed cases:1,843,921 compared to 1,827,019 cases yesterday
  • US Deaths: 106,379 compared to 105,886 yesterday.
  • Total US Recoveries: 601,551 compared to 538,587 yesterday
  • US Active cases: 1,135,991 compared to 1,182,546 yesterday
  • Mild condition: 1,119,042 (98.5%) compared to 1,165,383 (98.5%) yesterday
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases:16,949 compared to 17,163 yesterday

The positivity rate today was 9% and the seven-day average, with a three-day lag, was 12% compared to 12 percent yesterday.

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The DuPage County Health Department confirmed COVID-19 cases have increased by 77 cases compared to 65 new cases yesterday. We are reporting five deaths for the 24-hour period. We now have a total of 7,915 cases and 384 deaths. The deaths were two males in their 60s, a male in his 80s and 2 females in their 90s.

Our most recently available data on positivity rates shows a 5.43 percent for May 31st. Chicago is at 15.51 percent.

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The Illinois Department of Public Health announced today that there are 982 new cases compared to 1,614 new cases yesterday. The state had a 24-hour death total of 96 compared to yesterday's 113 deaths. The death total in Illinois is now 5,621. Illinois has now performed 959,175 tests and 123,830 have been positive.

The specific number of cases and deaths in our region, as of today, are as follows:

  • Chicago reported 46,977 and 2,183 deaths.
  • Suburban Cook County reported 33,227 cases and 1597 deaths.
  • Lake County reported 8,511 and 315 deaths.
  • Will County reported 5,704 cases and 282 deaths.
  • Kane County has 6,518 cases and 192 deaths.
  • McHenry has 1,628 cases and 78 deaths.
  • Kendall County has 85 cases and 19 deaths.
  • Grundy County has only 104 cases and 2 deaths.
  • Kankakee County has 959 cases and 51 deaths.

The statewide number of COVID 19 hospital patients as of midnight was 3,173 compared to 3,238 yesterday. Of those patients, 844 patients were occupying ICU beds compared to 874 patients yesterday. Of those ICU patients, 508 are on ventilators compared to 548 who were on ventilators yesterday. Hospital Region 8, which is primarily DuPage, has 145 of its 493 ICU beds available. 324 out of 570 ventilators are available. The graph below shows state hospitalization utilization over time. As of midnight, in addition to the number of COVID-19 patients, there were 18,198 non-COVID-19 patients in the hospital and 13,048 open beds.

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Open beds or ventilators are represented by the orange color. The light blue represents non-COVID-19 patients and the dark blue in all three categories are the COVID-19 patients.

International statistics from the World Health Organization and CDC provide the following breakdown of cases from earlier today:

  • Worldwide Cases total 6,513,891 compared to 6,440,300 yesterday
  • Deaths worldwide total 384,642 compared to 380,265 yesterday
  • Number of people who have completely recovered worldwide is now 3,100,971 compared to 2,946,617 yesterday

Globally, there are 3,028,278 active cases compared to 3,113,418 active cases yesterday. The active cases are divided between 'mild condition' cases and 'serious or critical condition' cases. Mild cases are now 98.2 percent of the worldwide active cases.

  • Worldwide mild condition cases: 2,973,995 compared to 3,059,211 yesterday.
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases:54,283 compared to 54,207 yesterday.
  • United States confirmed cases:1,890,239 compared to 1,869,389 cases yesterday
  • US Deaths: 108,567 compared to 107,620 yesterday.
  • Total US Recoveries: 649,189 compared to 618,867 yesterday
  • US Active cases: 1,132,483 compared to 1,142,902 yesterday
  • Mild condition: 1,115,563 (98.5%) compared to 1,125,953 (98.5%) yesterday
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases:16,920 compared to 16,949 yesterday

The positivity rate today was 10% and the seven-day average, with a three-day lag, was 11% compared to 12 percent yesterday.

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Today, the DuPage County Health Department confirmed COVID-19 cases have increased by 32 cases compared to 77 new cases yesterday. We are reporting five deaths for the 24-hour period. We now have a total of 7,947 cases and 388 deaths. The deaths were one male in his 60s, a female in her 70s, a male in his 70s and 1 male in his 90s.

The Illinois Department of Public Health announced today that there are 929 new cases compared to 982 new cases yesterday. The state had a 24-hour death total of 115 compared to yesterday's 96 deaths. The death total in Illinois is now 5,736. Illinois has now performed 982,016 tests and 124,759 have been positive.

The specific number of cases and deaths in our region, as of today, are as follows:

  • Chicago reported 47,251 and 2,218 deaths.
  • Suburban Cook County reported 33,462 cases and 1628 deaths.
  • Lake County reported 8,584 and 330 deaths.
  • Will County reported 5,742 cases and 284 deaths
  • Kane County has 6,581 cases and 197 deaths.
  • McHenry has 1,660 cases and 78 deaths.
  • Kendall County has 85 cases and 19 deaths.
  • Grundy County has only 107 cases and 2 deaths.
  • Kankakee County has 975 cases and 53 deaths.

The statewide number of COVID 19 hospital patients as of midnight was 3,044 compared to 3,173 yesterday. Of those patients, 853 patients were occupying ICU beds compared to 844 patients yesterday. Of those ICU patients, 516 are on ventilators compared to 508 who were on ventilators yesterday. Hospital Region 8, which is primarily DuPage, has 153 of its 500 ICU beds available. 329 out of 587 ventilators are available. The graph below shows state hospitalization utilization over time. As of midnight, in addition to the number of COVID-19 patients, there were 18,551 non-COVID-19 patients in the hospital and 12,094 open beds.

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Open beds or ventilators are represented by the orange color. The light blue represents non-COVID-19 patients and the dark blue in all three categories are the COVID-19 patients.

International statistics from the World Health Organization and CDC provide the following breakdown of cases from earlier today:

  • Worldwide Cases total 6,652,482 compared to 6,513,891 yesterday
  • Deaths worldwide total 390,578 compared to 384,642 yesterday
  • Number of people who have completely recovered worldwide is now 3,209,006 compared to 3,100,971 yesterday

Globally, there are 3,052,898 compared to 3,028,278 active cases yesterday. The active cases are divided between 'mild condition' cases and 'serious or critical condition' cases. Mild cases are now 98.2 percent of the worldwide active cases.

  • Worldwide mild condition cases: 2,997,761 compared to 2,973,995 yesterday.
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases:55,137 compared to 54,283 yesterday.
  • United States confirmed cases:1,913,463 compared to 1,890,239 cases yesterday
  • US Deaths: 109,726 compared to 108,567 yesterday.
  • Total US Recoveries: 693,456 compared to 649,189 yesterday
  • US Active cases: 1,110,281 compared to 1,132,483 yesterday
  • Mild condition: 1,094,304 (98.5%) compared to 1,115,563 (98.5%) yesterday
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases:16,977 compared to 16,920 yesterday

The positivity rate today was 10% and the seven-day average, with a three-day lag, was 11% compared to 11 percent yesterday.

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Today, the DuPage County Health Department confirmed COVID-19 cases have increased by 56 cases compared to 32 new cases yesterday. We are reporting four deaths for the 24-hour period. We now have a total of 8,003 cases and 392 deaths. The deaths were one male in his 50s, a male in his 60s, and two females in their 70s.

The Illinois Department of Public Health announced today that there are 1,156 new cases compared to 929 new cases yesterday. The state had a 24-hour death total of 59 compared to yesterday's 115 deaths. The death total in Illinois is now 5,795. Illinois has now performed 1,000,919 tests and 125,915 have been positive.

The specific number of cases and deaths in our region, as of today, are as follows:

  • Chicago reported 47,551 and 2,240 deaths.
  • Suburban Cook County reported 33,379 cases and 1640 deaths.
  • Lake County reported 8,647 and 334 deaths.
  • Will County reported 5,799 cases and 285 deaths.
  • Kane County has 6,672 cases and 205 deaths.
  • McHenry has 1,677 cases and 79 deaths.
  • Kendall County has 89 cases and 19 deaths.
  • Grundy County has only 111 cases and 2 deaths.
  • Kankakee County has 989 cases and 54 deaths.

The statewide number of COVID 19 hospital patients as of midnight was 2,911 compared to 3,044 yesterday. Of those patients, 817 patients were occupying ICU beds compared to 853 patients yesterday. Of those ICU patients, 500 are on ventilators compared to 516 who were on ventilators yesterday. Hospital Region 8, which is primarily DuPage, has 101 of its 507 ICU beds available. 332 out of 566 ventilators are available. The graph below shows state hospitalization utilization over time. As of midnight, in addition to the number of COVID-19 patients, there were 18,896 non-COVID-19 patients in the hospital and 12,936 open beds.

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Open beds or ventilators are represented by the orange color. The light blue represents non-COVID-19 patients and the dark blue in all three categories are the COVID-19 patients.

International statistics from the World Health Organization and CDC provide the following breakdown of cases from earlier today:

  • Worldwide Cases total 6,777,777 compared to 6,652,482 yesterday
  • Deaths worldwide total 395,680 compared to 390,578 yesterday
  • Number of people who have completely recovered worldwide is now 3,304,555 compared to 3,209,006 yesterday

Globally, there are 3,077,542 active cases compared to 3,052,898 active cases yesterday. The active cases are divided between 'mild condition' cases and 'serious or critical condition' cases. Mild cases are now 98.2 percent of the worldwide active cases.

  • Worldwide mild condition cases: 3,024,013 compared to 2,997,761 yesterday.
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases:53,529 compared to 55,137 yesterday.
  • United States confirmed cases:1,936,598 compared to 1,913,463 cases yesterday
  • US Deaths: 110,708 compared to 109,726 yesterday.
  • Total US Recoveries: 715,511 compared to 693,456 yesterday
  • US Active cases: 1,110,379 compared to 1,110,281 yesterday
  • Mild condition: 1,093,296 (98.5%) compared to 1,094,304 (98.5%) yesterday
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases:17,083 compared to 16,977 yesterday

The positivity rate today was 7% and the seven-day average, with a three-day lag, was 10% compared to 11 percent yesterday.

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Today, the DuPage County Health Department confirmed COVID-19 cases have increased by 67 cases compared to 56 new cases yesterday. We are reporting five deaths for the 24-hour period. We now have a total of 8,070 cases and 397 deaths. The deaths were one male in his 60s, a male in his 70s, two females in their 70s, and one male in his 80s. Below is the graph showing confirmed cases up to June 4th, which showed a positivity rate of 4 percent.

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The Illinois Department of Public Health announced today that there are 975 new cases compared to 1,156 new cases yesterday. The state had a 24-hour death total of 89 compared to yesterday's 59 deaths. The death total in Illinois is now 5,864. Illinois has now performed 1,022,074 tests and 126,890 have been positive.

The specific number of cases and deaths in our region, as of today, are as follows:

  • Chicago reported 47,904 and 2,251 deaths.
  • Suburban Cook County reported 34,020 cases and 1662 deaths.
  • Lake County reported 8,690 and 342 deaths.
  • Will County reported 5,858 cases and 285 deaths.
  • Kane County has 6,734 cases and 210 deaths.
  • McHenry has 1,707 cases and 83 deaths.
  • Kendall County has 845 cases and 19 deaths.
  • Grundy County has only 113 cases and 2 deaths.
  • Kankakee County has 999 cases and 54 deaths.

The statewide number of COVID 19 hospital patients as of midnight was 2,702 compared to 2,911 yesterday. Of those patients, 817 patients were occupying ICU beds compared to 853 patients yesterday. Of those ICU patients, 500 are on ventilators compared to 516 who were on ventilators yesterday. Hospital Region 8, which is primarily DuPage, has 101 of its 507 ICU beds available. 332 out of 566 ventilators are available. The graph below shows state hospitalization utilization over time. As of midnight, in addition to the number of COVID-19 patients, there were 18,081 non-COVID-19 patients in the hospital and 13,531 open beds.

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Open beds or ventilators are represented by the orange color. The light blue represents non-COVID-19 patients and the dark blue in all three categories are the COVID-19 patients.

International statistics from the World Health Organization and CDC provide the following breakdown of cases from earlier today:

  • Worldwide Cases total 6,920,283 compared to 6,777,777 yesterday
  • Deaths worldwide total 400,128 compared to 395,680 yesterday
  • Number of people who have completely recovered worldwide is now 3,388,286 compared to 3,304,555 yesterday

Globally, there are 3,131,869 active cases compared to 3,077,542 active cases yesterday. The active cases are divided between 'mild condition' cases and 'serious or critical condition' cases. Mild cases are now 98.3 percent of the worldwide active cases.

  • Worldwide mild condition cases: 3,078,271 compared 3,024,013 yesterday.
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases:53,598 compared to 53,529 yesterday.
  • United States confirmed cases:1,976,933 compared to 1,936,598 cases yesterday
  • US Deaths: 111,723 compared to 110,708 yesterday.
  • Total US Recoveries: 739,724 compared to 715,511 yesterday
  • US Active cases: 1,125,486 compared to 1,110,379 yesterday
  • Mild condition: 1,108,475 (98.5%) compared to 1,093,296 (98.5%) yesterday
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases:17,011 compared to 17,083 yesterday

The positivity rate today was 8% and the seven-day average, with a three-day lag, was 9% compared to 10 percent yesterday.

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Today, the DuPage County Health Department confirmed COVID-19 cases have increased by 50 cases compared to 67 new cases yesterday. We are reporting four deaths for the 24-hour period. We now have a total of 8,120 cases and 401 deaths. The deaths were one male in his 30s, a male in his 40s, a male in his 60s, and one male in his 80s.

The Illinois Department of Public Health announced today that there are 1,067 new cases compared to 975 new cases yesterday. The state had a 24-hour death total of 40 compared to yesterday's 89 deaths. The death total in Illinois is now 5,904. Illinois has now performed 1,042,774 tests and 127,757 have been positive.

The specific number of cases and deaths in our region, as of today, are as follows:

  • Chicago reported 48,175 and 2,271 deaths.
  • Suburban Cook County reported 34,252 cases and 1673 deaths.
  • Lake County reported 8,768 and 344 deaths.
  • Will County reported 5,890 cases and 288 deaths.
  • Kane County has 6,787 cases and 210 deaths.
  • McHenry has 1,724 cases and 83 deaths.
  • Kendall County has 846 cases and 19 deaths.
  • Grundy County has only 114 cases and 2 deaths.
  • Kankakee County has 1001 cases and 54 deaths.

The statewide number of COVID 19 hospital patients as of midnight was 2550 compared to 2,702 yesterday. Of those patients, 720 patients were occupying ICU beds compared to 817 patients yesterday. Of those ICU patients, 438 are on ventilators compared to 476 who were on ventilators yesterday. Hospital Region 8, which is primarily DuPage, has 166 of its 519 ICU beds available. 292 out of 568 ventilators are available. The graph below shows state hospitalization utilization over time. As of midnight, in addition to the number of COVID-19 patients, there were 18,642 non-COVID-19 patients in the hospital and 13,866 open beds.

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Open beds or ventilators are represented by the orange color. The light blue represents non-COVID-19 patients and the dark blue in all three categories are the COVID-19 patients.

International statistics from the World Health Organization and CDC provide the following breakdown of cases from earlier today:

  • Worldwide Cases total 7,037,384 compared to 6,920,283 yesterday
  • Deaths worldwide total 403,347 compared to 400,128 yesterday
  • Number of people who have completely recovered worldwide is now 3,442,061 compared to 3,388,286 yesterday

Globally, there are 3,191,976 active cases compared to 3,131,869 active cases yesterday. The active cases are divided between 'mild condition' cases and 'serious or critical condition' cases. Mild cases are now 98.3 percent of the worldwide active cases.

  • Worldwide mild condition cases: 3,138,242 compared to 3,078,271 yesterday.
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases:53,734 compared to 53,598 yesterday.
  • United States confirmed cases:1,996,569 compared to 1,976,933 cases yesterday
  • US Deaths: 112,205 compared to 111,723 yesterday.
  • Total US Recoveries: 752,921 compared to 739,724 yesterday
  • US Active cases: 1,131,443 compared to 1,125,486 yesterday
  • Mild condition: 1,114,427 (98.5%) compared to 1,108,475 (98.5%) yesterday
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases:17,016 compared to 17,011 yesterday

The positivity rate today was 10% and the seven-day average, with a three-day lag, was 9% compared to 9 percent yesterday.

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Today, the DuPage County Health Department confirmed COVID-19 cases have increased by 33 cases compared to 50 new cases yesterday. We are reporting four deaths for the 24-hour period. We now have a total of 8,153 cases and 404 deaths. The deaths were one male in his 70s, a female in her 80s, and one female in his 90s.

The Illinois Department of Public Health announced today that there are 658 new cases compared to 1,067 new cases yesterday. The state had a 24-hour death total of 20 compared to yesterday's 40 deaths. The death total in Illinois is now 5,924. Illinois has now performed 1,058,873 tests and 128,415 have been positive.

The specific number of cases and deaths in our region, as of today, are as follows:

  • Chicago reported 48,363 and 2,283 deaths.
  • Suburban Cook County reported 34,456 cases and 1676 deaths.
  • Lake County reported 8,808 and 345 deaths.
  • Will County reported 5,917 cases and 288 deaths.
  • Kane County has 6,850 cases and 210 deaths.
  • McHenry has 1,733 cases and 83 deaths.
  • Kendall County has 850 cases and 19 deaths.
  • Grundy County has only 124 cases and 2 deaths.
  • Kankakee County has 1004 cases and 54 deaths.

The statewide number of COVID 19 hospital patients as of midnight was 2496 compared to 2550 yesterday. Of those patients, 713 patients were occupying ICU beds compared to 720 patients yesterday. Of those ICU patients, 443 are on ventilators compared to 438 who were on ventilators yesterday. Hospital Region 8, which is primarily DuPage, has 176 of its 519 ICU beds available. 353 out of 568 ventilators are available. The graph below shows state hospitalization utilization over time. As of midnight, in addition to the number of COVID-19 patients, there were 18,381 non-COVID-19 patients in the hospital and 14,169 open beds.

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Open beds or ventilators are represented by the orange color. The light blue represents non-COVID-19 patients and the dark blue in all three categories are the COVID-19 patients.

International statistics from the World Health Organization and CDC provide the following breakdown of cases from earlier today:

  • Worldwide Cases total 7,154,873 compared to 7,037,384 yesterday
  • Deaths worldwide total 407,722 compared to 403,347 yesterday
  • Number of people who have completely recovered worldwide is now 3,496,290 compared to 3,442,061 yesterday

Globally, there are 3,250,861 active cases compared to 3,191,976 active cases yesterday. The active cases are divided between 'mild condition' cases and 'serious or critical condition' cases. Mild cases are now 98.3 percent of the worldwide active cases.

  • Worldwide mild condition cases: 3,197,093 compared to 3,138,242 yesterday.
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases:53,768 compared to 53,734 yesterday.
  • United States confirmed cases:2,016,855 compared to 1,996,569 cases yesterday
  • US Deaths: 112,789 compared to 112,205 yesterday.
  • Total US Recoveries: 766,997 compared to 752,921 yesterday
  • US Active cases: 1,137,069 compared to 1,131,443 yesterday
  • Mild condition: 1,120,172(98.5%) compared to 1,114,427 (98.5%) yesterday
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases:16,897 compared to 17,016 yesterday

The positivity rate today was 8% and the seven-day average, with a three-day lag, was 9% compared to 9 percent yesterday.

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Today, the DuPage County Health Department confirmed COVID-19 cases have increased by 40 cases compared to 70 new cases yesterday. We are reporting six deaths for the 24-hour period. We now have a total of 8,263 cases and 415 deaths. The deaths were one female in her 50s, three females in their 70s, a female in her 80s, and one male in his 90s.

The Illinois Department of Public Health announced today that there are 625 new cases compared to 797 new cases yesterday. The state had a 24-hour death total of 77 compared to yesterday's 94 deaths. The death total in Illinois is now 6,095. Illinois has now performed 1,100,002 tests and 129,837 have been positive.

The specific number of cases and deaths in our region, as of today, are as follows:

  • Chicago reported 48,742 and 2,314 deaths.
  • Suburban Cook County reported 34,843 cases and 1739 deaths.
  • Lake County reported 8,886 and 362 deaths.
  • Kane County has 6,948 cases and 218 deaths.
  • Will County reported 6,011 cases and 295 deaths.
  • McHenry has 1,776 cases and 84 deaths.
  • Kendall County has 863 cases and 19 deaths.
  • Grundy County has only 125 cases and 2 deaths.
  • Kankakee County has 1047 cases and 56 deaths.

The statewide number of COVID 19 hospital patients as of midnight was 2,458 compared to 2,573 yesterday. Of those patients, 706 patients were occupying ICU beds compared to 726 patients yesterday. Of those ICU patients, 394 are on ventilators compared to 437 who were on ventilators yesterday. Hospital Region 8, which is primarily DuPage, has 188 of its 520 ICU beds available. 326 out of 568 ventilators are available. The graph below shows state hospitalization utilization over time. As of midnight, in addition to the number of COVID-19 patients, there were 18,825 non-COVID-19 patients in the hospital and 13,756 open beds.

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Open beds or ventilators are represented by the orange color. The light blue represents non-COVID-19 patients and the dark blue in all three categories are the COVID-19 patients.

International statistics from the World Health Organization and CDC provide the following breakdown of cases from earlier today:

  • Worldwide Cases total 7,394,756 compared to 7,260,323 yesterday
  • Deaths worldwide total 416,166 compared to 410,929 yesterday
  • Number of people who have completely recovered worldwide is now 3,702,725 compared to 3,571,927 yesterday

Globally, there are 3,275,865 active cases compared to 3,277,467 active cases yesterday. The active cases are divided between 'mild condition' cases and 'serious or critical condition' cases. Mild cases are now 98.4 percent of the worldwide active cases.

  • Worldwide mild condition cases: 3,221,996 compared to 3,223,500 yesterday.
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases: 53,869 compared to 53,967 yesterday.
  • United States confirmed cases:2,055,833 compared to 2,033,865 cases yesterday
  • US Deaths: 114,645 compared to 113,457 yesterday.
  • Total US Recoveries: 791,452 compared to 774,998 yesterday
  • US Active cases: 1,149,736 compared to 1,145,410 yesterday
  • Mild condition: 1,132,894 (98.5%) compared to 1,128,518 (98.5%) yesterday
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases:16,842 compared to 16,892 yesterday

The Northeast Region positivity rate today was 7% and the seven-day average, with a three-day lag, was 8% compared to 9 percent yesterday.

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The DuPage County Health Department confirmed COVID-19 cases have increased by 55 cases compared to 40 new cases yesterday. We are reporting six deaths for the 24-hour period. We now have a total of 8,318 cases and 421 deaths. The deaths were one female in her 50s, two males in their 70s, two females in their 80s, and one female in her 90s.

Yesterday, a news conference and information session publicized the opening of the COVID-19 testing site at the DuPage County Fairgrounds. The site will begin operating Tuesday June 15th. The graph below shows that nursing homes continue to have a consistently high number of the overall deaths. While only 18.3% of DuPage Covid cases are associated with a long-term care facility almost 76% of the deaths in DuPage have been associated with such facilities.

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The specific number of cases and deaths in our region, as of today, are as follows:

  • Chicago reported 48,939 and 2,352 deaths.
  • Suburban Cook County reported 35,039 cases and 1759 deaths.
  • Lake County reported 8,834 and 367 deaths.
  • Kane County has 6,992 cases and 223 deaths.
  • Will County reported 6,051 cases and 297 deaths.
  • McHenry has 1,788 cases and 84 deaths.
  • Kendall County has 867 cases and 19 deaths.
  • Grundy County has only 126 cases and 2 deaths.
  • Kankakee County has 1051 cases and 57 deaths.

The statewide number of COVID 19 hospital patients as of midnight was 2,365 compared to 2,573 yesterday. Of those patients, 638 patients were occupying ICU beds compared to 726 patients yesterday. Of those ICU patients, 379 are on ventilators compared to 437 who were on ventilators yesterday. Hospital Region 8, which is primarily DuPage, has 194 of its 520 ICU beds available. 379 out of 568 ventilators are available. The graph below shows state hospitalization utilization over time.As of midnight, in addition to the number of COVID-19 patients, there were 19,001 non-COVID-19 patients in the hospital and 13,695 open beds.

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Open beds or ventilators are represented by the orange color. The light blue represents non-COVID-19 patients and the dark blue in all three categories are the COVID-19 patients.

International statistics from the World Health Organization and CDC provide the following breakdown of cases from earlier today:

  • Worldwide Cases total 7,536,412 compared to 7,260,323 yesterday
  • Deaths worldwide total 421,236 compared to 410,929 yesterday
  • Number of people who have completely recovered worldwide is now 3,819,858 compared to 3,571,927 yesterday

Globally, there are 3,295,318 active cases compared to 3,277,467 active cases yesterday. The active cases are divided between 'mild condition' cases and 'serious or critical condition' cases. Mild cases are now 98.3 percent of the worldwide active cases.

  • Worldwide mild condition cases: 3,241,419 compared to 3,223,500 yesterday.
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases:53,899 compared to 53,967 yesterday.
  • United States confirmed cases:2,706,148 compared to 2,033,865 cases yesterday
  • US Deaths: 115,470 compared to 113,457 yesterday.
  • Total US Recoveries: 809,346 compared to 774,998 yesterday
  • US Active cases: 1,151,332 compared to 1,145,410 yesterday
  • Mild condition: 1,134,540 (98.5%) compared to 1,128,518 (98.5%) yesterday
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases:16,792 compared to 16,892 yesterday

The positivity rate today was 6% and the seven-day average, with a three-day lag, was 8% compared to 8 percent yesterday.

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Today, the DuPage County Health Department confirmed COVID-19 cases have increased by 42 cases compared to 42 new cases yesterday. We are reporting two deaths for the 24-hour period. We now have a total of 8,402 cases and 428 deaths. The deaths were a male in his 80s, and one male in his 90s.

The Illinois Department of Public Health announced today that there are 673 new cases compared to 595 new cases yesterday. The state had a 24-hour death total of 29. The death total in Illinois is now 6,289. Illinois has now performed 1,168,945 tests and 131,198 have been positive.

The specific number of cases and deaths in our region, as of today, are as follows:

  • Chicago reported 49,285 and 2,372 deaths.
  • Suburban Cook County reported 35,296 cases and 1801 deaths.
  • Lake County reported 9,033 and 374 deaths.
  • Kane County has 7,055 cases and 228 deaths.
  • Will County reported 6,106 cases and 301 deaths.
  • McHenry has 1,829 cases and 85 deaths.
  • Kendall County has 873 cases and 19 deaths.
  • Grundy County has only 129 cases and 2 deaths.
  • Kankakee County has 1,071 cases and 58 deaths.

The statewide number of COVID 19 hospital patients as of midnight was 2,117 compared to 2,209 yesterday. Of those patients, 610 patients were occupying ICU beds compared to 648 patients yesterday. Of those ICU patients, 352 are on ventilators compared to 375 who were on ventilators yesterday. Hospital Region 8, which is primarily DuPage, has 205 of its 520 ICU beds available. 358 out of 565 ventilators are available. The graph below shows state hospitalization utilization over time. As of midnight, in addition to the number of COVID-19 patients, there were 18,921 non-COVID-19 patients in the hospital and 14,115 open beds.

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Open beds or ventilators are represented by the orange color. The light blue represents non-COVID-19 patients and the dark blue in all three categories are the COVID-19 patients.

International statistics from the World Health Organization and CDC provide the following breakdown of cases from earlier today:

  • Worldwide Cases total 7,824,622 compared to 7,665,033 yesterday
  • Deaths worldwide total 430,580 compared to 425,646 yesterday
  • Number of people who have completely recovered worldwide is now 4,013,623 compared to 3,882,040 yesterday

Globally, there are 3,380,419 active cases compared to 3,357,347 active cases yesterday. The active cases are divided between 'mild condition' cases and 'serious or critical condition' cases. Mild cases are now 98.4 percent of the worldwide active cases.

  • Worldwide mild condition cases: 3,326,379 compared to 3,303,298 yesterday.
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases:54,040 compared to 54,049 yesterday.
  • United States confirmed cases:2,134,957 compared to 2,099,376 cases yesterday
  • US Deaths: 117,241 compared to 116,269 yesterday.
  • Total US Recoveries: 846,777 compared to 818,235 yesterday
  • US Active cases: 1,170,939 compared to 1,164,872 yesterday
  • Mild condition: 1,154,220 (98.6%) compared to 1,148,042 (98.5%) yesterday
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases:16,719 compared to 16,830 yesterday

The positivity rate today was 6% and the seven-day average, with a three-day lag, was 7% compared to 8 percent yesterday. All of the metrics, as shown below, indicate that the Northeast Region is within the parameters set for phase four, which is expected to be June 26.

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The state reported 672 cases, which is the ninth day in a row in which cases are under 1,000 in Illinois. The state also reported 19 deaths to bring the total deaths to 6,308. The seven-day positivity rate for the whole state was 3 percent. Illinois has now performed 1,190,985 tests and 132,543 have been positive.

Today, the DuPage County Health Department confirmed COVID-19 cases have increased by 32 cases compared to 42 new cases yesterday. We are reporting one death for the 24-hour period. We now have a total of 8,434 cases and 429 deaths. The death was a male in his 80s.

The specific number of cases and deaths in our region, as of today, are as follows:

  • Chicago reported 49,499 and 2,384 deaths.
  • Suburban Cook County reported 35,457 cases and 1805 deaths.
  • Lake County reported 9,076 and 374 deaths.
  • Kane County has 7,096 cases and 229 deaths.
  • Will County reported 6,140 cases and 302 deaths.
  • McHenry has 1,849 cases and 85 deaths.
  • Kendall County has 882 cases and 19 deaths.
  • Grundy County has only 129 cases and 2 deaths.
  • Kankakee County has 1073 cases and 58 deaths.

The statewide number of COVID 19 hospital patients as of midnight was 1,914 compared to 2,117 yesterday. Of those patients, 562 patients were occupying ICU beds compared to 610 patients yesterday. Of those ICU patients, 328 are on ventilators compared to 352 who were on ventilators yesterday. Hospital Region 8, which is primarily DuPage, has 223 of its 520 ICU beds available. 357 out of 565 ventilators are available. The graph below shows state hospitalization utilization over time. As of midnight, in addition to the number of COVID-19 patients, there were 18,019 non-COVID-19 patients in the hospital and 15,036 open beds.

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Open beds or ventilators are represented by the orange color. The light blue represents non-COVID-19 patients and the dark blue in all three categories are the COVID-19 patients.

International statistics from the World Health Organization and CDC provide the following breakdown of cases from earlier today:

  • Worldwide Cases total 7,940,910 compared to 7,824,622 yesterday
  • Deaths worldwide total 433,939 compared to 430,580 yesterday
  • Number of people who have completely recovered worldwide is now 4,079,747 compared to 4,013,623 yesterday

Globally, there are 3,427,224 active cases compared to 3,380,419 active cases yesterday. The active cases are divided between 'mild condition' cases and 'serious or critical condition' cases. Mild cases are now 98.4 percent of the worldwide active cases.

  • Worldwide mild condition cases: 3,373,091 compared to 3,326,379 yesterday.
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases:54,133 compared to 54,040 yesterday.
  • United States confirmed cases:2,152,112 compared to 2,134,957 cases yesterday
  • US Deaths: 117,676 compared to 117,241 yesterday.
  • Total US Recoveries: 857,230 compared to 846,777 yesterday
  • US Active cases: 1,177,206 compared to 1,170,939 yesterday
  • Mild condition: 1,160,479(98.6%) compared to 1,154,220 (98.6%) yesterday
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases:16,727 compared to 16,719 yesterday

The positivity rate today was 6% and the seven-day average, with a three-day lag, was 7% compared to 7 percent yesterday.

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The state reported 473 cases, which is the tenth day in a row in which cases are under 1,000 in Illinois. The state also reported 18 deaths to bring the total deaths to 6,326. Illinois has now performed 1,209,612 tests and 133,016 have been positive.

Today, the DuPage County Health Department confirmed COVID-19 cases have increased by 30 cases compared to 32 new cases yesterday. Nobody died from COVID-19 during the last 24 hours. We now have a total of 8,464 cases and 429 deaths.

The specific number of cases and deaths in our region, as of today, are as follows:

  • Chicago reported 49,603 and 2,399 deaths.
  • Suburban Cook County reported 35,581 cases and 1807 deaths.
  • Lake County reported 9,109 and 375 deaths.
  • Kane County has 7,128 cases and 229 deaths.
  • Will County reported 6,158 cases and 302 deaths.
  • McHenry has 1,856 cases and 85 deaths.
  • Kendall County has 881 cases and 19 deaths.
  • Grundy County has only 129 cases and 2 deaths.
  • Kankakee County has 1071 cases and 58 deaths.

The statewide number of COVID 19 hospital patients as of midnight was 1,961 compared to 1,914 yesterday. Of those patients, 569 patients were occupying ICU beds compared to 562 patients yesterday. Of those ICU patients, 340 are on ventilators compared to 328 who were on ventilators yesterday. Hospital Region 8, which is primarily DuPage, has 240 of its 520 ICU beds available. 327 out of 565 ventilators are available. The graph below shows state hospitalization utilization over time. As of midnight, in addition to the number of COVID-19 patients, there were 17,724 non-COVID-19 patients in the hospital and 15,467 open beds.

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Open beds or ventilators are represented by the orange color. The light blue represents non-COVID-19 patients and the dark blue in all three categories are the COVID-19 patients.

International statistics from the World Health Organization and CDC provide the following breakdown of cases from earlier today:

  • Worldwide Cases total 8,059,420 compared to 7,940,910 yesterday
  • Deaths worldwide total 437,012 compared to 433,939 yesterday
  • Number of people who have completely recovered worldwide is now 4,165,307 compared to 4,079,747 yesterday

Globally, there are 3,457,101 active cases compared to 3,427,224 active cases yesterday. The active cases are divided between 'mild condition' cases and 'serious or critical condition' cases. Mild cases are now 98.4 percent of the worldwide active cases.

  • Worldwide mild condition cases: 3,402,525 compared to 3,373,091 yesterday.
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases:54,576 compared to 54,133 yesterday.
  • United States confirmed cases:2,170,933 compared to 2,152,112 cases yesterday
  • US Deaths: 117,960 compared to 117,676 yesterday.
  • Total US Recoveries: 873,753 compared to 857,230 yesterday
  • US Active cases: 1,179,220 compared to 1,177,206 yesterday
  • Mild condition: 1,162,516 (98.6%) compared to 1,160,479 (98.6%) yesterday
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases:16,704 compared to 16,727 yesterday

The positivity rate today was 6% and the seven-day average, with a three-day lag, was 6% compared to 7 percent yesterday.

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The state reported 623 new cases, which is the eleventh day in a row in which cases are under 1,000 in Illinois. The state also reported 72 deaths to bring the total deaths to 6,398. Illinois has now performed 1,228,341 tests and 133,639 have been positive.

Today, the DuPage County Health Department confirmed COVID-19 cases have increased by 37 cases compared to 30 new cases yesterday. DuPage had two deaths from COVID-19 during the last 24 hours. The deaths were a male in his 70s and a male in his 80s. We now have a total of 8,501 cases and 431 deaths.

The specific number of cases and deaths in our region, as of today, are as follows:

  • Chicago reported 49,776 and 2,427 deaths.
  • Suburban Cook County reported 35,762 cases and 1826 deaths.
  • Lake County reported 9,133 and 386 deaths.
  • Kane County has 7,167 cases and 232 deaths.
  • Will County reported 6,191 cases and 302 deaths.
  • McHenry has 1,864 cases and 86 deaths.
  • Kendall County has 891 cases and 19 deaths.
  • Grundy County has only 129 cases and 2 deaths.
  • Kankakee County has 1096 cases and 59 deaths.

The statewide number of COVID 19 hospital patients as of midnight was 1,939 compared to 1,961 yesterday. Of those patients, 561 patients were occupying ICU beds compared to 569 patients yesterday. Of those ICU patients, 331 are on ventilators compared to 340 who were on ventilators yesterday. Hospital Region 8, which is primarily DuPage, has 245 of its 520 ICU beds available. 260 out of 565 ventilators are available. The graph below shows state hospitalization utilization over time. As of midnight, in addition to the number of COVID-19 patients, there were 17,897 non-COVID-19 patients in the hospital and 15,288 open beds.

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Open beds or ventilators are represented by the orange color. The light blue represents non-COVID-19 patients and the dark blue in all three categories are the COVID-19 patients.

International statistics from the World Health Organization and CDC provide the following breakdown of cases from earlier today:

  • Worldwide Cases total 8,194,696 compared to 8,059,420 yesterday
  • Deaths worldwide total 443,230 compared to 437,012 yesterday
  • Number of people who have completely recovered worldwide is now 4,165,307 compared to 4,165,307 yesterday

Globally, there are 3,478,606 active cases compared to 3,457,101 active cases yesterday. The active cases are divided between 'mild condition' cases and 'serious or critical condition' cases. Mild cases are now 98.4 percent of the worldwide active cases.

  • Worldwide mild condition cases: 3,424,269 compared to 3,402,525 yesterday.
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases:54,337 compared to 54,576 yesterday.
  • United States confirmed cases:2,194,477 compared to 2,170,933 cases yesterday
  • US Deaths: 118,702 compared to 117,960 yesterday.
  • Total US Recoveries: 892,093 compared to 873,753 yesterday
  • US Active cases: 1,183,682 compared to 1,179,220 yesterday
  • Mild condition: 1,167,235 (98.6%) compared to 1,162,516 (98.6%) yesterday
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases: 16,447 compared to 16,704 yesterday

The positivity rate today was 5% and the seven-day average, with a three-day lag, was 6% compared to 6 percent yesterday.

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The state reported 546 cases, which is the twelfth day in a row in which cases are under 1,000 in Illinois. The state also reported 87 deaths to bring the total deaths to 6,485. Illinois has now performed 1,258,328 tests and 134,185 have been positive.

Today, the DuPage County Health Department confirmed COVID-19 cases have increased by 41 cases compared to 37 new cases yesterday. DuPage had one death from COVID-19 during the last 24 hours. The death was a male in his 60s. We now have a total of 8,542 cases and 432 deaths.

The COVID-19 testing site at the DuPage County Fairgrounds had 201 samples collected today. The wait time ranged from 14 minutes to 21 minutes. Yesterday, 303 test samples were collected.

The specific number of cases and deaths in our region, as of today, are as follows:

  • Chicago reported 49,929 and 2,442 deaths.
  • Suburban Cook County reported 35,929 cases and 1862 deaths.
  • Lake County reported 9,154 and 389 deaths.
  • Kane County has 7,202 cases and 236 deaths.
  • Will County reported 6,222 cases and 308 deaths.
  • McHenry has 1,872 cases and 88 deaths.
  • Kendall County has 897 cases and 20 deaths.
  • Grundy County has only 133 cases and 2 deaths.
  • Kankakee County has 1109 cases and 60 deaths.

The statewide number of COVID 19 hospital patients as of midnight was 1,878 compared to 1,939 yesterday. Of those patients, 563 patients were occupying ICU beds compared to 561 patients yesterday. Of those ICU patients, 331 are on ventilators compared to 331 who were on ventilators yesterday. Hospital Region 8, which is primarily DuPage, has 212 of its 520 ICU beds available. 345 out of 565 ventilators are available. The graph below shows state hospitalization utilization over time. As of midnight, in addition to the number of COVID-19 patients, there were 18,834 non-COVID-19 patients in the hospital and 14,457 open beds.

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Open beds or ventilators are represented by the orange color. The light blue represents non-COVID-19 patients and the dark blue in all three categories are the COVID-19 patients.

International statistics from the World Health Organization and CDC provide the following breakdown of cases from earlier today:

  • Worldwide Cases total 8,327,589 compared to 8,194,696 yesterday
  • Deaths worldwide total 448,103 compared to 443,230 yesterday
  • Number of people who have completely recovered worldwide is now 4,358,235 compared to 4,165,307 yesterday

Globally, there are 3,521,251 active cases compared to 3,478,606 active cases yesterday. The active cases are divided between 'mild condition' cases and 'serious or critical condition' cases. Mild cases are now 98.5 percent of the worldwide active cases.

  • Worldwide mild condition cases: 3,466,693 compared to 3,424,269 yesterday.
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases:54,558 compared to 54,337 yesterday.
  • United States confirmed cases:2,220,195 compared to 2,194,477 cases yesterday
  • US Deaths: 119,458 compared to 118,702 yesterday.
  • Total US Recoveries: 904,182 compared to 892,093 yesterday
  • US Active cases: 1,196,555 compared to 1,183,682 yesterday
  • Mild condition: 1,179,874 (98.6%) compared to 1,167,235 (98.6%) yesterday
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases: 16,681 compared to 16,447 yesterday

The positivity rate today was 5% and the seven-day average, with a three-day lag, was 6% compared to 6 percent yesterday.

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The state reported 593 cases, which is the 13th day in a row in which cases are under 1,000 in Illinois. The state also reported 52 deaths to bring the total deaths to 6,537. Illinois has now performed 1,283,832 tests and 134,778 have been positive.

Today, the DuPage County Health Department confirmed COVID-19 cases have increased by 33 cases compared to 41 new cases yesterday. DuPage had seven deaths from COVID-19 during the last 24 hours. The deaths were a male in his 60s, a female in her 70s, a male in his 70s, a female in her 80s, 2 females in their 90s and one male in his 90s. We now have a total of 8,575 cases and 439 deaths.

The COVID-19 testing site at the DuPage County Fairgrounds had 227 samples collected today. The wait time ranged from 8 minutes to 41 minutes. Yesterday, 201 test samples were collected.

Only three cars have been turned away during our three days of testing. As you may know, only people who arrive in a cars will be allowed to be tested. People will need to remain seated in their car at a working window (window must go up and down). Once in line at the testing center, individuals will not be permitted to exit their car. Bathrooms are not available on-site. For the safety of the testing personnel, the drive-thru sites will not be accept walk-up individuals.

We cannot accommodate vehicles:

  • With windows that do not function
  • That are not self-contained (e.g. convertible with top that will not close)
  • With trailers
  • With a dog
  • With occupants that cannot sit at a window that rolls down
  • Buses

The specific number of cases and deaths in our region, as of today, are as follows:

  • Chicago reported 50,084 and 2,459 deaths.
  • Suburban Cook County reported 36,095 cases and 1874 deaths.
  • Lake County reported 9,207 and 392 deaths.
  • Kane County has 7,233 cases and 241 deaths.
  • Will County reported 6,256 cases and 309 deaths.
  • McHenry has 1,884 cases and 89 deaths.
  • Kendall County has 899 cases and 20 deaths.
  • Grundy County has only 139 cases and 3 deaths.
  • Kankakee County has 1,121 cases and 61 deaths.

The statewide number of COVID 19 hospital patients as of midnight was 1,878 compared to 1,878 yesterday. Of those patients, 538 patients were occupying ICU beds compared to 563 patients yesterday. Of those ICU patients, 321 are on ventilators compared to 331 who were on ventilators yesterday. Hospital Region 8, which is primarily DuPage, has 211 of its 520 ICU beds available. 361 out of 570 ventilators are available. The graph below shows state hospitalization utilization over time. As of midnight, in addition to the number of COVID-19 patients, there were 19,002 non-COVID-19 patients in the hospital and 14,261 open beds.

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Open beds or ventilators are represented by the orange color. The light blue represents non-COVID-19 patients and the dark blue in all three categories are the COVID-19 patients.

International statistics from the World Health Organization and CDC provide the following breakdown of cases from earlier today:

  • Worldwide Cases total 8,514,945 compared to 8,327,589 yesterday
  • Deaths worldwide total 453,507 compared to 448,103 yesterday
  • Number of people who have completely recovered worldwide is now 4,488,712 compared to 4,358,235 yesterday

Globally, there are 3,572,726 active cases compared to 3,521,251 active cases yesterday. The active cases are divided between 'mild condition' cases and 'serious or critical condition' cases. Mild cases are now 98.5 percent of the worldwide active cases.

  • Worldwide mild condition cases: 3,518,090 compared to 3,466,693 yesterday.
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases:54,636 compared to 54,558 yesterday.
  • United States confirmed cases:2,246,940 compared to 2,220,195 cases yesterday
  • US Deaths: 120,240 compared to 119,458 yesterday.
  • Total US Recoveries: 920,921 compared to 904,182 yesterday
  • US Active cases: 1,205,779 compared to 1,196,555 yesterday
  • Mild condition: 1,189,135 (98.6%) compared to 1,179,874 (98.6%) yesterday
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases: 16,644 compared to 16,681 yesterday

The positivity rate today was 5% and the seven-day average, with a three-day lag, was 5% compared to 5 percent yesterday.

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The state reported 462 cases, which is the 17th day in a row in which cases are under 1,000 in Illinois. The state also reported 24 deaths to bring the total deaths to 6,671. Illinois has now performed 1,379,003 tests and 137,224 samples have been positive.

The DuPage County Health Department confirmed COVID-19 cases have increased by 32 cases compared to 36 new cases yesterday. DuPage had one death from COVID-19 during the last 24 hours. The death was a female in her 100s. We now have a total of 8,716 cases and 445 deaths. The COVID-19 testing site at the DuPage County Fairgrounds reopens tomorrow. Thus far over 1,000 samples have been collected.

The specific number of cases and deaths in our region, as of today, are as follows:

  • Chicago reported 50,635 and 2,523 deaths.
  • Suburban Cook County reported 36,789 cases and 1,900 deaths.
  • Lake County reported 9,356 and 401 deaths.
  • Kane County has 7,430 cases and 252 deaths.
  • Will County reported 6,398 cases and 310 deaths.
  • McHenry has 1,921 cases and 91 deaths.
  • Kankakee County has 1,149 cases and 61 deaths.
  • Kendall County has 918 cases and 20 deaths.
  • Grundy County has only 142 cases and 3 deaths.

The statewide number of COVID 19 hospital patients as of midnight was 1,628 compared to 1,631 yesterday. Of those patients, 419 patients were occupying ICU beds compared to 422 patients yesterday. Of those ICU patients, 250 are on ventilators compared to 256 who were on ventilators yesterday. Hospital Region 8, which is primarily DuPage, has 223 of its 520 ICU beds available. 380 out of 570 ventilators are available. The graph below shows state hospitalization utilization over time. As of midnight, in addition to the number of COVID-19 patients, there were 18,258 non-COVID-19 patients in the hospital and 15,023 open beds.

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Open beds or ventilators are represented by the orange color. The light blue represents non-COVID-19 patients and the dark blue in all three categories are the COVID-19 patients.

International statistics from the World Health Organization and CDC provide the following breakdown of cases from earlier today:

  • Worldwide Cases total 9,121,608 compared to 8,994,469 yesterday
  • Deaths worldwide total 472,046 compared to 468,514 yesterday
  • Number of people who have completely recovered worldwide is now 4,886,004 compared to 4,784,306 yesterday

Globally, there are 3,572,726 active cases compared to 3,521,251 active cases yesterday. The active cases are divided between 'mild condition' cases and 'serious or critical condition' cases. Mild cases are now 98.5 percent of the worldwide active cases.

  • Worldwide mild condition cases: 3,703,709 compared to 3,686,919 yesterday.
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases:57,849 compared to 54,731 yesterday.
  • United States confirmed cases:2,370,058 compared to 2,344,053 cases yesterday
  • US Deaths: 122,404 compared to 122,127 yesterday.
  • Total US Recoveries: 984,277 compared to 975,049 yesterday
  • US Active cases: 1,263,377 compared to 1,246,877 yesterday
  • Mild condition: 1,246,900 (98.7%) compared to 1,230,371 (98.7%) yesterday
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases: 16,472 compared to 16,506 yesterday

The positivity rate today was 4% and the seven-day average, with a three-day lag, was 5% compared to 5 percent yesterday.

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The state reported 615 cases, which is the 19th day in a row in which cases are under 1,000 in Illinois. The state also reported 63 deaths to bring the total deaths to 6,770. Illinois has now performed 1,428,841 tests and 138,540 have been positive.

DuPage has fared well with its positivity rate at 2.54% as of June 21. The rate is a seven-day rolling average with a three-day lag. The graphic shows the sharp decline from a high of 36.36 percent on March 15th to today's low of 2.54 percent.

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Today, the DuPage County Health Department confirmed COVID-19 cases have increased by 26 cases compared to 40 new cases yesterday. DuPage had five deaths from COVID-19 during the last 24 hours. The deaths were a female in her 50s, one male in his 60s, one male in his 70s, one male in his 80s and one female in her 90s. We now have a total of 8,782 cases and 456 deaths.

The DuPage COVID-19 Testing team reported that it collected 253 samples today compared to 310 yesterday. The wait time was between 12 and 33 minutes.

The specific number of cases and deaths in our region, as of today, are as follows:

  • Chicago reported 50,996 and 2,540 deaths.
  • Suburban Cook County reported 37,142 cases and 1,938 deaths.
  • Lake County reported 9,447 and 409 deaths.
  • Kane County has 7,496 cases and 255 deaths.
  • Will County reported 6,459 cases and 313 deaths.
  • McHenry has 1,937 cases and 93 deaths.
  • Kankakee County has 1,168 cases and 62 deaths.
  • Kendall County has 928 cases and 21 deaths.
  • Grundy County has only 144 cases and 4 deaths.

The statewide number of COVID 19 hospital patients as of midnight was 1,614 compared to 1,648 yesterday. Of those patients, 389 patients were occupying ICU beds compared to 424 patients yesterday. Of those ICU patients, 219 are on ventilators compared to 236 who were on ventilators yesterday. Hospital Region 8, which is primarily DuPage, has 202 of its 520 ICU beds available. 372 out of 570 ventilators are available. The graph below shows state hospitalization utilization over time. As of midnight, in addition to the number of COVID-19 patients, there were 19,596 non-COVID-19 patients in the hospital and 13,899 open beds.

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Open beds or ventilators are represented by the orange color. The light blue represents non-COVID-19 patients and the dark blue in all three categories are the COVID-19 patients.

International statistics from the World Health Organization and CDC provide the following breakdown of cases from earlier today:

  • Worldwide Cases total 9,441,826 compared to 9,274,058 yesterday
  • Deaths worldwide total 482,088 compared to 476,770 yesterday
  • Number of people who have completely recovered worldwide is now 5,105,238 compared to 4,994,612 yesterday

Globally, there are 3,854,500 active cases compared to 3,802,676 active cases yesterday. The active cases are divided between 'mild condition' cases and 'serious or critical condition' cases. Mild cases are now 98.4 percent of the worldwide active cases.

  • Worldwide mild condition cases: 3,796,467 compared to 3,744,773 yesterday.
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases:58,033 compared to 57,903 yesterday.
  • United States confirmed cases:2,443,601 compared to 2,405,998 cases yesterday
  • US Deaths: 123,891 compared to 123,155 yesterday.
  • Total US Recoveries: 1,025,290 compared to 1,005,688 yesterday
  • US Active cases: 1,294,420 compared to 1,277,155 yesterday
  • Mild condition: 1,277,916 (98.7%) compared to 1,260,645 (98.7%) yesterday
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases: 16,504 compared to 16,510 yesterday

The positivity rate today was 5% and the seven-day average, with a three-day lag, was 5% compared to 5 percent yesterday.

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The state reported 984 cases, which is the 20th day in a row in which cases are under 1,000 in Illinois. The state also reported 40 deaths to bring the total deaths to 6,810. Illinois has now performed 1,460,527 tests and 139,434 have been positive.

Tomorrow, the State of Illinois will enter Phase 4 of the Restore Illinois plan. Today, the Governor noted that in the last six weeks, deaths are down 65 percent. In the last seven weeks, cases are down 76 percent and hospitalizations are down 67 percent.

Today, the DuPage County Health Department confirmed COVID-19 cases have increased by 47 cases compared to 26 new cases yesterday. DuPage had three deaths from COVID-19 during the last 24 hours. The deaths were a female in her 80s, one male in his 80s, and one male in his 90s. We now have a total of 8,829 cases and 459 deaths.

The DuPage COVID-19 Testing team reported that it collected 210 samples today compared to 253 yesterday. The wait time was between 9 and 24 minutes, with an average wait time of 15 minutes.

The specific number of cases and deaths in our region, as of today, are as follows:

  • Chicago reported 51,267 and 2,558 deaths.
  • Suburban Cook County reported 37,883 cases and 1,942 deaths.
  • Lake County reported 9,514 and 411 deaths.
  • Kane County has 7,529 cases and 257 deaths.
  • Will County reported 6,493 cases and 315 deaths.
  • McHenry has 1,949 cases and 95 deaths.
  • Kankakee County has 1,173 cases and 62 deaths.
  • Kendall County has 940 cases and 21 deaths.
  • Grundy County has only 145 cases and 4 deaths.

The statewide number of COVID 19 hospital patients as of midnight was 1,626 compared to 1,614 yesterday. Of those patients, 399 patients were occupying ICU beds compared to 389 patients yesterday. Of those ICU patients, 216 are on ventilators compared to 219 who were on ventilators yesterday. Hospital Region 8, which is primarily DuPage, has 186 of its 520 ICU beds available. 364 out of 570 ventilators are available. The graph below shows state hospitalization utilization over time. As of midnight, in addition to the number of COVID-19 patients, there were 19,597 non-COVID-19 patients in the hospital and 13,756 open beds.

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Open beds or ventilators are represented by the orange color. The light blue represents non-COVID-19 patients and the dark blue in all three categories are the COVID-19 patients.

International statistics from the World Health Organization and CDC provide the following breakdown of cases from earlier today:

  • Worldwide Cases total 9,633,256 compared to 9,441,826 yesterday
  • Deaths worldwide total 487,572 compared to 482,088 yesterday
  • Number of people who have completely recovered worldwide is now 5,233,703 compared to 5,105,238 yesterday

Globally, there are 3,911,873 active cases compared to 3,854,500 active cases yesterday. The active cases are divided between 'mild condition' cases and 'serious or critical condition' cases. Mild cases are now 98.5 percent of the worldwide active cases.

  • Worldwide mild condition cases: 3,854,491 compared to 3,796,467 yesterday.
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases:57,382 compared to 58,033 yesterday.
  • United States confirmed cases:2,483,421 compared to 2,443,601 cases yesterday
  • US Deaths: 124,589 compared to 123,891 yesterday.
  • Total US Recoveries: 1,042,361 compared to 1,025,290 yesterday
  • US Active cases: 3,911,873 compared to 1,294,420 yesterday
  • Mild condition: 3,896,289 (99.6%) compared to 1,277,916 (98.7%) yesterday
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases: 15,584 compared to 16,504 yesterday

The positivity rate today was 4% and the seven-day average, with a three-day lag, was 5% compared to 5 percent yesterday.

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The state reported 788 cases, which is the 22nd day in a row in which cases are under 1,000 in Illinois. The state also reported 26 deaths to bring the total deaths to 6,873. Illinois has now performed 1,521,189 tests and 141,077 have been positive.

Today, the DuPage County Health Department confirmed COVID-19 cases have increased by 49 cases compared to 44 new cases yesterday. DuPage had one death from COVID-19 during the last 24 hours, a male in his 80s. We now have a total of 8,922 cases and 463 deaths.

The DuPage COVID-19 Testing team reported that it collected a new one-day record of 384 samples today compared to 93 yesterday. The wait time was between 27 and 52 minutes.

The specific number of cases and deaths in our region, as of today, are as follows:

  • Chicago reported 51,728 and 2,580 deaths.
  • Suburban Cook County reported 37,679 cases and 1,956 deaths.
  • Lake County reported 9,608 and 414 deaths.
  • Kane County has 7,604 cases and 264 deaths.
  • Will County reported 6,577 cases and 316 deaths.
  • McHenry has 1,991 cases and 97 deaths.
  • Kankakee County has 1,266 cases and 64 deaths.
  • Kendall County has 946 cases and 20 deaths.
  • Grundy County has only 160 cases and 4 deaths.

The State of Illinois did not provide new hospitalization numbers for today's report. The statewide number of COVID 19 hospital patients as of midnight on June 26th was 1,526 compared to 1,626 yesterday. Of those patients, 400 patients were occupying ICU beds compared . Of those ICU patients, 225 are on ventilators. Hospital Region 8, which is primarily DuPage, has 199 of its 520 ICU beds available. 368 out of 571 ventilators are available. The graph below shows state hospitalization utilization over time. As of midnight, in addition to the number of COVID-19 patients, there were 19,564 non-COVID-19 patients in the hospital and 13,891 open beds.

International statistics from the World Health Organization and CDC provide the following breakdown of cases from earlier today:

  • Worldwide Cases total 10,005,464 compared to 9,811,947 yesterday
  • Deaths worldwide total 498,996 compared to 494,077 yesterday
  • Number of people who have completely recovered worldwide is now 5,414,897 compared to 5,302,416 yesterday

Globally, there are 4,091,571 active cases compared to 4,015,454 active cases yesterday. The active cases are divided between 'mild condition' cases and 'serious or critical condition' cases. Mild cases are now 98.6 percent of the worldwide active cases.

  • Worldwide mild condition cases: 4,033,871 compared to 3,957,939 yesterday.
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases:57,700 compared to 57,515 yesterday.
  • United States confirmed cases:2,582,008 compared to 2,528,422 cases yesterday
  • US Deaths: 127,973 compared to 127,104 yesterday.
  • Total US Recoveries: 1,071,438 compared to 1,055,092 yesterday
  • US Active cases: 1,382,597 compared to 1,346,226 yesterday
  • Mild condition: 1,366,832 (98.9%) compared to 1,330,523 (98.8%) yesterday
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases: 15,765 compared to 15,703 yesterday

The positivity rate today was 5% and the seven-day average, with a three-day lag, was 5% compared to 5 percent yesterday.

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The state reported 738 cases, which is the 24th day in a row in which cases are under 1,000 in Illinois. The state also reported 14 deaths to bring the total deaths to 6,902. Illinois has now performed 1,571,896 tests and 142,461 have been positive.

In DuPage County confirmed COVID-19 cases have increased by 52 cases compared to 22 new cases yesterday. DuPage had two deaths from COVID-19 during the last 24 hours. The deaths were a male in his 70s and a female in her 80s. We now have a total of 8,996 cases and 465 deaths.

The specific number of cases and deaths in our region, as of today, are as follows:

  • Chicago reported 52,150 and 2,593 deaths.
  • Suburban Cook County reported 37,972 cases and 1,961 deaths.
  • Lake County reported 9,695 and 415 deaths.
  • Kane County has 7,674 cases and 265 deaths.
  • Will County reported 6,635 cases and 319 deaths.
  • McHenry has 2,010 cases and 97 deaths.
  • Kankakee County has 1,269 cases and 65 deaths.
  • Kendall County has 955 cases and 20 deaths.
  • Grundy County has only 160 cases and 4 deaths.

The statewide number of COVID 19 hospital patients as of midnight was 1,501 compared to 1,464 yesterday. Of those patients, 372 patients were occupying ICU beds compared to 373 patients yesterday. Of those ICU patients, 187 are on ventilators compared to 193 who were on ventilators yesterday. Hospital Region 8, which is primarily DuPage, has 236 of its 520 ICU beds available. 345 out of 571 ventilators are available. The graph below shows state hospitalization utilization over time. As of midnight, in addition to the number of COVID-19 patients, there were 18,418 non-COVID-19 patients in the hospital and 15,137 open beds.

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Open beds or ventilators are represented by the orange color. The light blue represents non-COVID-19 patients and the dark blue in all three categories are the COVID-19 patients.

International statistics from the World Health Organization and CDC provide the following breakdown of cases from earlier today:

  • Worldwide Cases total 10,331,979 compared to 10,169,280 yesterday
  • Deaths worldwide total 506,088 compared to 502,802 yesterday
  • Number of people who have completely recovered worldwide is now 5,609,035 compared to 5,508,346 yesterday

Globally, there are 4,216,856 active cases compared to 4,158,232 active cases yesterday. The active cases are divided between 'mild condition' cases and 'serious or critical condition' cases. Mild cases are now 98.6 percent of the worldwide active cases.

  • Worldwide mild condition cases: 4,159,407 compared to 4,100,283 yesterday.
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases:57,449 compared to 57,949 yesterday.
  • United States confirmed cases:2,653440 compared to 2,619,847 cases yesterday
  • US Deaths: 128,567 compared to 128,243 yesterday.
  • Total US Recoveries: 1,099,265 compared to 1,082,212 yesterday
  • US Active cases: 1,425,608 compared to 1,407,392 yesterday
  • Mild condition: 1,409,817 (98.9%) compared to 1,391,560 (98.9%) yesterday
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases: 15,791 compared to 15,832 yesterday

The positivity rate today was 5% and the seven-day average, with a three-day lag, was 4% compared to 5 percent yesterday.

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The state reported 724 cases, which is the 25th day in a row in which cases are under 1,000 in Illinois. The state also reported 21 deaths to bring the total deaths to 6,923. Illinois has now performed 1,602,965 tests and 143,185 have been positive.

Today, the DuPage County Health Department confirmed COVID-19 cases have increased by 40 cases compared to 22 new cases yesterday. DuPage had one death from COVID-19 during the last 24 hours. The death reported was a male in his 60s. We now have a total of 9,036 cases and 466 deaths.

The COVID 19 Testing site at the DuPage Fairgrounds collected 405 samples today. The wait varied from 20 minutes to 112 minutes. The staff struggled through severe heat to post numbers for the busiest day of testing.

The specific number of cases and deaths in our region, as of today, are as follows:

  • Chicago reported 52,354 and 2,598 deaths.
  • Suburban Cook County reported 38,182 cases and 1,967 deaths.
  • Lake County reported 9,719 and 416 deaths.
  • Kane County has 7,703 cases and 268 deaths.
  • Will County reported 6,686 cases and 319 deaths.
  • McHenry has 2,032 cases and 97 deaths.
  • Kankakee County has 1,272 cases and 65 deaths.
  • Kendall County has 955 cases and 20 deaths.

The statewide number of COVID 19 hospital patients as of midnight was 1,560 compared to 1,501 yesterday. Of those patients, 401 patients were occupying ICU beds compared to 372 patients yesterday. Of those ICU patients, 185 are on ventilators compared to 187 who were on ventilators yesterday. Hospital Region 8, which is primarily DuPage, has 236 of its 520 ICU beds available. 334 out of 571 ventilators are available. The graph below shows state hospitalization utilization over time. As of midnight, in addition to the number of COVID-19 patients, there were 18,836 non-COVID-19 patients in the hospital and 14,663 open beds.

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International statistics from the World Health Organization and CDC provide the following breakdown of cases from earlier today:

  • Worldwide Cases total 10,505,971 compared to 10,331,979 yesterday
  • Deaths worldwide total 510,874 compared to 506,088 yesterday
  • Number of people who have completely recovered worldwide is now 5,727,661 compared to 5,609,035 yesterday

Globally, there are 4,267,436 active cases compared to 4,216,856 active cases yesterday. The active cases are divided between 'mild condition' cases and 'serious or critical condition' cases. Mild cases are now 98.6 percent of the worldwide active cases.

  • Worldwide mild condition cases: 4,209,717 compared to 4,159,407 yesterday.
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases:57,719 compared to 57,449 yesterday.
  • United States confirmed cases:2,702,415 compared to 2,653440 cases yesterday
  • US Deaths: 129,149 compared to 128,567 yesterday.
  • Total US Recoveries: 1,124,142 compared to 1,099,265 yesterday
  • US Active cases: 1,449,124 compared to 1,407,392 yesterday
  • Mild condition: 1,433,226 (98.9%) compared to 1,409,817 (98.9%) yesterday
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases:15,898 compared to 15,791 yesterday

The positivity rate today for the Northeast Region was 5% and the seven-day average, with a three-day lag, was 4% compared to 4 percent yesterday.

The DuPage County metrics continue to be within the targets set by the Governor in Phase 4. Those metrics include less than 50 new cases per 100,000 population in a week, decreasing or stable deaths, decreasing or stable hospital admissions, decreasing or stable emergency room visits, ICU bed availability of at least 20%, sufficient testing to record a positivity rate under 10 percent. Currently the positivity rate is 3.6% for the county. The entire state has a 2.6% positivity rate.

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The state reported 828 cases, which is the 26th day in a row in which cases are under 1,000 in Illinois. The state also reported 28 deaths to bring the total deaths to 6,951 Illinois has now performed 1,636,055 tests and 144,013 have been positive.

Today, the DuPage County Health Department confirmed COVID-19 cases have increased by 50 cases compared to 40 new cases yesterday. DuPage had two deaths from COVID-19 during the last 24 hours. The deaths reported were a male in his 40s and a female in her 90s. We now have a total of 9,086 cases and 468 deaths.

The testing site at the DuPage County Fairgrounds collected 365 samples today. The wait time ranged from 8 minutes to 46 minutes.

The specific number of cases and deaths in our region, as of today, are as follows:

  • Chicago reported 52,560 and 2,611 deaths.
  • Suburban Cook County reported 38,351 cases and 1,970 deaths.
  • Lake County reported 9,752 and 418 deaths.
  • Kane County has 7,733 cases and 271 deaths.
  • Will County reported 6,744 cases and 320 deaths.
  • McHenry has 2,061 cases and 97 deaths.
  • Kankakee County has 1,285 cases and 65 deaths.
  • Kendall County has 963 cases and 20 deaths.
  • Grundy County has only 167 cases and 4 deaths.

The statewide number of COVID 19 hospital patients as of midnight was 1,511 compared to 1,560 yesterday. Of those patients, 384 patients were occupying ICU beds compared to 401 patients yesterday. Of those ICU patients, 189 are on ventilators compared to 185 who were on ventilators yesterday. Hospital Region 8, which includes DuPage, has 212 of its 520 ICU beds available. 363 out of 571 ventilators are available. The graph below shows state hospitalization utilization over time. As of midnight, in addition to the number of COVID-19 patients, there were 19,283 non-COVID-19 patients in the hospital and 14,252 open beds.

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Open beds or ventilators are represented by the orange color. The light blue represents non-COVID-19 patients and the dark blue in all three categories are the COVID-19 patients.

International statistics from the World Health Organization and CDC provide the following breakdown of cases from earlier today:

  • Worldwide Cases total 10,691,823 compared to 10,505,971 yesterday
  • Deaths worldwide total 516,401 compared to 510,874 yesterday
  • Number of people who have completely recovered worldwide is now 5,857,420 compared to 5,727,661 yesterday

Globally, there are 4,318,002 active cases compared to 4,267,436 active cases yesterday. The active cases are divided between 'mild condition' cases and 'serious or critical condition' cases. Mild cases are now 98.7 percent of the worldwide active cases.

  • Worldwide mild condition cases: 4,260,214 compared to 4,209,717 yesterday.
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases:57,788 compared to 57,719 yesterday.
  • United States confirmed cases:2,751,571 compared to 2,702,415 cases yesterday
  • US Deaths: 130,390 compared to 129,149 yesterday.
  • Total US Recoveries: 1,146,785 compared to 1,124,142 yesterday
  • US Active cases: 1,474,396 compared to 1,449,124 yesterday
  • Mild condition: 1,458,595 (98.9%) compared to 1,433,226 (98.9%) yesterday
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases:15,801 compared to 15,898 yesterday

The State of Illinois reported 869 cases, which is the 27th day in a row in which cases are under 1,000 in Illinois. The state also reported 36 deaths to bring the total deaths to 6,987 Illinois has 144,882 positive tests thus far.

Today, the DuPage County Health Department confirmed COVID-19 cases have increased by 61 cases compared to 50 new cases yesterday. DuPage had one death from COVID-19 during the last 24 hours, a female in her 80s. We now have a total of 9,147 cases and 469 deaths.

The graph below shows that the daily deaths has continued to decrease. Today's seven day rolling average for deaths was 0.6, whereas the highest daily total was April 29th, when we recorded 13 deaths of DuPage residents.

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Similar good news is found in the daily hospital admission data. Today’s seven day rolling average was 0.3, compared to a high of 36 on April 27th.

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The State of Illinois did not provide specific number of cases and deaths by counties to provide you with how the Northeastern Region is doing today.

The statewide number of COVID 19 hospital patients as of midnight was 1,651 compared to 1,511 yesterday. Of those patients, 349 patients were occupying ICU beds compared to 384 patients yesterday. Of those ICU patients, 194 are on ventilators compared to 189 who were on ventilators yesterday. Hospital Region 8, which is primarily DuPage, has 221 of its 520 ICU beds available. 387 out of 571 ventilators are available. The graph below shows state hospitalization utilization over time. As of midnight, in addition to the number of COVID-19 patients, there were 19,338 non-COVID-19 patients in the hospital and 14,137 open beds.

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Open beds or ventilators are represented by the orange color. The light blue represents non-COVID-19 patients and the dark blue in all three categories are the COVID-19 patients.

International statistics from the World Health Organization and CDC provide the following breakdown of cases from earlier today:

  • Worldwide Cases total 10,918,629 compared to 10,691,823 yesterday
  • Deaths worldwide total 521,372 compared to 516,401 yesterday
  • Number of people who have completely recovered worldwide is now 6,106,139 compared to 5,857,420 yesterday

Globally, there are 4,291,118 active cases compared to 4,318,002 active cases yesterday. The active cases are divided between 'mild condition' cases and 'serious or critical condition' cases. Mild cases are now 98.7 percent of the worldwide active cases.

  • Worldwide mild condition cases: 4,233,043 compared to 4,260,214 yesterday.
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases:58,075 compared to 57,788 yesterday.
  • United States confirmed cases:2,804,731 compared to 2,751,571 cases yesterday
  • US Deaths: 131,118 compared to 130,390 yesterday.
  • Total US Recoveries: 1,177,068 compared to 1,146,785 yesterday
  • US Active cases: 1,496,545 compared to 1,474,396 yesterday
  • Mild condition: 1,480,647 (98.9%) compared to 1,458,595 (98.9%) yesterday
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases:15,898 compared to 15,801 yesterday

The state had 1,042 new cases, which ends the streak of 28 days in a row in which cases reported have been under 1,000 in Illinois. The state also reported 9 deaths to bring the total deaths to 7,014. Illinois has now 146,612 positive tests.

The positivity rate for the Northeast Region was 4% today and the seven-day rolling average with a three-day lag was also 4%.

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The Northeast Region numbers were provided today, and each county's totals are as follows:

  • City of Chicago has 53,375 cases and 2,631 deaths
  • Suburban Cook County has 38,865 cases and 1,991 deaths
  • Lake County has 9,919 cases and 423 deaths
  • Kane County has 7,819 cases and 275 deaths
  • Will County has 6,883 cases and 320 deaths
  • McHenry County has 2,103 cases and 97 deaths
  • Kankakee County has 1,304 cases and 65 deaths
  • Kendall County has 989 cases and 21 deaths
  • Grundy County has 177 cases and 5 deaths

Since yesterday, there are 67 new cases of COVID-19 in DuPage County including one death of a person with COVID-19 infection reported: a male in his 90s. We now have a total of 9,276 cases and 471 deaths.

Since June 23, the 7-day rolling average of new COVID-19 cases reported daily in DuPage County has risen from a low of 34.3 cases per day to 48.6 cases per day (an increase of 42% in less than 10 days).

If you choose to be out this weekend, remember to follow the 3 W's: Wear a cloth face covering; Watch your distance by staying 6 feet apart; and, Wash your hands! The best way to prevent illness is to avoid being exposed to this virus.

As other parts of the country see increases in new cases, DCHD reminds you that if you are traveling to areas with higher levels of COVID-19 you should monitor your health daily. People with COVID-19 have had a wide range of symptoms reported - ranging from mild symptoms to severe illness. Symptoms may appear 2-14 days after exposure to the virus.

People with these symptoms may have COVID-19 (fever or chills, cough, shortness of breath or difficulty breathing, fatigue, muscle or body aches, headache, new loss of taste or smell, sore throat, congestion or runny nose, nausea or vomiting, or diarrhea). If you develop any of these symptoms, contact your healthcare provider and stay at home except for medical care. Remember the 3 W's and have a safe and happy 4th of July weekend.

The State of Illinois did provide hospitalization numbers today. As of midnight, 1346 COVID 19 patients occupied hospital beds. In addition, non-COVID 19 patients occupied 19,212 hospital beds statewide leaving 14,058 available beds throughout the state. Of those 1,346 COVID 19 patients, 336 required ICU rooms and 182 were on ventilators. In Region 8, 229 ICU beds out of 520 remain open. 335 ventilators out of 571 remain available.

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International statistics from the World Health Organization and CDC provide the following breakdown of cases from earlier today:

  • Worldwide Cases total 11,302,907
  • Deaths worldwide total 531,117
  • Number of people who have completely recovered worldwide is now 6,411,300

Globally, there are 4,380,490 active cases. The active cases are divided between 'mild condition' cases and 'serious or critical condition' cases. Mild cases are now 98.7 percent of the worldwide active cases.

  • Worldwide mild condition cases: 4,322,854 compared to 4,309,202 yesterday.
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases:57,636 compared to 57,922 yesterday.
  • United States confirmed cases:2,924,033 compared to 2,875,079 cases yesterday
  • US Deaths: 132,223 compared to 131,934 yesterday.
  • Total US Recoveries: 1,251,094 compared to 1,201,755 yesterday
  • US Active cases: 1,546,716 compared to 1,541,390 yesterday
  • Mild condition: 1,530,775 (99%) compared to 1,525,487 (99%) yesterday
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases:15,941 compared to 15,903 yesterday

Since yesterday, there are 39 new cases of COVID-19, and no new deaths, in DuPage County. We now have a total of 9,315 cases and 471 deaths.

The state reported 639 new cases and 6 deaths. Illinois now has 147,251 positive tests and 7,020 deaths.

The positivity rate for the Northeast Region was 4% today and the seven-day rolling average with a three-day lag was also 4%.

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The Northeast Region numbers were provided today, and each county's totals are as follows:

  • City of Chicago has 53,531 cases and 2,634 deaths
  • Suburban Cook County has 39,001 cases and 1993 deaths
  • Lake County has 9,954 cases and 423 deaths
  • Kane County has 7,856 cases and 275 deaths
  • Will County has 6,923 cases and 320 deaths
  • McHenry County has 2,115 cases and 97 deaths
  • Kankakee County has 1,307 cases and 65 deaths
  • Kendall County has 996 cases and 21 deaths
  • Grundy County has 173 cases and 5 deaths

The State of Illinois and Region 8 hospitalization numbers improved from yesterday. As of midnight, 1326 COVID 19 patients occupied hospital beds. In addition, non-COVID 19 patients occupied 18,405 hospital beds statewide leaving 15,421 available beds throughout the state. Of those 1,346 COVID-19 patients, 304 required ICU rooms and 165 were on ventilators. In Region 8, 256 ICU beds out of 520 remain open. 338 ventilators out of 571 remain available.

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International statistics from the World Health Organization and CDC provide the following breakdown of cases from earlier today:

  • Worldwide Cases total 11,496,761 compared to 11,302,907 yesterday
  • Deaths worldwide total 535,379 compared to 531,117 yesterday
  • Number of people who have completely recovered worldwide is now 6,513,405 compared to 6,411,300 yesterday

Globally, there are 4,447,988 active cases compared to 4,360,490 active cases yesterday. The active cases are divided between 'mild condition' cases and 'serious or critical condition' cases. Mild cases are now 98.7 percent of the worldwide active cases.

  • Worldwide mild condition cases: 4,389,470 compared to 4,302,854 yesterday.
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases:58,507 compared to 57,636 yesterday.
  • United States confirmed cases:2,970,468 compared to 2,924,033 cases yesterday
  • US Deaths: 132,510 compared to 132,223 yesterday.
  • Total US Recoveries: 1,280,758 compared to 1,251,094 yesterday
  • US Active cases: 1,557,200 compared to 1,546,716 yesterday
  • Mild condition: 1,541,181 (99%) compared to 1,530,775 (99%) yesterday
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases:16,019 compared to 15,941 yesterday

Since yesterday, DuPage County had 45 new cases of COVID-19, and one death, a female in her 80s. We now have a total of 9,360 cases and 472 deaths.

The state reported 614 new cases and 6 deaths today, compared to yesterday's 639 new cases and 6 deaths. Illinois now has 147,865 positive tests and 7,026 deaths.

The positivity rate for the Northeast Region was 4% today and the seven-day rolling average with a three-day lag was also 4%. Those are the same numbers we saw yesterday for the entire region.

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The Northeast Region numbers were provided today, and each county's totals are as follows:

  • City of Chicago has 53,670 cases and 2,636 deaths
  • Suburban Cook County has 39,111 cases and 1994 deaths
  • Lake County has 10,007 cases and 423 deaths
  • Kane County has 7,877 cases and 275 deaths
  • Will County has 6,957 cases and 320 deaths
  • McHenry County has 2,120 cases and 97 deaths
  • Kankakee County has 1,311 cases and 65 deaths
  • Kendall County has 1000 cases and 21 deaths
  • Grundy County has 177 cases and 5 deaths

As of midnight, 1,395 COVID 19 patients occupied hospital beds. In addition, non-COVID 19 patients occupied 18,335 hospital beds statewide leaving 15,414 available beds throughout the state. Of those 1,395 COVID 19 patients, 321 required ICU rooms and 151 were on ventilators. In Region Eight, 269 ICU beds out of 520 remain open. 345 ventilators out of 571 remain available.

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International statistics from the World Health Organization and CDC provide the following breakdown of cases from earlier today:

  • Worldwide Cases total 11,668,905 compared to 11,496,761 yesterday
  • Deaths worldwide total 538,792 compared to 535,379 yesterday
  • Number of people who have completely recovered worldwide is now 6,602,915 compared to 6,513,405 yesterday

Globally, there are 4,527,198 active cases compared to 4,447,988 active cases yesterday. The active cases are divided between 'mild condition' cases and 'serious or critical condition' cases. Mild cases are now 98.7 percent of the worldwide active cases.

  • Worldwide mild condition cases: 4,468,518 compared to 4,389,470 yesterday.
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases: 58,680 compared to 58,507 yesterday.
  • United States confirmed cases:3,014,033 compared to 2,970,468 cases yesterday
  • US Deaths: 132,761 compared to 132,510 yesterday.
  • Total US Recoveries: 1,303,822 compared to 1,280,758 yesterday
  • US Active cases: 1,577,450 compared to 1,557,200 yesterday
  • Mild condition: 1,561,468 (99%) compared to 1,541,181 (99%) yesterday
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases:15,982 compared to 16,019 yesterday

Since yesterday, DuPage County had 35 new cases of COVID-19, and one death, a female in her 80s. We now have a total of 9,395 cases and 473 deaths.

The state reported 587 new cases and 37 deaths compared to yesterday's 614 new cases and 6 deaths. Illinois now has 148,865 positive tests and 7,063 deaths.

The positivity rate for the Northeast Region was 5% today and the seven-day rolling average with a three-day lag was 4%.

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The Northeast Region numbers were provided today, and each county's totals are as follows:

  • City of Chicago has 53,820 cases and 2,645 deaths
  • Suburban Cook County has 39,233 cases and 2006 deaths
  • Lake County has 10,039 cases and 425 deaths
  • Kane County has 7,909 cases and 276 deaths
  • Will County has 6,996 cases and 322 deaths
  • McHenry County has 2,141 cases and 98 deaths
  • Kankakee County has 1,312 cases and 65 deaths
  • Kendall County has 1006 cases and 22 deaths
  • Grundy County has 176 cases and 5 deaths

As of midnight, 1,385 COVID 19 patients occupied hospital beds. In addition, non-COVID 19 patients occupied 18,798 hospital beds statewide leaving 14,696 available beds throughout the state. Of those 1,385 COVID 19 patients, 320 required ICU rooms and 153 were on ventilators. In Region Eight, 272 ICU beds out of 520 remain open. 340 ventilators out of 571 remain available.

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International statistics from the World Health Organization and CDC provide the following breakdown of cases from earlier today:

  • Worldwide Cases total 11,841,045 compared to 11,668,905 yesterday
  • Deaths worldwide total 543,429 compared to 538,792 yesterday
  • Number of people who have completely recovered worldwide is now 6,811,403 compared to 6,602,915 yesterday

Globally, there are 4,486,213 active cases compared to 4,527,198 active cases yesterday. The active cases are divided between 'mild condition' cases and 'serious or critical condition' cases. Mild cases are now 98.7 percent of the worldwide active cases.

  • Worldwide mild condition cases: 4,428,257 compared to 4,468,518 yesterday.
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases: 57,956 compared to 58,680 yesterday.
  • United States confirmed cases:3,058,864 compared to 3,014,033 cases yesterday
  • US Deaths: 133,844 compared to 132,761 yesterday.
  • Total US Recoveries: 1,336,876 compared to 1,303,822 yesterday
  • US Active cases: 1,588,644 compared to 1,577,450 yesterday
  • Mild condition: 1,572,450 (99%) compared to 1,561,468 (99%) yesterday
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases:15,194 compared to 15,982 yesterday

Since yesterday, DuPage County had 62 new cases of COVID-19, and three deaths, one female and two males in their 80s. We now have a total of 9,395 cases and 473 deaths. Yesterday, the COVID 19 testing center at the County Fairgrounds collected 396 samples. The wait time varied between 50 minutes and 149 minutes.

The state reported 980 new cases and 36 deaths compared to yesterday's 587 new cases and 37 deaths. Illinois now has 149,432 positive tests and 7,099 deaths.

The positivity rate for the Northeast Region was 4% today and the seven-day rolling average with a three-day lag was 4%.

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The Northeast Region numbers were provided today, and each county's totals are as follows:

  • City of Chicago has 54,044 cases and 2,650 deaths
  • Suburban Cook County has 39,452 cases and 2,014 deaths
  • Lake County has 10,104 cases and 427 deaths
  • Kane County has 7,949 cases and 280 deaths
  • Will County has 7,061 cases and 322 deaths
  • McHenry County has 2,179 cases and 100 deaths
  • Kankakee County has 1,335 cases and 65 deaths
  • Kendall County has 1011 cases and 22 deaths
  • Grundy County has 185 cases and 5 deaths

The State of Illinois released its hospitalization data today showing 1,518 COVID 19 patients hospitalized as of midnight. Of those patients, 331 required ICU rooms and 151 were on ventilators. In region eight, 240 of the 520 ICU beds and 375 of the 571 ventilators remain available.

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International statistics from the World Health Organization and CDC provide the following breakdown of cases from earlier today:

  • Worldwide Cases total 12,048,280 compared to 11,841,045 yesterday
  • Deaths worldwide total 548,776 compared to 543,429 yesterday
  • Number of people who have completely recovered worldwide is now 6,964,746 compared to 6,811,403 yesterday

Globally, there are 4,534,758 active cases compared to 4,486,213 active cases yesterday. The active cases are divided between 'mild condition' cases and 'serious or critical condition' cases. Mild cases are now 98.7 percent of the worldwide active cases.

  • Worldwide mild condition cases: 4,476,476 compared to 4,428,257 yesterday.
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases: 58,282 compared to 57,956 yesterday.
  • United States confirmed cases:3,117,629 compared to 3,058,864 cases yesterday
  • US Deaths: 134,175 compared to 133,844 yesterday.
  • Total US Recoveries: 1,356,423 compared to 1,336,876 yesterday
  • US Active cases: 1,627,031 compared to 1,588,644 yesterday
  • Mild condition: 1,611,649 (99%) compared to 1,572,450 (99%) yesterday
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases:15,382 compared to 15,194 yesterday

Since yesterday, DuPage County had 50 new cases of COVID-19, and two deaths, a male in his 60s and a female in her 70s. We now have a total of 9,507 cases and 478 deaths. Yesterday, the COVID 19 testing center at the County Fairgrounds collected 413 samples. The wait time varied between 31 minutes and 85 minutes.

The state reported 567 new cases and 36 deaths compared to yesterday's 1,018 new cases and 20 deaths. Illinois now has 150,450 positive tests and 7,119 deaths.

The positivity rate for the Northeast Region was 4% today and the seven-day rolling average with a three-day lag was 4%.

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The Northeast Region numbers were provided today, and each county's totals are as follows:

  • City of Chicago has 54,344 cases and 2,657 deaths
  • Suburban Cook County has 39,661 cases and 2019 deaths
  • Lake County has 10,175 cases and 427 deaths
  • Kane County has 7,971 cases and 281 deaths
  • Will County has 7,120 cases and 322 deaths
  • McHenry County has 2,208 cases and 100 deaths
  • Kankakee County has 1,344 cases and 65 deaths
  • Kendall County has 1024 cases and 23 deaths
  • Grundy County has 187 cases and 5 deaths

The State of Illinois released statewide hospital information that indicates 1507 COVID 19 patients were in hospital beds as of midnight. Of those patients, 317 were in ICU beds and 153 were on ventilators. In addition to COVID-19 patients, hospitals reported that there were 20,226 non-COVID-19 patients hospitalized and 13,384 open beds were available in hospitals. Region 8 hospitals had 206 of its 520 ICU beds and 348 of its 576 ventilators available.

Statistics

International statistics from the World Health Organization and CDC provide the following breakdown of cases from earlier today:

  • Worldwide Cases total 12,260,363 compared to 12,048,280 yesterday
  • Deaths worldwide total 554,074 compared to 548,776 yesterday
  • Number of people who have completely recovered worldwide is now 7,127,651 compared to 6,964,746 yesterday

Globally, there are 4,578,638 active cases compared to 4,534,758 active cases yesterday. The active cases are divided between 'mild condition' cases and 'serious or critical condition' cases. Mild cases are now 98.7 percent of the worldwide active cases.

  • Worldwide mild condition cases: 4,520,438 compared to 4,476,476 yesterday.
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases: 58,200 compared to 58,282 yesterday.
  • United States confirmed cases:3,180,997 compared to 3,117,629 cases yesterday
  • US Deaths: 135,213 compared to 134,175 yesterday.
  • Total US Recoveries: 1,394,303 compared to 1,356,423 yesterday
  • US Active cases: 1,651,481 compared to 1,627,031 yesterday
  • Mild condition: 1,636,049 (99%) compared to 1,611,649 (99%) yesterday
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases:15,432 compared to 15,382 yesterday

Since yesterday, DuPage County had 61 new cases of COVID-19, and one death, a male in his 70s. We now have a total of 9,568 cases and 479 deaths. The COVID 19 testing center at the County Fairgrounds collected 349 samples. The wait time today varied between 46 minutes and 67 minutes. Yesterday, staff collected 370 samples. The wait time varied between 12 minutes and 80 minutes.

The state reported 1,317 new cases and 25 deaths. Illinois now has 151,767 positive tests and 7,144 deaths.

The positivity rate for the Northeast Region was 3% today and the seven-day rolling average with a three-day lag was 4%.

Statistics

The Northeast Region numbers by individual county, and the City of Chicago, are as follows:

  • City of Chicago has 54,676 cases and 2,666 deaths
  • Suburban Cook County has 39,929 cases and 2027 deaths
  • Lake County has 10,253 cases and 428 deaths
  • Kane County has 8,028 cases and 281 deaths
  • Will County has 7,171 cases and 324 deaths
  • McHenry County has 2,229 cases and 101 deaths
  • Kankakee County has 1,401 cases and 65 deaths
  • Kendall County has 1032 cases and 23 deaths
  • Grundy County has 188 cases and 5 deaths

The State of Illinois released statewide hospital information that indicates 1,436 COVID 19 patients were in hospital beds as of midnight. Of those patients, 306 were in ICU beds and 155 were on ventilators. In addition to COVID-19 patients, hospitals reported that there were 20,029 non-covid patients hospitalized and 13,401 open beds were available in hospitals. Region 8 hospitals had 211 of its 520 ICU beds and 339 of its 576 ventilators available.

Statistics

International statistics from the World Health Organization and CDC provide the following breakdown of cases from earlier today:

  • Worldwide Cases total 12,503,566 compared to 12,260,363 yesterday
  • Deaths worldwide total 559,546 compared to 554,074 yesterday
  • Number of people who have completely recovered worldwide is now 7,291,738 compared to 7,127,651 yesterday

Globally, there are 4,652,282 active cases compared to 4,578,638 active cases yesterday. The active cases are divided between 'mild condition' cases and 'serious or critical condition' cases. Mild cases are now 98.7 percent of the worldwide active cases.

  • Worldwide mild condition cases: 4,593,512 compared to 4,520,438 yesterday.
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases: 58,770 compared to 58,200 yesterday.
  • United States confirmed cases:3,250,704 compared to 3,180,997 cases yesterday
  • US Deaths: 136,158 compared to 135,213 yesterday.
  • Total US Recoveries: 1,437,774 compared to 1,394,303 yesterday
  • US Active cases: 1,676,772 compared to 1,651,481 yesterday
  • Mild condition: 1,661,237 (99%) compared to 1,636,049 (99%) yesterday
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases:15,454 compared to 15,432 yesterday

Since yesterday, DuPage County had 73 new cases of COVID-19, and one death, a female in her 60s. We now have a total of 9,641 cases and 480 deaths. The COVID 19 testing center at the County Fairgrounds collected 228 samples. The wait time today varied between 17 minutes and 38 minutes.

The state reported 1,195 new cases and 24 deaths. Illinois now has 152,962 positive tests and 7,168 deaths.

The positivity rate for the Northeast Region was 4% today and the seven-day rolling average with a three-day lag was 4%.

Statistics

The Northeast Region numbers by individual county, and the City of Chicago, are as follows:

  • City of Chicago has 54,968 cases and 2,676 deaths
  • Suburban Cook County has 40,170 cases and 2035 deaths
  • Lake County has 10,318 cases and 428 deaths
  • Kane County has 8,078 cases and 281 deaths
  • Will County has 7,223 cases and 325 deaths
  • McHenry County has 2,248 cases and 102 deaths
  • Kankakee County has 1,414 cases and 66 deaths
  • Kendall County has 1048 cases and 23 deaths
  • Grundy County has 193 cases and 5 deaths

The State of Illinois released statewide hospital information that indicates 1,398 COVID 19 patients were in hospital beds as of midnight. Of those patients, 321 were in ICU beds and 129 were on ventilators. In addition to COVID-19 patients, hospitals reported that there were 20,279 non-COVID patients hospitalized and 13,354 open beds were available in hospitals. Region 8 hospitals had 194 of its 520 ICU beds and 348 of its 576 ventilators available.

Statistics

International statistics from the World Health Organization and CDC provide the following breakdown of cases from earlier today:

  • Worldwide Cases total 12,783,886 compared to 12,503,566 yesterday
  • Deaths worldwide total 565,048 compared to 559,546 yesterday
  • Number of people who have completely recovered worldwide is now 7,435,551 compared to 7,291,738 yesterday

Globally, there are 4,733,287 active cases compared to 4,652,282 active cases yesterday. The active cases are divided between 'mild condition' cases and 'serious or critical condition' cases. Mild cases are now 98.8 percent of the worldwide active cases.

  • Worldwide mild condition cases: 4,674,577 compared to 4,593,512 yesterday.
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases: 58,710 compared to 58,770 yesterday.
  • United States confirmed cases:3,321,900 compared to 3,250,704 cases yesterday
  • US Deaths: 137,073 compared to 136,158 yesterday.
  • Total US Recoveries: 1,475,551 compared to 1,437,774 yesterday
  • US Active cases: 1,709,276 compared to 1,676,772 yesterday
  • Mild condition: 1,693,556 (99%) compared to 1,636,049 (99%) yesterday
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases:15,720 compared to 15,454 yesterday

Since yesterday, DuPage County had 65 new cases of COVID-19, and two deaths,1 male in his 80s and one male in his 90s. We now have a total of 9,786 cases and 483 deaths. The COVID 19 testing center at the County Fairgrounds is not open on Monday.

The state reported 883 new cases and 6 deaths. Illinois now has 154,799 positive tests and 7,193 deaths.

The positivity rate for the Northeast Region was 5% and the seven-day rolling average with a three-day lag was 4%.

Statistics

The Northeast Region numbers by individual county, and the City of Chicago, are as follows:

  • City of Chicago has 55,399 cases and 2,688 deaths
  • Suburban Cook County has 40,485 cases and 2041 deaths
  • Lake County has 10,422 cases and 428 deaths
  • Kane County has 8,137 cases and 281 deaths
  • Will County has 7,340 cases and 326 deaths
  • McHenry County has 2,285 cases and 102 deaths
  • Kankakee County has 1,439 cases and 66 deaths
  • Kendall County has 1071 cases and 23 deaths
  • Grundy County has 196 cases and 5 deaths

The State of Illinois released statewide hospital information that indicates 1,362 COVID 19 patients were in hospital beds as of midnight. Of those patients, 334 were in ICU beds and 136 were on ventilators. In addition to COVID-19 patients, hospitals reported that there were 19,019 non-COVID-19 patients hospitalized and 14,651 open beds were available in hospitals. Region 8 hospitals had 236 of its 520 ICU beds and 334 of its 576 ventilators available.

Statistics

International statistics from the World Health Organization and CDC provide the following breakdown of cases from earlier today:

  • Worldwide Cases total 13,141,065 compared to 12,944,481 yesterday
  • Deaths worldwide total 573,319 compared to 569,347 yesterday
  • Number of people who have completely recovered worldwide is now 7,660,786 compared to 7,543,317 yesterday

Globally, there are 4,906,960 active cases compared to 4,831,817 active cases yesterday. The active cases are divided between 'mild condition' cases and 'serious or critical condition' cases. Mild cases are now 98.8 percent of the worldwide active cases.

  • Worldwide mild condition cases: 4,848,209 compared to 4,772,957 yesterday.
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases: 58,751 compared to 58,860 yesterday.
  • United States confirmed cases: 3,444,093 compared to 3,385,521 cases yesterday
  • US Deaths: 137,948 compared to 137,620 yesterday.
  • Total US Recoveries: 1,534,925 compared to 1,505,671 yesterday
  • US Active cases: 1,771,210 compared to 1,742,230 yesterday
  • Mild condition: 1,755,397 (99%) compared to 1,726,428 (99%) yesterday
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases:15,813 compared to 15,802 yesterday

Since yesterday, DuPage County had 8 new cases of COVID-19, and 4 deaths, 1 female in her 70s, one male in his 70s, 1 female in his 80s and one male in his 80s. We now have a total of 9,794 cases and 487 deaths. The COVID 19 testing center at the County Fairgrounds collected 495 samples today. The wait time varied from 57 minutes to almost 2 hours.

The state reported 707 new cases and 25 deaths. Illinois now has 155,506 positive tests and 7,218 deaths.

The positivity rate for the Northeast Region was 4% and the seven-day rolling average with a three-day lag was 4%.

Statistics

The Northeast Region numbers by individual county, and the City of Chicago, are as follows:

  • City of Chicago has 55,583 cases and 2,697 deaths
  • Suburban Cook County has 40,603 cases and 2044 deaths
  • Lake County has 10,464 cases and 429 deaths
  • Kane County has 8,151 cases and 285 deaths
  • Will County has 7,382 cases and 326 deaths
  • McHenry County has 2,309 cases and 103 deaths
  • Kankakee County has 1,443 cases and 66 deaths
  • Kendall County has 1068 cases and 21 deaths
  • Grundy County has 196 cases and 5 deaths

The State of Illinois released statewide hospital information that indicates 1,416 COVID 19 patients were in hospital beds as of midnight. Of those patients, 333 were in ICU beds and 126 were on ventilators. In addition to COVID-19 patients, hospitals reported that there were 19,029 non-COVID 19 patients hospitalized and 14,563 open beds were available in hospitals. Region 8 hospitals had 216 of its 520 ICU beds and 349 of its 576 ventilators available.

Statistics

International statistics from the World Health Organization and CDC provide the following breakdown of cases from earlier today:

  • Worldwide Cases total 13,313,669 compared to 13,141,065 yesterday
  • Deaths worldwide total 577,443 compared to 573,319 yesterday
  • Number of people who have completely recovered worldwide is now 7,770,954 compared to 7,660,786 yesterday

Globally, there are 4,965,272 active cases compared to 4,906,960 active cases yesterday. The active cases are divided between 'mild condition' cases and 'serious or critical condition' cases. Mild cases are now 98.8 percent of the worldwide active cases.

  • Worldwide mild condition cases: 4,906,068 compared to 4,848,209 yesterday.
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases: 59,204 compared to 58,751 yesterday.
  • United States confirmed cases: 3,491,859 compared to 3,444,093 cases yesterday
  • US Deaths: 138,466 compared to 137,948 yesterday.
  • Total US Recoveries: 1,551,841 compared to 1,534,925 yesterday
  • US Active cases: 1,801,552 compared to 1,771,210 yesterday
  • Mild condition: 1,785,603 (99%) compared to 1,755,397 (99%) yesterday
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases:15,949 compared to 15,813 yesterday

Since yesterday, DuPage County had 68 new cases of COVID-19, and 2 deaths,1 male in his 40s and one male in his 80s. The COVID 19 testing center at the County Fairgrounds collected 397 samples today. The wait time varied from 58 minutes to 67 minutes.

The state reported 1,187 new cases and 8 deaths today. Illinois now has 156,693 positive tests and 7,226 deaths.

The Governor announced today that the Restore Illinois regions are being adjusted. Instead of 8 regions, there will now be 11 regions which will be similar to the 11 EMS regions of the state. The Governor noted that some of those regions have been changed. Chicago has its own region as does suburban Cook County. DuPage and Kane Counties are Region 8.

  1. NORTH: Boone, Carroll, DeKalb, Jo Daviess, Lee, Ogle, Stephenson, Whiteside, Winnebago
  2. NORTH-CENTRAL: Bureau, Fulton, Grundy, Henderson, Henry, Kendall, Knox, La Salle, Livingston, Marshall, McDonough, McLean, Mercer, Peoria, Putnam, Rock Island, Stark, Tazewell, Warren, Woodford
  3. WEST-CENTRAL: Adams, Brown, Calhoun, Cass, Christian, Greene, Hancock, Jersey, Logan, Macoupin, Mason, Mason, Menard, Montgomery, Morgan, Pike, Sangamon, Schuyler, Scott
  4. METRO EAST: Bond, Clinton, Madison, Monroe, Randolph, St. Clair, Washington
  5. SOUTHERN: Alexander, Edwards, Franklin, Gallatin, Hamilton, Hardin, Jackson, Jefferson, Johnson, Marion, Massac, Perry, Pope, Pulaski, Saline, Union, Wabash, Wayne, White, Williamson
  6. EAST-CENTRAL: Champaign, Clark, Clay, Coles, Crawford, Cumberland, De Witt, Douglas, Edgar, Effingham, Fayette, Ford, Iroquois, Jasper, Lawrence, Macon, Moultrie, Piatt, Richland, Shelby, Vermillion
  7. SOUTH SUBURBAN: Kankakee, Will
  8. WEST SUBURBAN: DuPage, Kane
  9. NORTH SUBURBAN: Lake, McHenry
  10. SUBURBAN COOK: Suburban Cook
  11. CHICAGO: City of Chicago

Region 8 Numbers for DuPage and Kane:

  • DuPage has 9,862 cases and 489 deaths
  • Kane County has 8,218 cases and 286 deaths

The State of Illinois released statewide hospital information that indicates 1,454 COVID 19 patients were in hospital beds as of midnight. Of those patients, 333 were in ICU beds and 126 were on ventilators. In addition to COVID-19 patients, hospitals reported that there were 20,848 non-covid patients hospitalized and 13,322 open beds were available in hospitals. Region 8 hospitals had 195 of its 520 ICU beds and 362 of its 576 ventilators available.

Statistics

International statistics from the World Health Organization and CDC provide the following breakdown of cases from earlier today:

  • Worldwide Cases total 13,605,643 compared to 13,313,669 yesterday
  • Deaths worldwide total 584,092 compared to 577,443 yesterday
  • Number of people who have completely recovered worldwide is now 7,956,981 compared to 7,770,954 yesterday

Globally, there are 5,064,570 active cases compared to 4,965,272 active cases yesterday. The active cases are divided between 'mild condition' cases and 'serious or critical condition' cases. Mild cases are now 98.8 percent of the worldwide active cases.

  • Worldwide mild condition cases: 5,005,106 compared to 4,906,068 4,848,209 yesterday.
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases: 59,464 compared to 59,204 yesterday.
  • United States confirmed cases: 3,592,064 compared to 3,491,859 cases yesterday
  • US Deaths: 139,727 compared to 138,466 yesterday.
  • Total US Recoveries: 1,624,586 compared to 1,551,841 yesterday
  • US Active cases: 1,827,751 compared to 1,801,552 yesterday
  • Mild condition: 1,811,443 (99%) compared to 1,785,603 (99%) yesterday
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases:16,308 compared to 15,949 yesterday

Since yesterday, DuPage County had 47 new cases of COVID-19, and 1 death, a female in her 70s. The COVID 19 testing center at the County Fairgrounds collected 418 samples today. The wait time varied from 53 minutes to 80 minutes.

The state reported 1,257 new cases and 25 deaths today. Illinois now has 157,950 positive tests and 7,251 deaths.

The Governor announced yesterday that the Restore Illinois regions are being adjusted. Instead of 8 regions, there will now be 11 regions which will be similar to the 11 EMS regions of the state. The Governor noted that some of those regions have been changed and may not match the EMS regions exactly. For example, Chicago has its own region as does suburban Cook County. DuPage and Kane Counties are Region 8

Region 8 Numbers for DuPage and Kane:

  • DuPage has 9,909 cases and 490 deaths (Estimated Population 924,443)
  • Kane County has 8,262 cases and 288 deaths (Est. Population 533,156)

The Governor's newly formed regions as of yesterday, will look at specific metrics: Positivity rate, hospital admissions and medical and ICU bed availability.

The target for the three-day positivity rate is less than 8 percent and if there is a three-day test positivity at or above 8 percent, there is a warning. Region 8 has had a four-day increase of the positivity rate as shown below but the rate is now at 3.9 percent. According to the State of Illinois, when this average increases from the previous day, it is flagged. The target is to have fewer than 7 out of 10 days with a daily increase. If there are 7 or more such days, there is a warning.

Hospital admissions are the second metric. Whenever the daily seven-day hospital admissions number increases, it is flagged. The target is once again to have fewer than 7 days out of the last ten with a daily increase in admissions. If there is seven or more days in the last ten days, with a daily increase, there is a warning. As of today, there has only been one day with an increase in admissions.

The third metric being reviewed is medical and surgical bed availability. The target is to have at least 20 percent of the medical and surgical beds available. If the percentage drops below 20 percent there is a warning.

Medical and surgical bed availability is reported daily by each hospital and represents the number of medical and surgical hospital beds that are empty. Hospitals are assigned to one of 11 Illinois COVID regions. For each region, the sum of the available medical and surgical beds over the last three days is divided by the sum of the total medical and surgical beds (i.e., bed capacity) over the same period. Currently, Region 8 has 34 percent of its hospital beds available and 49 percent of its ICU beds available.

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If Region 8 ICU beds and ventilators were unavailable, other regions would be used to care for sick patients. As such, the Illinois Department of Public Health makes us aware of the ICU and ventilator availability throughout the state. Those numbers, as seen below, indicate that 1,709 ICU beds and 4,484 ventilators are available throughout the state.

Statistics

International statistics from the World Health Organization and CDC provide the following breakdown of cases from earlier today:

  • Worldwide Cases total 13,810,247 compared to 13,605,643 yesterday
  • Deaths worldwide total 589,222 compared to 584,092 yesterday
  • Number of people who have completely recovered worldwide is now 8,217,073 compared to 7,956,981 compared to 7,770,954 yesterday

Globally, there are 5,064,570 active cases compared to 4,965,272 active cases yesterday. The active cases are divided between 'mild condition' cases and 'serious or critical condition' cases. Mild cases are now 98.8 percent of the worldwide active cases.

  • Worldwide mild condition cases: 4,944,022 compared to 5,005,106 yesterday.
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases: 59,930 compared to 59,464 yesterday.
  • United States confirmed cases: 3,649,049 compared to 3,592,064 cases yesterday
  • US Deaths: 140,526 compared to 139,727 yesterday.
  • Total US Recoveries: 1,647,761 compared to 1,624,586 yesterday
  • US Active cases: 1,860,762 compared to 1,827,751 yesterday
  • Mild condition: 1,844,306 (99%) compared to 1,811,443 (99%) yesterday
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases:16,456 compared to 16,308 yesterday

Since yesterday, DuPage County had 111 new cases of COVID-19, and 2 deaths, a male in 60s and a female in her 80s. The COVID 19 testing center at the County Fairgrounds collected 410 samples today. The wait time varied from 20 minutes to 80 minutes.

The state reported 1,384 new cases and 21 deaths today. Illinois now has 159,334 positive tests and 7,272 deaths.

The Governor announced that the Restore Illinois regions have been adjusted. There are now 11 regions, which will be like the 11 EMS regions of the state. The Governor noted that some of those regions have been changed. Chicago has its own region as does suburban Cook County. DuPage and Kane Counties are Region 8 and we'll continue to report those numbers.

Region 8 Numbers for DuPage and Kane:

  • DuPage has 10,020 cases and 492 deaths
  • Kane County has 8,291 cases and 288 deaths

The Governor's newly formed regions look at specific metrics: Positivity Rate, Hospital Admissions, and Medical Bed and ICU Bed Availability

Region 8 has had a four-day increase of the positivity rate as shown below but the rate is now at 3.7 percent down from 3.9 percent yesterday.

Hospital admissions increased for the two days but has been stable at 11 for the last two days.

The third metric being reviewed is medical and surgical bed availability. The target is to have at least 20 percent of the medical and surgical beds available. Currently, Region 8 has 34 percent of its hospital beds available and 47 percent of its ICU beds available.

If Region 8 ICU beds and ventilators were unavailable, other regions would be used to care for sick patients. As such, the Illinois Department of Public Health makes us aware of the hospital and surgical bed availability throughout the state. Those numbers, as seen below, indicate that 1,644 ICU beds and 4,518 ventilators are available throughout the state.

International statistics from the World Health Organization and CDC provide the following breakdown of cases from earlier today:

  • Worldwide Cases total 14,066,739 compared to 13,810,247 yesterday
  • Deaths worldwide total 595,105 compared to 589,222 yesterday
  • Number of people who have completely recovered worldwide is now 8,376,004 compared to 8,217,073 yesterday

Globally, there are 5,095,630 active cases compared to 5,003,952 active cases yesterday. The active cases are divided between 'mild condition' cases and 'serious or critical condition' cases. Mild cases are now 98.8 percent of the worldwide active cases.

  • Worldwide mild condition cases: 5,035,681
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases: 59,949
  • United States confirmed cases: 3,725,956
  • US Deaths: 141,518
  • Total US Recoveries: 1,694,496
  • US Active cases: 1,889,942
  • Mild condition: 1,873,471 (99%)
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases:16,471

Since yesterday, DuPage County had 77 new cases of COVID-19, and 2 deaths, a male in 70s and a male in his 80s. The COVID 19 testing center at the County Fairgrounds collected 366 samples today. The wait time varied from 24 minutes to 60 minutes.

The state reported 1,276 new cases and 18 deaths today. Illinois now has 160,610 positive tests and 7,290 deaths.

There are now 11 regions, which are like the 11 EMS regions of the state with some modifications. Chicago has its own region as does suburban Cook County. DuPage and Kane Counties are Region 8.

Region 8 Numbers for DuPage and Kane:

  • DuPage has 10,097 cases and 494 deaths
  • Kane County has 8,345 cases and 289 deaths

The important metrics that we are now concerned with are the Positivity Rate, Hospital Admissions, and Medical Bed and ICU Bed Availability.

Region 8's positivity rate is at 3.8 percent up from 3.7 percent yesterday.

Hospital admissions increased for the two days but has been stable at 11 for the last three days.

The third metric being reviewed is medical and surgical bed availability. The target is to have at least 20 percent of the medical and surgical beds available. Currently, Region 8 has 32 percent of its hospital beds available and 48 percent of its ICU beds available.

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If Region 8 ICU beds and ventilators were unavailable, other regions would be used to care for sick patients. As such, the Illinois Department of Public Health makes us aware of the hospital and surgical bed availability throughout the state. Those numbers, as seen below, indicate that 1,691 ICU beds and 4,606 ventilators are available throughout the state.

Statistics

International statistics from the World Health Organization and CDC provide the following breakdown of cases from earlier today:

  • Worldwide Cases total 14,306,624 compared to 14,066,739 yesterday
  • Deaths worldwide total 601,674 compared to 595,105 yesterday
  • Number of people who have completely recovered worldwide is now 8,546,456 compared to 8,376,004 yesterday

Globally, there are 5,158,494 active cases compared to 5,095,630 active cases yesterday. The active cases are divided between 'mild condition' cases and 'serious or critical condition' cases. Mild cases are now 98.8 percent of the worldwide active cases.

  • Worldwide mild condition cases: 5,098,634 compared to 5,035,681 yesterday
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases: 59,855 compared to 59,949 yesterday
  • United States confirmed cases: 3,799,780 compared to 3,725,956 yesterday
  • US Deaths: 142,500 compared to 141,518 yesterday
  • Total US Recoveries: 1,757,484 compared to 1,694,496 yesterday
  • US Active cases: 1,899,796 compared to 1,889,942 yesterday
  • Mild condition: 1,883,121 (99%) compared to 1,873,471 (99%) yesterday
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases:16,675 compared to 16,471 yesterday

Since yesterday, DuPage County had 123 new cases of COVID-19, and one death, a male in his 70s. The COVID 19 testing center at the County Fairgrounds was not operating today.

The state reported 1,173 new cases and 6 deaths today. Illinois now has 162,748 positive tests and 7,301 deaths.

DuPage and Kane Counties comprise, Region 8, which is one of eleven regions being reviewed at the state level in phase 4.

Region 8 Numbers for DuPage and Kane:

  • DuPage has 10,308 cases and 495 deaths
  • Kane County reported 45 new cases and no deaths today and now has 8,406 cases and 289 deaths

Positivity Rate, Hospital Admissions, and Medical Bed and ICU Bed Availability metrics remain statistically stable.

Region 8 positivity rate as shown below, has been steady. The rate is now at 3.7 percent down from 3.75 percent yesterday. Daily hospital admissions remained at 11 on the 7-day rolling average.

The third metric being reviewed is medical and surgical bed availability. The target is to have at least 20 percent of the medical and surgical beds available. Currently, Region 8 has 35 percent of its hospital beds available and 50 percent of its ICU beds available.

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If Region 8 ICU beds and ventilators were unavailable, other regions would be used to care for sick patients. As such, the Illinois Department of Public Health makes us aware of the hospital and surgical bed availability throughout the state. Those numbers, as seen below, indicate that 1,837 ICU beds and 4,557 ventilators are available throughout the state.

Statistics

International statistics from the World Health Organization and CDC provide the following breakdown of cases from earlier today:

  • Worldwide Cases total 14,747,822 compared to 14,525,919 yesterday
  • Deaths worldwide total 610,791 compared to 606,718 yesterday
  • Number of people who have completely recovered worldwide is now 8,803,885 compared to 8,665,911 yesterday

Globally, there are 5,333,146 active cases compared to 5,253,290 active cases yesterday. The active cases are divided between 'mild condition' cases and 'serious or critical condition' cases. Mild cases are now 98.9 percent of the worldwide active cases.

  • Worldwide mild condition cases: 5,273,445 compared to 5,193,353 yesterday
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases: 59,701 compared to 59,937 yesterday
  • United States confirmed cases: 3,295,360 compared to 3,859,590 yesterday
  • US Deaths: 143,493 compared to 143,042 yesterday
  • Total US Recoveries: 1,814,158 compared to 1,776,463 yesterday
  • US Active cases: 1,967,708 compared to 1,940,085 yesterday
  • Mild condition: 1,951,159 (99%) compared to 1,923,422 (99%) yesterday
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases:16,550 compared to 16,663 yesterday

Since yesterday, DuPage County had 103 new cases of COVID-19, and one death, a male in his 90s. The COVID 19 testing center at the County Fairgrounds collected 381 samples and the wait time varied between 58 to 113 minutes.

The state reported 955 new cases and 23 deaths today. Illinois now has 163,703 positive tests and 7,324 deaths.

DuPage and Kane Counties comprise, Region 8, one of 11 regions being reviewed at the state level in phase 4.

Region 8 Numbers for DuPage and Kane:

  • DuPage has 10,411 cases and 496 deaths
  • Kane County reported 27 new cases and two deaths and now has 8,433 cases and 291 deaths

Positivity Rate, Hospital Admissions, and Medical Bed and ICU Bed Availability metrics remain statistically stable.

Region 8 positivity rate as shown below, has been steady. The rate is now at 3.8 percent up from 3.7 percent yesterday. Hospital admissions remained at 11 on the 7-day rolling average.

Statistics

The third metric being reviewed is medical and surgical bed availability. The target is to have at least 20 percent of the medical and surgical beds available. Currently, Region 8 has 36 percent of its hospital beds available and 51 percent of its ICU beds available.

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If Region 8 ICU beds and ventilators were unavailable, other regions would be used to care for sick patients. As such, the Illinois Department of Public Health makes us aware of the hospital and surgical bed availability throughout the state. Those numbers, as seen below, indicate that 1,797 ICU beds and 4,532 ventilators are available throughout the state.

Statistics

Statistics from the World Health Organization and CDC provide the following breakdown of global cases from earlier today:

  • Worldwide Cases total 14,963,473 compared to 14,747,822 yesterday
  • Deaths worldwide total 615,722 compared to 610,791 yesterday
  • Number of people who have completely recovered worldwide is now 8,984,860 compared to 8,803,885 yesterday

Globally, there are 5,362,891 active cases compared to 5,333,146 active cases yesterday. The active cases are divided between 'mild condition' cases and 'serious or critical condition' cases. Mild cases are now 98.8 percent of the worldwide active cases.

  • Worldwide mild condition cases: 5,299,212 compared to 5,273,445 yesterday
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases: 63,679 compared to 59,701 yesterday
  • United States confirmed cases: 3,985,788 compared to 3,925,360 yesterday
  • US Deaths: 144,303 compared to 143,493 yesterday
  • Total US Recoveries: 1,858,927 compared to 1,814,158 yesterday
  • US Active cases: 1,982,558 compared to 1,967,708 yesterday
  • Mild condition: 1,965,945(99.2%) compared to 1,951,159 (99.1%) yesterday
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases:16,613 compared to 16,550 yesterday

Since yesterday, DuPage County had 116 new cases of COVID-19, and one death, a female in her 50s.

The state reported 1,598 new cases and 23 deaths today. Illinois now has 165,301 positive tests and 7,347 deaths.

DuPage and Kane Counties comprise, Region 8, one of 11 regions being reviewed at the state level in phase 4.

The Region 8 Numbers for DuPage and Kane are as follows:

  • DuPage has 10,527 cases and 497 deaths
  • Kane County reported 48 new cases and two deaths and now has 8,481 cases and 293 deaths

Positivity Rate, Hospital Admissions, and Medical Bed and ICU Bed Availability metrics remain statistically stable.

Region 8 positivity rate as shown below, has been steady. The rate is now at 4 percent up from 3.8 percent yesterday. Hospital admissions remained at 11 on the 7-day rolling average.

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The third metric being reviewed is medical and surgical bed availability. The target is to have at least 20 percent of the medical and surgical beds available. Currently, Region 8 has 36 percent of its hospital beds available and 50 percent of its ICU beds available.

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If Region 8 ICU beds and ventilators were unavailable, other regions would be used to care for sick patients. As such, the Illinois Department of Public Health makes us aware of the hospital and surgical bed availability throughout the state. Those numbers, as seen below, indicate that 1,687 ICU beds and 4,507 ventilators are available throughout the state.

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Statistics from the World Health Organization and CDC provide the following breakdown of global cases from earlier today:

  • Worldwide Cases total 15,245,954 compared to 14,963,473 yesterday
  • Deaths worldwide total 622,897 compared to 615,722 yesterday
  • Number of people who have completely recovered worldwide is now 9,211,993 compared to 8,984,860 yesterday

Globally, there are 5,411,064 active cases compared to 5,362,891 active cases yesterday. The active cases are divided between 'mild condition' cases and 'serious or critical condition' cases. Mild cases are now 98.8 percent of the worldwide active cases.

  • Worldwide mild condition cases: 5,347,469 compared to 5,299,212 yesterday
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases: 63,595 compared to 63,679 yesterday
  • United States confirmed cases: 4,072,509 compared to 3,985,788 yesterday
  • US Deaths: 145,689 compared to 144,303 yesterday
  • Total US Recoveries: 1,909,742 compared to 1,858,927 yesterday
  • US Active cases: 2,017,078 compared to 1,982,558 yesterday
  • Mild condition: 2,000,349 (99.2%) compared to 1,965,945 (99.2%) yesterday
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases: 16,729 compared to 16,613 yesterday

Today, DuPage County reported 66 new cases of COVID-19, and one death, a female in her 80s. The COVID 19 testing center at the County Fairgrounds collected 332 samples and the wait time averaged 29 minutes.

The state reported 1,426 new cases and 12 deaths today. Illinois now has 169,883 positive tests and 7,397 deaths.

DuPage and Kane Counties comprise, Region 8, one of 11 regions being reviewed at the state level in phase 4.

The Region 8 Numbers for DuPage and Kane are as follows:

  • DuPage has 10,771 cases and 505 deaths
  • Kane County reported 52 new cases and no deaths and now has 8,665 cases and 294 deaths

Positivity Rate, Hospital Admissions, and Medical Bed and ICU Bed Availability metrics remain statistically stable.

Region 8 positivity rate as shown below, has been steady. The rate is now at 4.3 up from 4.2 yesterday. Hospital admissions dropped from 10 to 9 on the 7-day rolling average.

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The third metric being reviewed is medical and surgical bed availability. The target is to have at least 20 percent of the medical and surgical beds available. Currently, Region 8 has 32 percent of its hospital beds available and 46 percent of its ICU beds available.

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If Region 8 ICU beds and ventilators were unavailable, other regions would be used to care for sick patients. As such, the Illinois Department of Public Health makes us aware of the hospital and surgical bed availability throughout the state. Those numbers, as seen below, indicate that 1,586 ICU beds and 4,578 ventilators are available throughout the state.

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Statistics from the World Health Organization and CDC provide the following breakdown of global cases from earlier today:

  • Worldwide Cases total 16,101,142 compared to 15,789,138 yesterday
  • Deaths worldwide total 645,654 compared to 639,041 yesterday
  • Number of people who have completely recovered worldwide is now 9,845,058 compared to 9,622,749 yesterday

Globally, there are 5,610,430 active cases compared to 5,527,348 active cases yesterday. The active cases are divided between 'mild condition' cases and 'serious or critical condition' cases. Mild cases are now 98.8 percent of the worldwide active cases.

  • Worldwide mild condition cases: 5,544,246 compared to 5,461,082 yesterday
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases: 66,184 compared to 66,266 yesterday
  • United States confirmed cases: 4,291,791 compared 4,202,361 yesterday
  • US Deaths: 149,073 compared to 147,740 yesterday
  • Total US Recoveries: 2,040,513 compared to 1,988,921 yesterday
  • US Active cases: 2,102,205 compared to 2,065,700 yesterday
  • Mild condition: 2,083,135 (99.1%) compared to 2,046,529 (99.1%) yesterday
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases:19,070 compared to 19,171 yesterday

DuPage County reported 109 new cases of COVID-19, and one death, a male in his 50s.

The state reported 1,541 new cases and 1 death today. Illinois now has 171,424 positive tests and 7,398 deaths.

DuPage and Kane Counties comprise, Region 8, one of 11 regions being reviewed at the state level in phase 4.

The Region 8 Numbers for DuPage and Kane are as follows:

  • DuPage has 10,880 cases and 506 deaths
  • Kane County reported 49 new cases and no deaths and now has 8,714 cases and 294 deaths

Positivity Rate, Hospital Admissions, and Medical Bed and ICU Bed Availability metrics remain statistically stable.

Region 8 positivity rate as shown below, has been steady. The rate is now at 4.3 as it was yesterday. Hospital admissions increased from 9 to 10 on the 7-day rolling average.

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The third metric being reviewed is medical and surgical bed availability. The target is to have at least 20 percent of the medical and surgical beds available. Currently, Region 8 has 34 percent of its hospital beds available and 46 percent of its ICU beds available.

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If Region 8 ICU beds and ventilators were unavailable, other regions would be used to care for sick patients. As such, the Illinois Department of Public Health makes us aware of the hospital and surgical bed availability throughout the state. Those numbers, as seen below, indicate that 1,660 ICU beds and 4,598 ventilators are available throughout the state.

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Statistics from the World Health Organization and CDC provide the following breakdown of global cases from earlier today:

  • Worldwide Cases total 16,321,473 compared to 16,101,142 yesterday
  • Deaths worldwide total 650,357 compared to 645,654 yesterday
  • Number of people who have completely recovered worldwide is now 9,983,217 compared to 9,845,058 yesterday

Globally, there are 5,687,899 active cases compared to 5,610,430 active cases yesterday. The active cases are divided between 'mild condition' cases and 'serious or critical condition' cases. Mild cases are now 98.8 percent of the worldwide active cases.

  • Worldwide mild condition cases: 5,621,712 compared to 5,544,246 yesterday
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases: 66,187 compared to 66,184 yesterday
  • United States confirmed cases: 4,341,491 compared to 4,291,791 yesterday
  • US Deaths: 149,601 compared to 149,073 yesterday
  • Total US Recoveries: 2,072,518 compared to 2,040,513 yesterday
  • US Active cases: 2,119,372 compared to 2,102,205 yesterday
  • Mild condition: 2,100,388 (99.1%) compared to 2,083,135 (99.1%) yesterday
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases:18,894 compared to 19,070 yesterday

DuPage County had 61 new cases of COVID-19, and one death, a female in her 90s.

The state reported 1,231 new cases and 18 deaths today. Illinois now has 172,655 positive tests and 7,416 deaths.

DuPage and Kane Counties comprise, Region 8, one of 11 regions being reviewed at the state level in phase 4.

The Region 8 Numbers for DuPage and Kane are as follows:

  • DuPage has 10,941 cases and 507 deaths
  • Kane County reported 68 new cases and no deaths and now has 8,782 cases and 294 deaths

Positivity Rate, Hospital Admissions, and Medical Bed and ICU Bed Availability metrics remain statistically stable.

Region 8 positivity rate as shown below, has been steady. The rate is up to 4.5% compared to 4.3% yesterday. Hospital admissions remained at 10 on the 7-day rolling average.

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The third metric being reviewed is medical and surgical bed availability. The target is to have at least 20 percent of the medical and surgical beds available. Currently, Region 8 has 36 percent of its hospital beds available and 47 percent of its ICU beds available.

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If Region 8 ICU beds and ventilators were unavailable, other regions would be used to care for sick patients. As such, the Illinois Department of Public Health makes us aware of the hospital and surgical bed availability throughout the state. Those numbers, as seen below, indicate that 1,684 ICU beds and 4,581 ventilators are available throughout the state.

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Statistics from the World Health Organization and CDC provide the following breakdown of global cases from earlier today:

  • Worldwide Cases total 16,525,398 compared to 16,321,473 yesterday
  • Deaths worldwide total 653,968 compared to 650,357 yesterday
  • Number of people who have completely recovered worldwide is now 10,115,860 compared to 9,983,217 yesterday

Globally, there are 5,755,570 active cases compared to 5,687,899 active cases yesterday. The active cases are divided between 'mild condition' cases and 'serious or critical condition' cases. Mild cases are now 98.8 percent of the worldwide active cases.

  • Worldwide mild condition cases: 5,689,177 compared to 5,621,712 yesterday
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases: 66,393 compared to 66,187 yesterday
  • United States confirmed cases: 4,392,830 compared to 4,341,491 yesterday
  • US Deaths: 149,971 compared to 149,601 yesterday
  • Total US Recoveries: 2,092,357 compared to 2,072,518 yesterday
  • US Active cases: 2,150,502 compared to 2,119,372 yesterday
  • Mild condition: 2,131,505 (99.1%) compared to 2,100,388 (99.1%) yesterday
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases:18,997 compared to 18,894 yesterday

DuPage County had 64 new cases of COVID-19, and one death, a male in his 80s. Below is a chart of the DuPage cases by age group as of July 27th. There are 227 cases in the 9 and under age group. 10 year old to 19 year old residents account for 760 cases. Between 20 and 29, the most cases are recorded with 1,900 cases. 30 to 39 year old, and 40 to 49 year old, residents each have 1,700 cases. The 50 to 59 year old age group have slightly more cases with 1,800 before cases begin to decline. 60 to 69 year old residents have 1,300 cases. 70 to 79 year olds account for 734 cases and the last group of cases belong to anyone over 80, which accounts for 895 cases.

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As we noted a few days ago, the death risk does not align with the case risk. We haven't recorded any deaths for COVID 19 patients that are under 20 years old and only one between 20 and 29 years old. There have been 5 deaths for individuals between 30 and 39 and 10 deaths for patients that are between 40 and 49. Deaths continue to rise as the age group increases. For individuals between 50 and 59, there have been 19 deaths. The age group of 60 to 69 year old residents accounted for 59 deaths. 70 to 79 year old residents account for 120 deaths. The population group of residents over 80, while accounting for few cases, have the most deaths, 293.

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The COVID 19 Testing site at the County Fair grounds was busy once again with 418 samples being collected. the wait time varied between 38 minutes and 125 minutes.

The state reported 1,076 new cases and 30 deaths today. Illinois now has 173,731 positive tests and 7,446 deaths.

DuPage and Kane Counties comprise, Region 8, one of 11 regions being reviewed at the state level in phase 4.

The Region 8 Numbers for DuPage and Kane are as follows:

  • DuPage has 11,005 cases and 508 deaths
  • Kane County reported 38 new cases and no deaths and now has 8,820 cases and 294 deaths

Positivity Rate, Hospital Admissions, and Medical Bed and ICU Bed Availability metrics remain statistically stable.

Region 8 positivity rate as shown below, has been steady. The rate is up to 4.5% compared to 4.3% yesterday. Hospital admissions remained at 10 on the 7-day rolling average.

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The third metric being reviewed is medical and surgical bed availability. The target is to have at least 20 percent of the medical and surgical beds available. Currently, Region 8 has 39 percent of its hospital beds available and 49 percent of its ICU beds available.

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If Region 8 ICU beds and ventilators were unavailable, other regions would be used to care for sick patients. As such, the Illinois Department of Public Health makes us aware of the hospital and surgical bed availability throughout the state. Those numbers, as seen below, indicate that 1,734 ICU beds and 4,454 ventilators are available throughout the state as of midnight.

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Statistics from the World Health Organization and CDC provide the following breakdown of global cases from earlier today:

  • Worldwide Cases total 16,734,900 compared to 16,525,398 yesterday
  • Deaths worldwide total 659,047 compared to 653,968 yesterday
  • Number of people who have completely recovered worldwide is now 10,297,777 compared to 10,115,860 yesterday

Globally, there are 5,778,076 active cases compared to 5,755,570 active cases yesterday. The active cases are divided between 'mild condition' cases and 'serious or critical condition' cases. Mild cases are now 98.8 percent of the worldwide active cases.

  • Worldwide mild condition cases: 5,711,460 compared to 5,689,177 yesterday
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases: 66,616 compared to 66,393 yesterday
  • United States confirmed cases: 4,449,369 compared to 4,392,830 yesterday
  • US Deaths: 151,474 compared to 149,971 yesterday
  • Total US Recoveries: 2,139,028 compared to 2,092,357 yesterday
  • US Active cases: 2,158,867 compared to 2,150,502 yesterday
  • Mild condition: 2,139,767 (99.1%) compared to 2,131,505 (99.1%) yesterday
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases:19,100 compared to 18,997 yesterday

DuPage County had 61 new cases of COVID-19, and no deaths. The state reported 1,393 new cases and 18 deaths today. Illinois now has 175,124 positive tests and 7,462 deaths. Over the last 24-hour period, 38,187 samples were tested and since this pandemic began, the State of Illinois residents have been tested 2,608,652 times.

DuPage and Kane Counties comprise, Region 8, one of eleven regions being reviewed at the state level in phase 4.

The Region 8 Numbers for DuPage and Kane are as follows:

  • DuPage has 11,066 cases and 508 deaths
  • Kane County reported 64 new cases and two deaths and now has 8,885 cases and 296 deaths

Positivity Rate, Hospital Admissions, and Medical Bed and ICU Bed Availability metrics remain statistically stable.

Region 8 positivity rate as shown below, has been steady. The rate is at 4.5% as it was yesterday. Hospital admissions increased to 11 on the 7-day rolling average. At 8% the State may take action.

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The third metric being reviewed is medical and surgical bed availability. The target is to have at least 20 percent of the medical and surgical beds available. Currently, Region 8 has 38 percent of its hospital beds available and 50 percent of its ICU beds available.

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If Region 8 ICU beds and ventilators were unavailable, other regions would be used to care for sick patients. As such, the Illinois Department of Public Health makes us aware of the hospital and surgical bed availability throughout the state. Those numbers, as seen below, indicate that 1,653 ICU beds and 4,528 ventilators are available throughout the state.

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Statistics from the World Health Organization and CDC provide the following breakdown of global cases from earlier today:

  • Worldwide Cases total 17,032,178 compared to 16,734,900 yesterday
  • Deaths worldwide total 666,070 compared to 659,047 yesterday
  • Number of people who have completely recovered worldwide is now 10,556,658 compared to 10,297,777 yesterday

Globally, there are 5,809,450 active cases compared to 5,778,076 active cases yesterday. The active cases are divided between 'mild condition' cases and 'serious or critical condition' cases. Mild cases are now 98.9 percent of the worldwide active cases.

  • Worldwide mild condition cases: 5,742,918 compared to 5,711,460 yesterday
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases: 66,532 compared to 66,616 yesterday
  • United States confirmed cases: 4,521,906 compared to 4,449,369 yesterday
  • US Deaths: 152,853 compared to 151,474 yesterday
  • Total US Recoveries: 2,208,438 compared to 2,139,028 yesterday
  • US Active cases: 2,160,615 compared to 2,158,867 yesterday
  • Mild condition: 2,141,601 (99.1%) compared to 2,139,767 (99.1%) yesterday
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases:19,014 compared to 19,100 yesterday

After the Governor announced new guidelines for youth and high school sports today, the Illinois High School Association decided to move football, girls' volleyball and boys' soccer seasons to spring. The other fall sports will continue to be played in the fall since the students will have less contact during those sports.

Unfortunately, the state reported 1,772 new cases and 16 deaths today. The number of cases is the most in over two months for the state and indicates that statewide the virus is not disappearing. Illinois now has 176,896 positive tests and 7,478 deaths. Over the last 24-hour period, 41,134 samples were tested.

DuPage County had 85 new cases of COVID-19, and no deaths. The COVID 19 testing site at the County Fairgrounds had 376 samples taken today. The wait time varied between one minute and 48 minutes.

DuPage and Kane Counties comprise, Region 8, one of 11 regions being reviewed at the state level in phase 4.

To date, DuPage has reported 11,511 cases and 508 deaths while Kane County reported 79 new cases and no deaths and now has 8,885 cases and 296 deaths.

Region 8 positivity rate as shown below, has been steady. The rate is at 4.5% as it was yesterday. Hospital admissions increased to 12 from 11 on the 7-day rolling average.

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The third metric being reviewed is medical and surgical bed availability. The target is to have at least 20 percent of the medical and surgical beds available. Currently, Region 8 has 35 percent of its hospital beds available and 49 percent of its ICU beds available.

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If Region 8 ICU beds and ventilators were unavailable, other regions would be used to care for sick patients. As such, the Illinois Department of Public Health makes us aware of the hospital and surgical bed availability throughout the state. Those numbers, as seen below, indicate that 1,653 ICU beds and 4,528 ventilators are available throughout the state.

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Statistics from the World Health Organization and CDC provide the following breakdown of global cases from earlier today:

  • Worldwide Cases total 17,388,525 compared to 17,032,178 yesterday
  • Deaths worldwide total 673,070 compared to 666,070 yesterday
  • Number of people who have completely recovered worldwide is now 10,829,004 compared to 10,556,658 yesterday

Globally, there are 5,836,431 active cases compared to 5,809,450 active cases yesterday. The active cases are divided between 'mild condition' cases and 'serious or critical condition' cases. Mild cases are now 98.9 percent of the worldwide active cases.

  • Worldwide mild condition cases: 5,770,003 compared to 5,742,918 yesterday
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases: 66,448 compared to 66,532 yesterday
  • United States confirmed cases: 4,603,635 compared to 4,521,906 yesterday
  • US Deaths: 154,590 compared to 152,853 yesterday
  • Total US Recoveries: 2,255,751 compared to 2,208,438 yesterday
  • US Active cases: 2,193,294 compared to 2,160,615 yesterday
  • Mild condition: 2,174,447 (99.1%) compared to 2,141,601 (99.1%) yesterday
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases:18,847 compared to 19,014 yesterday

Unfortunately, the state had another bad day reporting even more cases today than yesterday, which saw a two-month high in case counts. Statewide, there were 1,941 new cases and 21 deaths today. Illinois now has 178,837 positive tests and 7,495 deaths. July closes out with an average daily case count of 1,150 compared to 756 cases a day in June when the State of Illinois was under a lock down.

DuPage County had 101 new cases of COVID-19, and two deaths, one male in his 70s and one male in his 80s. The COVID 19 testing site at the County Fairgrounds had 470 samples taken today. The wait time varied between one hour 38 minutes and 109 minutes.

Region 8, which is comprised of DuPage and our neighbors to the west, Kane County had the following data reported by the state.

  • DuPage has reported 11,151 cases yesterday with 508 deaths. Today, that number is 11,252 cases and 510 deaths
  • Kane County reported 84 new cases and no deaths and now has 9,069 cases and 296 deaths

Positivity Rate, Hospital Admissions, and Medical Bed and ICU Bed Availability metrics remain statistically stable.

Region 8 positivity rate as shown below, has been steady. The positivity rate increased from 4.5% to 4.7%. Hospital admissions increased to 13 from 12 on the 7-day rolling average.

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The third metric being reviewed is medical and surgical bed availability. The target is to have at least 20 percent of the medical and surgical beds available. Currently, Region 8 has 32 percent of its hospital beds available and 48 percent of its ICU beds available.

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If Region 8 ICU beds and ventilators were unavailable, other regions would be used to care for sick patients. As such, the Illinois Department of Public Health makes us aware of the hospital and surgical bed availability throughout the state. Those numbers, as seen below, indicate that 1,568 ICU beds and 4,591 ventilators are available throughout the state.

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Statistics from the World Health Organization and CDC provide the following breakdown of global cases from earlier today:

  • Worldwide Cases total 17,630,902 compared to 17,388,525 yesterday
  • Deaths worldwide total 679,655 compared to 673,070 yesterday
  • Number of people who have completely recovered worldwide is now 11,028,282 compared to 10,829,004 yesterday

Globally, there are 5,922,965 active cases compared to 5,836,431 active cases yesterday. The active cases are divided between 'mild condition' cases and 'serious or critical condition' cases. Mild cases are now 98.9 percent of the worldwide active cases.

  • Worldwide mild condition cases: 5,857,471 compared to 5,770,003 yesterday
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases: 65,494 compared to 66,448 yesterday
  • United States confirmed cases: 4,668,915 compared to 4,603,635 yesterday
  • US Deaths: 156,115 compared to 154,590 yesterday
  • Total US Recoveries: 2,295,892 compared to 2,255,751 yesterday
  • US Active cases: 2,217,008 compared to 2,193,294 yesterday
  • Mild condition: 2,198,228 (99.2%) compared to 2,174,447 (99.1%) yesterday
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases:18,780 compared to 18,847 yesterday

Statewide, there were 1,539 new cases and 8 deaths today. Illinois now has 180,476 positive tests and 7,503 deaths.

In our region, number 8, DuPage County had 95 new cases of COVID-19, and no deaths. DuPage has reported 11,347 cases with 510 deaths. Kane County reported 79 new cases and two deaths and now has 9,148 cases and 298 deaths

The COVID 19 testing site at the County Fairgrounds had 434 samples taken today. The wait time varied between 50 minutes and 95 minutes.

Positivity Rate, Hospital Admissions, and Medical Bed and ICU Bed Availability metrics remain statistically stable.

Region 8 positivity rate as shown below, has been steady. The positivity rate remained at 4.7%. Daily Hospital admissions remained at 13 on the 7-day rolling average.

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The third metric being reviewed is medical and surgical bed availability. The target is to have at least 20 percent of the medical and surgical beds available. Currently, Region 8 has 33 percent of its hospital beds available and 46 percent of its ICU beds available.

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If Region 8 ICU beds and ventilators were unavailable, other regions would be used to care for sick patients. As such, the Illinois Department of Public Health makes us aware of the hospital and surgical bed availability throughout the state. Those numbers, as seen below, indicate that 1,619 ICU beds and 4,614 ventilators are available throughout the state.

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Statistics from the World Health Organization and CDC provide the following breakdown of global cases from earlier today:

  • Worldwide Cases total 17,912,834 compared to 17,630,902 yesterday
  • Deaths worldwide total 685,942 compared to 679,655 yesterday
  • Number of people who have completely recovered worldwide is now 11,269,673 compared to 11,028,282 yesterday

Globally, there are 5,957,219 active cases compared to 5,922,965 active cases yesterday. The active cases are divided between 'mild condition' cases and 'serious or critical condition' cases. Mild cases are now 99 percent of the worldwide active cases.

  • Worldwide mild condition cases: 5,891,604 compared to 5,857,471 yesterday
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases: 65,615 compared to 65,494 yesterday
  • United States confirmed cases: 4,744,372 compared to 4,668,915 yesterday
  • US Deaths: 157,378 compared to 156,115 yesterday
  • Total US Recoveries: 2,342,813 compared to 2,295,892 yesterday
  • US Active cases: 2,244,181 compared to 2,217,008 yesterday
  • Mild condition: 2,225,496 (99.2%) compared to 2,198,228(99.1%) yesterday
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases:18,685 compared to 18,780 yesterday

Statewide, there were 1,467 new cases and 14 deaths today. Illinois now has 181,943 positive tests and 7,517 deaths.

DuPage County had 111 new cases of COVID-19 with no deaths of persons with COVID-19 infection reported. DuPage has reported 11,458 cases with 510 deaths while the other county in Region 8 had similar numbers again today. Kane County reported 70 new cases and two deaths and now has 9,218 cases and 298 deaths

Positivity Rate, Hospital Admissions, and Medical Bed and ICU Bed Availability metrics remain statistically stable.

Region 8 positivity rate as shown below, has been steady. The positivity rate increased from 4.7% to 4.8%, which is higher than the state rate of 3.9%. Daily Hospital admissions, however, decreased from 13 to 11 on the 7-day rolling average.

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The third metric being reviewed is medical and surgical bed availability. The target is to have at least 20 percent of the medical and surgical beds available. Currently, Region 8 has 34 percent of its hospital beds available and 46 percent of its ICU beds available.

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If Region 8 ICU beds and ventilators were unavailable, other regions would be used to care for sick patients. As such, the Illinois Department of Public Health makes us aware of the hospital and surgical bed availability throughout the state. Those numbers, as seen below, indicate that 1,610 ICU beds and 4,526 ventilators are available throughout the state.

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Statistics from the World Health Organization and CDC provide the following breakdown of global cases from earlier today:

  • Worldwide Cases total 18,143,384 compared to 17,912,834 yesterday
  • Deaths worldwide total 690,903 compared to 685,942 yesterday
  • Number of people who have completely recovered worldwide is now 11,411,596 compared to 11,269,673 yesterday

Globally, there are 6,040,885 active cases compared to 5,957,219 active cases yesterday. The active cases are divided between 'mild condition' cases and 'serious or critical condition' cases. Mild cases are now 99 percent of the worldwide active cases.

  • Worldwide mild condition cases: 5,974,994 compared to 5,891,604 yesterday
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases: 65,891 compared to 65,615 yesterday
  • United States confirmed cases: 4,790,879 compared to 4,744,372 yesterday
  • US Deaths: 158,180 compared to 157,378 yesterday
  • Total US Recoveries: 2,371,733 compared to 2,342,813 yesterday
  • US Active cases: 2,260,966 compared to 2,244,181 yesterday
  • Mild condition: 2,242,246 (99.2%) compared to 2,225,496 (99.2%) yesterday
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases:18,270 compared to 18,685 yesterday

Statewide, there were 1,953 new cases and 21 deaths today. Illinois now has 188,424 positive tests and 7,594 deaths.

DuPage County had 112 new cases of COVID-19 with two deaths, a male in his 80s and a female in her 80s. DuPage has reported 11,904 cases with 515 deaths. Kane County, which is the other county in our region, reported 101 new cases and two deaths and now has 9,502 cases and 301 deaths.

The COVID 19 testing center at the County Fairgrounds collected 479 samples were taken by our staff. The wait time varied between 17 minutes and 72 minutes.

Positivity Rate, Hospital Admissions, and Medical Bed and ICU Bed Availability metrics remain statistically stable.

Region 8 positivity rate as shown below, has been steady. The positivity rate remained at 4.6% on the 7-day rolling average, while the state average increased from 3.9% to 4% daily hospital admissions, however, remained at 11 on the 7-day rolling average.

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The third metric being reviewed is medical and surgical bed availability. The target is to have at least 20 percent of the medical and surgical beds available. Currently, Region 8 has 35 percent of its hospital beds available and 48 percent of its ICU beds available.

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If Region 8 ICU beds and ventilators were unavailable, other regions would be used to care for sick patients. As such, the Illinois Department of Public Health makes us aware of the hospital and surgical bed availability throughout the state. Those numbers, as seen below, indicate that 1,626 ICU beds and 4,598 ventilators are available throughout the state.

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Statistics from the World Health Organization and CDC provide the following breakdown of global cases from earlier today:

  • Worldwide Cases total 19,120,236 compared to 18,831,860 yesterday
  • Deaths worldwide total 713,973 compared to 707,116 yesterday
  • Number of people who have completely recovered worldwide is now 12,269,699 compared to 12,023,034 yesterday

Globally, there are 6,136,564 active cases compared to 6,101,710 active cases yesterday. The active cases are divided between 'mild condition' cases and 'serious or critical condition' cases. Mild cases are now 99 percent of the worldwide active cases.

  • Worldwide mild condition cases: 6,071,232 compared to 6,036,251 yesterday
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases: 65,332 compared to 65,459 yesterday
  • United States confirmed cases: 4,997,868 compared to 4,936,676 yesterday
  • US Deaths: 162,065 compared to 160,832 yesterday
  • Total US Recoveries: 2,549,791 compared to 2,500,741 yesterday
  • US Active cases: 2,286,012 compared to 2,275,103 yesterday
  • Mild condition: 2,267,573 (99.2%) compared to 2,256,687 (99.2%) yesterday
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases:18,439 compared to 18,416 yesterday

Statewide, there were 2,084 new cases and 21 deaths today. Illinois now has 190,508 positive tests and 7,613 deaths. Earlier in the day, Governor Pritzker announced that the Illinois Department of Public health was filing emergency rules instituting penalties for businesses and schools that don't enforce wearing masks. The rules would allow both law enforcement and local health departments to issue warnings and then to fine non-compliant entities with fines ranging from $75 to $2,500. Individuals would not be fined.

All rules are published in the Illinois Register on Fridays and this rule was not included in today's publication. Emergency rules become effective upon filing but are subject to the approval or disapproval by the Joint Committee on Administrative Rules (JCAR). The Governor attempted to file similar rules in March and withdrew the rules when JCAR signaled its disapproval.

DuPage County had 90 new cases of COVID-19 with two deaths, a male in his 70s and a female in her 90s. DuPage has reported 11,994 cases with 517 deaths. Kane County, which is the other county in our region, reported 80 new cases and one death and now has 9,582 cases and 302 deaths.

The COVID 19 testing center at the County Fairgrounds collected 512 samples today. The wait time varied between 17 minutes and 66 minutes.

Positivity Rate, Hospital Admissions, and Medical Bed and ICU Bed Availability metrics remain statistically stable.

Region 8 positivity rate as shown below, has been steady. The positivity rate decreased slightly from 4.6% to 4.5% on the 7-day rolling average, while the state average increased from 4% to 4.1%, daily hospital admissions, however, remained at 11 on the 7-day rolling average.

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The third metric being reviewed is medical and surgical bed availability. The target is to have at least 20 percent of the medical and surgical beds available. Currently, Region 8 has 34 percent of its hospital beds available and 47 percent of its ICU beds available.

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If Region 8 ICU beds and ventilators were unavailable, other regions would be used to care for sick patients. As such, the Illinois Department of Public Health makes us aware of the hospital and surgical bed availability throughout the state. Those numbers, as seen below, indicate that 1,632 ICU beds and 4,572 ventilators are available throughout the state.

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Statistics from the World Health Organization and CDC provide the following breakdown of global cases from earlier today:

  • Worldwide Cases total 19,411,723 compared to 19,120,236 yesterday
  • Deaths worldwide total 720,498 compared to 713,973 yesterday
  • Number of people who have completely recovered worldwide is now 12,460,395 compared to 12,269,699 yesterday

Globally, there are 6,230,830 active cases compared to 6,136,564 active cases yesterday. The active cases are divided between 'mild condition' cases and 'serious or critical condition' cases. Mild cases are now 99 percent of the worldwide active cases.

  • Worldwide mild condition cases: 6,165,673 compared to 6,071,232 yesterday
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases: 65,157 compared to 65,332 yesterday
  • United States confirmed cases: 5,063,321 compared to 4,997,868 yesterday
  • US Deaths: 163,375 compared to 162,065 yesterday
  • Total US Recoveries: 2,586,661 compared to 2,549,791 yesterday
  • US Active cases: 2,313,285 compared to 2,286,012 yesterday
  • Mild condition: 2,295,006 (99.2%) compared to 2,267,573 (99.2%) yesterday
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases:18,279 compared to 18,439 yesterday

Statewide, there were 2,084 new cases and 19 deaths today. Illinois now has 190,508 positive tests and 7,613 deaths.

The DuPage County Fairgrounds testing site reported that it collected 495 samples. The wait time today was between 21 and 65 minutes.

DuPage County had 147 new cases of COVID-19 with one death, a female in her 80s. DuPage has reported 12,141 cases with 518 deaths. Kane County, which is the other county in our region, reported 182 new cases and one death and now has 9,684 cases and 302 deaths.

Positivity Rate, Hospital Admissions, and Medical Bed and ICU Bed Availability metrics remain statistically stable.

Region 8 positivity rate as shown below, has been steady. The positivity rate remained at 4.6% on the 7-day rolling average. Daily hospital admissions remained at 11 on the 7-day rolling average.

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The third metric being reviewed is medical and surgical bed availability. The target is to have at least 20 percent of the medical and surgical beds available. Currently, Region 8 has 33 percent of its hospital beds available and 47 percent of its ICU beds available.

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If Region 8 ICU beds and ventilators were unavailable, other regions would be used to care for sick patients. As such, the Illinois Department of Public Health makes us aware of the hospital and surgical bed availability throughout the state. Those numbers, as seen below, indicate that 1,637 ICU beds and 4,606 ventilators are available throughout the state.

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Statistics from the World Health Organization and CDC provide the following breakdown of global cases from earlier today:

  • Worldwide Cases total 19,607,760 compared to 19,120,236 yesterday
  • Deaths worldwide total 725,097 compared to 713,973 yesterday
  • Number of people who have completely recovered worldwide is now 12,588,704 compared to 12,269,699 yesterday

Globally, there are 6,293,959 active cases compared to 6,136,564 active cases yesterday. The active cases are divided between 'mild condition' cases and 'serious or critical condition' cases. Mild cases are now 99 percent of the worldwide active cases.

  • Worldwide mild condition cases: 6,229,020 compared to 6,071,232 yesterday
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases: 64,939 compared to 65,332 yesterday
  • United States confirmed cases: 5,100,909 compared to 4,997,868 yesterday
  • US Deaths: 164,196 compared to 162,065 yesterday
  • Total US Recoveries: 2,618,191 compared to 2,549,791 yesterday
  • US Active cases: 2,318,522 compared to 2,286,012 yesterday
  • Mild condition: 2,300,479 (99.2%) compared to 2,267,573 (99.2%) yesterday
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases: 18,043 compared to 18,439 yesterday

Statewide, there were 1,382 new cases which is lower than the last two days. Illinois now has 194,080 positive tests and 7,636 deaths.

DuPage County had 88 new cases of COVID-19 with one death, a female in her 50s. DuPage has reported 12,229 cases with 519 deaths. Kane County, which is the other county in our region, reported 71 new cases and three deaths and now has 9,755 cases and 305 deaths.

Positivity Rate, Hospital Admissions, and Medical Bed and ICU Bed Availability metrics remain statistically stable.

Region 8 positivity rate as shown below, has been steady. The positivity rate decreased slightly to 4.4% on the 7-day rolling average. Daily hospital admissions increased from 11 to 12 on the 7-day rolling average.

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The third metric being reviewed is medical and surgical bed availability. The target is to have at least 20 percent of the medical and surgical beds available. Currently, Region 8 has 34 percent of its hospital beds available and 47 percent of its ICU beds available.

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If Region 8 ICU beds and ventilators were unavailable, other regions would be used to care for sick patients. As such, the Illinois Department of Public Health makes us aware of the hospital and surgical bed availability throughout the state. Those numbers, as seen below, indicate that 1,659 ICU beds and 4,476 ventilators are available throughout the state.

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Statistics from the World Health Organization and CDC provide the following breakdown of global cases from earlier today:

  • Worldwide Cases total 19,920,645 compared to 19,607,760 yesterday
  • Deaths worldwide total 731,729 compared to 725,097 yesterday
  • Number of people who have completely recovered worldwide is now 12,802,584 compared to 12,588,704 yesterday

Globally, there are 6,386,332 active cases compared to 6,293,959 active cases yesterday. The active cases are divided between 'mild condition' cases and 'serious or critical condition' cases. Mild cases are now 99 percent of the worldwide active cases.

  • Worldwide mild condition cases: 6,321,358 compared to 6,229,020 yesterday
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases: 64,974 compared to 64,939 yesterday
  • United States confirmed cases: 5,166,319 compared to 5,100,909 yesterday
  • US Deaths: 165,269 compared to 164,196 yesterday
  • Total US Recoveries: 2,640,081 compared to 2,618,191 yesterday
  • US Active cases: 2,360,969 compared to 2,318,522 yesterday
  • Mild condition: 2,342,954(99.2%) compared to 2,267,573 (99.2%) yesterday
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases: 18,015 compared to 18,043 yesterday

Statewide, there were 1,319 new cases and 1 death today. Illinois now has 195,399 positive tests and 7,637 deaths.

DuPage County had 56 new cases of COVID-19 with no deaths. DuPage has reported 12,285 cases with 519 deaths. Kane County, which is the other county in our region, reported 59 new cases and one death and now has 9,814 cases and 305 deaths.

The graph below shows the breakdown of total cases by age. 284 cases have been reported for individuals nine years of age or younger. The number increases to 963 between the ages of 10 to 19. Another increase occurs for the age group of 20 to 29 with 2,200 cases for DuPage residents being reported. We see a slight dip to 1,800 residents for the 30 to 39-year-old age group before a rise. There are 1,900 cases for the 40 to 49 age group and 2,000 cases for the next ten years up to 59 years old. The number of cases begin a steep drop for the next two groups with the 60 to 69-year-old group recording 1,400 cases and the 70 to 79 year old age group having 780 cases. The 80 and over age group has 918 cases.

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As we have reported in previous weeks, the graph on cases and deaths do differ with older residents' cases resulting in the great majority of deaths. None of the cases under 20 years old have resulted in death and only one case in the 20 to 29-year-old group has ended in death. The chart below shows a steady increase for deaths for each age group with 5 deaths in the 30s, 10 deaths in the 40s, 20 deaths in the 50s, 59 deaths in the 60s, 122 deaths in the 70s and 302 deaths for residents 80 or older.

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Positivity Rate, Hospital Admissions, and Medical Bed and ICU Bed Availability metrics remain statistically stable.

Region 8 positivity rate as shown below, has been steady. The positivity rate increased slightly to 4.6% from 4.4% on the 7-day rolling average. Daily hospital admissions remained at 12 on the 7-day rolling average.

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The third metric being reviewed is medical and surgical bed availability. The target is to have at least 20 percent of the medical and surgical beds available. Currently, Region 8 has 35 percent of its hospital beds available and 49 percent of its ICU beds available.

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If Region 8 ICU beds and ventilators were unavailable, other regions would be used to care for sick patients. As such, the Illinois Department of Public Health makes us aware of the hospital and surgical bed availability throughout the state. Those numbers indicate that 1,736 ICU beds and 4,458 ventilators are available throughout the state.

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Statistics from the World Health Organization and CDC provide the following breakdown of global cases from earlier today:

  • Worldwide Cases total 20,123,933 compared to 19,920,645 yesterday
  • Deaths worldwide total 735,722 compared to 731,729 yesterday
  • Number of people who have completely recovered worldwide is now 12,969,895 compared to 12,802,584 yesterday

Globally, there are 6,418,316 active cases compared to 6,386,332 active cases yesterday. The active cases are divided between 'mild condition' cases and 'serious or critical condition' cases. Mild cases are now 99 percent of the worldwide active cases.

  • Worldwide mild condition cases: 6,353,549 compared to 6,321,358 yesterday
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases: 64,767 compared to 64,974 yesterday
  • United States confirmed cases: 5,215,826 compared to 5,166,319 yesterday
  • US Deaths: 165,807 compared to 165,269 yesterday
  • Total US Recoveries: 2,667,704 compared to 2,640,081 yesterday
  • US Active cases: 2,382,315 compared to 2,360,969 yesterday
  • Mild condition: 2,364,501(99.3%) compared to 2,342,954 (99.2%) yesterday
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases: 17,814 compared to 18,015 yesterday

Statewide, there were 1,549 new cases and 20 deaths today. Illinois now has 196,948 positive tests and 7,657 deaths.

DuPage County had 128 new cases of COVID-19 with one death, a male in his 90s. DuPage has reported 12,413 cases with 520 deaths. Kane County, which is the other county in our region, reported 61 new cases and no deaths and now has 9,875 cases and 305 deaths.

The COVID Testing center at the DuPage Fairgrounds had a record day with 611 samples collected. As you can imagine, wait times were longer ranging from 53 minutes to 2 hours and 11 minutes.

Positivity Rate, Hospital Admissions, and Medical Bed and ICU Bed Availability metrics remain statistically stable.

Region 8 positivity rate as shown below, has been steady. The positivity rate remained at 4.6% on the 7-day rolling average. Daily hospital admissions remained at 12, for the third straight day, on the 7-day rolling average.

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The third metric being reviewed is medical and surgical bed availability. The target is to have at least 20 percent of the medical and surgical beds available. Currently, Region 8 has 36 percent of its hospital beds available and 49 percent of its ICU beds available.

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Positivity Rate, Hospital Admissions, and Medical Bed and ICU Bed Availability metrics remain statistically stable.

If Region 8 ICU beds and ventilators were unavailable, other regions would be used to care for sick patients. As such, the Illinois Department of Public Health makes us aware of the hospital and surgical bed availability throughout the state. Those numbers, as seen below, indicate that 1,760 ICU beds and 4,468 ventilators are available throughout the state.

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Statistics from the World Health Organization and CDC provide the following breakdown of global cases from earlier today:

  • Worldwide Cases total 20,328,945 compared to 20,123,933 yesterday
  • Deaths worldwide total 740,747 compared to 735,722 yesterday
  • Number of people who have completely recovered worldwide is now 13,245,765 compared to 12,969,895 yesterday

Globally, there are 6,342,420 active cases compared to 6,418,316 active cases yesterday. The active cases are divided between 'mild condition' cases and 'serious or critical condition' cases. Mild cases are now 99 percent of the worldwide active cases.

  • Worldwide mild condition cases: 6,277,770 compared to 6,353,549 yesterday
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases: 64,650 compared to 64,767 yesterday
  • United States confirmed cases: 5,262,907 compared to 5,215,826 yesterday
  • US Deaths: 166,682 compared to 165,807 yesterday
  • Total US Recoveries: 2,717,642 compared to 2,667,704 yesterday
  • US Active cases: 2,378,583 compared to 2,382,315 yesterday
  • Mild condition: 2,360,992 (99.3%) compared to 2,364,501 (99.3%) yesterday
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases: 17,591 compared to 17,814 yesterday

The State reported 1,645 new cases and 15 deaths today. Illinois now has 198,593 positive tests and 7,672 deaths.

DuPage County had 77 new cases of COVID-19 with one death, a male in his 60s. DuPage has reported 12,490 cases with 521 deaths. Kane County, which is the other county in our region, reported 58 new cases and no deaths and now has 9,933 cases and 305 deaths.

The COVID testing center at the DuPage County Fairgrounds had a less crowded day today with 439 samples collected. The wait time varied from no wait to 63 minutes.

Positivity Rate, Hospital Admissions, and Medical Bed and ICU Bed Availability metrics remain statistically stable.

Region 8 positivity rate as shown below, has been steady. The positivity rate increased from 4.6% to 4.8% on the 7-day rolling average. Daily hospital admissions remained at 12, for the fourth straight day, on the 7-day rolling average.

The third metric being reviewed is medical and surgical bed availability. The target is to have at least 20 percent of the medical and surgical beds available. Currently, Region 8 has 34 percent of its hospital beds available and 49 percent of its ICU beds available.

If Region 8 ICU beds and ventilators were unavailable, other regions would be used to care for sick patients. As such, the Illinois Department of Public Health makes us aware of the hospital and surgical bed availability throughout the state. Those numbers, as seen below, indicate that 1,621 ICU beds and 4,560 ventilators are available throughout the state.

Statistics from the World Health Organization and CDC provide the following breakdown of global cases from earlier today:

  • Worldwide Cases total 20,675,723 compared to 20,328,945 yesterday
  • Deaths worldwide total 749,061 compared to 740,747 yesterday
  • Number of people who have completely recovered worldwide is now 13,568,049 compared to 13,245,765 yesterday

Globally, there are 6,358,623 active cases compared to 6,342,420 active cases yesterday. The active cases are divided between 'mild condition' cases and 'serious or critical condition' cases. Mild cases are now 99 percent of the worldwide active cases.

  • Worldwide mild condition cases: 6,293,969 compared to 6,277,770 yesterday
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases: 64,654 compared to 64,650 yesterday
  • United States confirmed cases: 5,331,202 compared to 5,262,907 yesterday
  • US Deaths: 168,430 compared to 166,682 yesterday
  • Total US Recoveries: 2,730,741 compared to 2,717,642 yesterday
  • US Active cases: 2,382,031 compared to 2,378,583 yesterday
  • Mild condition: 2,364,680(99.3%) compared to 2,360,992 (99.3%) yesterday
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases: 17,351 compared to 17,591 yesterday

Statewide, there were 1,834 new cases and 24 deaths today. Illinois now has 200,427 positive tests and 7,696 deaths.

DuPage County had 99 new cases of COVID-19 with no deaths. DuPage has reported 12,589 cases with 521 deaths. Kane County, which is the other county in our region, reported 79 new cases and no deaths and now has 10,012 cases and 305 deaths.

The COVID testing center at the DuPage County Fairgrounds had a less crowded day today with 439 samples collected. The wait time varied from no wait to 63 minutes.

Positivity Rate, Hospital Admissions, and Medical Bed and ICU Bed Availability metrics remain statistically stable.

Region 8 positivity rate as shown below, has been steady. The positivity rate increased again from 4.8% to 4.9% on the 7-day rolling average. Daily hospital admissions, however, declined from 12 to 11 on the 7-day rolling average.

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The third metric being reviewed is medical and surgical bed availability. The target is to have at least 20 percent of the medical and surgical beds available. Currently, Region 8 has 31 percent of its hospital beds available and 46 percent of its ICU beds available.

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If Region 8 ICU beds and ventilators were unavailable, other regions would be used to care for sick patients. As such, the Illinois Department of Public Health makes us aware of the hospital and surgical bed availability throughout the state. Those numbers, as seen below, indicate that 1,568 ICU beds and 4,506 ventilators are available throughout the state.

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Statistics from the World Health Organization and CDC provide the following breakdown of global cases from earlier today:

  • Worldwide Cases total 20,937,618 compared to 20,675,723 yesterday
  • Deaths worldwide total 749,802 compared to 749,061 yesterday
  • Number of people who have completely recovered worldwide is now 13,800,921 compared to 13,568,049 yesterday

Globally, there are 6,386,895 active cases compared to 6,358,623 active cases yesterday. The active cases are divided between 'mild condition' cases and 'serious or critical condition' cases. Mild cases are now 99 percent of the worldwide active cases.

  • Worldwide mild condition cases: 6,322,291 compared to 6,293,969 yesterday
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases: 64,604 compared to 64,654 yesterday
  • United States confirmed cases: 5,377,922 compared to 5,331,202 yesterday
  • US Deaths: 169,488 compared to 168,430 yesterday
  • Total US Recoveries: 2,815,692 compared to 2,730,741 yesterday
  • US Active cases: 2,392,742 compared to 2,382,031 yesterday
  • Mild condition: 2,375,392 (99.3%) compared to 2,364,680 (99.3%) yesterday
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases: 17,350 compared to 17,351 yesterday

Statewide, there were 1,828 new cases and 5 deaths today. Illinois now has 204,519 positive tests and 7,726 deaths.

DuPage County had 146 new cases of COVID-19 with one death, a male in his 50s. DuPage has reported 12,807 cases with 524 deaths. Kane County, which is the other county in our region, reported 71 new cases and no deaths and now has 10,169 cases and 305 deaths.

Today, the COVID testing center at the DuPage County Fairgrounds had 409 samples collected. The wait time varied between 16 and 75 minutes.

Positivity Rate, Hospital Admissions, and Medical Bed and ICU Bed Availability metrics remain statistically stable.

Region 8 positivity rate as shown below, has been steady. The positivity rate remained at 4.9% on the 7-day rolling average. Daily hospital admissions, however, increased from 10 to 12 on the 7-day rolling average.

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The third metric being reviewed is medical and surgical bed availability. The target is to have at least 20 percent of the medical and surgical beds available. Currently, Region 8 has 31 percent of its hospital beds available and 44 percent of its ICU beds available.

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If Region 8 ICU beds and ventilators were unavailable, other regions would be used to care for sick patients. As such, the Illinois Department of Public Health makes us aware of the hospital and surgical bed availability throughout the state. Those numbers, as seen below, indicate that 1,572 ICU beds and 4,457 ventilators are available throughout the state.

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Statistics from the World Health Organization and CDC provide the following breakdown of global cases from earlier today:

  • Worldwide Cases total 21,521,543 compared to 21,204,005 yesterday
  • Deaths worldwide total 766,645 compared to 759,775 yesterday
  • Number of people who have completely recovered worldwide is now 14,268,908 compared to 14,026,886 yesterday

Globally, there are 6,485,990 active cases compared to 6,417,344 active cases yesterday. The active cases are divided between 'mild condition' cases and 'serious or critical condition' cases. Mild cases are now 99 percent of the worldwide active cases.

  • Worldwide mild condition cases: 6,421,542 compared to 6,352,795 yesterday
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases: 64,448 compared to 64,549 yesterday
  • United States confirmed cases: 5,519,376 compared to 5,436,490 yesterday
  • US Deaths: 172,431 compared to 170,859 yesterday
  • Total US Recoveries:2,892,575 compared to 2,847,240 yesterday
  • US Active cases: 2,454,370 compared to 2,418,391 yesterday
  • Mild condition: 2,437,186 (99.3%) compared to 2,401,161 (99.3%) yesterday
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases: 17,184 compared to 17,220 yesterday

Statewide, there were 1,562 new cases and 18 deaths today. Illinois now has 206,081 positive tests and 7,744 deaths.

DuPage County had 73 new cases of COVID-19 with no deaths in the last 24 hours. DuPage has reported 12,880 cases with 524 deaths. Kane County, which is the other county in our region, reported 127 new cases and no deaths and now has 10,296 cases and 305 deaths.

Positivity Rate, Hospital Admissions, and Medical Bed and ICU Bed Availability metrics remain statistically stable.

Region 8 positivity rate as shown below, has been steady. The positivity rate remained at 4.9% on the 7-day rolling average. Daily hospital admissions, however, decreased to 11 from 12 on the 7-day rolling average.

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The third metric being reviewed is medical and surgical bed availability. The target is to have at least 20 percent of the medical and surgical beds available. Currently, Region 8 has 33 percent of its hospital beds available and 46 percent of its ICU beds available.

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If Region 8 ICU beds and ventilators were unavailable, other regions would be used to care for sick patients. As such, the Illinois Department of Public Health makes us aware of the hospital and surgical bed availability throughout the state. Those numbers, as seen below, indicate that 1,660 ICU beds and 4,637 ventilators are available throughout the state.

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Statistics from the World Health Organization and CDC provide the following breakdown of global cases from earlier today:

  • Worldwide Cases total 21,777,473 compared to 21,521,543 yesterday
  • Deaths worldwide total 771,925 compared to 766,645 yesterday
  • Number of people who have completely recovered worldwide is now 14,516,611 compared to 14,268,908 yesterday

Globally, there are 6,488,937 active cases compared to 6,485,990 active cases yesterday. The active cases are divided between 'mild condition' cases and 'serious or critical condition' cases. Mild cases are now 99 percent of the worldwide active cases.

  • Worldwide mild condition cases: 6,424,450 compared to 6,421,542 yesterday
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases: 64,487 compared to 64,448 yesterday
  • United States confirmed cases: 5,559,608 compared to 5,519,376 yesterday
  • US Deaths: 172,984 compared to 172,431 yesterday
  • Total US Recoveries:2,911,641 compared to 2,892,575 yesterday
  • US Active cases: 2,474,983 compared to 2,454,370 yesterday
  • Mild condition: 2,457,754 (99.3%) compared to 2,437,186 (99.3%) yesterday
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases: 17,229 compared to 17,184 yesterday

Statewide, there were 1,773 new cases and 12 deaths today. Illinois now has 207,854 positive tests and 7,756 deaths.

DuPage County had 132 new cases of COVID-19 with one death, a female in her 90s, in the last 24 hours. DuPage has reported 13,012 cases with 525 deaths. Kane County, which is the other county in our region, reported 145 new cases in the last 48 hours and no deaths and now has 10,314 cases and 305 deaths.

Positivity Rate, Hospital Admissions, and Medical Bed and ICU Bed Availability metrics remain statistically stable.

Region 8 positivity rate as shown below, has been steady. The positivity rate decreased from 4.9% to 4.8% on the 7-day rolling average. Daily hospital admissions remained at 11 on the 7-day rolling average.

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The third metric being reviewed is medical and surgical bed availability. The target is to have at least 20 percent of the medical and surgical beds available. Currently, Region 8 has 34 percent of its hospital beds available and 47 percent of its ICU beds available.

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If Region 8 ICU beds and ventilators were unavailable, other regions would be used to care for sick patients. As such, the Illinois Department of Public Health makes us aware of the hospital and surgical bed availability throughout the state. Those numbers, as seen below, indicate that 1,721 ICU beds and 4,567 ventilators are available throughout the state.

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Statistics from the World Health Organization and CDC provide the following breakdown of global cases from earlier today:

  • Worldwide Cases total 21,915,009 compared to 21,777,473 yesterday
  • Deaths worldwide total 774,756 compared to 771,925 yesterday
  • Number of people who have completely recovered worldwide is now 14,639,939 compared to 14,516,611 yesterday

Globally, there are 6,500,314 active cases compared to 6,488,937 active cases yesterday. The active cases are divided between 'mild condition' cases and 'serious or critical condition' cases. Mild cases are now 99 percent of the worldwide active cases.

  • Worldwide mild condition cases: 6,436,085 compared to 6,424,450 yesterday
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases: 64,229 compared to 64,487 yesterday
  • United States confirmed cases: 5,575,121 compared to 5,559,608 yesterday
  • US Deaths: 173,198 compared to 172,984 yesterday
  • Total US Recoveries:2,925,895 compared to 2,911,641 yesterday
  • US Active cases: 2,476,028 compared to 2,474,983 yesterday
  • Mild condition: 2,458,791 (99.3%) compared to 2,457,754 (99.3%) yesterday
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases: 17,237 compared to 17,229 yesterday

Statewide, there were 1,740 new cases and 26 deaths today. Illinois now has 209,594 positive tests and 7,782 deaths. The DuPage Fairgrounds COVID 19 testing site had 603 samples collected today. The wait time varied between 34 minutes and 125 minutes.

DuPage County had 123 new cases of COVID-19 with no deaths. DuPage has reported 13,135 cases with 525 deaths. Kane County, which is the other county in our region, reported 52 new cases and no deaths and now has 10,366 cases and 305 deaths.

Positivity Rate, Hospital Admissions, and Medical Bed and ICU Bed Availability metrics remain statistically stable.

Region 8 positivity rate as shown below, has been steady. The positivity rate remained at 4.8% on the 7-day rolling average. Daily hospital admissions remained at 11 on the 7-day rolling average.

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The third metric being reviewed is medical and surgical bed availability. The target is to have at least 20 percent of the medical and surgical beds available. Currently, Region 8 has 36 percent of its hospital beds available and 47 percent of its ICU beds available.

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If Region 8 ICU beds and ventilators were unavailable, other regions would be used to care for sick patients. As such, the Illinois Department of Public Health makes us aware of the hospital and surgical bed availability throughout the state. Those numbers, as seen below, indicate that 1,748 ICU beds and 4,580 ventilators are available throughout the state.

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Statistics from the World Health Organization and CDC provide the following breakdown of global cases from earlier today:

  • Worldwide Cases total 22,168,643 compared to 21,915,009 yesterday
  • Deaths worldwide total 779,897 compared to 774,756 yesterday
  • Number of people who have completely recovered worldwide is now 14,893,846 compared to 14,639,939 yesterday

Globally, there are 6,494,740 active cases compared to 6,500,314 active cases yesterday. The active cases are divided between 'mild condition' cases and 'serious or critical condition' cases. Mild cases are now 99 percent of the worldwide active cases.

  • Worldwide mild condition cases: 6,432,740 compared to 6,436,085 yesterday
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases: 62,160 compared to 64,229 yesterday
  • United States confirmed cases: 5,642,297 compared to 5,575,121 yesterday
  • US Deaths: 174,160 compared to 173,198 yesterday
  • Total US Recoveries: 2,915,698 compared to 2,925,895 yesterday
  • US Active cases: 2,474,439 compared to 2,476,028 yesterday
  • Mild condition: 2,457,148 (99.3%) compared to 2,458,791 (99.3%) yesterday
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases: 17,291 compared to 17,237 yesterday

Statewide, there were 2,295 new cases today. Illinois now has 211,889 positive tests and 7,806 deaths. Testing at the DuPage Fairgrounds COVID 19 had 428 samples taken in today. The wait time varied between 8 minutes and 37 minutes.

DuPage County had 139 new cases of COVID-19 with two deaths, a female in her 70s and a male in his 80s. DuPage has reported 13,274 cases with 527 deaths. Kane County, which is the other county in our region, reported 92 new cases and one death and now has 10,458 cases and 306 deaths.

For DuPage cases, we update the numbers by age group on a weekly basis. We do the same for deaths by age groups. We have included two graphs with those numbers and provided the following chart with numbers updated as of August 18th.

Age Group Cases Deaths
0-9 313 0
10-19 1,001 0
20-29 2,402 1
30-39 1,983 5
40-49 1,995 10
50-59 2,071 21
60-69 1,499 60
70-79 822 122
80 or over 948 306

First, here are the cases by age group followed by a look at the deaths.

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Positivity Rate, Hospital Admissions, and Medical Bed and ICU Bed Availability metrics remain statistically stable for Region 8.

Region 8 positivity rate as shown below, has been steady. The positivity rate increased from 4.8% to 5.1% on the 7-day rolling average. Daily hospital admissions remained at 11 on the 7-day rolling average.

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The third metric being reviewed is medical and surgical bed availability. The target is to have at least 20 percent of the medical and surgical beds available. Currently, Region 8 has 34 percent of its hospital beds available and 45 percent of its ICU beds available.

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If Region 8 ICU beds and ventilators were unavailable, other regions would be used to care for sick patients. As such, the Illinois Department of Public Health makes us aware of the hospital and surgical bed availability throughout the state. Those numbers, as seen below, indicate that 1,550 ICU beds and 4,526 ventilators are available throughout the state.

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Statistics from the World Health Organization and CDC provide the following breakdown of global cases from earlier today:

  • Worldwide Cases total 22,418,129 compared to 22,168,643 yesterday
  • Deaths worldwide total 786,669 compared to 779,897 yesterday
  • Number of people who have completely recovered worldwide is now 15,132,338 compared to 14,893,846 yesterday

Globally, there are 6,499,122 active cases compared to 6,494,740 active cases yesterday. The active cases are divided between 'mild condition' cases and 'serious or critical condition' cases. Mild cases are now 99 percent of the worldwide active cases.

  • Worldwide mild condition cases: 6,437,054 compared to 6,432,740 yesterday
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases: 62,068 compared to 62,160 yesterday
  • United States confirmed cases: 5,666,985 compared to 5,642,297 yesterday
  • US Deaths: 175,490 compared to 174,160 yesterday
  • Total US Recoveries: 3,013,595 compared to 2,915,698 yesterday
  • US Active cases: 2,477,900 compared to 2,474,439 yesterday
  • Mild condition: 2,460,915 (99.3%) compared to 2,457,148 (99.3%) yesterday
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases: 16,985 compared to 17,291 yesterday

Statewide, there were 1,832 new cases and 27 deaths today. Illinois now has 213,721 positive tests and 7,833 deaths. Testing at the DuPage Fairgrounds COVID 19 had 393 samples taken in today. The wait time varied between 10 and 40 minutes.

DuPage County had 101 new cases of COVID-19 with no deaths. DuPage has reported 13,375 cases with 527 deaths. Kane County, which is the other county in our region, reported 31 new cases and one death and now has 10,489 cases and 306 deaths.

Positivity Rate, Hospital Admissions, and Medical Bed and ICU Bed Availability metrics remain statistically stable for Region 8.

Region 8 positivity rate as shown below, has been steady. The positivity rate increased from 5.1% to 5.2% on the 7-day rolling average. Daily hospital admissions remained at 11 on the 7-day rolling average.

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The third metric being reviewed is medical and surgical bed availability. The target is to have at least 20 percent of the medical and surgical beds available. Currently, Region 8 has 31 percent of its hospital beds available and 43 percent of its ICU beds available.

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If Region 8 ICU beds and ventilators were unavailable, other regions would be used to care for sick patients. As such, the Illinois Department of Public Health makes us aware of the hospital and surgical bed availability throughout the state. Those numbers, as seen below, indicate that 1,558 ICU beds and 4,633 ventilators are available throughout the state.

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Statistics from the World Health Organization and CDC provide the following breakdown of global cases from earlier today:

  • Worldwide Cases total 22,728,240 compared to 22,418,129 yesterday
  • Deaths worldwide total 793,808 compared to 786,669 yesterday
  • Number of people who have completely recovered worldwide is now 15,407,159 compared to 15,132,338 yesterday

Globally, there are 6,527,280 active cases compared to 6,499,122 active cases yesterday. The active cases are divided between 'mild condition' cases and 'serious or critical condition' cases. Mild cases are now 99 percent of the worldwide active cases.

  • Worldwide mild condition cases: 6,465,370 compared to 6,437,054 yesterday
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases: 61,910 compared to 62,068 yesterday
  • United States confirmed cases: 5,717,82 compared to 5,666,985 yesterday
  • US Deaths: 176,722 compared to 175,490 yesterday
  • Total US Recoveries: 3,064,631 compared to 3,013,595 yesterday
  • US Active cases: 2,476,472 compared to 2,477,900 yesterday
  • Mild condition: 2,459,588 (99.3%) compared to 2,460,915 (99.3%) yesterday
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases: 16,884 compared to 16,985 yesterday

Statewide, there were 2,208 new cases and 24 deaths today. Illinois now has 215,929 positive tests and 7,857 deaths. Testing at the DuPage Fairgrounds COVID 19 had 494 samples taken in today. The wait time varied between 9 and 34 minutes.

DuPage County had 124 new cases of COVID-19 with two deaths, 1 male in his 50s and 1 male 70s. DuPage has reported 13,499 cases with 527 deaths. Kane County, which is the other county in our region, reported 184 new cases and one death and now has 10,673 cases and 307 deaths.

Positivity Rate, Hospital Admissions, and Medical Bed and ICU Bed Availability metrics remain statistically stable for Region 8.

Region 8 positivity rate as shown below, has been steady. The positivity rate remained at 5.2% on the 7-day rolling average. Daily hospital admissions increased by one to 12 on the 7-day rolling average.

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The third metric being reviewed is medical and surgical bed availability. The target is to have at least 20 percent of the medical and surgical beds available. Currently, Region 8 has 28 percent of its hospital beds available and 41 percent of its ICU beds available.

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If Region 8 ICU beds and ventilators were unavailable, other regions would be used to care for sick patients. As such, the Illinois Department of Public Health makes us aware of the hospital and surgical bed availability throughout the state. Those numbers, as seen below, indicate that 1,520 ICU beds and 4,528 ventilators are available throughout the state.

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Statistics from the World Health Organization and CDC provide the following breakdown of global cases from earlier today:

  • Worldwide Cases total 23,066,974 compared to 22,728,240 yesterday
  • Deaths worldwide total 801,928 compared to 793,808 yesterday
  • Number of people who have completely recovered worldwide is now 15,652,300 compared to 15,407,159 yesterday

Globally, there are 6,612,780 active cases compared to 6,527,280 active cases yesterday. The active cases are divided between 'mild condition' cases and 'serious or critical condition' cases. Mild cases are now 99 percent of the worldwide active cases.

  • Worldwide mild condition cases: 6,550,955 compared to 6,465,370 yesterday
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases: 61,825, compared to 61,910 yesterday
  • United States confirmed cases: 5,790,442 compared to 5,717,82 yesterday
  • US Deaths: 179,028 compared to 176,722 yesterday
  • Total US Recoveries: 3,115,559 compared to 3,064,631 yesterday
  • US Active cases: 2,495,855 compared to 2,476,472 yesterday
  • Mild condition: 2,479,022(99.3%) compared to 2,459,588 yesterday
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases: 16,833 compared to 16,884 yesterday

Statewide, there were 2,356 new cases and 17 deaths today. Illinois now has 218,285 positive tests and 7,874 deaths. Testing at the DuPage Fairgrounds COVID-19 had 413 samples taken in today. The wait time varied between 31 and 59 minutes.

DuPage County had 160 new cases of COVID-19 with no deaths. DuPage has reported 13,659 cases with 529 deaths. Kane County, which is the other county in our region, reported 29 new cases and no deaths and now has 10,702 cases and 307 deaths.

Positivity Rate, Hospital Admissions, and Medical Bed and ICU Bed Availability metrics remain statistically stable for Region 8.

Region 8 positivity rate as shown below, has been steady. The positivity rate increased from 5.2% to 5.4% on the 7-day rolling average. Daily hospital admissions remained at 12 on the 7-day rolling average.

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The third metric being reviewed is medical and surgical bed availability. The target is to have at least 20 percent of the medical and surgical beds available. Currently, Region 8 has 28 percent of its hospital beds available and 43 percent of its ICU beds available.

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If Region 8 ICU beds and ventilators were unavailable, other regions would be used to care for sick patients. As such, the Illinois Department of Public Health makes us aware of the hospital and surgical bed availability throughout the state. Those numbers, as seen below, indicate that 1,633 ICU beds and 4,508 ventilators are available throughout the state.

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Statistics from the World Health Organization and CDC provide the following breakdown of global cases from earlier today:

  • Worldwide Cases total 23,066,974 compared to 22,728,240 yesterday
  • Deaths worldwide total 801,928 compared to 793,808 yesterday
  • Number of people who have completely recovered worldwide is now 15,652,300 compared to 15,407,159 yesterday

Globally, there are 6,612,780 active cases compared to 6,527,280 active cases yesterday. The active cases are divided between 'mild condition' cases and 'serious or critical condition' cases. Mild cases are now 99 percent of the worldwide active cases.

  • Worldwide mild condition cases: 6,550,955 compared to 6,465,370 yesterday
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases: 61,825, compared to 61,910 yesterday
  • United States confirmed cases: 5,790,442 compared to 5,717,82 yesterday
  • US Deaths: 179,028 compared to 176,722 yesterday
  • Total US Recoveries: 3,115,559 compared to 3,064,631 yesterday
  • US Active cases: 2,495,855 compared to 2,476,472 yesterday
  • Mild condition: 2,479,022(99.3%) compared to 2,459,588 yesterday
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases: 16,833 compared to 16,884 yesterday

Statewide, there were 1,893 new cases and 6 deaths today. Illinois now has 220,178 positive tests and 7,880 deaths.

DuPage County had 106 new cases of COVID-19 with no deaths. DuPage has reported 13,765 cases with 529 deaths. Kane County, which is the other county in our region, reported 112 new cases and one death and now has 10,814 cases and 308 deaths.

Positivity Rate, Hospital Admissions, and Medical Bed and ICU Bed Availability metrics remain statistically stable for Region 8.

Region 8 positivity rate as shown below, has been steady. The positivity rate increased to 5.5% from 5.4% on the 7-day rolling average. Daily hospital admissions decreased from 12 to 11 on the 7-day rolling average.

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The third metric being reviewed is medical and surgical bed availability. The target is to have at least 20 percent of the medical and surgical beds available. Currently, Region 8 has 30 percent of its hospital beds available and 46 percent of its ICU beds available.

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If Region 8 ICU beds and ventilators were unavailable, other regions would be used to care for sick patients. As such, the Illinois Department of Public Health makes us aware of the hospital and surgical bed availability throughout the state. Those numbers, as seen below, indicate that 1,660 ICU beds and 4,545 ventilators are available throughout the state.

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Statistics from the World Health Organization and CDC provide the following breakdown of global cases from earlier today:

  • Worldwide Cases total 23,509,853 compared to 23,275,439 yesterday
  • Deaths worldwide total 810,879 compared to 806,001 yesterday
  • Number of people who have completely recovered worldwide is now 16,027,151 compared to 15,818,382 yesterday

Globally, there are 6,671,823 active cases compared to 6,651,056 active cases yesterday. The active cases are divided between 'mild condition' cases and 'serious or critical condition' cases. Mild cases are now 99 percent of the worldwide active cases.

  • Worldwide mild condition cases: 6,610,165 compared to 6,589,273 yesterday
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases: 61,658 compared to 61,783 yesterday
  • United States confirmed cases: 5,856,346 compared to 5,823,419 yesterday
  • US Deaths: 181,386 compared to 179,734 yesterday
  • Total US Recoveries: 3,152,100 compared to 3,134,014 yesterday
  • US Active cases: 2,523,860 compared to 2,509,671 yesterday
  • Mild condition: 2,507,131 (99.3%) compared to 2,492,886 yesterday
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases: 16,729 compared to 16,785 yesterday

Statewide, there were 1,612 new cases and 8 deaths today. Illinois now has 221,790 positive tests and 7,888 deaths.

DuPage County once again had 106 new cases of COVID-19 with no deaths. DuPage has reported 13,871 cases with 529 deaths.

Positivity Rate, Hospital Admissions, and Medical Bed and ICU Bed Availability metrics remain statistically stable for Region 8, which consists of DuPage County and Kane County.

Region 8 positivity rate as shown below, has been steady. The positivity rate increased to 5.8% from 5.5% on the 7-day rolling average. Daily hospital admissions remained at 11 on the 7-day rolling average.

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The third metric being reviewed is medical and surgical bed availability. The target is to have at least 20 percent of the medical and surgical beds available. Currently, Region 8 has 33 percent of its hospital beds available and 50 percent of its ICU beds available.

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If Region 8 ICU beds and ventilators were unavailable, other regions would be used to care for sick patients. As such, the Illinois Department of Public Health makes us aware of the hospital and surgical bed availability throughout the state. Those numbers, as seen below, indicate that 1,728 ICU beds and 4,572 ventilators are available throughout the state.

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Statistics from the World Health Organization and CDC provide the following breakdown of global cases from earlier today:

  • Worldwide Cases total 23,688,377 compared to 23,509,853 yesterday
  • Deaths worldwide total 814,284 compared to 810,879 yesterday
  • Number of people who have completely recovered worldwide is now 16,142,057 compared to 16,027,151 yesterday

Globally, there are 6,732,036 active cases compared to 6,671,823 active cases yesterday. The active cases are divided between 'mild condition' cases and 'serious or critical condition' cases. Mild cases are now 99 percent of the worldwide active cases.

  • Worldwide mild condition cases: 6,670,322 compared to 6,610,165 yesterday
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases: 61,714 compared to 61,658 yesterday
  • United States confirmed cases: 5,890,706 compared to 5,856,346 yesterday
  • US Deaths: 182,188 compared to 181,386 yesterday
  • Total US Recoveries: 3,170,063 compared to 3,152,100 yesterday
  • US Active cases: 2,539,878 compared to 2,523,860 yesterday
  • Mild condition: 2,523,159 (99.3%) compared to 2,507,131 yesterday
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases: 16,719 compared to 16,729 yesterday

Statewide, there were 1,680 new cases and 29 deaths today. Illinois now has 223,470 positive tests and 7,917 deaths.

DuPage County had 96 new cases of COVID-19 with two deaths, a male in his 70s and female in her 80s. DuPage has reported 13,967 cases with 531 deaths. The COVID-19 testing site at the DuPage County Fairgrounds collected 455 samples today. The waiting time varied between 37 minutes and 75 minutes.

On our website, we provided updated information for the public. One statistic is the hospital admission data, which can be viewed on a cumulative basis and a daily 7 day rolling average.

Below, you can see the graph that shows the seven day daily average admissions, which as of this morning was only 1.6 people. The yellow on the graph shows the actual admissions in a day. For instance, yesterday had one admission whereas April 27th, our highest daily amount of admissions, was 35 individuals. Cumulatively, there have been 2,000 DuPage residents hospitalized during this pandemic for COVID 19. On our dashboard, you can select the city to find statistics for certain municipalities. Likewise, the date selector, would give you numbers within a different period of time.

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Positivity Rate, Hospital Admissions, and Medical Bed and ICU Bed Availability metrics remain statistically stable for Region 8, which consists of DuPage County and Kane County.

Kane County has a total of 10,683 cases and 308 deaths. Region 8 positivity rate as shown below, has been steady. The positivity rate decreased from 5.8% to 5.7% on the 7-day rolling average. Daily hospital admissions remained at 11 on the 7-day rolling average.

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The third metric being reviewed is medical and surgical bed availability. The target is to have at least 20 percent of the medical and surgical beds available. Currently, Region 8 has 36 percent of its hospital beds available and 51 percent of its ICU beds available.

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If Region 8 ICU beds and ventilators were unavailable, other regions would be used to care for sick patients. As such, the Illinois Department of Public Health makes us aware of the hospital and surgical bed availability throughout the state. Those numbers, as seen below, indicate that 1,661 ICU beds and 4,556 ventilators are available throughout the state.

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Statistics from the World Health Organization and CDC provide the following breakdown of global cases from earlier today, with corrections to yesterday's figures:

  • Worldwide Cases total 23,966,838 compared to 23,688,377 yesterday
  • Deaths worldwide total 820,543 compared to 814,284 yesterday
  • Number of people who have completely recovered worldwide is now 16,484,151 compared to 16,142,057 yesterday

Globally, there are 6,662,144 active cases compared to 6,732,036 active cases yesterday. The active cases are divided between 'mild condition' cases and 'serious or critical condition' cases. Mild cases are now 99 percent of the worldwide active cases.

  • Worldwide mild condition cases: 6,600,463 compared to 6,670,322 yesterday
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases: 61,681 compared to 61,714 yesterday
  • United States confirmed cases: 5,941,825 compared to 5,890,706 yesterday
  • US Deaths: 181,974 compared to 182,188 yesterday
  • Total US Recoveries: 3,232,438 compared to 3,170,063 yesterday
  • US Active cases: 2,527,413 compared to 2,539,878 yesterday
  • Mild condition: 2,510,960 (99.3%) compared to 2,523,159 yesterday
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases: 16,453 compared to 16,719 yesterday

Statewide, there were 2,157 new cases and 37 deaths today. Illinois now has 225,627 positive tests and 7,954 deaths.

DuPage County had 93 new cases of COVID-19 with no deaths. DuPage has reported 14,060 cases with 531 deaths.

Positivity Rate, Hospital Admissions, and Medical Bed and ICU Bed Availability metrics remain statistically stable for Region 8, which consists of DuPage County and Kane County.

Kane County recorded 249 cases, for a total of 10,932 cases and 308 deaths. Region 8 positivity rate as shown below, has been steady. The positivity rate decreased from 5.7% to 5.6% on the 7-day rolling average. Daily hospital admissions increased from 11 to 12 on the 7-day rolling average.

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The third metric being reviewed is medical and surgical bed availability. The target is to have at least 20 percent of the medical and surgical beds available. Currently, Region 8 has 35 percent of its hospital beds available and 49 percent of its ICU beds available.

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If Region 8 ICU beds and ventilators were unavailable, other regions would be used to care for sick patients. As such, the Illinois Department of Public Health makes us aware of the hospital and surgical bed availability throughout the state. Those numbers, as seen below, indicate that 1,560 ICU beds and 4,547 ventilators are available throughout the state.

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Statistics from the World Health Organization and CDC provide the following breakdown of global cases from earlier today, with corrections to yesterday's figures:

  • Worldwide Cases total 24,176,135 compared to 23,966,838 yesterday
  • Deaths worldwide total 825,868 compared to 820,543 yesterday
  • Number of people who have completely recovered worldwide is now 16,690,023 compared to 16,484,151 yesterday

Globally, there are 6,660,244 active cases compared to 6,662,144 active cases yesterday. The active cases are divided between 'mild condition' cases and 'serious or critical condition' cases. Mild cases are now 99 percent of the worldwide active cases.

  • Worldwide mild condition cases: 6,598,447 compared to 6,600,463 yesterday
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases: 61,797 compared to 61,681 yesterday
  • United States confirmed cases: 5,967,518 compared to 5,941,825 yesterday
  • US Deaths: 182,826 compared to 181,974 yesterday
  • Total US Recoveries: 3,257,880 compared to 3,232,438 yesterday
  • US Active cases: 2,526,812 compared to 2,527,413 yesterday
  • Mild condition: 2,510,328 (99.3%) compared to 2,510,960 yesterday
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases: 16,484 compared to 16,453 yesterday

Statewide, there were 1,707 new cases and 22 deaths today. Illinois now has 227,334 positive tests and 7,977 deaths.

DuPage County had 116 new cases of COVID-19 with one death, a male in his 70s. DuPage has reported a total of 14,176 cases with 532 deaths.

The COVID-19 testing site at the DuPage County Fairgrounds collected 314 samples today. The waiting time varied between 17 minutes and 28 minutes. Beginning Monday, August 31, 2020, the DuPage County Community Based Testing Site (CBTS) will be open Monday through Friday from 7:00am to noon, or until 600 tests are completed each day. The drive-through CBTS opened June 16 on the DuPage County Complex for residents of DuPage County to be tested for COVID-19. The COVID-19 test is free, and no appointment, doctor referral, or insurance is needed.

Positivity Rate, Hospital Admissions, and Medical Bed and ICU Bed Availability metrics remain statistically stable for Region 8, which consists of DuPage County and Kane County.

Kane County recorded 75 cases and 4 deaths, for a total of 11,007 cases and 312 deaths. Region 8 positivity rate as shown below, has been steady. The positivity rate decreased from 5.6% to 5.5% on the 7-day rolling average. Daily hospital admissions remained at 12 on the 7-day rolling average.

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The third metric being reviewed is medical and surgical bed availability. The target is to have at least 20 percent of the medical and surgical beds available. Currently, Region 8 has 32 percent of its hospital beds available and 46 percent of its ICU beds available.

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If Region 8 ICU beds and ventilators were unavailable, other regions would be used to care for sick patients. As such, the Illinois Department of Public Health makes us aware of the hospital and surgical bed availability throughout the state. Those numbers, as seen below, indicate that 1,488 ICU beds and 4,475 ventilators are available throughout the state.

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Statistics from the World Health Organization and CDC provide the following breakdown of global cases from earlier today, with corrections to yesterday's figures:

  • Worldwide Cases total 24,531,846 compared to 24,176,135 yesterday
  • Deaths worldwide total 833,123 compared to 825,868 yesterday
  • Number of people who have completely recovered worldwide is now 16,999,618 compared to 16,690,023 yesterday

Globally, there are 6,699,105 active cases compared to 6,660,244 active cases yesterday. The active cases are divided between 'mild condition' cases and 'serious or critical condition' cases. Mild cases are now 99 percent of the worldwide active cases.

  • Worldwide mild condition cases: 6,637,616 compared to 6,598,447 yesterday
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases: 61,489 compared to 61,797 yesterday
  • United States confirmed cases: 6,031,095 compared to 5,967,518 yesterday
  • US Deaths: 184,350 compared to 182,826 yesterday
  • Total US Recoveries: 3,327,097 compared to 3,257,880 yesterday
  • US Active cases: 2,519,648 compared to 2,526,812 yesterday
  • Mild condition: 2,503,268 (99.3%) compared to 2,510,328 yesterday
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases: 16,380 compared to 16,484 yesterday

Statewide, there were 2,149 new cases and 20 deaths today. Illinois now has 229,483 positive tests and 7,997 deaths.

DuPage County had 102 new cases of COVID-19 with one death, a male in his 70s. DuPage has reported 14,278 cases with 533 deaths.

The COVID-19 testing site at the DuPage County Fairgrounds collected 314 samples again today. The waiting time varied between 17 minutes and 38 minutes. Beginning Monday, the DuPage County Community Based Testing Site (CBTS) will be open Monday through Friday from 7:00 a.m. to noon, or until 600 tests are completed each day. The drive-through CBTS opened June 16 on the DuPage County Complex for residents of DuPage County to be tested for COVID-19. The COVID-19 test is free, and no appointment, doctor referral, or insurance is needed.

The following chart, which can be found on our COVID 19 Dashboard, underscores the continuing threat of new cases, especially in the 20 to 29 year old range, which is represented by the blue line. As you can see, the number of new cases, in DuPage, continues to trend higher than other age groups and above what we would consider acceptable levels.

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Positivity Rate, Hospital Admissions, and Medical Bed and ICU Bed Availability metrics remain statistically stable for Region 8, which consists of DuPage County and Kane County.

Kane County recorded 59 cases and 0 deaths, for a total of 11,066 cases and 312 deaths. Region 8 positivity rate as shown below, has been steady. The positivity rate increased to 5.7% from 5.5% on the 7-day rolling average. Daily hospital admissions decreased from 12 to 11 on the 7-day rolling average.

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The third metric shown above is medical and surgical bed availability. The target is to have at least 20 percent of the medical and surgical beds available. Currently, Region 8 has 30 percent of its hospital beds available and 44 percent of its ICU beds available.

If Region 8 ICU beds and ventilators were unavailable, other regions would be used to care for sick patients. As such, the Illinois Department of Public Health makes us aware of the hospital and surgical bed availability throughout the state. Those numbers, as seen below, indicate that 1,536 ICU beds and 4,501 ventilators are available throughout the state.

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Statistics from the World Health Organization and CDC provide the following breakdown of global cases from earlier today, with corrections to yesterday's figures:

  • Worldwide Cases total 24,754,783 compared to 24,531,846 yesterday
  • Deaths worldwide total 838,109 compared to 833,123 yesterday
  • Number of people who have completely recovered worldwide is now 17,186,320 compared to 16,999,618 yesterday

Globally, there are 6,730,354 active cases compared to 6,699,105 active cases yesterday. The active cases are divided between 'mild condition' cases and 'serious or critical condition' cases. Mild cases are now 99 percent of the worldwide active cases.

  • Worldwide mild condition cases: 6,688,960 compared to 6,637,616 yesterday
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases: 61,394 compared to 61,489 yesterday
  • United States confirmed cases: 6,061,189 compared to 6,031,095 yesterday
  • US Deaths: 185,174 compared to 184,350 yesterday
  • Total US Recoveries: 3,350,304 compared to 3,327,097 yesterday
  • US Active cases: 2,525,711 compared to 2,519,648 yesterday
  • Mild condition: 2,509,480 (99.3%) compared to 2,503,268 yesterday
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases: 16,231 compared to 16,380 yesterday

Statewide, there were 1,880 new cases and 11 deaths today. Illinois now has 231,363 positive cases and 8,008 deaths.

DuPage County had 108 new cases of COVID-19 with no deaths. DuPage has reported 14,386 cases with 533 deaths.

Below is a chart, updated as of 8:00 a.m. on August 28, 2020, showing the hospitalized cases by age group for DuPage residents. The first bar to the far left is for the ages 0 to 9 years old and indicates that 16 individuals have been hospitalized for COVID-19 through this pandemic. The next bar is for the 10 to 19-year-old age group, which has 23 hospitalizations. It steadily increases with 112 hospitalizations for the 20 to 29-year-old age group and then 184 hospitalizations for the 30 to 39-year-old residents. The numbers continue to climb with 266 hospitalizations in the next age bracket of 40 to 49. Again, the 50 to 59-year-old residents have 373 hospitalizations and 60 to 69-year-old residents account for 437 hospitalizations. There is a slight drop for the 70 to 79-year-old age group with 375 hospitalizations before another spike to 448 for anyone 80 or older. The total hospitalizations for DuPage residents as of yesterday, is 2,120.

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The above chart can be found on our dashboard at www.dupagehealth.org, which is updated regularly to provide transparency during this pandemic.

The COVID-19 testing site at the DuPage County Fairgrounds collected 320 samples today. The average waiting time was 6 minutes. Beginning Monday, the DuPage County Community Based Testing Site (CBTS) will be open Monday through Friday from 7:00am to noon, or until 600 tests are completed each day.

Positivity Rate, Hospital Admissions, and Medical Bed and ICU Bed Availability metrics remain statistically stable for Region 8, which consists of DuPage County and Kane County.

Kane County recorded 48 cases and 0 deaths, for a total of 11,114 cases and 312 deaths. Region 8 positivity rate as shown below, has been steady. The positivity rate increased from 5.7% to 5.9% on the 7-day rolling average. Daily hospital admissions remained at 11 on the 7-day rolling average.

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The third metric shown above is medical and surgical bed availability. The target is to have at least 20 percent of the medical and surgical beds available. Currently, Region 8 has 31 percent of its hospital beds available and 45 percent of its ICU beds available.

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If Region 8 ICU beds and ventilators were unavailable, other regions would be used to care for sick patients. As such, the Illinois Department of Public Health makes us aware of the hospital and surgical bed availability throughout the state. Those numbers, as seen below, indicate that 1,522 ICU beds and 4,541 ventilators are available throughout the state.

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As you review the figures below, please be reminded that the serious or critical cases are defined as "the number of patients currently being treated in an Intensive Care Unit (ICU)". A patient with mild condition symptoms may range from asymptomatic or sick with conditions that require hospitalization but not treatment in an ICU. Statistics from the World Health Organization and CDC provide the following breakdown of global cases from earlier today:

  • Worldwide Cases total 25,040,371 compared to 24,754,783 yesterday
  • Deaths worldwide total 843,727 compared to 838,109 yesterday
  • Number of people who have completely recovered worldwide is now 17,391,755 compared to 17,186,320 yesterday

Globally, there are 6,804,889 active cases compared to 6,730,354 active cases yesterday. The active cases are divided between 'mild condition' cases and 'serious or critical condition' cases. Mild cases are now 99 percent of the worldwide active cases.

  • Worldwide mild condition cases: 6,743,784 compared to 6,688,960 yesterday
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases: 61,105 compared to 61,394 yesterday
  • United States confirmed cases: 6,115,496 compared to 6,061,189 yesterday
  • US Deaths: 186,357 compared to 185,174 yesterday
  • Total US Recoveries: 3,381,082 compared to 3,350,304 yesterday
  • US Active cases: 2,548,057 compared to 2,525,711 yesterday
  • Mild condition: 2,531,867 (99.4%) compared to 2,509,480 (99.3%) yesterday
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases: 16,190 compared to 16,231 yesterday

Statewide, there were 1,992 new cases and 11 deaths today. Illinois now has 233,355 positive tests and 8,019 deaths.

DuPage County reported 73 new cases of COVID-19 with no deaths, today. DuPage has reported 14,459 cases with 533 deaths throughout this pandemic.

Below is a chart, updated as of 8:00 a.m. on August 25, 2020, showing the influence or lack thereof of known underlying medical conditions on COVID-19 cases and COVID 19 deaths for DuPage residents. The top graph indicates that regardless of underlying medical conditions, anyone is susceptible to contracting the virus. As noted by the orange color bar, 73.4% of the individuals who had reported cases did not have a known underlying medical condition.

By contrast, the second chart shows that the outcomes of the cases are affected by whether an individual who contracts COVID-19 and suffers from a known underlying medical condition. Underlying medical conditions, shown by the color blue in the second chart, were reported for 89.8 percent of the COVID 19 related deaths among DuPage residents.

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The above charts can be found on our dashboard at www.dupagehealth.org which is updated regularly to provide transparency during this pandemic.

Beginning tomorrow, the DuPage County Community Based Testing Site (CBTS) begins revised hours and will be open Monday through Friday from 7:00am to noon, or until 600 tests are completed each day. The drive-through CBTS opened June 16 on the DuPage County Complex for residents of DuPage County to be tested for COVID-19. The COVID-19 test is free, and no appointment, doctor referral, or insurance is needed.

Positivity Rate, Hospital Admissions, and Medical Bed and ICU Bed Availability metrics remain statistically stable for Region 8, which consists of DuPage County and Kane County.

Kane County recorded 48 cases and 0 deaths for the second consecutive day, for a total of 11,162 cases and 312 deaths. Region 8 positivity rate as shown below, has been steady. The positivity rate remained at 5.9% on the 7-day rolling average. Daily hospital admissions decreased from 11 to 10 on the 7-day rolling average.

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The third metric shown above is medical and surgical bed availability. The target is to have at least 20 percent of the medical and surgical beds available. Currently, Region 8 has 33 percent of its hospital beds available and 46 percent of its ICU beds available.

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If Region 8 ICU beds and ventilators were unavailable, other regions would be used to care for sick patients. As such, the Illinois Department of Public Health makes us aware of the hospital and surgical bed availability throughout the state. Those numbers, as seen below, indicate that 1,522 ICU beds and 4,479 ventilators are available throughout the state.

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As you review the figures below, please be reminded that the serious or critical cases are defined as "the number of patients currently being treated in an Intensive Care Unit (ICU)". A patient with mild condition symptoms may range from asymptomatic or sick with conditions that require hospitalization but not treatment in an ICU. Statistics from the World Health Organization and CDC provide the following breakdown of global cases from earlier today:

  • Worldwide Cases total 25,315,345 compared to 25,040,371 yesterday
  • Deaths worldwide total 848,917 compared to 843,727 yesterday
  • Number of people who have completely recovered worldwide is now 17,636,427 compared to 17,391,755 yesterday

Globally, there are 6,830,001 active cases compared to 6,804,889 active cases yesterday. The active cases are divided between 'mild condition' cases and 'serious or critical condition' cases. Mild cases are now 99 percent of the worldwide active cases.

  • Worldwide mild condition cases: 6,768,673 compared to 6,743,784 yesterday
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases: 61,328 compared to 61,105 yesterday
  • United States confirmed cases:6,158,440 compared to 6,115,496 yesterday
  • US Deaths: 187,027 compared to 186,357 yesterday
  • Total US Recoveries: 3,414,253 compared to 3,381,082 yesterday
  • US Active cases: 2,557,160 compared to 2,548,057 yesterday
  • Mild condition: 2,541,136 (99.4%) compared to 2,531,867 (99.4%) yesterday
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases: 16,024 compared to 16,190 yesterday

Statewide, there were 1,668 new cases and 7 deaths today. Illinois now has 235,023 positive tests and 8,026 deaths. DuPage County had 106 new cases of COVID-19 with no deaths. DuPage has reported 14,565 cases with 533 deaths.

The DuPage County Community Based Testing Site (CBTS), which began its new hours today, reported collecting 327 samples. The wait time varied between 17 minutes and 327 minutes.

Positivity Rate, Hospital Admissions, and Medical Bed and ICU Bed Availability metrics remain statistically stable for Region 8, which consists of DuPage County and Kane County.

Kane County recorded 41 cases and 0 deaths for the second consecutive day, for a total of 11,203 cases and 312 deaths. Region 8 positivity rate as shown below, has been steady. The positivity rate decreased from 5.9% to 5.6% on the 7-day rolling average. Daily hospital admissions remained on 10 on the 7-day rolling average.

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The third metric shown above is medical and surgical bed availability. The target is to have at least 20 percent of the medical and surgical beds available. Currently, Region 8 has 36 percent of its hospital beds available and 48 percent of its ICU beds available.

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If Region 8 ICU beds and ventilators were unavailable, other regions would be used to care for sick patients. As such, the Illinois Department of Public Health makes us aware of the hospital and surgical bed availability throughout the state. Those numbers, as seen below, indicate that 1,600 ICU beds and 4,346 ventilators are available throughout the state.

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As you review the figures below, please be reminded that the serious or critical cases are defined as "the number of patients currently being treated in an Intensive Care Unit (ICU)". A patient with mild condition symptoms may range from asymptomatic or sick with conditions that require hospitalization but not treatment in an ICU. Statistics from the World Health Organization and CDC provide the following breakdown of global cases from earlier today:

  • Worldwide Cases total 25,512,971 compared to 25,315,345 yesterday
  • Deaths worldwide total 852,488 compared to 848,917 yesterday
  • Number of people who have completely recovered worldwide is now 17,808,809 compared to 17,636,427 yesterday

Globally, there are 6,851,674 active cases compared to 6,830,001 active cases yesterday. The active cases are divided between 'mild condition' cases and 'serious or critical condition' cases. Mild cases are now 99 percent of the worldwide active cases.

  • Worldwide mild condition cases: 6,790,493 compared to 6,768,673 yesterday
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases: 61,181 compared to 61,328 yesterday
  • United States confirmed cases:6,189,223 compared to 6,158,440 yesterday
  • US Deaths: 187,424 compared to 187,027 yesterday
  • Total US Recoveries: 3,429,685 compared to 3,414,253 yesterday
  • US Active cases: 2,572,114 compared to 2,557,160 yesterday
  • Mild condition: 2,556,123 (99.4%) compared to 2,541,136 (99.4%) yesterday
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases: 15,991 compared to 16,024 yesterday

Statewide, there were 1,360 new cases and 24 deaths today. Illinois now has 240,003 positive tests and 8,115 deaths.

DuPage County had 121 new cases of COVID-19 and three deaths, one male in his 60s and two males in their 80s. DuPage has reported 14,825 cases with 537 deaths.

The DuPage County Community Based Testing Site (CBTS) collected 291 samples today. The wait time varied between not waiting at all up to 31 minutes depending on the time of day. The chart below, which was update as of this morning at 8 a.m., shows the daily cases and the 7-day rolling average for DuPage. The yellow bars are the daily count and the blue line represents the 7-day rolling average.

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Positivity Rate, Hospital Admissions, and Medical Bed and ICU Bed Availability metrics remain statistically stable for Region 8, which consists of DuPage County and Kane County.

Kane County recorded 68 cases and 2 deaths, for a total of 11,394 cases and 314 deaths. Region 8 positivity rate as shown below, has been steady. The positivity rate increased from 5.9% to 6.2% on the 7-day rolling average. Daily hospital admissions increased from 10 to 11 on the 7-day rolling average.

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The third metric shown above is medical and surgical bed availability. The target is to have at least 20 percent of the medical and surgical beds available. Currently, Region 8 has 33 percent of its hospital beds available and 46 percent of its ICU beds available.

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If Region 8 ICU beds and ventilators were unavailable, other regions would be used to care for sick patients. As such, the Illinois Department of Public Health makes us aware of the hospital and surgical bed availability throughout the state. Those numbers, as seen below, indicate that 1,496 ICU beds and 4,314 ventilators are available throughout the state.

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As you review the figures below, please be reminded that the serious or critical cases are defined as "the number of patients currently being treated in an Intensive Care Unit (ICU)." A patient with mild condition symptoms may range from asymptomatic or sick with conditions that require hospitalization but not treatment in an ICU. Statistics from the World Health Organization and CDC provide the following breakdown of global cases from earlier today:

  • Worldwide Cases total 26,332,484 compared to 26,073,799 yesterday
  • Deaths worldwide total 870,033 compared to 864,088 yesterday
  • Number of people who have completely recovered worldwide is now 18,552,267 compared to 18,317,268 yesterday

Globally, there are 6,851,674 active cases compared to 6,830,001 active cases yesterday. The active cases are divided between 'mild condition' cases and 'serious or critical condition' cases. Mild cases are now 99 percent of the worldwide active cases.

  • Worldwide mild condition cases: 6,849,560 compared to 6,831,813 yesterday
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases: 60,624 compared to 60,630 yesterday
  • United States confirmed cases:6,305,246 compared to 6,274,430 yesterday
  • US Deaths: 190,321 compared to 189,325 yesterday
  • Total US Recoveries: 3,549,773 compared to 3,519,533 yesterday
  • US Active cases: 2,565,152 compared to 2,572,572 yesterday
  • Mild condition: 2,550,048 (99.4%) compared to 2,557,484 (99.4%) yesterday
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases: 15,104 compared to 15,088 yesterday

Statewide, there were 5,368 new cases and 29 deaths today. Illinois now has 245,371 positive tests and 8,143 deaths. The higher number of new cases can be traced to the large increases in tests. We had 140,273 tests.

DuPage County had 230 new cases of COVID-19 and no deaths. DuPage has reported 15,055 cases with 536 deaths. Please note, today's death count reflects the reclassification of one death that had previously been counted as a COVID-19-related death.

The DuPage County Community Based Testing Site (CBTS) collected 328 samples today. The wait time varied between 22 and 42 minutes depending on the time of day. The testing site will be closed on the weekend and on Labor Day.

Positivity Rate, Hospital Admissions, and Medical Bed and ICU Bed Availability metrics remain statistically stable for Region 8, which consists of DuPage County and Kane County.

Kane County recorded 50 cases and 3 deaths, for a total of 11,444 cases and 317lo deaths. Region 8 positivity rate as shown below, has been steady. The positivity rate decreased from 6.2% to 6.15 on the 7-day rolling average. Daily hospital admissions remained at 10 on the 7-day rolling average.

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The third metric shown above is medical and surgical bed availability. The target is to have at least 20 percent of the medical and surgical beds available. Currently, Region 8 has 31 percent of its hospital beds available and 46 percent of its ICU beds available.

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If Region 8 ICU beds and ventilators were unavailable, other regions would be used to care for sick patients. As such, the Illinois Department of Public Health makes us aware of the hospital and surgical bed availability throughout the state. Those numbers, as seen below, indicate that 1,563 ICU beds and 4,455 ventilators are available throughout the state.

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As you review the figures below, please be reminded that the serious or critical cases are defined as "the number of patients currently being treated in an Intensive Care Unit (ICU)". A patient with mild condition symptoms may range from asymptomatic or sick with conditions that require hospitalization but not treatment in an ICU. Statistics from the World Health Organization and CDC provide the following breakdown of global cases from earlier today:

  • Worldwide Cases total 26,961,965 compared to 26,669,909 yesterday
  • Deaths worldwide total 881,575 compared to 876,326 yesterday
  • Number of people who have completely recovered worldwide is now 19,047,161 compared to 18,787,272 yesterday

Globally, there are 7,033,229 active cases compared to 7,006,311 active cases yesterday. The active cases are divided between 'mild condition' cases and 'serious or critical condition' cases. Mild cases are now 99.1 percent of the worldwide active cases.

  • Worldwide mild condition cases: 6,972,288 compared to 6,945,430 yesterday
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases: 60,941 compared to 60,881 yesterday
  • United States confirmed cases:6,415,280 compared to 6,366,656 yesterday
  • US Deaths: 192,504 compared to 191,607 yesterday
  • Total US Recoveries:3,643,648 compared to 3,585,143 yesterday
  • US Active cases: 2,579,128 compared to 2,589,906 yesterday
  • Mild condition: 2,564,063 (99.4%) compared to 2,574,864 (99.4%) yesterday
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases: 15,065 compared to 15,042 yesterday

Statewide, there were 2,306 new cases and 23 deaths today. Illinois now has 248,177 positive tests and 8,166 deaths.

DuPage County had 165 new cases of COVID-19 and no deaths. DuPage has reported 15,220 cases with 536 deaths.

Positivity Rate, Hospital Admissions, and Medical Bed and ICU Bed Availability metrics remain statistically stable for Region 8, which consists of DuPage County and Kane County.

Kane County recorded 179 cases and 0 deaths, for a total of 11,623 cases and 317 total deaths. Region 8 positivity rate as shown below, has been steady. The positivity rate decreased from 6.15 percent to 5.9 percent on the 7-day rolling average. Daily hospital admissions remained at 10 on the 7-day rolling average.

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The third metric shown above is medical and surgical bed availability. The target is to have at least 20 percent of the medical and surgical beds available. Currently, Region 8 has 31 percent of its hospital beds available and 45 percent of its ICU beds available.

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If Region 8 ICU beds and ventilators were unavailable, other regions would be used to care for sick patients. As such, the Illinois Department of Public Health makes us aware of the hospital and surgical bed availability throughout the state. Those numbers, as seen below, indicate that 1,525 ICU beds and 4,413 ventilators are available throughout the state.

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As you review the figures below, please be reminded that the serious or critical cases are defined as "the number of patients currently being treated in an Intensive Care Unit (ICU)". A patient with mild condition symptoms may range from asymptomatic or sick with conditions that require hospitalization but not treatment in an ICU. Statistics from the World Health Organization and CDC provide the following breakdown of global cases from earlier today:

  • Worldwide Cases total 26,669,909 compared to 26,332,484 yesterday
  • Deaths worldwide total 876,326 compared to 870,033 yesterday
  • Number of people who have completely recovered worldwide is now 18,787,272 compared to 18,552,267 yesterday

Globally, there are 7,006,311 active cases compared to 6,910,184 active cases yesterday. The active cases are divided between 'mild condition' cases and 'serious or critical condition' cases. Mild cases are now 99.1 percent of the worldwide active cases.

  • Worldwide mild condition cases: 6,945,430 compared to 6,849,560 yesterday
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases: 60,881 compared to 60,624 yesterday
  • Total US Recoveries: 3,585,143 compared to 3,549,773 yesterday
  • US Active cases: 2,589,906 compared to 2,565,152 yesterday
  • Total US Recoveries: 3,585,143 compared to 3,549,773 yesterday
  • US Active cases: 2,589,906 compared to 2,565,152 yesterday
  • Mild condition: 2,574,864 (99.4%) compared to 2,550,048 (99.4%) yesterday
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases: 15,042 compared to 15,104 yesterday

Statewide, there were 1,403 new cases and 5 deaths today. Illinois now has 248,177 positive tests and 8,171 deaths.

DuPage County had 76 new cases of COVID-19 and two deaths, both males in their 80s. DuPage has reported 15,296 cases with 538 deaths.

Positivity Rate, Hospital Admissions, and Medical Bed and ICU Bed Availability metrics remain statistically stable for Region 8, which consists of DuPage County and Kane County.

Kane County recorded 82 cases and 0 deaths, for a total of 11,705 cases and 317 total deaths. Region 8 positivity rate as shown below, has been steady. The positivity rate decreased from 5.9 percent to 5.3 percent on the 7-day rolling average. Daily hospital admissions decreased from 10 to 9 on the 7-day rolling average.

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The third metric shown above is medical and surgical bed availability. The target is to have at least 20 percent of the medical and surgical beds available. Currently, Region 8 has 32 percent of its hospital beds available and 47 percent of its ICU beds available.

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If Region 8 ICU beds and ventilators were unavailable, other regions would be used to care for sick patients. As such, the Illinois Department of Public Health makes us aware of the hospital and surgical bed availability throughout the state. Those numbers, as seen below, indicate that 1,644 ICU beds and 4,377 ventilators are available throughout the state.

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As you review the figures below, please be reminded that the serious or critical cases are defined as "the number of patients currently being treated in an Intensive Care Unit (ICU)". A patient with mild condition symptoms may range from asymptomatic or sick with conditions that require hospitalization but not treatment in an ICU. Statistics from the World Health Organization and CDC provide the following breakdown of global cases from earlier today:

  • Worldwide Cases total 27,230,458 compared to 26,961,965 yesterday
  • Deaths worldwide total 886,055 compared to 881,575 yesterday
  • Number of people who have completely recovered worldwide is now 19,309,434 compared to 19,047,161 yesterday

Globally, there are 7,034,969 active cases compared to 7,033,229 active cases yesterday. The active cases are divided between 'mild condition' cases and 'serious or critical condition' cases. Mild cases are now 99.1 percent of the worldwide active cases.

  • Worldwide mild condition cases: 6,974,753 compared to 6,972,288 yesterday
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases: 60,216 compared to 60,941 yesterday
  • United States confirmed cases:6,450,804 compared to 6,415,280 yesterday
  • US Deaths: 193,046 compared to 192,504 yesterday
  • Total US Recoveries:3,714,652 compared to 3,643,648 yesterday
  • US Active cases: 2,543,106 compared to 2,579,128 yesterday
  • Mild condition: 2,528,168 (99.4%) compared to 2,564,063 (99.4%) yesterday
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases: 14,938 compared to 15,065 yesterday

DuPage County had 43 new cases of COVID-19 and one death, a male in his 70s. DuPage has reported 15,339 cases with 539 deaths. Illinois now has a total of 250,961 positive tests and 8,179 deaths.

Positivity Rate, Hospital Admissions, and Medical Bed and ICU Bed Availability metrics remain statistically stable for Region 8, which consists of DuPage County and Kane County.

Kane County recorded 32 cases and 0 deaths, for a total of 11,737 cases and 317 total deaths. Region 8 positivity rate as shown below, has been steady. The positivity rate increased to 5.5 percent from 5.3 percent on the 7-day rolling average. Daily hospital admissions remained at 9 on the 7-day rolling average.

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The third metric shown above is medical and surgical bed availability. The target is to have at least 20 percent of the medical and surgical beds available. Today, the State of Illinois failed to update the hospital availability data. However, as of yesterday, Region 8 has 32 percent of its hospital beds available and 47 percent of its ICU beds available.

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If Region 8 ICU beds and ventilators were unavailable, other regions would be used to care for sick patients. As such, the Illinois Department of Public Health makes us aware of the hospital and surgical bed availability throughout the state. Those numbers, as seen below, indicate that 1,798 ICU beds and 4,455 ventilators are available throughout the state.

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As you review the figures below, please be reminded that the serious or critical cases are defined as "the number of patients currently being treated in an Intensive Care Unit (ICU)". A patient with mild condition symptoms may range from asymptomatic or sick with conditions that require hospitalization but not treatment in an ICU. Statistics from the World Health Organization and CDC provide the following breakdown of global cases from earlier today:

  • Worldwide Cases total 27,427,986 compared to 27,230,458 yesterday
  • Deaths worldwide total 895,251 compared to 886,055 yesterday
  • Number of people who have completely recovered worldwide is now 19,481,282 compared to 19,309,434 yesterday

Globally, there are 7,051,453 active cases compared to 7,034,969 active cases yesterday. The active cases are divided between 'mild condition' cases and 'serious or critical condition' cases. Mild cases are now 99.1 percent of the worldwide active cases.

  • Worldwide mild condition cases: 6,991,311 compared to 6,974,753 yesterday
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases: 60,142 compared to 60,216 yesterday
  • United States confirmed cases:6,473,347 compared to 6,450,804 yesterday
  • US Deaths: 193,383 compared to 193,046 yesterday
  • Total US Recoveries:3,735,226 compared to 3,714,652 yesterday
  • US Active cases: 2,544,733 compared to 2,543,106 yesterday
  • Mild condition: 2,530,046 (99.4%) compared to 2,528,168 (99.4%) yesterday
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases: 14,687 compared to 15,065 yesterday

Illinois reported 1,337 new cases and 30 deaths. Illinois now has a total of 253,690 positive tests and 8,214 deaths.

DuPage County had 119 new cases of COVID-19 and one death, a male in his 50s. DuPage has had 15,572 cases and 540 deaths. The CBTS at the DuPage Fairgrounds collected 495 samples today. The wait time was between one hour and one hour and forty minutes.

Positivity Rate, Hospital Admissions, and Medical Bed and ICU Bed Availability metrics remain statistically stable for Region 8, which consists of DuPage County and Kane County.

Kane County recorded 32 cases and 0 deaths, for a total of 11,807 cases and 317 total deaths. Region 8 positivity rate as shown below, has been steady. The positivity rate increased to 5.5 percent from 5.4 percent on the 7-day rolling average. Daily hospital admissions increased to 9 from 8 on the 7-day rolling average.

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The third metric shown above is medical and surgical bed availability. The target is to have at least 20 percent of the medical and surgical beds available. Today, Region 8 had the same numbers as yesterday with 37 percent of its hospital beds available and 51 percent of its ICU beds available.

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If Region 8 ICU beds and ventilators were unavailable, other regions would be used to care for sick patients. As such, the Illinois Department of Public Health makes us aware of the hospital and surgical bed availability throughout the state. Those numbers, as seen below, indicate that 1,751 ICU beds and 4,472 ventilators are available throughout the state.

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As you review the figures below, please be reminded that the serious or critical cases are defined as "the number of patients currently being treated in an Intensive Care Unit (ICU)". A patient with mild condition symptoms may range from asymptomatic or sick with conditions that require hospitalization but not treatment in an ICU. Statistics from the World Health Organization and CDC provide the following breakdown of global cases from earlier today:

  • Worldwide Cases total 27,903,900 compared to 27,602,041 yesterday
  • Deaths worldwide total 904,819 compared to 898,652 yesterday
  • Number of people who have completely recovered worldwide is now 19,956,211 compared to 19,689,382 yesterday

Globally, there are 7,042,870 active cases compared to 7,014,362 active cases yesterday. The active cases are divided between 'mild condition' cases and 'serious or critical condition' cases. Mild cases are now 99.1 percent of the worldwide active cases.

  • Global serious or Critical Condition cases: 60,464 compared to 60,338 yesterday
  • Worldwide mild condition cases: 6,982,406 compared to 6,954,024 yesterday
  • United States confirmed cases:6,527,899 compared to 6,495,161 yesterday
  • US Deaths: 194,499 compared to 193,686 yesterday
  • Total US Recoveries:3,817,379 compared to 3,761,702 yesterday
  • US Active cases: 2,516,021 compared to 2,539,773 yesterday
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases: 14,459 compared to 14,581 yesterday
  • Mild condition: 2,502,562(99.5%) compared to 2,525,192 (99.4%) yesterday

Illinois reported 1,953 new cases and 28 deaths. Illinois now has a total of 255,643 positive tests and 8,242 deaths.

DuPage County had 110 new cases of COVID-19 and no deaths of persons with COVID-19 infection reported. DuPage has had 15,682 cases and 540 deaths. The CBTS at the DuPage Fairgrounds collected 349 samples today. The wait time was between ten and eighteen minutes.

Positivity Rate, Hospital Admissions, and Medical Bed and ICU Bed Availability metrics remain statistically stable for Region 8, which consists of DuPage County and Kane County.

Kane County recorded 71 cases and 1 death, for a total of 11,878 cases and 318 total deaths. Region 8 positivity rate as shown below, has been steady. The positivity rate remained at 5.5 percent on the 7-day rolling average. Daily hospital admissions returned from 9 to 8 on the 7-day rolling average.

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The third metric shown above is medical and surgical bed availability. The target is to have at least 20 percent of the medical and surgical beds available. Today, Region 8 reports that 38 percent of its hospital beds are available and 51 percent of its ICU beds available.

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If Region 8 ICU beds and ventilators were unavailable, other regions would be used to care for sick patients. As such, the Illinois Department of Public Health makes us aware of the hospital and surgical bed availability throughout the state. Those numbers, as seen below, indicate that 1,632 ICU beds and 4,506 ventilators are available throughout the state.

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As you review the figures below, please be reminded that the serious or critical cases are defined as "the number of patients currently being treated in an Intensive Care Unit (ICU)". A patient with mild condition symptoms may range from asymptomatic or sick with conditions that require hospitalization but not treatment in an ICU. Statistics from the World Health Organization and CDC provide the following breakdown of global cases from earlier today:

  • Worldwide Cases total 28,242,103 compared to 27,903,900 yesterday
  • Deaths worldwide total 911,548 compared to 904,819 yesterday
  • Number of people who have completely recovered worldwide is now 20,241,323 compared to 19,956,211 yesterday

Globally, there are 7,089,203 active cases compared to 7,042,870 active cases yesterday. The active cases are divided between 'mild condition' cases and 'serious or critical condition' cases. Mild cases are now 99.1 percent of the worldwide active cases.

  • Global serious or Critical Condition cases: 60,724 compared to 60,464 yesterday
  • Worldwide mild condition cases: 7,028,479 compared to 6,982,406 yesterday
  • United States confirmed cases:6,576,761 compared to 6,527,899 yesterday
  • US Deaths: 196,013 compared to 194,499 yesterday
  • Total US Recoveries:3,867,321 compared to 3,817,379 yesterday
  • US Active cases: 2,513,433 compared to 2,516,021 yesterday
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases: 14,608 compared to 14,459 yesterday
  • Mild condition: 2,498,225 (99.4%) compared to 2,502,562 (99.4%) yesterday

Illinois reported 2,145 new cases and 32 deaths. Illinois now has a total of 257,788 positive tests and 8,273 deaths.

DuPage County had 111 new cases of COVID-19 and no deaths of persons with COVID-19 infection reported. DuPage has had 15,793 cases and 540 deaths. The CBTS at the DuPage Fairgrounds collected 173 samples today. The gates were closed early this morning due to the weather and conditions of the fairgrounds. Everyone in line was served and nobody was turned away. The wait time averaged 48 minutes.

The Governor announced today that the COVID-19 risk level in DuPage County has changed from blue to orange on the Illinois Department of Public Health County Level Risk Metrics Map. An orange designation indicates warning signs of increased COVID-19 risk in the community. Eight different indicators are used to determine a county's designation. A county is considered at the orange 'Warning' level when at least two of the main indicators are going in the wrong direction. Individuals, families, and community groups should use this information to help inform their choices about personal and family gatherings, as well as what activities they choose to do. An increase in case rates and deaths from August 30 - September 5, 2020 have led to the change to an orange 'Warning' designation for DuPage County. 30 counties have this warning designation.

Positivity Rate, Hospital Admissions, and Medical Bed and ICU Bed Availability metrics remain statistically stable for Region 8, which consists of DuPage County and Kane County.

Kane County recorded 60 cases and 2 deaths, for a total of 11,938 cases and 320 total deaths. Region 8 positivity rate as shown below, has been steady. The positivity rate decreased to 5.4% from 5.5 percent on the 7-day rolling average. Daily hospital admissions returned to 9 from 8 on the 7-day rolling average.

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The third metric shown above is medical and surgical bed availability. The target is to have at least 20 percent of the medical and surgical beds available. Today, Region 8 reports that 36 percent of its hospital beds are available and 50 percent of its ICU beds available.

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If Region 8 ICU beds and ventilators were unavailable, other regions would be used to care for sick patients. As such, the Illinois Department of Public Health makes us aware of the hospital and surgical bed availability throughout the state. Those numbers, as seen below, indicate that 1,569 ICU beds and 4,496 ventilators are available throughout the state.

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As you review the figures below, please be reminded that the serious or critical cases are defined as "the number of patients currently being treated in an Intensive Care Unit (ICU)". A patient with mild condition symptoms may range from asymptomatic or sick with conditions that require hospitalization but not treatment in an ICU. Statistics from the World Health Organization and CDC provide the following breakdown of global cases from earlier today:

  • Worldwide Cases total 28,556,113 compared to 28,242,103 yesterday
  • Deaths worldwide total 917,135 compared to 911,548 yesterday
  • Number of people who have completely recovered worldwide is now 20,478,396 compared to 20,241,323 yesterday

Globally, there are 7,160,582 active cases compared to 7,089,203 active cases yesterday. The active cases are divided between 'mild condition' cases and 'serious or critical condition' cases. Mild cases are now 99.2 percent of the worldwide active cases.

  • Global serious or Critical Condition cases: 60,826 compared to 60,724 yesterday
  • Worldwide mild condition cases: 7,099,756 compared to 7,028,479 yesterday
  • United States confirmed cases:6,614,969 compared to 6,576,761 yesterday
  • US Deaths: 196,909 compared to 196,013 yesterday
  • Total US Recoveries:3,886,185 compared to 3,867,321 yesterday
  • US Active cases: 2,531,875 compared to 2,513,433 yesterday
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases: 14,502 compared to 14,608 yesterday
  • Mild condition: 2,517,373 (99.4%) compared to 2,498,225 (99.4%) yesterday

Illinois reported 1,373 new cases and 5 deaths. Illinois now has a total of 262,744 positive tests and 8314 deaths.

Since yesterday, there are 93 new cases of COVID-19 in DuPage County with no deaths of persons with COVID-19 infection reported. DuPage has had 16,090 cases and 544 deaths. The CBTS at the County Fairgrounds received 422 samples. The wait time varied between 28 minutes and 50 minutes.

Positivity Rate, Hospital Admissions, and Medical Bed and ICU Bed Availability metrics remain statistically stable for Region 8, which consists of DuPage County and Kane County.

Kane County recorded 37 cases and 1 death, for a total of 12,134 cases and 325 total deaths. Region 8 positivity rate as shown below, has been steady. The positivity rate decreased from 6.1 percent to 5.8 percent on the 7-day rolling average. Daily hospital admissions increased from 9 to 10 on the 7-day rolling average.

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The third metric shown above is medical and surgical bed availability. The target is to have at least 20 percent of the medical and surgical beds available. Today, Region 8 reports that 31 percent of its hospital beds are available and 48 percent of its ICU beds available.

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If Region 8 ICU beds and ventilators were unavailable, other regions would be used to care for sick patients. As such, the Illinois Department of Public Health makes us aware of the hospital and surgical bed availability throughout the state. Those numbers, as seen below, indicate that 1,533 ICU beds and 4,516 ventilators are available throughout the state.

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As you review the figures below, please be reminded that the serious or critical cases are defined as "the number of patients currently being treated in an Intensive Care Unit (ICU)". A patient with mild condition symptoms may range from asymptomatic or sick with conditions that require hospitalization but not treatment in an ICU. Statistics from the World Health Organization and CDC provide the following breakdown of global cases from earlier today:

  • Worldwide Cases total 29,371,413 compared to 29,057,833 yesterday
  • Deaths worldwide total 931,080 compared to 926,087 yesterday
  • Number of people who have completely recovered worldwide is now 21,185,042 compared to 20,914,855 yesterday

Globally, there are 7,255,291 active cases compared to 7,216,891 active cases yesterday. The active cases are divided between 'mild condition' cases and 'serious or critical condition' cases. Mild cases are now 99.2 percent of the worldwide active cases.

  • Global serious or Critical Condition cases: 60,637 compared to 60,933 yesterday
  • Worldwide mild condition cases: 7,194,654 compared to 7,155,958 yesterday
  • United States confirmed cases: 6,732,167 compared to 6,690,810 yesterday
  • US Deaths: 198,773 compared to 198,239 yesterday
  • Total US Recoveries:4,007,832 compared to 3,952,366 yesterday
  • US Active cases: 2,525,562 compared to 2,540,205 yesterday
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases: 14,114 compared to 14,366 yesterday
  • Mild condition: 2,511,448 (99.4%) compared to 2,525,839 (99.4%) yesterday

Illinois reported 1,466 new cases and 18 deaths. Illinois now has a total of 264,210 positive tests and 8332 deaths.

Since yesterday, there are 90 new cases of COVID-19 in DuPage County with no deaths of persons with COVID-19 infection reported. DuPage has had 16,180 cases and 544 deaths. The CBTS at the County Fairgrounds collected 309 samples. The wait time varied between 10 minutes and 27 minutes.

Positivity Rate, Hospital Admissions, and Medical Bed and ICU Bed Availability metrics remain statistically stable for Region 8, which consists of DuPage County and Kane County.

Kane County recorded 54 cases and no deaths, for a total of 12,188 cases and 325 total deaths. Region 8 positivity rate as shown below, has been steady. The positivity rate remained at 5.8 percent on the 7-day rolling average. Daily hospital admissions remained at 10 on the 7-day rolling average.

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The third metric shown above is medical and surgical bed availability. The target is to have at least 20 percent of the medical and surgical beds available. Today, Region 8 reports that 34 percent of its hospital beds are available and 48 percent of its ICU beds available.

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If Region 8 ICU beds and ventilators were unavailable, other regions would be used to care for sick patients. As such, the Illinois Department of Public Health makes us aware of the hospital and surgical bed availability throughout the state. Those numbers, as seen below, indicate that 1,582 ICU beds and 4,526 ventilators are available throughout the state.

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As you review the figures below, please be reminded that the serious or critical cases are defined as "the number of patients currently being treated in an Intensive Care Unit (ICU)". A patient with mild condition symptoms may range from asymptomatic or sick with conditions that require hospitalization but not treatment in an ICU. Statistics from the World Health Organization and CDC provide the following breakdown of global cases from earlier today:

  • Worldwide Cases total 29,594,573 compared to 29,371,413 yesterday
  • Deaths worldwide total 935,686 compared to 931,080 yesterday
  • Number of people who have completely recovered worldwide is now 21,412,437 compared to 21,185,042 yesterday

Globally, there are 7,246,450 active cases compared to 7,255,291 active cases yesterday. The active cases are divided between 'mild condition' cases and 'serious or critical condition' cases. Mild cases are now 99.2 percent of the worldwide active cases.

  • Global serious or Critical Condition cases: 60,826 compared to 60,637 yesterday
  • Worldwide mild condition cases: 7,185,624 compared to 7,194,654 yesterday
  • United States confirmed cases: 6,758,709 compared to 6,732,167 yesterday
  • US Deaths: 199,410 compared to 198,773 yesterday
  • Total US Recoveries: 4,040,498 compared to 4,007,832 yesterday
  • US Active cases: 2,518,801 compared to 2,525,562 yesterday
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases: 14,107 compared to 14,114 yesterday
  • Mild condition: 2,504,694(99.4%) compared to 2,511,448 (99.4%) yesterday

Illinois reported 1,941 new cases and 35 deaths. Illinois now has a total of 266,151 positive tests and 8,367 deaths.

Since yesterday, there are 104 new cases of COVID-19 in DuPage County including two deaths of persons with COVID-19 infection reported: 1 female 70s & 1 female 80s. DuPage has had 16,284 cases and 546 deaths. The CBTS at the County Fairgrounds collected 361 samples. The wait time varied between 13 minutes and 26 minutes.

Positivity Rate, Hospital Admissions, and Medical Bed and ICU Bed Availability metrics remain statistically stable for Region 8, which consists of DuPage County and Kane County.

Kane County recorded 66 cases and one death, for a total of 12,254 cases and 326 total deaths. Region 8 positivity rate as shown below, has been steady. The positivity rate decreased from 5.8 percent to 5.7 percent on the 7-day rolling average. Daily hospital admissions remained at 10 on the 7-day rolling average.

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The third metric shown above is medical and surgical bed availability. The target is to have at least 20 percent of the medical and surgical beds available. Today, Region 8 reports that 37 percent of its hospital beds are available and 47 percent of its ICU beds available.

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If Region 8 ICU beds and ventilators were unavailable, other regions would be used to care for sick patients. As such, the Illinois Department of Public Health makes us aware of the hospital and surgical bed availability throughout the state. Those numbers, as seen below, indicate that 1,489 ICU beds and 4,477 ventilators are available throughout the state.

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As you review the figures below, please be reminded that the serious or critical cases are defined as "the number of patients currently being treated in an Intensive Care Unit (ICU)". A patient with mild condition symptoms may range from asymptomatic or sick with conditions that require hospitalization but not treatment in an ICU. Statistics from the World Health Organization and CDC provide the following breakdown of global cases from earlier today:

  • Worldwide Cases total 29,859,075 compared to 29,594,573 yesterday
  • Deaths worldwide total 941,489 compared to 935,686 yesterday
  • Number of people who have completely recovered worldwide is now 21,635,922 compared to 21,412,437 yesterday

Globally, there are 7,281,664 active cases compared to 7,246,450 active cases yesterday. The active cases are divided between 'mild condition' cases and 'serious or critical condition' cases. Mild cases are now 99.2 percent of the worldwide active cases.

  • Global serious or Critical Condition cases: 60,910 compared to 60,826 yesterday
  • Worldwide mild condition cases: 7,220,754 compared to 7,185,624 yesterday
  • United States confirmed cases: 6,798,679 compared to 6,758,709 yesterday
  • US Deaths: 200,688 compared to 199,410 yesterday
  • Total US Recoveries: 4,070,508 compared to 4,040,498 yesterday
  • US Active cases: 2,527,483 compared to 2,518,801 yesterday
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases: 14,160 compared to 14,107 yesterday
  • Mild condition: 2,513,323 (99.4%) compared to 2,504,694 (99.4%) yesterday

Illinois reported 2,056 new cases and 25 deaths. Illinois now has a total of 268,207 positive tests and 8,392 deaths.

Since yesterday, there are 69 new cases of COVID-19 in DuPage County with no deaths of persons with COVID-19 infection reported. DuPage now has 16,353 cases and 546 deaths. The CBTS at the County Fairgrounds collected 330 samples. The wait time varied between 11 and 39 minutes.

Positivity Rate, Hospital Admissions, and Medical Bed and ICU Bed Availability metrics remain statistically stable for Region 8, which consists of DuPage County and Kane County.

Kane County recorded 66 cases and one death, for a total of 12,254 cases and 326 total deaths. Region 8 positivity rate as shown below, has been steady. The positivity rate decreased from 5.7 percent to 5.4 percent on the 7-day rolling average. Daily hospital admissions remained at 10 on the 7-day rolling average.

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The third metric shown above is medical and surgical bed availability. The target is to have at least 20 percent of the medical and surgical beds available. Today, Region 8 reports that 36 percent of its hospital beds are available and 44 percent of its ICU beds available.

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If Region 8 ICU beds and ventilators were unavailable, other regions would be used to care for sick patients. As such, the Illinois Department of Public Health makes us aware of the hospital and surgical bed availability throughout the state. Those numbers, as seen below, indicate that 1,456 ICU beds and 4,497 ventilators are available throughout the state.

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As you review the figures below, please be reminded that the serious or critical cases are defined as "the number of patients currently being treated in an Intensive Care Unit (ICU)". A patient with mild condition symptoms may range from asymptomatic or sick with conditions that require hospitalization but not treatment in an ICU. Statistics from the World Health Organization and CDC provide the following breakdown of global cases from earlier today:

  • Worldwide Cases total 30,246,777 compared to 29,859,075 yesterday
  • Deaths worldwide total 948,442 compared to 941,489 yesterday
  • Number of people who have completely recovered worldwide is now 21,951,244 compared to 21,635,922 yesterday

Globally, there are 7,347,091 active cases compared to 7,281,664 active cases yesterday. The active cases are divided between 'mild condition' cases and 'serious or critical condition' cases. Mild cases are now 99.2 percent of the worldwide active cases.

  • Global serious or Critical Condition cases: 61,425 compared to 60,910 yesterday
  • Worldwide mild condition cases: 7,285,666 compared to 7,220,754 yesterday
  • United States confirmed cases: 6,848,244 compared to 6,798,679 yesterday
  • US Deaths: 201,795 compared to 200,688 yesterday
  • Total US Recoveries: 4,134,522 compared to 4,070,508 yesterday
  • US Active cases: 2,511,927 compared to 2,527,483 yesterday
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases: 14,265 compared to 14,160 yesterday
  • Mild condition: 2,497,662 (99.4%) compared to 2,513,323 (99.4%) yesterday

Illinois reported 2,120 new cases and 25 deaths. Illinois now has a total of 272,856 positive tests and 8,436 deaths.

Since yesterday, there are 131 new cases of COVID-19 in DuPage County with no deaths of persons with COVID-19 infection reported. DuPage now has 16,660 cases and 549 deaths.

Positivity Rate, Hospital Admissions, and Medical Bed and ICU Bed Availability metrics remain statistically fairly stable for Region 8, which consists of DuPage County and Kane County.

Kane County recorded 66 cases and no deaths, for a total of 12,493 cases and 327 total deaths.

Region 8 positivity rate as shown below, has increased slightly. The positivity rate remained at 5.5 percent on the 7-day rolling average. Daily hospital admissions is 10 on the 7-day rolling average.

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The third metric shown below is medical and surgical bed availability. The target is to have at least 20 percent of the medical and surgical beds available. Today, Region 8 reports that 29 percent of its hospital beds are available and 38 percent of its ICU beds available.

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If Region 8 ICU beds and ventilators were unavailable, other regions would be used to care for sick patients. As such, the Illinois Department of Public Health makes us aware of the hospital and surgical bed availability throughout the state. Those numbers, as seen below, indicate that 1,416 ICU beds and 4,457 ventilators are available throughout the state.

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As you review the figures below, please be reminded that the serious or critical cases are defined as "the number of patients currently being treated in an Intensive Care Unit (ICU)". A patient with mild condition symptoms may range from asymptomatic or sick with conditions that require hospitalization but not treatment in an ICU. Statistics from the World Health Organization and CDC provide the following breakdown of global cases from earlier today:

  • Worldwide Cases total 30,898,784 compared to 30,587,896 yesterday
  • Deaths worldwide total 959,505 compared to 953,828 yesterday
  • Number of people who have completely recovered worldwide is now 22,498,501 compared to 22,245,148 yesterday

Globally, there are 7,440,878 active cases compared to 7,388,920 active cases yesterday. The active cases are divided between 'mild condition' cases and 'serious or critical condition' cases. Mild cases are now 99 percent of the worldwide active cases.

  • Global serious or Critical Condition cases: 61,480 compared to 61,193 yesterday
  • Worldwide mild condition cases: 7,379,398 compared to 7,327,727 yesterday
  • United States confirmed cases: 6,955,007 compared to 6,897,735 yesterday
  • US Deaths: 203,565 compared to 202,691 yesterday
  • Total US Recoveries: 4,203,565 compared to 4,171,374 yesterday
  • US Active cases: 2,547,958 compared to 2,523,670 yesterday
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases: 14,156 compared to 14,226 yesterday
  • Mild condition: 2,533,802 (99.4%) compared to 2,509,444 (99.4%) yesterday

Illinois reported 1,402 new cases and 14 deaths. Illinois now has a total of 274,258 positive tests and 8,450 deaths.

Since yesterday, there are 59 new cases of COVID-19 in DuPage County with no deaths of persons with COVID-19 infection reported. DuPage now has 16,659 cases and 549 deaths.

Positivity Rate, Hospital Admissions, and Medical Bed and ICU Bed Availability metrics remain statistically stable for Region 8, which consists of DuPage County and Kane County.

Kane County recorded 138 cases and no deaths, for a total of 12,631 cases and 327 total deaths.

Region 8 positivity rate as shown below, has increased slightly. The positivity rate remained at 5.5 percent on the 7-day rolling average. Daily hospital admissions increased from 10 to 12 on the 7-day rolling average.

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The third metric shown below is medical and surgical bed availability. The target is to have at least 20 percent of the medical and surgical beds available. Today, Region 8 reports that 28 percent of its hospital beds are available and 39 percent of its ICU beds available.

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If Region 8 ICU beds and ventilators were unavailable, other regions would be used to care for sick patients. As such, the Illinois Department of Public Health makes us aware of the hospital and surgical bed availability throughout the state. Those numbers, as seen below, indicate that 1,495 ICU beds and 4,519 ventilators are available throughout the state.

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As you review the figures below, please be reminded that the serious or critical cases are defined as "the number of patients currently being treated in an Intensive Care Unit (ICU)". A patient with mild condition symptoms may range from asymptomatic or sick with conditions that require hospitalization but not treatment in an ICU. Statistics from the World Health Organization and CDC provide the following breakdown of global cases from earlier today:

  • Worldwide Cases total 31,169,668 compared to 30,898,784 yesterday
  • Deaths worldwide total 964,051 compared to 959,505 yesterday
  • Number of people who have completely recovered worldwide is now 22,767,787 compared to 22,498,501 yesterday

Globally, there are 7,437,830 active cases compared to 7,440,878 active cases yesterday. The active cases are divided between 'mild condition' cases and 'serious or critical condition' cases. Mild cases are now 99 percent of the worldwide active cases.

  • Global serious or Critical Condition cases: 61,477 compared to 61,480 yesterday
  • Worldwide mild condition cases: 7,376,353 compared to 7,379,398 yesterday
  • United States confirmed cases: 6,994,840 compared to 6,955,007 yesterday
  • US Deaths: 204,049 compared to 203,565 yesterday
  • Total US Recoveries: 4,243,370 compared to 4,203,565 yesterday
  • US Active cases: 2,547,421 compared to 2,547,958 yesterday
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases: 14,076 compared to 14,156 yesterday
  • Mild condition: 2,533,345(99.4%) compared to 2,509,444 (99.4%) yesterday

Illinois reported 1,477 new cases and 7 deaths. Illinois now has a total of 275,735 positive tests and 8,457 deaths.

Since yesterday, there are 98 new cases of COVID-19 in DuPage County with no deaths of persons with COVID-19 infection reported. DuPage now has 16,757 cases and 549 deaths. The positivity rate for DuPage County, as shown by the chart below is 3.91 percent. On March 15th, the positivity rate was at 36.36 percent.

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The CBTS located at the County Fairgrounds collected 477 samples today. The wait time varied between 23 and 49 minutes.

Positivity Rate, Hospital Admissions, and Medical Bed and ICU Bed Availability metrics remain statistically stable for Region 8, which consists of DuPage County and Kane County.

Kane County recorded 44 cases and no deaths, for a total of 12,675 cases and 327 total deaths.

Region 8 positivity rate as shown below, has increased slightly. The positivity rate remained at 5.5 percent on the 7-day rolling average. Daily hospital admissions remained at 12 on the 7-day rolling average.

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The third metric shown below is medical and surgical bed availability. The target is to have at least 20 percent of the medical and surgical beds available. Today, Region 8 reports that 30 percent of its hospital beds are available and 40 percent of its ICU beds available.

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If Region 8 ICU beds and ventilators were unavailable, other regions would be used to care for sick patients. As such, the Illinois Department of Public Health makes us aware of the hospital and surgical bed availability throughout the state. Those numbers, as seen below, indicate that 1,634 ICU beds and 4,515 ventilators are available throughout the state.

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As you review the figures below, please be reminded that the serious or critical cases are defined as "the number of patients currently being treated in an Intensive Care Unit (ICU)". A patient with mild condition symptoms may range from asymptomatic or sick with conditions that require hospitalization but not treatment in an ICU. Statistics from the World Health Organization and CDC provide the following breakdown of global cases from earlier today:

  • Worldwide Cases total 31,405,983 compared to 31,169,668 yesterday
  • Deaths worldwide total 967,505 compared to 964,051 yesterday
  • Number of people who have completely recovered worldwide is now 22,990,260 compared to 22,767,787 yesterday

Globally, there are 7,448,218 active cases compared to 7,437,830 active cases yesterday. The active cases are divided between 'mild condition' cases and 'serious or critical condition' cases. Mild cases are now 99 percent of the worldwide active cases.

  • Global serious or Critical Condition cases: 61,491 compared to 61,477 yesterday
  • Worldwide mild condition cases: 7,386,727 compared to 7,376,353 yesterday
  • United States confirmed cases: 7,019,847 compared to 6,994,840 yesterday
  • US Deaths: 204,259 compared to 204,049 yesterday
  • Total US Recoveries: 4,272,199 compared to 4,243,370 yesterday
  • US Active cases: 2,543,389 compared to 2,547,421 yesterday
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases: 14,034 compared to 14,076 yesterday
  • Mild condition: 2,529,355 (99.4%) compared to 2,533,345 (99.4%) yesterday

Illinois reported 1,531 new cases and 29 deaths. Illinois now has a total of 277,266 positive tests and 8,486 deaths.

Since yesterday, there are 108 new cases of COVID-19 in DuPage County with no deaths of persons with COVID-19 infection reported. DuPage now has 16,865 cases and 549 deaths. The CBTS, at the County Fairgrounds, collected 374 samples. The waiting time varied between 12 and 23 minutes.

The seven-day average daily death rate for DuPage County is zero as of yesterday at 8:00 a.m. The chart below shows the high point of the seven-day average with the blue line, which was 11 on May 4th and 5th.

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Positivity Rate, Hospital Admissions, and Medical Bed and ICU Bed Availability metrics remain statistically stable for Region 8, which consists of DuPage County and Kane County.

Kane County recorded 39 cases and no deaths, for a total of 12,714 cases and 327 total deaths.

Region 8 positivity rate as shown below, has increased slightly. The positivity rate remained at 5.5 percent on the 7-day rolling average. Daily hospital admissions remained at 12 on the 7-day rolling average.

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The third metric shown below is medical and surgical bed availability. The target is to have at least 20 percent of the medical and surgical beds available. Today, Region 8 reports that 33 percent of its hospital beds are available and 42 percent of its ICU beds available.

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If Region 8 ICU beds and ventilators were unavailable, other regions would be used to care for sick patients. As such, the Illinois Department of Public Health makes us aware of the hospital and surgical bed availability throughout the state. Those numbers, as seen below, indicate that 1,654 ICU beds and 4,510 ventilators are available throughout the state.

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As you review the figures below, please be reminded that the serious or critical cases are defined as "the number of patients currently being treated in an Intensive Care Unit (ICU)". A patient with mild condition symptoms may range from asymptomatic or sick with conditions that require hospitalization but not treatment in an ICU. Statistics from the World Health Organization and CDC provide the following breakdown of global cases from earlier today:

  • Worldwide Cases total 31,561,798 compared to 31,405,983 yesterday
  • Deaths worldwide total 970,690 compared to 967,505 yesterday
  • Number of people who have completely recovered worldwide is now 23,168,689 compared to 22,990,260 yesterday

Globally, there are 7,422,419 active cases compared to 7,448,218 active cases yesterday. The active cases are divided between 'mild condition' cases and 'serious or critical condition' cases. Mild cases are now 99.2 percent of the worldwide active cases.

  • Global serious or Critical Condition cases: 61,994 compared to 61,491 yesterday
  • Worldwide mild condition cases: 7,360,425 compared to 7,386,727 yesterday
  • United States confirmed cases: 7,051,160 compared to 7,019,847 yesterday
  • US Deaths: 204,708 compared to 204,259 yesterday
  • Total US Recoveries: 4,301,473 compared to 4,272,199 yesterday
  • US Active cases: 2,544,979 compared to 2,543,389 yesterday
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases: 14,053 compared to 14,034 yesterday
  • Mild condition: 2,530,926 (99.4%) compared to 2,533,345 (99.4%) yesterday

Illinois reported 1,848 new cases and 22 deaths. Illinois now has a total of 279,114 positive tests and 8,508 deaths.

Since yesterday, there are 69 new cases of COVID-19 in DuPage County with one death, a female in her 80s. DuPage now has 16,934 cases and 550 deaths.

Since yesterday, there are 69 new cases of COVID-19 in DuPage County with no deaths of persons with COVID-19 infection reported.

Positivity Rate, Hospital Admissions, and Medical Bed and ICU Bed Availability metrics remain statistically stable for Region 8, which consists of DuPage County and Kane County.

Kane County recorded 62 cases and no deaths, for a total of 12,776 cases and 327 total deaths.

Region 8 positivity rate as shown below, has increased slightly. The positivity rate remained at 5.5 percent on the 7-day rolling average. Daily hospital admissions remained at 12 on the 7-day rolling average.

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The third metric shown below is medical and surgical bed availability. The target is to have at least 20 percent of the medical and surgical beds available. Today, Region 8 reports that 33 percent of its hospital beds are available and 43 percent of its ICU beds available.

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If Region 8 ICU beds and ventilators were unavailable, other regions would be used to care for sick patients. As such, the Illinois Department of Public Health makes us aware of the hospital and surgical bed availability throughout the state. Those numbers, as seen below, indicate that 1,526 ICU beds and 4,465 ventilators are available throughout the state.

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As you review the figures below, please be reminded that the serious or critical cases are defined as "the number of patients currently being treated in an Intensive Care Unit (ICU)". A patient with mild condition symptoms may range from asymptomatic or sick with conditions that require hospitalization but not treatment in an ICU. Statistics from the World Health Organization and CDC provide the following breakdown of global cases from earlier today:

  • Worldwide Cases total 31,922,203 compared to 31,561,798 yesterday
  • Deaths worldwide total 977,764 compared to 970,690 yesterday
  • Number of people who have completely recovered worldwide is now 23,519,518 compared to 23,168,689 yesterday

Globally, there are 7,424,921 active cases compared to 7,422,419 active cases yesterday. The active cases are divided between 'mild condition' cases and 'serious or critical condition' cases. Mild cases are now 99.2 percent of the worldwide active cases.

  • Global serious or Critical Condition cases: 62,199 compared to 61,994 yesterday
  • Worldwide mild condition cases: 7,362,722 compared to 7,360,425 yesterday
  • United States confirmed cases: 7,109,867 compared to 7,051,160 yesterday
  • US Deaths: 205,914 compared to 204,708 yesterday
  • Total US Recoveries: 4,365,535 compared to 4,301,473 yesterday
  • US Active cases: 2,538,418 compared to 2,544,979 yesterday
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases: 14,073 compared to 14,053 yesterday
  • Mild condition: 2,524,345 (99.4%) compared to 2,530,926 (99.4%) yesterday

Illinois reported 2,257 new cases and 30 deaths. Illinois now has a total of 281,371 positive tests and 8,538 deaths.

Since yesterday, there are 83 new cases of COVID-19 in DuPage County with three deaths, a female in her 80s and two males in their 80s. DuPage now has 17,017 cases and 550 deaths. The CBTS, at the County Fairgrounds, collected 321 samples. The waiting time varied between 10 and 24 minutes.

Positivity Rate, Hospital Admissions, and Medical Bed and ICU Bed Availability metrics remain statistically stable for Region 8, which consists of DuPage County and Kane County.

Kane County recorded 56 cases and no deaths, for a total of 12,832 cases and 327 total deaths.

Region 8 positivity rate as shown below, remained at 5.5 percent on the 7-day rolling average. Daily hospital admissions remained at 12 on the 7-day rolling average.

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The third metric shown below is medical and surgical bed availability. The target is to have at least 20 percent of the medical and surgical beds available. Today, Region 8 reports that 30 percent of its hospital beds are available and 41 percent of its ICU beds available.

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If Region 8 ICU beds and ventilators were unavailable, other regions would be used to care for sick patients. As such, the Illinois Department of Public Health makes us aware of the hospital and surgical bed availability throughout the state. Those numbers, as seen below, indicate that 1,526 ICU beds and 4,465 ventilators are available throughout the state.

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As you review the figures below, please be reminded that the serious or critical cases are defined as "the number of patients currently being treated in an Intensive Care Unit (ICU)". A patient with mild condition symptoms may range from asymptomatic or sick with conditions that require hospitalization but not treatment in an ICU. Statistics from the World Health Organization and CDC provide the following breakdown of global cases from earlier today:

  • Worldwide Cases total 32, 330,254 compared to 31,922,203 yesterday
  • Deaths worldwide total 985,585 compared to 977,764 yesterday
  • Number of people who have completely recovered worldwide is now 23,830,911 compared to 23,519,518 yesterday

Globally, there are 7,513,758 active cases compared to 7,424,921 active cases yesterday. The active cases are divided between 'mild condition' cases and 'serious or critical condition' cases. Mild cases are now 99.2 percent of the worldwide active cases.

  • Global serious or Critical Condition cases: 63,287 compared to 62,199 yesterday
  • Worldwide mild condition cases: 7,450,471 compared to 7,362,722 yesterday
  • United States confirmed cases: 7,172,572 compared to 7,109,867 yesterday
  • US Deaths: 207,262 compared to 205,914 yesterday
  • Total US Recoveries: 4,418,260 compared to 4,365,535 yesterday
  • US Active cases: 2,547,050 compared to 2,538,418 yesterday
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases: 14,089 compared to 14,073 yesterday
  • Mild condition: 2,533,961 (99.5%) compared to 2,524,345 (99.4%) yesterday

Illinois reported 2,514 new cases and 25 deaths. Illinois now has a total of 283,885 positive tests and 8,563 deaths.

Since yesterday, there are 118 new cases of COVID-19 in DuPage County with four deaths, a male in his 40s, a male in his 70s and two females in their 90s. DuPage now has 17,135 cases and 557 deaths. The CBTS, at the County Fairgrounds, collected 335 samples. The waiting time varied between 7 and 16 minutes.

Positivity Rate, Hospital Admissions, and Medical Bed and ICU Bed Availability metrics remain statistically stable for Region 8, which consists of DuPage County and Kane County.

Kane County recorded 103 cases and no deaths, for a total of 12,935 cases and 327 total deaths.

Region 8 positivity rate as shown below, decreased to 5.3% from 5.5 percent on the 7-day rolling average. Daily hospital admissions decreased from 12 to 11 on the 7-day rolling average.

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The third metric shown below is medical and surgical bed availability. The target is to have at least 20 percent of the medical and surgical beds available. Today, Region 8 reports that 27 percent of its hospital beds are available and 38 percent of its ICU beds available.

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If Region 8 ICU beds and ventilators were unavailable, other regions would be used to care for sick patients. As such, the Illinois Department of Public Health makes us aware of the hospital and surgical bed availability throughout the state. Those numbers, as seen below, indicate that 1,375 ICU beds and 4,522 ventilators are available throughout the state.

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As you review the figures below, please be reminded that the serious or critical cases are defined as "the number of patients currently being treated in an Intensive Care Unit (ICU)". A patient with mild condition symptoms may range from asymptomatic or sick with conditions that require hospitalization but not treatment in an ICU. Statistics from the World Health Organization and CDC provide the following breakdown of global cases from earlier today:

  • Worldwide Cases total 32,517,587 compared to 32, 330,254 yesterday
  • Deaths worldwide total 989,346 compared to 985,585 yesterday
  • Number of people who have completely recovered worldwide is now 23,998,568 compared to 23,830,911 yesterday

Globally, there are 7,529,623 active cases compared to 7,513,758 active cases yesterday. The active cases are divided between 'mild condition' cases and 'serious or critical condition' cases. Mild cases are now 99.2 percent of the worldwide active cases.

  • Global serious or Critical Condition cases: 63,441 compared to 63,287 yesterday
  • Worldwide mild condition cases: 7,466,182 compared to 7,450,471 yesterday
  • United States confirmed cases: 7,199,882 compared to 7,172,572 yesterday
  • US Deaths: 207,818 compared to 207,262 yesterday
  • Total US Recoveries: 4,442,221 compared to 4,418,260 yesterday
  • US Active cases: 2,549,843 compared to 2,547,050 yesterday
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases: 14,156 compared to 14,089 yesterday
  • Mild condition: 2,535,687 (99.4%) compared to 2,533,961 (99.5%) yesterday

Illinois reported 1,604 new cases and 13 deaths. Illinois now has a total of 287,930 positive tests and 8,601 deaths.

Since yesterday, there are 84 new cases of COVID-19 in DuPage County including two deaths of persons with COVID-19 infection reported, a male in his 60s and a male in his 70s. DuPage now has 17,435 cases and 560 deaths.

Positivity Rate, Hospital Admissions, and Medical Bed and ICU Bed Availability metrics remain statistically stable for Region 8, which consists of DuPage County and Kane County.

Kane County recorded 99 cases and no deaths, for a total of 13,092 cases and 327 total deaths.

Region 8 positivity rate as shown below, remained stable at 5.3percent on the 7-day rolling average. Daily hospital admissions remained at 12 on the 7-day rolling average.

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The third metric shown below is medical and surgical bed availability. The target is to have at least 20 percent of the medical and surgical beds available. Today, Region 8 reports that 28 percent of its hospital beds are available and 39 percent of its ICU beds available.

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If Region 8 ICU beds and ventilators were unavailable, other regions would be used to care for sick patients. As such, the Illinois Department of Public Health makes us aware of the hospital and surgical bed availability throughout the state. Those numbers, as seen below, indicate that 1,453 ICU beds and 4,489 ventilators are available throughout the state.

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As you review the figures below, please be reminded that the serious or critical cases are defined as "the number of patients currently being treated in an Intensive Care Unit (ICU)". A patient with mild condition symptoms may range from asymptomatic or sick with conditions that require hospitalization but not treatment in an ICU. Statistics from the World Health Organization and CDC provide the following breakdown of global cases from earlier today:

  • Worldwide Cases total 33,254,062 compared to 32,968,296 yesterday
  • Deaths worldwide total 1,001,239 compared to 996,465 yesterday
  • Number of people who have completely recovered worldwide is now 24,569,653 compared to 24,322,750 yesterday

Globally, there are 7,683,170 active cases compared to 7,649,081 active cases yesterday. The active cases are divided between 'mild condition' cases and 'serious or critical condition' cases. Mild cases are now 99.1 percent of the worldwide active cases.

  • Global serious or Critical Condition cases: 65,343 compared to 64,018 yesterday
  • Worldwide mild condition cases: 7,617,827 compared to 7,585,063 yesterday
  • United States confirmed cases: 7,316,074 compared to 7,274,891 yesterday
  • US Deaths: 209,412 compared to 208,921 yesterday
  • Total US Recoveries: 4,540,053 compared to 4,504,374 yesterday
  • US Active cases: 2,566,609 compared to 2,561,596 yesterday
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases: 14,100 compared to 14,135 yesterday
  • Mild condition: 2,552,509 (99.5%) compared to 2,535,687 (99.4%) yesterday

Illinois reported 1,709 new cases and 13 deaths. Illinois now has a total of 289,639 positive tests and 8,614 deaths.

Since yesterday, there are 107 new cases of COVID-19 in DuPage County including one death of a person with COVID-19 infection reported, a female in her 60s. DuPage now has 17,542 cases and 561 deaths. The CBTS at the DuPage County Fairgrounds collected 422 samples today. The wait time varied between 7 and 32 minutes.

Positivity Rate, Hospital Admissions, and Medical Bed and ICU Bed Availability metrics remain statistically stable for Region 8, which consists of DuPage County and Kane County.

Kane County recorded 68 cases and no deaths, for a total of 13,160 cases and 327 total deaths.

Region 8 positivity rate as shown below, increased from 5.3 percent to 5.4 percent on the 7-day rolling average. Daily hospital admissions remained at 12 on the 7-day rolling average.

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The third metric shown below is medical and surgical bed availability. The target is to have at least 20 percent of the medical and surgical beds available. Today, Region 8 reports that 30 percent of its hospital beds are available and 41 percent of its ICU beds available.

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If Region 8 ICU beds and ventilators were unavailable, other regions would be used to care for sick patients. As such, the Illinois Department of Public Health makes us aware of the hospital and surgical bed availability throughout the state. Those numbers, as seen below, indicate that 1,466 ICU beds and 4,326 ventilators are available throughout the state.

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As you review the figures below, please be reminded that the serious or critical cases are defined as "the number of patients currently being treated in an Intensive Care Unit (ICU)". A patient with mild condition symptoms may range from asymptomatic or sick with conditions that require hospitalization but not treatment in an ICU. Statistics from the World Health Organization and CDC provide the following breakdown of global cases from earlier today:

  • Worldwide Cases total 33,496,428 compared to 33,254,062 yesterday
  • Deaths worldwide total 1,004,195 compared to 1,001,239 yesterday
  • Number of people who have completely recovered worldwide is now 24,763604 compared to 24,569,653 yesterday

Globally, there are 7,678,629 active cases compared to 7,683,170 active cases yesterday. The active cases are divided between 'mild condition' cases and 'serious or critical condition' cases. Mild cases are now 99.2 percent of the worldwide active cases.

  • Global serious or Critical Condition cases:65,229 compared to 65,343 yesterday
  • Worldwide mild condition cases: 7,613,400 compared to 7,617,827 yesterday
  • United States confirmed cases: 7,331,020 compared to 7,316,074 yesterday
  • US Deaths: 209,556 compared to 209,412 yesterday
  • Total US Recoveries: 4,577,409 compared to 4,540,053 yesterday
  • US Active cases: 2,544,055 compared to 2,566,609 yesterday
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases: 14,120 compared to 14,100 yesterday
  • Mild condition: 2,529,935 (99.4%) compared to 2,535,687 (99.5%) yesterday

Illinois reported 1,362 new cases and 23 deaths. Illinois now has a total of 291,001 positive tests and 8,637 deaths.

Since yesterday, there are 122 new cases of COVID-19 in DuPage County. DuPage now has 17,664 cases and 561 deaths. The CBTS at the DuPage County Fairgrounds collected 370 samples today. The wait time varied between 12 and 35 minutes.

Positivity Rate, Hospital Admissions, and Medical Bed and ICU Bed Availability metrics remain statistically stable for Region 8, which consists of DuPage County and Kane County.

Kane County recorded 35 cases and no deaths, for a total of 13,195 cases and 327 total deaths.

Region 8 positivity rate as shown below, remained at 5.4 percent on the 7-day rolling average. Daily hospital admissions decreased to 11 from 12 on the 7-day rolling average.

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The third metric shown below is medical and surgical bed availability. The target is to have at least 20 percent of the medical and surgical beds available. Today, Region 8 reports that 32 percent of its hospital beds are available and 44 percent of its ICU beds available.

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If Region 8 ICU beds and ventilators were unavailable, other regions would be used to care for sick patients. As such, the Illinois Department of Public Health makes us aware of the hospital and surgical bed availability throughout the state. Those numbers, as seen below, indicate that 1,573 ICU beds and 4,526 ventilators are available throughout the state.

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As you review the figures below, please be reminded that the serious or critical cases are defined as "the number of patients currently being treated in an Intensive Care Unit (ICU)". A patient with mild condition symptoms may range from asymptomatic or sick with conditions that require hospitalization but not treatment in an ICU. Statistics from the World Health Organization and CDC provide the following breakdown of global cases from earlier today:

  • Worldwide Cases total 33,738,128 compared to 33,496,428 yesterday
  • Deaths worldwide total 1,009,591 compared to 1,004,195 yesterday
  • Number of people who have completely recovered worldwide is now 25,029,730 compared to 24,763604 yesterday

Globally, there are 7,698,799 active cases compared to 7,678,629 active cases yesterday. The active cases are divided between 'mild condition' cases and 'serious or critical condition' cases. Mild cases are now 99.2 percent of the worldwide active cases.

  • Global serious or Critical Condition cases:65,403 compared to 65,229 yesterday
  • Worldwide mild condition cases: 7,633,396 compared to 7,613,400 yesterday
  • United States confirmed cases: 7,383,995 compared to 7,331,020 yesterday
  • US Deaths: 210,293 compared to 209,556 yesterday
  • Total US Recoveries: 4,633,142 compared to 4,577,409 yesterday
  • US Active cases: 2,540,560 compared to 2,544,055 yesterday
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases: 14,072 compared to 14,120 yesterday
  • Mild condition: 2,526,488(99.4%) compared to 2,529,935 (99.4%) yesterday

Illinois reported 2,273 new cases and 35 deaths. Illinois now has a total of 293,274 positive tests and 8,672 deaths.

Since yesterday, there are 89 new cases of COVID-19 in DuPage County including one death of a person with COVID-19 infection reported a female in her 90s. DuPage now has 17,753 cases and 562 deaths. The CBTS at the DuPage County Fairgrounds collected 378 samples today. The wait time varied between 19 and 29 minutes.

Positivity Rate, Hospital Admissions, and Medical Bed and ICU Bed Availability metrics remain statistically stable for Region 8, which consists of DuPage County and Kane County.

Kane County recorded 48 cases and no deaths, for a total of 13,243 cases and 327 total deaths.

Region 8 positivity rate as shown below, remained at 5.4 percent on the 7-day rolling average. Daily hospital admissions increased from 11 to 12 on the 7-day rolling average.

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The third metric shown below is medical and surgical bed availability. The target is to have at least 20 percent of the medical and surgical beds available. Today, Region 8 reports that 32 percent of its hospital beds are available and 44 percent of its ICU beds available.

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If Region 8 ICU beds and ventilators were unavailable, other regions would be used to care for sick patients. As such, the Illinois Department of Public Health makes us aware of the hospital and surgical bed availability throughout the state. Those numbers, as seen below, indicate that 1,469 ICU beds and 4,517 ventilators are available throughout the state.

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As you review the figures below, please be reminded that the serious or critical cases are defined as "the number of patients currently being treated in an Intensive Care Unit (ICU)". A patient with mild condition symptoms may range from asymptomatic or sick with conditions that require hospitalization but not treatment in an ICU. Statistics from the World Health Organization and CDC provide the following breakdown of global cases from earlier today:

  • Worldwide Cases total 34,061,111 compared to 33,738,128 yesterday
  • Deaths worldwide total 1,016,080 compared to 1,009,591 yesterday
  • Number of people who have completely recovered worldwide is now 25,302,859 compared to 25,029,730 yesterday

Globally, there are 7,742,172 active cases compared to 7,698,799 active cases yesterday. The active cases are divided between 'mild condition' cases and 'serious or critical condition' cases. Mild cases are now 99.2 percent of the worldwide active cases.

  • Global serious or Critical Condition cases: 66,011 compared to 65,403 yesterday
  • Worldwide mild condition cases: 7,676,161 compared to 7,633,396 yesterday
  • United States confirmed cases: 7,425,555 compared to 7,383,995 yesterday
  • US Deaths: 211,286 compared to 210,293 yesterday
  • Total US Recoveries: 4,672,678 compared to 4,633,142 yesterday
  • US Active cases: 2,541,591 compared to 2,540,560 yesterday
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases: 14,205 compared to 14,072 yesterday
  • Mild condition: 2,527,386 (99.4%) compared to 2,526,488 (99.4%) yesterday

Illinois reported 2,167 new cases and 24 deaths. Illinois now has a total of 293,274 positive tests and 8,696 deaths.

Since yesterday, there are 97 new cases of COVID-19 in DuPage County including two deaths of persons with COVID-19 infection reported, both females in their 70s. DuPage now has 17,850 cases and 564 deaths. The CBTS at the DuPage County Fairgrounds collected 423 samples today. The wait time varied between 10 and 23 minutes.

Positivity Rate, Hospital Admissions, and Medical Bed and ICU Bed Availability metrics remain statistically stable for Region 8, which consists of DuPage County and Kane County.

Kane County recorded 94 cases and no deaths, for a total of 13,337 cases and 327 total deaths.

Region 8 positivity rate as shown below, remained at 5.4 percent on the 7-day rolling average. Daily hospital admissions remained at 12 on the 7-day rolling average.

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The third metric shown below is medical and surgical bed availability. The target is to have at least 20 percent of the medical and surgical beds available. Today, Region 8 reports that 31 percent of its hospital beds are available and 44 percent of its ICU beds available.

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If Region 8 ICU beds and ventilators were unavailable, other regions would be used to care for sick patients. As such, the Illinois Department of Public Health makes us aware of the hospital and surgical bed availability throughout the state. Those numbers, as seen below, indicate that 1,463 ICU beds and 4,496 ventilators are available throughout the state.

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As you review the figures below, please be reminded that the serious or critical cases are defined as "the number of patients currently being treated in an Intensive Care Unit (ICU)". A patient with mild condition symptoms may range from asymptomatic or sick with conditions that require hospitalization but not treatment in an ICU. Statistics from the World Health Organization and CDC provide the following breakdown of global cases from earlier today:

  • Worldwide Cases total 34,388,926 compared to 34,061,111 yesterday
  • Deaths worldwide total 1,022,238 compared to 1,016,080 yesterday
  • Number of people who have completely recovered worldwide is now 25,581,163 compared to 25,302,859 yesterday

Globally, there are 7,785,525 active cases compared to 7,742,172 active cases yesterday. The active cases are divided between 'mild condition' cases and 'serious or critical condition' cases. Mild cases are now 99.2 percent of the worldwide active cases.

  • Global serious or Critical Condition cases: 66,069 compared to 66,011 yesterday
  • Worldwide mild condition cases: 7,719,456 compared to 7,676,161 yesterday
  • United States confirmed cases: 7,477,468 compared to 7,425,555 yesterday
  • US Deaths: 212,294 compared to 211,286 yesterday
  • Total US Recoveries: 4,721,243 compared to 4,672,678 yesterday
  • US Active cases: 2,543,931 compared to 2,541,591 yesterday
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases: 14,192 compared to 14,205 yesterday
  • Mild condition: 2,529,739 (99.4%) compared to 2,527,386 (99.4%) yesterday

Illinois reported 2,206 new cases and 47 deaths. Illinois now has a total of 297,646 positive tests and 8,743 deaths.

Since yesterday, there are 86 new cases of COVID-19 in DuPage County including one death of a person with COVID-19 infection reported, a male in his 60s. DuPage now has 17,936 cases and 565 deaths. The CBTS at the DuPage County Fairgrounds collected 428 samples today. The wait time varied between 11 and 15 minutes.

Positivity Rate, Hospital Admissions, and Medical Bed and ICU Bed Availability metrics remain statistically stable for Region 8, which consists of DuPage County and Kane County.

Kane County recorded 42 cases and no deaths, for a total of 13,379 cases and 327 total deaths.

Region 8 positivity rate as shown below, increased from 5.4 percent to 5.5 percent on the 7-day rolling average. Daily hospital admissions remained at 12 on the 7-day rolling average.

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The third metric shown below is medical and surgical bed availability. The target is to have at least 20 percent of the medical and surgical beds available. Today, Region 8 reports that 29 percent of its hospital beds are available and 44 percent of its ICU beds available.

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If Region 8 ICU beds and ventilators were unavailable, other regions would be used to care for sick patients. As such, the Illinois Department of Public Health makes us aware of the hospital and surgical bed availability throughout the state. Those numbers, as seen below, indicate that 1,437 ICU beds and 4,460 ventilators are available throughout the state.

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As you review the figures below, please be reminded that the serious or critical cases are defined as "the number of patients currently being treated in an Intensive Care Unit (ICU)". A patient with mild condition symptoms may range from asymptomatic or sick with conditions that require hospitalization but not treatment in an ICU. Statistics from the World Health Organization and CDC provide the following breakdown of global cases from earlier today:

  • Worldwide Cases total 34,693,468 compared to 34,388,926 yesterday
  • Deaths worldwide total 1,030,509 compared to 1,022,238 yesterday
  • Number of people who have completely recovered worldwide is now 25,782,560 compared to 25,581,163 yesterday

Globally, there are 7,880,399 active cases compared to 7,785,525 active cases yesterday. The active cases are divided between 'mild condition' cases and 'serious or critical condition' cases. Mild cases are now 99.2 percent of the worldwide active cases.

  • Global serious or Critical Condition cases: 66,207 compared to 66,069 yesterday
  • Worldwide mild condition cases: 7,814,192 compared to 7,719,456 yesterday
  • United States confirmed cases: 7,520,529 compared to 7,477,468 yesterday
  • US Deaths: 213,155 compared to 212,294 yesterday
  • Total US Recoveries: 4,755,238 compared to 4,721,243 yesterday
  • US Active cases: 2,552,136 compared to 2,543,931 yesterday
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases: 14,199 compared to 14,192 yesterday
  • Mild condition: 2,538,937 (99.5%) compared to 2,527,386 (99.4%) yesterday

Illinois reported 2,442 new cases and 31 deaths. Illinois now has a total of 300,088 positive tests and 8,774 deaths.

Since yesterday, there are 129 new cases of COVID-19 in DuPage County with no deaths of persons with COVID-19 infection reported. DuPage now has 18,065 cases and 565 deaths.

Positivity Rate, Hospital Admissions, and Medical Bed and ICU Bed Availability metrics remain statistically stable for Region 8, which consists of DuPage County and Kane County.

Kane County recorded 33 cases and no deaths, for a total of 13,412 cases and 327 total deaths.

Region 8 positivity rate as shown below, remained at 5.5 percent on the 7-day rolling average. Daily hospital admissions remained at 12 on the 7-day rolling average.

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The third metric shown below is medical and surgical bed availability. The target is to have at least 20 percent of the medical and surgical beds available. Today, Region 8 reports that 29 percent of its hospital beds are available and 45 percent of its ICU beds available.

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If Region 8 ICU beds and ventilators were unavailable, other regions would be used to care for sick patients. As such, the Illinois Department of Public Health makes us aware of the hospital and surgical bed availability throughout the state. Those numbers, as seen below, indicate that 1,469 ICU beds and 4,517 ventilators are available throughout the state.

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As you review the figures below, please be reminded that the serious or critical cases are defined as "the number of patients currently being treated in an Intensive Care Unit (ICU)". A patient with mild condition symptoms may range from asymptomatic or sick with conditions that require hospitalization but not treatment in an ICU. Statistics from the World Health Organization and CDC provide the following breakdown of global cases from earlier today:

  • Worldwide Cases total 35,054,898 compared to 34,693,468 yesterday
  • Deaths worldwide total 1,036,328 compared to 1,030,509 yesterday
  • Number of people who have completely recovered worldwide is now 26,061,843 compared to 25,782,560 yesterday

Globally, there are 7,956,727active cases compared to 7,880,399 active cases yesterday. The active cases are divided between 'mild condition' cases and 'serious or critical condition' cases. Mild cases are now 99.2 percent of the worldwide active cases.

  • Global serious or Critical Condition cases: 66,262 compared to 66,207 yesterday
  • Worldwide mild condition cases: 7,890,465 compared to 7,814,192 yesterday
  • United States confirmed cases: 7,590,218 compared to 7,520,529 yesterday
  • US Deaths: 214,065 compared to 213,155 yesterday
  • Total US Recoveries: 4,807,847 compared to 4,755,238 yesterday
  • US Active cases: 2,568,306 compared to 2,552,136 yesterday
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases: 14,178 compared to 14,199 yesterday
  • Mild condition: 2,554,128 (99.5%) compared to 2,538,937 (99.5%) yesterday

Illinois reported 3,059 new cases and 32 deaths. Illinois now has a total of 310,700 positive tests and 8,910 deaths. Yesterday, Governor Pritzker announced that the state have conducted over 6 million tests.

Since yesterday, there are 189 new cases of COVID-19 in DuPage County including three deaths of persons with COVID-19 infection reported; a male in his 70s, a female in her 80s, and a male in his 90s DuPage now has 18,729 cases and 575 deaths. Today, the CBTS at the Fairgrounds collected 582 test samples. The waiting time varied between 53 minutes and 1 hour and 6 minutes.

Positivity Rate, Hospital Admissions, and Medical Bed and ICU Bed Availability metrics remain statistically stable for Region 8, which consists of DuPage County and Kane County.

Kane County recorded 108 cases and one death, for a total of 13,822 cases and 331 total deaths.

Region 8 positivity rate as shown below, returned to 4.9 percent from 4.8 percent on the 7-day rolling average. Daily hospital admissions increased to 14 from 13 on the 7-day rolling average.

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The third metric shown below is medical and surgical bed availability. The target is to have at least 20 percent of the medical and surgical beds available. Today, Region 8 reports that 32 percent of its hospital beds are available and 47 percent of its ICU beds available.

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If Region 8 ICU beds and ventilators were unavailable, other regions would be used to care for sick patients. As such, the Illinois Department of Public Health makes us aware of the hospital and surgical bed availability throughout the state. Those numbers, as seen below, indicate that 1,405 ICU beds and 4,482 ventilators are available throughout the state.

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As you review the figures below, please be reminded that the serious or critical cases are defined as "the number of patients currently being treated in an Intensive Care Unit (ICU)". A patient with mild condition symptoms may range from asymptomatic or sick with conditions that require hospitalization but not treatment in an ICU. Statistics from the World Health Organization and CDC provide the following breakdown of global cases from earlier today:

  • Worldwide Cases total 36,662,548 compared to 36,255,681 yesterday
  • Deaths worldwide total 1,064,617 compared to 1,057,756 yesterday
  • Number of people who have completely recovered worldwide is now 27,573,235 compared to 27,296,790 yesterday

Globally, there are 8,024,696 active cases compared to 7,901,135 active cases yesterday. The active cases are divided between 'mild condition' cases and 'serious or critical condition' cases. Mild cases are now 99.1 percent of the worldwide active cases.

  • Global serious or Critical Condition cases: 67,681 compared to 67,989 yesterday
  • Worldwide mild condition cases: 7,957,015 compared to 7,833,146 yesterday
  • United States confirmed cases: 7,816,713 compared to 7,741,758 yesterday
  • US Deaths: 217,455 compared to 216,207 yesterday
  • Total US Recoveries: 5,009,994 compared to 4,956,624 yesterday
  • US Active cases: 2,589,264 compared to 2,568,907 yesterday
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases: 14,561 compared to 14,512 yesterday
  • Mild condition: 2,574,703 (99.4%) compared to 2,554,395 (99.4%) yesterday

Illinois reported 2,905 new cases and 30 deaths. Illinois now has a total of 316,423 positive tests and 8,975 deaths.

Since yesterday, there are 194 new cases of COVID-19 in DuPage County including two deaths of persons with COVID-19 infection reported, a male in his 60s and a male in his 70s. DuPage now has 19,124 cases and 579 deaths.

Positivity Rate, Hospital Admissions, and Medical Bed and ICU Bed Availability metrics remain statistically stable for Region 8, which consists of DuPage County and Kane County.

Kane County recorded 127 cases and no deaths, for a total of 14,036 cases and 334 total deaths.

Region 8 positivity rate as shown below, increased to 5.3 percent from 5.1 percent on the 7-day rolling average. Daily hospital admissions increased from 14 to 15 on the 7-day rolling average.

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The third metric shown below is medical and surgical bed availability. The target is to have at least 20 percent of the medical and surgical beds available. Today, Region 8 reports that 28 percent of its hospital beds are available and 43 percent of its ICU beds available.

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If Region 8 ICU beds and ventilators were unavailable, other regions would be used to care for sick patients. As such, the Illinois Department of Public Health makes us aware of the hospital and surgical bed availability throughout the state. Those numbers, as seen below, indicate that 1,373 ICU beds and 4,446 ventilators are available throughout the state.

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As you review the figures below, please be reminded that the serious or critical cases are defined as "the number of patients currently being treated in an Intensive Care Unit (ICU)". A patient with mild condition symptoms may range from asymptomatic or sick with conditions that require hospitalization but not treatment in an ICU. Statistics from the World Health Organization and CDC provide the following breakdown of global cases from earlier today:

  • Worldwide Cases total 37,318,319 compared to 36,987,310 yesterday
  • Deaths worldwide total 1,075,409 compared to 1,069,832 yesterday
  • Number of people who have completely recovered worldwide is now 28,012,763 compared to 27,799,440 yesterday

Globally, there are 8,230,147 active cases compared to 8,118,038 active cases yesterday. The active cases are divided between 'mild condition' cases and 'serious or critical condition' cases. Mild cases are now 99.2 percent of the worldwide active cases.

  • Global serious or Critical Condition cases: 68,602 compared to 68,208 yesterday
  • Worldwide mild condition cases: 8,161,545 compared to 8,049,830 yesterday
  • United States confirmed cases: 7,920,751 compared to 7,863,045 yesterday
  • US Deaths: 218,940 compared to 218,137 yesterday
  • Total US Recoveries: 5,072,490 compared to 5,041,854 yesterday
  • US Active cases: 2,629,321 compared to 2,603,054 yesterday
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases: 14,781 compared to 14,649 yesterday
  • Mild condition: 2,614,540 (99.4%) compared to 2,588,405 (99.4%) yesterday

Illinois reported 2,727 new cases and 9 deaths. Illinois now has a total of 319,150 positive tests and 8,984 deaths.

Since yesterday, there are 145 new cases of COVID-19 in DuPage County including four deaths of persons with COVID-19 infection reported, two females in their 70s and two females in their 90s. DuPage now has 19,269 cases and 583 deaths.

Positivity Rate, Hospital Admissions, and Medical Bed and ICU Bed Availability metrics remain statistically stable for Region 8, which consists of DuPage County and Kane County.

Kane County recorded 87 cases and one death, for a total of 14,123 cases and 335 total deaths.

Region 8 positivity rate as shown below, increased to 5.6 percent from 5.3 percent on the 7-day rolling average. Daily hospital admissions remained at 15 on the 7-day rolling average.

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The third metric shown below is medical and surgical bed availability. The target is to have at least 20 percent of the medical and surgical beds available. Today, Region 8 reports that 29 percent of its hospital beds are available and 42 percent of its ICU beds available.

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If Region 8 ICU beds and ventilators were unavailable, other regions would be used to care for sick patients. As such, the Illinois Department of Public Health makes us aware of the hospital and surgical bed availability throughout the state. Those numbers, as seen below, indicate that 1,377 ICU beds and 4,476 ventilators are available throughout the state.

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As you review the figures below, please be reminded that the serious or critical cases are defined as "the number of patients currently being treated in an Intensive Care Unit (ICU)". A patient with mild condition symptoms may range from asymptomatic or sick with conditions that require hospitalization but not treatment in an ICU. Statistics from the World Health Organization and CDC provide the following breakdown of global cases from earlier today:

  • Worldwide Cases total 37,644,975 compared to 37,318,319 yesterday
  • Deaths worldwide total 1,079,565 compared to 1,075,409 yesterday
  • Number of people who have completely recovered worldwide is now 28,229,063 compared to 28,012,763 yesterday

Globally, there are 8,336,060 active cases compared to 8,230,147 active cases yesterday. The active cases are divided between 'mild condition' cases and 'serious or critical condition' cases. Mild cases are now 99.2 percent of the worldwide active cases.

  • Global serious or Critical Condition cases: 68,768 compared to 68,602 yesterday
  • Worldwide mild condition cases: 8,267,242 compared to 8,161,545 yesterday
  • United States confirmed cases: 7,974,452 compared to 7,920,751 yesterday
  • US Deaths: 219,568 compared to 218,940 yesterday
  • Total US Recoveries: 5,114,711 compared to 5,072,490 yesterday
  • US Active cases: 2,640,173 compared to 2,629,321 yesterday
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases: 14,717 compared to 14,781 yesterday
  • Mild condition: 2,625,456 (99.4%) compared to 2,614,540 (99.4%) yesterday

Illinois reported 2,742 new cases and 13 deaths. Illinois now has a total of 321,892 positive tests and 8,997 deaths.

Since yesterday, there are 130 new cases of COVID-19 in DuPage County with no deaths of persons with COVID-19 infection reported. DuPage has a total of 19,399 cases and 583 deaths.

Positivity Rate, Hospital Admissions, and Medical Bed and ICU Bed Availability metrics remain statistically stable for Region 8, which consists of DuPage County and Kane County.

Kane County recorded 61 cases and one death, for a total of 14,184 cases and 335 total deaths.

Region 8 positivity rate as shown below, increased to 6.3 percent from 5.6 percent on the 7-day rolling average. Daily hospital admissions increased to 17 from 15 on the 7-day rolling average.

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The third metric shown below is medical and surgical bed availability. The target is to have at least 20 percent of the medical and surgical beds available. Today, Region 8 reports that 31 percent of its hospital beds are available and 44 percent of its ICU beds available.

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If Region 8 ICU beds and ventilators were unavailable, other regions would be used to care for sick patients. As such, the Illinois Department of Public Health makes us aware of the hospital and surgical bed availability throughout the state. Those numbers, as seen below, indicate that 1,503 ICU beds and 4,437 ventilators are available throughout the state.

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As you review the figures below, please be reminded that the serious or critical cases are defined as "the number of patients currently being treated in an Intensive Care Unit (ICU)". A patient with mild condition symptoms may range from asymptomatic or sick with conditions that require hospitalization but not treatment in an ICU. Statistics from the World Health Organization and CDC provide the following breakdown of global cases from earlier today:

  • Worldwide Cases total 37,916,948 compared to 37,644,975 yesterday
  • Deaths worldwide total 1,083,657 compared to 1,079,565 yesterday
  • Number of people who have completely recovered worldwide is now 28,484,650 compared to 28,229,063 yesterday

Globally, there are 8,348,641 active cases compared to 8,336,060 active cases yesterday. The active cases are divided between 'mild condition' cases and 'serious or critical condition' cases. Mild cases are now 99.2 percent of the worldwide active cases.

  • Global serious or Critical Condition cases: 69,984 compared to 68,768 yesterday
  • Worldwide mild condition cases: 8,279,657 compared to 8,267,242 yesterday
  • United States confirmed cases: 8,002,384 compared to 7,974,452 yesterday
  • US Deaths: 219,802 compared to 219,568 yesterday
  • Total US Recoveries: 5,138,536 compared to 5,114,711 yesterday
  • US Active cases: 2,644,046 compared to 2,640,173 yesterday
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases: 14,748 compared to 14,717 yesterday
  • Mild condition: 2,629,298 (99.4%) compared to 2,625,456 (99.4%) yesterday

Illinois reported 2,862 new cases and 48 deaths. Illinois now has a total of 327,605 positive tests and 9,074 deaths.

Since yesterday, there are 167 new cases of COVID-19 in DuPage County including three deaths of persons with COVID-19 infection reported: a male in his 50s, a male in his 60s, and a male in his 70s. DuPage now has 19,723 cases and 586 deaths. The CBTS at the DuPage County Fairgrounds collected 609 samples today. The wait time was approximately between 50 minutes and 1 hour and 19 minutes.

Positivity Rate, Hospital Admissions, and Medical Bed and ICU Bed Availability metrics remain statistically stable, although moving in the wrong direction, for Region 8, which consists of DuPage County and Kane County.

Kane County recorded 146 cases and no deaths, for a total of 14,467 cases and 335 total deaths.

Region 8 positivity rate as shown below, increased to 6.7 percent from 6.4 percent on the 7-day rolling average. Daily hospital admissions remained at 17 on the 7-day rolling average.

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The third metric shown below is medical and surgical bed availability. The target is to have at least 20 percent of the medical and surgical beds available. Today, Region 8 reports that 32 percent of its hospital beds are available and 48 percent of its ICU beds available.

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If Region 8 ICU beds and ventilators were unavailable, other regions would be used to care for sick patients. As such, the Illinois Department of Public Health makes us aware of the hospital and surgical bed availability throughout the state. Those numbers, as seen below, indicate that 1,386 ICU beds and 4,283 ventilators are available throughout the state for the second consecutive day.

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As you review the figures below, please be reminded that the serious or critical cases are defined as "the number of patients currently being treated in an Intensive Care Unit (ICU)". A patient with mild condition symptoms may range from asymptomatic or sick with conditions that require hospitalization but not treatment in an ICU. Statistics from the World Health Organization and CDC provide the following breakdown of global cases from earlier today:

  • Worldwide Cases total 38,594,617 compared to 38,191,128 yesterday
  • Deaths worldwide total 1,093,981 compared to 1,093,370 yesterday
  • Number of people who have completely recovered worldwide is now 29,000,031 compared to 28,692,249 yesterday

Globally, there are 8,500,605 active cases compared to 8,411,509 active cases yesterday. The active cases are divided between 'mild condition' cases and 'serious or critical condition' cases. Mild cases are now 99.2 percent of the worldwide active cases.

  • Global serious or Critical Condition cases: 69,960 compared to 69,376 yesterday
  • Worldwide mild condition cases: 8,430,645 compared to 8,342,133 yesterday
  • United States confirmed cases: 8,108,862 compared to 8,048,212 yesterday
  • US Deaths: 221,184 compared to 220,254 yesterday
  • Total US Recoveries: 5,239,359 compared to 5,197,084 yesterday
  • US Active cases: 2,648,319 compared to 2,630,874 yesterday
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases: 15,090 compared to 14,922 yesterday
  • Mild condition: 2,633,229(99.4%) compared to 2,615,952 (99.4%) yesterday

Illinois reported 4,015 new cases and 53 deaths. Illinois now has a total of 331,620 positive tests and 9,127 deaths.

Since yesterday, there are 175 new cases of COVID-19 in DuPage County including five deaths of persons with COVID-19 infection reported: a female in her 60s, 3 females in their 80s, and one female in her 90s DuPage now has 19,898 cases and 591 deaths. The CBTS at the DuPage County Fairgrounds collected 610 samples. The wait time was approximately between 53 minutes and 1 hour and 17 minutes.

Positivity Rate, Hospital Admissions, and Medical Bed and ICU Bed Availability metrics remain statistically stable for Region 8, which consists of DuPage County and Kane County.

Kane County recorded 127 cases and two deaths, for a total of 14,594 cases and 337 total deaths.

Region 8 positivity rate as shown below, increased to 7 percent from 6.7 percent on the 7-day rolling average. Daily hospital admissions remained at 17 on the 7-day rolling average.

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The third metric shown below is medical and surgical bed availability. The target is to have at least 20 percent of the medical and surgical beds available. Today, Region 8 reports that 31 percent of its hospital beds are available and 46 percent of its ICU beds available.

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If Region 8 ICU beds and ventilators were unavailable, other regions would be used to care for sick patients. As such, the Illinois Department of Public Health makes us aware of the hospital and surgical bed availability throughout the state. Those numbers, as seen below, indicate that 1,354 ICU beds and 4,427 ventilators are available throughout the state.

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As you review the figures below, please be reminded that the serious or critical cases are defined as "the number of patients currently being treated in an Intensive Care Unit (ICU)". A patient with mild condition symptoms may range from asymptomatic or sick with conditions that require hospitalization but not treatment in an ICU. Statistics from the World Health Organization and CDC provide the following breakdown of global cases from earlier today:

  • Worldwide Cases total 39,069,854 compared to 38,594,617 yesterday
  • Deaths worldwide total 1,100,666 compared to 1,093,981 yesterday
  • Number of people who have completely recovered worldwide is now 29,278,079 compared to 29,000,031 yesterday

Globally, there are 8,691,109 active cases compared to 8,500,605 active cases yesterday. The active cases are divided between 'mild condition' cases and 'serious or critical condition' cases. Mild cases are now 99.2 percent of the worldwide active cases.

  • Global serious or Critical Condition cases: 71,019 compared to 69,960 yesterday
  • Worldwide mild condition cases: 8,620,090 compared to 8,430,645 yesterday
  • United States confirmed cases: 8,197,664 compared to 8,108,862 yesterday
  • US Deaths: 222,455 compared to 221,184 yesterday
  • Total US Recoveries: 5,301,455 compared to 5,239,359 yesterday
  • US Active cases: 2,673,265 compared to 2,648,319 yesterday
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases: 15,213 compared to 15,090 yesterday
  • Mild condition: 2,658,052(99.4%) compared to 2,633,229 (99.4%) yesterday

Illinois reported 3,629 new cases and 27 deaths. Illinois now has a total of 339,803 positive tests and 9,192 deaths.

Since yesterday, there are 209 new cases of COVID-19 in DuPage County including two deaths of persons with COVID-19 infection reported: a female in her 40s and a male in his 70s. DuPage now has 20,445 cases and 596 deaths.

Positivity Rate, Hospital Admissions, and Medical Bed and ICU Bed Availability metrics remain statistically stable for Region 8, which consists of DuPage County and Kane County.

Kane County recorded 196 cases and no deaths, for a total of 14,989 cases and 338 total deaths.

Region 8 positivity rate as shown below, increased to 7.9 percent from 7.4 percent on the 7-day rolling average. Daily hospital admissions increased to 19 from 18 on the 7-day rolling average.

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The third metric shown below is medical and surgical bed availability. The target is to have at least 20 percent of the medical and surgical beds available. Today, Region 8 reports that 29 percent of its hospital beds are available and 41 percent of its ICU beds available.

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If Region 8 ICU beds and ventilators were unavailable, other regions would be used to care for sick patients. As such, the Illinois Department of Public Health makes us aware of the hospital and surgical bed availability throughout the state. Those numbers, as seen below, indicate that 1,388 ICU beds and 4,435 ventilators are available throughout the state.

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As you review the figures below, please be reminded that the serious or critical cases are defined as "the number of patients currently being treated in an Intensive Care Unit (ICU)". A patient with mild condition symptoms may range from asymptomatic or sick with conditions that require hospitalization but not treatment in an ICU. Statistics from the World Health Organization and CDC provide the following breakdown of global cases from earlier today:

  • Worldwide Cases total 39,859,039 compared to 39,388,943 yesterday
  • Deaths worldwide total 1,112,733 compared to 1,105,915 yesterday
  • Number of people who have completely recovered worldwide is now 29,807,267 compared to 29,508,233 yesterday

Globally, there are 8,939,039 active cases compared to 8,774,795 active cases yesterday. The active cases are divided between 'mild condition' cases and 'serious or critical condition' cases. Mild cases are now 99.1 percent of the worldwide active cases.

  • Global serious or Critical Condition cases: 71,706 compared to 71,143 yesterday
  • Worldwide mild condition cases: 8,862,333 compared to 8,703,652 yesterday
  • United States confirmed cases: 8,325,109 compared to 8,235,136 yesterday
  • US Deaths: 224,085 compared to 223,045 yesterday
  • Total US Recoveries: 5,412,464 compared to 5,329,170 yesterday
  • US Active cases: 2,688,560 compared to 2,682,921 yesterday
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases: 15,302 compared to 15,274 yesterday
  • Mild condition: 2,673,258 (99.4%) compared to 2,667,647 (99.4%) yesterday

Illinois reported 4,245 new cases and 22 deaths. Illinois now has a total of 344,048 positive tests and 9,214 deaths.

Since yesterday, there are 270 new cases of COVID-19 in DuPage County with no deaths of persons with COVID-19 infection reported. DuPage now has 20,715 cases and 596 deaths.

Positivity Rate, Hospital Admissions, and Medical Bed and ICU Bed Availability metrics remain statistically stable for Region 8, which consists of DuPage County and Kane County.

Kane County recorded 212 cases and three deaths, for a total of 15,201 cases and 341 total deaths.

Region 8 positivity rate as shown below, increased to 8.4 percent from 7.9 percent on the 7-day rolling average. Daily hospital admissions increased to 20 from 19 on the 7-day rolling average.

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The third metric shown below is medical and surgical bed availability. The target is to have at least 20 percent of the medical and surgical beds available. Today, Region 8 reports that 30 percent of its hospital beds are available and 41 percent of its ICU beds available.

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If Region 8 ICU beds and ventilators were unavailable, other regions would be used to care for sick patients. As such, the Illinois Department of Public Health makes us aware of the hospital and surgical bed availability throughout the state. Those numbers, as seen below, indicate that 1,395 ICU beds and 4,347 ventilators are available throughout the state.

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As you review the figures below, please be reminded that the serious or critical cases are defined as "the number of patients currently being treated in an Intensive Care Unit (ICU)". A patient with mild condition symptoms may range from asymptomatic or sick with conditions that require hospitalization but not treatment in an ICU. Statistics from the World Health Organization and CDC provide the following breakdown of global cases from earlier today:

  • Worldwide Cases total 40,218,296 compared to 39,859,039 yesterday
  • Deaths worldwide total 1,117,365 compared to 1,112,733 yesterday
  • Number of people who have completely recovered worldwide is now 30,054,810 compared to 29,807,267 yesterday

Globally, there are 9,046,121 active cases compared to 8,939,039 active cases yesterday. The active cases are divided between 'mild condition' cases and 'serious or critical condition' cases. Mild cases are now 99.1 percent of the worldwide active cases.

  • Global serious or Critical Condition cases: 72,067 compared to 71,706 yesterday
  • Worldwide mild condition cases: 8,794,054 compared to 8,862,333 yesterday
  • United States confirmed cases: 8,380,982 compared to 8,325,109 yesterday
  • US Deaths: 224,643 compared to 224,085 yesterday
  • Total US Recoveries: 5,451,265 compared to 5,412,464 yesterday
  • US Active cases: 2,705,074 compared to 2,688,560 yesterday
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases: 15,418 compared to 15,302 yesterday
  • Mild condition: 2,689,656 (99.4%) compared to 2,673,258 (99.4%) yesterday

Illinois reported 3,113 new cases and 22 deaths. Illinois now has a total of 347,161 positive tests and 9,236 deaths.

Since yesterday, there are 126 new cases of COVID-19 in DuPage County including one death of a person with COVID-19 infection reported, a female in her 70s. DuPage now has 20,841 cases and 597 deaths. The CBTS at the DuPage County Fairgrounds collected 618 samples today. The wait time varied between one hour and 15 minutes and 1 hour and 42 minutes.

Positivity Rate, Hospital Admissions, and Medical Bed and ICU Bed Availability metrics remain statistically stable for Region 8, which consists of DuPage County and Kane County.

Kane County recorded 61 cases and no deaths, for a total of 15,262 cases and 341 total deaths.

Region 8 positivity rate as shown below, increased to 8.5 percent from 8.4 percent on the 7-day rolling average. Daily hospital admissions remained at 20 on the 7-day rolling average.

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The third metric shown below is medical and surgical bed availability. The target is to have at least 20 percent of the medical and surgical beds available. Today, Region 8 reports that 31 percent of its hospital beds are available and 44 percent of its ICU beds available.

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If Region 8 ICU beds and ventilators were unavailable, other regions would be used to care for sick patients. As such, the Illinois Department of Public Health makes us aware of the hospital and surgical bed availability throughout the state. Those numbers, as seen below, indicate that 1,486 ICU beds and 4,498 ventilators are available throughout the state.

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As you review the figures below, please be reminded that the serious or critical cases are defined as "the number of patients currently being treated in an Intensive Care Unit (ICU)". A patient with mild condition symptoms may range from asymptomatic or sick with conditions that require hospitalization but not treatment in an ICU. Statistics from the World Health Organization and CDC provide the following breakdown of global cases from earlier today:

  • Worldwide Cases total 40,507,160 compared to 40,218,296 yesterday
  • Deaths worldwide total 1,121,073 compared to 1,117,365 yesterday
  • Number of people who have completely recovered worldwide is now 30,240,062 compared to 30,054,810 yesterday

Globally, there are 9,146,025 active cases compared to 9,046,121 active cases yesterday. The active cases are divided between 'mild condition' cases and 'serious or critical condition' cases. Mild cases are now 99.2 percent of the worldwide active cases.

  • Global serious or Critical Condition cases: 72,304 compared to 72,067 yesterday
  • Worldwide mild condition cases: 9,073,721 compared to 8,794,054 yesterday
  • United States confirmed cases: 8,399,704 compared to 8,380,982 yesterday
  • US Deaths: 224,889 compared to 224,643 yesterday
  • Total US Recoveries: 5,465,288 compared to 5,451,265 yesterday
  • US Active cases: 2,709,527 compared to 2,705,074 yesterday
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases: 15,384 compared to 15,418 yesterday
  • Mild condition: 2,694,143 (99.4%) compared to 2,689,656 (99.4%) yesterday

Illinois reported 3,714 new cases and 41 deaths. Illinois now has a total of 350,875 positive tests and 9,277 deaths.

Since yesterday, there are 279 new cases of COVID-19 in DuPage County. DuPage now has 21,120 cases and 597 deaths. The CBTS at the DuPage County Fairgrounds collected 602 samples today. The wait time varied between one hour and 54 minutes and 1 hour and 17 minutes.

Positivity Rate, Hospital Admissions, and Medical Bed and ICU Bed Availability metrics remain statistically stable for Region 8, which consists of DuPage County and Kane County.

Kane County recorded 214 cases and no deaths, for a total of 15,476 cases and 341 total deaths.

Region 8 positivity rate as shown below, increased to 9 percent from 8.5 percent on the 7-day rolling average. Daily hospital admissions increased to 21 from 20 on the 7-day rolling average.

Governor Pritzker announced today that at 12:01 a.m. this Friday, Region 8 restaurants will not be allowed to have indoor dining or indoor bar service and in person gatherings will be limited to 25 individuals.

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The third metric shown below is medical and surgical bed availability. The target is to have at least 20 percent of the medical and surgical beds available. Today, Region 8 reports that 34 percent of its hospital beds are available and 47 percent of its ICU beds available.

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If Region 8 ICU beds and ventilators were unavailable, other regions would be used to care for sick patients. As such, the Illinois Department of Public Health makes us aware of the hospital and surgical bed availability throughout the state. Those numbers, as seen below, indicate that 1,460 ICU beds and 4,462 ventilators are available throughout the state.

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As you review the figures below, please be reminded that the serious or critical cases are defined as "the number of patients currently being treated in an Intensive Care Unit (ICU)". A patient with mild condition symptoms may range from asymptomatic or sick with conditions that require hospitalization but not treatment in an ICU. Statistics from the World Health Organization and CDC provide the following breakdown of global cases from earlier today:

  • Worldwide Cases total 40,944,977 compared to 40,507,160 yesterday
  • Deaths worldwide total 1,127,201 compared to 1,121,073 yesterday
  • Number of people who have completely recovered worldwide is now 30,512,790 compared to 30,240,062 yesterday

Globally, there are 9,304,986 active cases compared to 9,146,025 active cases yesterday. The active cases are divided between 'mild condition' cases and 'serious or critical condition' cases. Mild cases are now 99.2 percent of the worldwide active cases.

  • Global serious or Critical Condition cases: 73,300 compared to 72,304 yesterday
  • Worldwide mild condition cases: 9,231,686 compared to 9,073,721 yesterday
  • United States confirmed cases: 8,501,873 compared to 8,399,704 yesterday
  • US Deaths: 225,904 compared to 224,889 yesterday
  • Total US Recoveries: 5,529,858 compared to 5,465,288 yesterday
  • US Active cases: 2,746,111 compared to 2,709,527 yesterday
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases: 15,491 compared to 15,384 yesterday
  • Mild condition: 2,730,620(99.4%) compared to 2,694,143 (99.4%) yesterday

Illinois reported 4,342 new cases and 69 deaths. Illinois now has a total of 355,217 positive tests and 9,345 deaths.

DuPage had 205 new cases of COVID-19 in DuPage County including three deaths of persons with COVID-19 infection reported: a male in his 30s, a male in his 70s and a female in her 70s. DuPage now has 21,120 cases and 600 deaths. The CBTS at the DuPage County Fairgrounds collected 601 samples today. The wait time varied between one hour and 1 hour and 15 minutes.

Positivity Rate, Hospital Admissions, and Medical Bed and ICU Bed Availability metrics remain statistically stable for Region 8, which consists of DuPage County and Kane County.

Kane County recorded 179 cases and one death, for a total of 15,655 cases and 342 total deaths.

Region 8 positivity rate as shown below, increased to 9.2 percent from 9 percent on the 7-day rolling average. Daily hospital admissions remained at 21 on the 7-day rolling average.

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The third metric shown below is medical and surgical bed availability. The target is to have at least 20 percent of the medical and surgical beds available. Today, Region 8 reports that 33 percent of its hospital beds are available and 48 percent of its ICU beds available.

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If Region 8 ICU beds and ventilators were unavailable, other regions would be used to care for sick patients. As such, the Illinois Department of Public Health makes us aware of the hospital and surgical bed availability throughout the state. Those numbers, as seen below, indicate that 1,417 ICU beds and 4,421 ventilators are available throughout the state.

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As you review the figures below, please be reminded that the serious or critical cases are defined as "the number of patients currently being treated in an Intensive Care Unit (ICU)". A patient with mild condition symptoms may range from asymptomatic or sick with conditions that require hospitalization but not treatment in an ICU. Statistics from the World Health Organization and CDC provide the following breakdown of global cases from earlier today:

  • Worldwide Cases total 41,366,766 compared to 40,944,977 yesterday
  • Deaths worldwide total 1,133,559 compared to 1,127,201 yesterday
  • Number of people who have completely recovered worldwide is now 30,799,501 compared to 30,512,790 yesterday

Globally, there are 9,433,706 active cases compared to 9,304,986 active cases yesterday. The active cases are divided between 'mild condition' cases and 'serious or critical condition' cases. Mild cases are now 99.2 percent of the worldwide active cases.

  • Global serious or Critical Condition cases: 74,024 compared to 73,300 yesterday
  • Worldwide mild condition cases: 9,359,682 compared to 9,231,686 yesterday
  • United States confirmed cases: 8,557,785 compared to 8,501,873 yesterday
  • US Deaths: 226,781 compared to 225,904 yesterday
  • Total US Recoveries: 5,562,425 compared to 5,529,858 yesterday
  • US Active cases: 2,768,579 compared to 2,746,111 yesterday
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases: 15,740 compared to 15,491 yesterday
  • Mild condition: 2,752,839 (99.4%) compared to 2,730,620 (99.4%) yesterday

Illinois reported 4,942 new cases and 42 deaths. Illinois now has a total of 360,159 positive tests and 9,387 deaths.

Since yesterday, there are 239 new cases of COVID-19 in DuPage County including three deaths of persons with COVID-19 infection reported: a female in her 40s, a female in her 70s, and a male in his 70s. DuPage County now has a total of 21,564 cases and 603 deaths. The CBTS at the DuPage County Fairgrounds did not open today due to the weather conditions.

Positivity Rate, Hospital Admissions, and Medical Bed and ICU Bed Availability metrics remain statistically stable for Region 8, which consists of DuPage County and Kane County.

Kane County recorded 140 cases and one death, for a total of 15,795 cases and 343 total deaths.

Region 8 positivity rate as shown below, increased to 9.4 percent from 9.2 percent on the 7-day rolling average. Daily hospital admissions increased to 22 from 21 on the 7-day rolling average.

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The third metric shown below is medical and surgical bed availability. The target is to have at least 20 percent of the medical and surgical beds available. Today, Region 8 reports that 29 percent of its hospital beds are available and 46 percent of its ICU beds available.

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If Region 8 ICU beds and ventilators were unavailable, other regions would be used to care for sick patients. As such, the Illinois Department of Public Health makes us aware of the hospital and surgical bed availability throughout the state. Those numbers, as seen below, indicate that 1,329 ICU beds and 4,433 ventilators are available throughout the state.

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As you review the figures below, please be reminded that the serious or critical cases are defined as "the number of patients currently being treated in an Intensive Care Unit (ICU)". A patient with mild condition symptoms may range from asymptomatic or sick with conditions that require hospitalization but not treatment in an ICU. Statistics from the World Health Organization and CDC provide the following breakdown of global cases from earlier today:

  • Worldwide Cases total 41,839,364 compared to 41,366,766 yesterday
  • Deaths worldwide total 1,140,118 compared to 1,133,559 yesterday
  • Number of people who have completely recovered worldwide is now 31,065,626 compared to 30,799,501 yesterday

Globally, there are 9,633,620 active cases compared to 9,433,706 active cases yesterday. The active cases are divided between 'mild condition' cases and 'serious or critical condition' cases. Mild cases are now 99.2 percent of the worldwide active cases.

  • Global serious or Critical Condition cases: 74,693 compared to 74,024 yesterday
  • Worldwide mild condition cases:9,558,927 compared to 9,359,682 yesterday
  • United States confirmed cases: 8,617,314 compared to 8,557,785 yesterday
  • US Deaths: 227,773 compared to 226,781 yesterday
  • Total US Recoveries: 5,615,905 compared to 5,562,425 yesterday
  • US Active cases: 2,778,636 compared to 2,768,579 yesterday
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases: 15,678 compared to 15,740 yesterday
  • Mild condition: 2,757,958 (99.3%) compared to 2,752,839 (99.4%) yesterday

Illinois reported 3,874 new cases and 31 deaths. Illinois now has a total of 364,033 positive tests and 9,418 deaths.

Since yesterday, there are 106 new cases of COVID-19 in DuPage County including two deaths of persons with COVID-19 infection reported: a male in his 40s and a female in her 80s. DuPage County now has a total of 21,670 cases and 605 deaths. The CBTS at the DuPage County Fairgrounds processed 134 samples today and had to close the site early, due to rain and lightning at approximately 8:45 am.

Positivity Rate, Hospital Admissions, and Medical Bed and ICU Bed Availability metrics remain statistically stable for Region 8, which consists of DuPage County and Kane County.

Kane County recorded 114 cases and one death, for a total of 15,909 cases and 344 total deaths.

Region 8 positivity rate as shown below, remained at 9.4 percent on the 7-day rolling average. Daily hospital admissions increased to 23 from 22 on the 7-day rolling average.

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The third metric shown below is medical and surgical bed availability. The target is to have at least 20 percent of the medical and surgical beds available. Today, Region 8 reports that 25 percent of its hospital beds are available and 41 percent of its ICU beds available.

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If Region 8 ICU beds and ventilators were unavailable, other regions would be used to care for sick patients. As such, the Illinois Department of Public Health makes us aware of the hospital and surgical bed availability throughout the state. Those numbers, as seen below, indicate that 1,275 ICU beds and 4,433 ventilators are available throughout the state.

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As you review the figures below, please be reminded that the serious or critical cases are defined as "the number of patients currently being treated in an Intensive Care Unit (ICU)". A patient with mild condition symptoms may range from asymptomatic or sick with conditions that require hospitalization but not treatment in an ICU. Statistics from the World Health Organization and CDC provide the following breakdown of global cases from earlier today:

  • Worldwide Cases total 42,372,109 compared to 41,839,364 yesterday
  • Deaths worldwide total 1,147,214 compared to 1,140,118 yesterday
  • Number of people who have completely recovered worldwide is now 31,363,565 compared 31,065,626 yesterday

Globally, there are 9,861,330 active cases compared to 9,633,620 active cases yesterday. The active cases are divided between 'mild condition' cases and 'serious or critical condition' cases. Mild cases are now 99.2 percent of the worldwide active cases.

  • Global serious or Critical Condition cases: 75,931 compared to 74,693 yesterday
  • Worldwide mild condition cases:9,785,399 compared to 9,558,927 yesterday
  • United States confirmed cases: 8,722,920 compared to 8,617,314 yesterday
  • US Deaths: 229,063 compared to 227,773 yesterday
  • Total US Recoveries: 5,687,551 compared to 5,615,905 yesterday
  • US Active cases: 2,806,306 compared to 2,778,636 yesterday
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases:16,204 compared to 15,678 yesterday
  • Mild condition: 2,790,102 (99.4%) compared to 2,757,958 (99.2%) yesterday

Illinois reported 6,161 new cases and 63 deaths. Illinois now has a total of 370,194 positive tests and 9,481 deaths.

Since yesterday, there are 517 new cases of COVID-19 in DuPage County with no deaths of persons with COVID-19 infection reported. DuPage County now has a total of 22,187 cases and 605 deaths.

Positivity Rate, Hospital Admissions, and Medical Bed and ICU Bed Availability metrics remain statistically stable for Region 8, which consists of DuPage County and Kane County.

Kane County recorded 114 cases and one death, for a total of 15,909 cases and 344 total deaths.

Region 8 positivity rate as shown below, decreased from 9.4 percent to 9.3 percent on the 7-day rolling average. Daily hospital admissions increased to 24 from 23 on the 7-day rolling average.

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The third metric shown below is medical and surgical bed availability. The target is to have at least 20 percent of the medical and surgical beds available. Today, Region 8 reports that 24 percent of its hospital beds are available and 38 percent of its ICU beds available.

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If Region 8 ICU beds and ventilators were unavailable, other regions would be used to care for sick patients. As such, the Illinois Department of Public Health makes us aware of the hospital and surgical bed availability throughout the state. Those numbers, as seen below, indicate that 1,283 ICU beds and 4,446 ventilators are available throughout the state.

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As you review the figures below, please be reminded that the serious or critical cases are defined as "the number of patients currently being treated in an Intensive Care Unit (ICU)". A patient with mild condition symptoms may range from asymptomatic or sick with conditions that require hospitalization but not treatment in an ICU. Statistics from the World Health Organization and CDC provide the following breakdown of global cases from earlier today:

  • Worldwide Cases total 42,840,895 compared to 42,372,109 yesterday
  • Deaths worldwide total 1,153,186 compared to 1,147,214 yesterday
  • Number of people who have completely recovered worldwide is now 31,595,296 compared to 31,363,565 yesterday

Globally, there are 10,092,413 active cases compared to 9,861,330 active cases yesterday. The active cases are divided between 'mild condition' cases and 'serious or critical condition' cases. Mild cases are now 99.2 percent of the worldwide active cases.

  • Global serious or Critical Condition cases: 76,933 compared to 75,931 yesterday
  • Worldwide mild condition cases: 10,015,480 compared to 9,785,399 yesterday
  • United States confirmed cases: 8,809,486 compared to 8,722,920 yesterday
  • US Deaths: 229,961 compared to 229,063 yesterday
  • Total US Recoveries: 5,726,897 compared to 5,687,551 yesterday
  • US Active cases: 2,852,628 compared to 2,806,306 yesterday
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases:16,315 compared to 16,204 yesterday
  • Mild condition: 2,836,313 (99.4%) compared to 2,790,102 (99.4%) yesterday

Illinois reported 4,062 new cases and 24 deaths. Illinois now has a total of 374,256 positive tests and 9,505 deaths.

Since yesterday, there are 152 new cases of COVID-19 in DuPage County including one death of a person with COVID-19 infection reported: a male in his 60s. DuPage County now has a total of 22,339 cases and 606 deaths.

Positivity Rate, Hospital Admissions, and Medical Bed and ICU Bed Availability metrics remain statistically stable for Region 8, which consists of DuPage County and Kane County.

Kane County recorded 447 cases and one death, for a total of 16,356 cases and 345 total deaths.

Region 8 positivity rate as shown below, decreased from 9.3 percent to 9.2 percent on the 7-day rolling average. Daily hospital admissions increased to 25 from 24 on the 7-day rolling average.

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The third metric shown below is medical and surgical bed availability. The target is to have at least 20 percent of the medical and surgical beds available. Today, Region 8 reports that 25 percent of its hospital beds are available and 37 percent of its ICU beds available.

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If Region 8 ICU beds and ventilators were unavailable, other regions would be used to care for sick patients. As such, the Illinois Department of Public Health makes us aware of the hospital and surgical bed availability throughout the state. Those numbers, as seen below, indicate that 1,312 ICU beds and 4,390 ventilators are available throughout the state.

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As you review the figures below, please be reminded that the serious or critical cases are defined as "the number of patients currently being treated in an Intensive Care Unit (ICU)". A patient with mild condition symptoms may range from asymptomatic or sick with conditions that require hospitalization but not treatment in an ICU. Statistics from the World Health Organization and CDC provide the following breakdown of global cases from earlier today:

  • Worldwide Cases total 43,146,329 compared to 42,840,895 yesterday
  • Deaths worldwide total 1,156,973 compared to 1,153,186 yesterday
  • Number of people who have completely recovered worldwide is now 31,778,181 compared to 31,595,296 yesterday

Globally, there are 10,211,175 active cases compared to 10,092,413 active cases yesterday. The active cases are divided between 'mild condition' cases and 'serious or critical condition' cases. Mild cases are now 99.2 percent of the worldwide active cases.

  • Global serious or Critical Condition cases: 77,480 compared to 76,933 yesterday
  • Worldwide mild condition cases: 10,133,695 compared to 10,015,480 yesterday
  • United States confirmed cases: 8,843,160 compared to 8,809,486 yesterday
  • US Deaths: 230,155 compared to 229,961 yesterday
  • Total US Recoveries: 5,743,039 compared to 5,726,897 yesterday
  • US Active cases: 2,869,966 compared to 2,852,628 yesterday
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases:16,363 compared to 16,315 yesterday
  • Mild condition: 2,853,603 (99.4%) compared to 2,836,313 (99.4%) yesterday

Illinois reported 4,729 new cases and 17 deaths. Illinois now has a total of 378,985 positive tests and 9,522 deaths.

Since yesterday, there are 156 new cases of COVID-19 in DuPage County including one death of a person with COVID-19 infection reported, a male in his 60s. DuPage County now has a total of 22,495 cases and 607 deaths. The CBTS at the DuPage County Fairgrounds collected 637 samples today. The wait time varied between approximately one hour and two and a half hours.

The CBTS at the DuPage County Fairgrounds collected 637 samples today. The wait time varied between approximately one hour and two and a half hours.

Positivity Rate, Hospital Admissions, and Medical Bed and ICU Bed Availability metrics remain statistically stable for Region 8, which consists of DuPage County and Kane County.

Kane County recorded 22 cases for a total of 16,378 cases and 345 total deaths.

Region 8 positivity rate as shown below, increased to 9.5 percent from 9.3 percent on the 7-day rolling average. Daily hospital admissions increased to 27 from 25 on the 7-day rolling average.

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The third metric shown below is medical and surgical bed availability. The target is to have at least 20 percent of the medical and surgical beds available. Today, Region 8 reports that 27 percent of its hospital beds are available and 39 percent of its ICU beds available.

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If Region 8 ICU beds and ventilators were unavailable, other regions would be used to care for sick patients. As such, the Illinois Department of Public Health makes us aware of the hospital and surgical bed availability throughout the state. Those numbers, as seen below, indicate that 1,416 ICU beds and 4,426 ventilators are available throughout the state.

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As you review the figures below, please be reminded that the serious or critical cases are defined as "the number of patients currently being treated in an Intensive Care Unit (ICU)". A patient with mild condition symptoms may range from asymptomatic or sick with conditions that require hospitalization but not treatment in an ICU. Statistics from the World Health Organization and CDC provide the following breakdown of global cases from earlier today:

  • Worldwide Cases total 43,682,870 compared to 43,146,329 yesterday
  • Deaths worldwide total 1,162,909 compared to 1,156,973 yesterday
  • Number of people who have completely recovered worldwide is now 32,068,205 compared to 31,778,181 yesterday

Globally, there are 10,451,756 active cases compared to 10,211,175 active cases yesterday. The active cases are divided between 'mild condition' cases and 'serious or critical condition' cases. Mild cases are now 99.2 percent of the worldwide active cases.

  • Global serious or Critical Condition cases: 78,596 compared to 77,480 yesterday
  • Worldwide mild condition cases: 10,373,168 compared to 10,133,695 yesterday
  • United States confirmed cases: 8,928,617 compared to 8,843,160 yesterday
  • US Deaths: 230,779 compared to 230,155 yesterday
  • Total US Recoveries: 5,794,884 compared to 5,743,039 yesterday
  • US Active cases: 2,902,954 compared to 2,869,966 yesterday
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases:16,392 compared to 16,363 yesterday
  • Mild condition: 2,886,562 (99.4%) compared to 2,853,603 (99.4%) yesterday

Illinois reported 4,000 new cases and 46 deaths. Illinois now has a total of 382,985 positive tests and 9,568 deaths.

Since yesterday, there are 101 new cases of COVID-19 in DuPage County with no deaths of persons with COVID-19 infection reported. DuPage County now has a total of 22,596 cases and 607 deaths. The CBTS at the DuPage County Fairgrounds collected 615 samples today. The wait time varied between approximately one hour and two hours and 20 minutes.

Positivity Rate, Hospital Admissions, and Medical Bed and ICU Bed Availability metrics remain statistically stable for Region 8, which consists of DuPage County and Kane County.

Kane County recorded 22 cases for a total of 16,378 cases and 345 total deaths.

Region 8 positivity rate as shown below, remained at 9.5 percent on the 7-day rolling average. Daily hospital admissions increased to 31 from 27 on the 7-day rolling average.

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The third metric shown below is medical and surgical bed availability. The target is to have at least 20 percent of the medical and surgical beds available. Today, Region 8 reports that 29 percent of its hospital beds are available and 43 percent of its ICU beds available.

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If Region 8 ICU beds and ventilators were unavailable, other regions would be used to care for sick patients. As such, the Illinois Department of Public Health makes us aware of the hospital and surgical bed availability throughout the state. Those numbers, as seen below, indicate that 1,458 ICU beds and 4,447 ventilators are available throughout the state.

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As you review the figures below, please be reminded that the serious or critical cases are defined as "the number of patients currently being treated in an Intensive Care Unit (ICU)". A patient with mild condition symptoms may range from asymptomatic or sick with conditions that require hospitalization but not treatment in an ICU. Statistics from the World Health Organization and CDC provide the following breakdown of global cases from earlier today:

  • Worldwide Cases total 44,027,679 compared to 43,682,870 yesterday
  • Deaths worldwide total 1,167,882 compared to 1,162,909 yesterday
  • Number of people who have completely recovered worldwide is now 32,311,797 compared to 32,068,205 yesterday

Globally, there are 10,548,000 active cases compared to 10,451,756 active cases yesterday. The active cases are divided between 'mild condition' cases and 'serious or critical condition' cases. Mild cases are now 99.2 percent of the worldwide active cases.

  • Global serious or Critical Condition cases: 79,547 compared to 78,596 yesterday
  • Worldwide mild condition cases: 10,468,453 compared to 10,373,168 yesterday
  • United States confirmed cases: 8,980,349 compared to 8,928,617 yesterday
  • US Deaths: 231,344 compared to 230,779 yesterday
  • Total US Recoveries: 5,844,165 compared to 5,794,884 yesterday
  • US Active cases: 2,904,840 compared to 2,902,954 yesterday
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases:16,612 compared to 16,392 yesterday
  • Mild condition: 2,888,228 (99.4%) compared to 2,886,562 (99.4%) yesterday

Illinois reported 6,943 new cases and 37 deaths. Illinois now has a total of 402,401 positive tests and 9,711 deaths.

NOTE: Due to delays with the Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH) reporting system used by local health departments, DCHD will not be providing a daily update of new cases and deaths until the issue is resolved. The current number of confirmed cases and deaths in DuPage County are available at the IDPH website here: https://www.dph.illinois.gov/covid19/covid19-statistics.

DuPage County Health Department (DCHD) recognizes that the COVID-19 Dashboard is an important tool for decision making and many within the community rely on these data. DCHD is working with IDPH to provide up-to-date information.

The CBTS at the DuPage County Fairgrounds collected 626 samples today. The wait time varied between approximately one hour fifteen minutes and two hours fourteen minutes.

Positivity Rate, Hospital Admissions, and Medical Bed and ICU Bed Availability metrics remain statistically stable for Region 8, which consists of DuPage County and Kane County.

Region 8 positivity rate as shown below, increased to 9.8 from 9.6 percent on the 7-day rolling average. Daily hospital admissions increased to 36 from 33 on the 7-day rolling average.

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The third metric shown below is medical and surgical bed availability. The target is to have at least 20 percent of the medical and surgical beds available. Today, Region 8 reports that 23 percent of its hospital beds are available and 40 percent of its ICU beds available.

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If Region 8 ICU beds and ventilators were unavailable, other regions would be used to care for sick patients. As such, the Illinois Department of Public Health makes us aware of the hospital and surgical bed availability throughout the state. Those numbers, as seen below, indicate that 1,243 ICU beds and 4,286 ventilators are available throughout the state.

Statistics

As you review the figures below, please be reminded that the serious or critical cases are defined as "the number of patients currently being treated in an Intensive Care Unit (ICU)". A patient with mild condition symptoms may range from asymptomatic or sick with conditions that require hospitalization but not treatment in an ICU. Statistics from the World Health Organization and CDC provide the following breakdown of global cases from earlier today:

  • Worldwide Cases total 45,851,028 compared to 45,211,104 yesterday
  • Deaths worldwide total 1,192,558 compared to 1,184,097 yesterday
  • Number of people who have completely recovered worldwide is now 33,194,716 compared to 32,899,174 yesterday

Globally, there are 11,463,754 active cases compared to 11,127,833 active cases yesterday. The active cases are divided between 'mild condition' cases and 'serious or critical condition' cases. Mild cases are now 99.3 percent of the worldwide active cases.

  • Global serious or Critical Condition cases: 83,133 compared to 82,230 yesterday
  • Worldwide mild condition cases: 11,380,621 compared to 11,045,603 yesterday
  • United States confirmed cases: 9,304,387 compared to 9,178,991 yesterday
  • US Deaths: 235,085 compared to 233,785 yesterday
  • Total US Recoveries: 6,015,051 compared to 5,957,155 yesterday
  • US Active cases: 3,054,251 compared to 2,988,051 yesterday
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases:16,983 compared to 16,870 yesterday
  • Mild condition: 3,037,268 (99.4%) compared to 2,971,181 (99.4%) yesterday

Illinois reported 7,899 new cases and 46 deaths. Illinois now has a total of 410,300 positive tests and 9,757 deaths.

NOTE: Due to delays with the Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH) reporting system used by local health departments, DCHD will not be providing a daily update of new cases and deaths until the issue is resolved. The current number of confirmed cases and deaths in DuPage County are available at the IDPH website here: https://www.dph.illinois.gov/covid19/covid19-statistics.

DuPage County Health Department (DCHD) recognizes that the COVID-19 Dashboard is an important tool for decision making and many within the community rely on these data. DCHD is working with IDPH to provide up-to-date information.

Positivity Rate, Hospital Admissions, and Medical Bed and ICU Bed Availability metrics remain statistically stable for Region 8, which consists of DuPage County and Kane County.

Region 8 positivity rate as shown below, increased to 10.2 from 9.8 percent on the 7-day rolling average. Daily hospital admissions increased to 38 from 36 on the 7-day rolling average.

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The third metric shown below is medical and surgical bed availability. The target is to have at least 20 percent of the medical and surgical beds available. Today, Region 8 reports that 23 percent of its hospital beds are available and 40 percent of its ICU beds available.

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If Region 8 ICU beds and ventilators were unavailable, other regions would be used to care for sick patients. As such, the Illinois Department of Public Health makes us aware of the hospital and surgical bed availability throughout the state. Those numbers, as seen below, indicate that 1,270 ICU beds and 4,302 ventilators are available throughout the state.

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As you review the figures below, please be reminded that the serious or critical cases are defined as "the number of patients currently being treated in an Intensive Care Unit (ICU)". A patient with mild condition symptoms may range from asymptomatic or sick with conditions that require hospitalization but not treatment in an ICU. Statistics from the World Health Organization and CDC provide the following breakdown of global cases from earlier today:

  • Worldwide Cases total 46,266,179 compared to 45,851,028 yesterday
  • Deaths worldwide total 1,198,461 compared to 1,192,558 yesterday
  • Number of people who have completely recovered worldwide is now 33,426,509 compared to 33,194,716 yesterday

Globally, there are 11,641,209 active cases compared to 11,463,754 active cases yesterday. The active cases are divided between 'mild condition' cases and 'serious or critical condition' cases. Mild cases are now 99.3 percent of the worldwide active cases.

  • Global serious or Critical Condition cases: 84,022 compared to 83,133 yesterday
  • Worldwide mild condition cases: 11,557,187 compared to 11,380,621 yesterday
  • United States confirmed cases: 9,383,695 compared to 9,304,387 yesterday
  • US Deaths: 235,897 compared to 235,085 yesterday
  • Total US Recoveries: 6,053,664 compared to 6,015,051 yesterday
  • US Active cases: 3,094,134 compared to 3,054,251 yesterday
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases:17,163 compared to 16,983 yesterday
  • Mild condition: 3,076,971 (99.4%) compared to 3,037,268 (99.4%) yesterday

Illinois reported 6,980 new cases and 35 deaths. Illinois now has a total of 417,280 positive tests and 9,792 deaths.

NOTE: Due to delays with the Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH) reporting system used by local health departments, DCHD will not be providing a daily update of new cases and deaths until the issue is resolved. The current number of confirmed cases and deaths in DuPage County are available at the IDPH website here: https://www.dph.illinois.gov/covid19/covid19-statistics.

DuPage County Health Department (DCHD) recognizes that the COVID-19 Dashboard is an important tool for decision making and many within the community rely on these data. DCHD is working with IDPH to provide up-to-date information.

Positivity Rate, Hospital Admissions, and Medical Bed and ICU Bed Availability metrics remain statistically stable for Region 8, which consists of DuPage County and Kane County.

Region 8 positivity rate as shown below, increased to 10.6 from 10.2 percent on the 7-day rolling average. Daily hospital admissions remained at 38 on the 7-day rolling average.

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The third metric shown below is medical and surgical bed availability. The target is to have at least 20 percent of the medical and surgical beds available. Today, Region 8 reports that 23 percent of its hospital beds are available and 36 percent of its ICU beds available.

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If Region 8 ICU beds and ventilators were unavailable, other regions would be used to care for sick patients. As such, the Illinois Department of Public Health makes us aware of the hospital and surgical bed availability throughout the state. Those numbers, as seen below, indicate that 1,296 ICU beds and 4,380 ventilators are available throughout the state.

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As you review the figures below, please be reminded that the serious or critical cases are defined as "the number of patients currently being treated in an Intensive Care Unit (ICU)". A patient with mild condition symptoms may range from asymptomatic or sick with conditions that require hospitalization but not treatment in an ICU. Statistics from the World Health Organization and CDC provide the following breakdown of global cases from earlier today:

  • Worldwide Cases total 46,747,764 compared to 46,266,179 yesterday
  • Deaths worldwide total 1,204,133 compared to 1,198,461 yesterday
  • Number of people who have completely recovered worldwide is now 33,658,187 compared to 33,426,509 yesterday

Globally, there are 11,885,444 active cases compared to 11,641,209 active cases yesterday. The active cases are divided between 'mild condition' cases and 'serious or critical condition' cases. Mild cases are now 99.3 percent of the worldwide active cases.

  • Global serious or Critical Condition cases: 85,150 compared to 84,022 yesterday
  • Worldwide mild condition cases: 11,800,294 compared to 11,557,187 yesterday
  • United States confirmed cases: 9454,443 compared to 9,383,695 yesterday
  • US Deaths: 236,349 compared to 235,897 yesterday
  • Total US Recoveries: 6,079,809 compared to 6,053,664 yesterday
  • US Active cases: 3,138,285 compared to 3,094,134 yesterday
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases:17,219 compared to 17,163 yesterday
  • Mild condition: 3,121,066 (99.5%) compared to 3,076,971 (99.4%) yesterday

Illinois reported 6,222 new cases and 18 deaths. Illinois now has a total of 423,502 positive tests and 9,810 deaths.

The CBTS at the DuPage County Fairgrounds collected 622 samples today. The waiting time varied between two hours and two hours and twenty four minutes.

NOTE: Due to delays with the Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH) reporting system used by local health departments, DCHD will not be providing a daily update of new cases and deaths until the issue is resolved. The current number of confirmed cases and deaths in DuPage County are available at the IDPH website here: https://www.dph.illinois.gov/covid19/covid19-statistics.

DuPage County Health Department (DCHD) recognizes that the COVID-19 Dashboard is an important tool for decision making and many within the community rely on these data. DCHD is working with IDPH to provide up-to-date information.

Positivity Rate, Hospital Admissions, and Medical Bed and ICU Bed Availability metrics remain statistically stable for Region 8, which consists of DuPage County and Kane County.

Region 8 positivity rate as shown below, increased to 11.1 from 10.6 percent on the 7-day rolling average. Daily hospital admissions increased to 40 from 38 on the 7-day rolling average.

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The third metric shown below is medical and surgical bed availability. The target is to have at least 20 percent of the medical and surgical beds available. Today, Region 8 reports that 26 percent of its hospital beds are available and 37 percent of its ICU beds available.

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If Region 8 ICU beds and ventilators were unavailable, other regions would be used to care for sick patients. As such, the Illinois Department of Public Health makes us aware of the hospital and surgical bed availability throughout the state. Those numbers, as seen below, indicate that 1,309 ICU beds and 4,350 ventilators are available throughout the state.

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As you review the figures below, please be reminded that the serious or critical cases are defined as "the number of patients currently being treated in an Intensive Care Unit (ICU)". A patient with mild condition symptoms may range from asymptomatic or sick with conditions that require hospitalization but not treatment in an ICU. Statistics from the World Health Organization and CDC provide the following breakdown of global cases from earlier today:

  • Worldwide Cases total 47,180,872 compared to 46,747,764 yesterday
  • Deaths worldwide total 1,209,215 compared to 1,204,133 yesterday
  • Number of people who have completely recovered worldwide is now 33,927,930 compared to 33,658,187 yesterday

Globally, there are 12,043,727 active cases compared to 11,885,444 active cases yesterday. The active cases are divided between 'mild condition' cases and 'serious or critical condition' cases. Mild cases are now 99.3 percent of the worldwide active cases.

  • Global serious or Critical Condition cases: 86,097 compared to 85,150 yesterday
  • Worldwide mild condition cases: 11,957,630 compared to 11,800,294 yesterday
  • United States confirmed cases:9,494,639 compared to 9,454,443 yesterday
  • US Deaths: 236,601 compared to 236,349 yesterday
  • Total US Recoveries: 6,127,382 compared to 6,079,809 yesterday
  • US Active cases: 3,130,656 compared to 3,138,285 yesterday
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases:17,209 compared to 17,219 yesterday
  • Mild condition: 3,113,447 (99.5%) compared to 3,121,066 (99.4%) yesterday

Illinois reported 6,516 new cases and 68 deaths. Illinois now has a total of 430,018 positive tests and 9,878 deaths.

The CBTS at the DuPage County Fairgrounds collected 622 samples today. The waiting time varied between two hours and two hours and twenty-four minutes.

NOTE: Due to delays with the Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH) reporting system used by local health departments, DCHD will not be providing a daily update of new cases and deaths until the issue is resolved. The current number of confirmed cases and deaths in DuPage County are available at the IDPH website here: https://www.dph.illinois.gov/covid19/covid19-statistics.

DuPage County Health Department (DCHD) recognizes that the COVID-19 Dashboard is an important tool for decision making and many within the community rely on these data. DCHD is working with IDPH to provide up-to-date information.

Positivity Rate, Hospital Admissions, and Medical Bed and ICU Bed Availability metrics remain statistically stable for Region 8, which consists of DuPage County and Kane County.

Region 8 positivity rate as shown below, increased to 11.6 from 11.1 percent on the 7-day rolling average. Daily hospital admissions remained at 40 on the 7-day rolling average.

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The third metric shown below is medical and surgical bed availability. The target is to have at least 20 percent of the medical and surgical beds available. Today, Region 8 reports that 29 percent of its hospital beds are available and 38 percent of its ICU beds available.

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If Region 8 ICU beds and ventilators were unavailable, other regions would be used to care for sick patients. As such, the Illinois Department of Public Health makes us aware of the hospital and surgical bed availability throughout the state. Those numbers, as seen below, indicate that 1,351 ICU beds and 4,304 ventilators are available throughout the state.

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As you review the figures below, please be reminded that the serious or critical cases are defined as "the number of patients currently being treated in an Intensive Care Unit (ICU)". A patient with mild condition symptoms may range from asymptomatic or sick with conditions that require hospitalization but not treatment in an ICU. Statistics from the World Health Organization and CDC provide the following breakdown of global cases from earlier today:

  • Worldwide Cases total 47,609,932 compared to 47,180,872 yesterday
  • Deaths worldwide total 1,215,586 compared to 1,209,215 yesterday
  • Number of people who have completely recovered worldwide is now 34,204,449 compared to 33,927,930 yesterday

Globally, there are 12,189,897 active cases compared to 12,043,727 active cases yesterday. The active cases are divided between 'mild condition' cases and 'serious or critical condition' cases. Mild cases are now 99.3 percent of the worldwide active cases.

  • Global serious or Critical Condition cases: 87,582 compared to 86,097 yesterday
  • Worldwide mild condition cases: 12,102,315 compared to 11,957,630 yesterday
  • United States confirmed cases:9,582,900 compared to 9,494,639 yesterday
  • US Deaths: 237,261 compared to 236,601 yesterday
  • Total US Recoveries:6,175,120 compared to 6,127,382 yesterday
  • US Active cases: 3,179,519 compared to 3,130,656 yesterday
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases:17,595 compared to 17,209 yesterday
  • Mild condition: 3,152,924(99.2%) compared to 3,113,447 (99.5%) yesterday

Illinois reported 7,538 new cases and 55 deaths. Illinois now has a total of 437,556 positive tests and 9,933 deaths.

The CBTS at the DuPage County Fairgrounds collected 560 samples today. The waiting time averaged over two hours throughout the day.

NOTE: Due to delays with the Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH) reporting system used by local health departments, DCHD will not be providing a daily update of new cases and deaths until the issue is resolved. The current number of confirmed cases and deaths in DuPage County are available at the IDPH website here: https://www.dph.illinois.gov/covid19/covid19-statistics.

DuPage County Health Department (DCHD) recognizes that the COVID-19 Dashboard is an important tool for decision making and many within the community rely on these data. DCHD is working with IDPH to provide up-to-date information.

Positivity Rate, Hospital Admissions, and Medical Bed and ICU Bed Availability metrics remain statistically stable for Region 8, which consists of DuPage County and Kane County.

Region 8 positivity rate as shown below, increased to 12.1 from 11.6 percent on the 7-day rolling average. Daily hospital admissions increased from 40 to 42 on the 7-day rolling average.

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The third metric shown below is medical and surgical bed availability. The target is to have at least 20 percent of the medical and surgical beds available. Today, Region 8 reports that 29 percent of its hospital beds are available and 37 percent of its ICU beds available.

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If Region 8 ICU beds and ventilators were unavailable, other regions would be used to care for sick patients. As such, the Illinois Department of Public Health makes us aware of the hospital and surgical bed availability throughout the state. Those numbers, as seen below, indicate that 1,253 ICU beds and 4,273 ventilators are available throughout the state.

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As you review the figures below, please be reminded that the serious or critical cases are defined as "the number of patients currently being treated in an Intensive Care Unit (ICU)". A patient with mild condition symptoms may range from asymptomatic or sick with conditions that require hospitalization but not treatment in an ICU. Statistics from the World Health Organization and CDC provide the following breakdown of global cases from earlier today:

  • Worldwide Cases total 48,175,509 compared to 47,609,932 yesterday
  • Deaths worldwide total 1,225,341 compared to 1,215,586 yesterday
  • Number of people who have completely recovered worldwide is now 34,513,177 compared to 34,204,449 yesterday

Globally, there are 12,436,991 active cases compared to 12,189,897 active cases yesterday. The active cases are divided between 'mild condition' cases and 'serious or critical condition' cases. Mild cases are now 99.3 percent of the worldwide active cases.

  • Global serious or Critical Condition cases: 88,623 compared to 87,582 yesterday
  • Worldwide mild condition cases: 12,348,368 compared to 12,102,315 yesterday
  • United States confirmed cases:9,709,864 compared to 9,582,900 yesterday
  • US Deaths: 238,907 compared to 237,261 yesterday
  • Total US Recoveries: 6,239,124 compared to 6,175,120 yesterday
  • US Active cases: 3,231,833 compared to 3,179,519 yesterday
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases:17,834 compared to 17,595 yesterday
  • Mild condition: 3,213,999 (99.4%) compared to 3,152,924 (99.2%) yesterday

Illinois reported 10,376 new cases and 49 deaths. Illinois now has a total of 465,540 positive tests and 10,079 deaths.

The CBTS at the DuPage County Fairgrounds collected 634 samples today. The waiting time varied between one hour and 28 minutes to two hours and 53 minutes throughout the day.

NOTE: Due to delays with the Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH) reporting system used by local health departments, DCHD will not be providing a daily update of new cases and deaths until the issue is resolved. The current number of confirmed cases and deaths in DuPage County are available at the IDPH website here: https://www.dph.illinois.gov/covid19/covid19-statistics.

DuPage County Health Department (DCHD) recognizes that the COVID-19 Dashboard is an important tool for decision making and many within the community rely on these data. DCHD is working with IDPH to provide up-to-date information.

Positivity Rate, Hospital Admissions, and Medical Bed and ICU Bed Availability metrics remain statistically stable for Region 8, which consists of DuPage County and Kane County.

Region 8 positivity rate as shown below, increased to 12.7 from 12.2 percent on the 7-day rolling average. Daily hospital admissions increased from 45 to 46 on the 7-day rolling average.

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The third metric shown below is medical and surgical bed availability. The target is to have at least 20 percent of the medical and surgical beds available. Today, Region 8 reports that 23 percent of its hospital beds are available and 37 percent of its ICU beds available.

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If Region 8 ICU beds and ventilators were unavailable, other regions would be used to care for sick patients. As such, the Illinois Department of Public Health makes us aware of the hospital and surgical bed availability throughout the state. Those numbers, as seen below, indicate that 1,206 ICU beds and 4,248 ventilators are available throughout the state.

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As you review the figures below, please be reminded that the serious or critical cases are defined as "the number of patients currently being treated in an Intensive Care Unit (ICU)". A patient with mild condition symptoms may range from asymptomatic or sick with conditions that require hospitalization but not treatment in an ICU. Statistics from the World Health Organization and CDC provide the following breakdown of global cases from earlier today:

  • Worldwide Cases total 49,448,891 compared to 48,745,349 yesterday
  • Deaths worldwide total 1,245,545 compared to 1,235,413 yesterday
  • Number of people who have completely recovered worldwide is now 35,165,471 compared to 34,860,120 yesterday

Globally, there are 13,037,875 active cases compared to 12,649,816 active cases yesterday. The active cases are divided between 'mild condition' cases and 'serious or critical condition' cases. Mild cases are now 99.3 percent of the worldwide active cases.

  • Global serious or Critical Condition cases: 90,664 compared to 89,761 yesterday
  • Worldwide mild condition cases: 12,947,211 compared to 12,560,055 yesterday
  • United States confirmed cases: 9,952,503 compared to 9,839,227 yesterday
  • US Deaths: 241,291 compared to 240,203 yesterday
  • Total US Recoveries: 6,346,783 compared to 6,303,512 yesterday
  • US Active cases: 3,364,429 compared to 3,295,512 yesterday
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases:18,158 compared to 18,062 yesterday
  • Mild condition: 3,346,271(99.5%) compared to 3,277,450 (99.5%) yesterday

Illinois reported 12,438 new cases and 75 deaths. Illinois now has a total of 477,978 positive tests and 10,154 deaths.

Since yesterday, there are 563 new cases of COVID-19 in DuPage County with four deaths of persons with COVID-19 infection reported: * 1 male 70s * 1 female 80s * 1 male 80s * 1 male 90s. The total cases in DuPage is 27,453. DuPage has recorded 633 deaths.

NOTE: Due to delays with the Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH) reporting system used by local health departments there may be a discrepancy between numbers on the state site and our numbers. The current number of confirmed cases and deaths in DuPage County are also available at the IDPH website here: https://www.dph.illinois.gov/covid19/covid19-statistics.

DuPage County Health Department (DCHD) recognizes that the COVID-19 Dashboard is an important tool for decision making and many within the community rely on these data. DCHD is working with IDPH to provide up-to-date information.

Positivity Rate, Hospital Admissions, and Medical Bed and ICU Bed Availability metrics remain statistically stable for Region 8, which consists of DuPage County and Kane County.

Region 8 positivity rate as shown below, increased to 12.9 from 12.7 percent on the 7-day rolling average. Daily hospital admissions remained at 46 on the 7-day rolling average.

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The third metric shown below is medical and surgical bed availability. The target is to have at least 20 percent of the medical and surgical beds available. Today, Region 8 reports that 22 percent of its hospital beds are available and 38 percent of its ICU beds available.

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If Region 8 ICU beds and ventilators were unavailable, other regions would be used to care for sick patients. As such, the Illinois Department of Public Health makes us aware of the hospital and surgical bed availability throughout the state. Those numbers, as seen below, indicate that 1,216 ICU beds and 4,247 ventilators are available throughout the state.

Statistics

As you review the figures below, please be reminded that the serious or critical cases are defined as "the number of patients currently being treated in an Intensive Care Unit (ICU)". A patient with mild condition symptoms may range from asymptomatic or sick with conditions that require hospitalization but not treatment in an ICU. Statistics from the World Health Organization and CDC provide the following breakdown of global cases from earlier today:

  • Worldwide Cases total 50,025,110 compared to 49,448,891 yesterday
  • Deaths worldwide total 1,253,715 compared to 1,245,545 yesterday
  • Number of people who have completely recovered worldwide is now 35,448,281 compared to 35,165,471 yesterday

Globally, there are 13,323,114 active cases compared to 13,037,875 active cases yesterday. The active cases are divided between 'mild condition' cases and 'serious or critical condition' cases. Mild cases are now 99.3 percent of the worldwide active cases.

  • Global serious or Critical Condition cases: 91,532 compared to 90,664 yesterday
  • Worldwide mild condition cases: 13,231,582 compared to 12,947,211 yesterday
  • United States confirmed cases: 10,114,475 compared to 9,952,503 yesterday
  • US Deaths: 242,682 compared to 241,291 yesterday
  • Total US Recoveries: 6,399,837 compared to 6,346,783 yesterday
  • US Active cases: 3,471,956 compared to 3,364,429 yesterday
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases:18,322 compared to 18,158 yesterday
  • Mild condition: 3,453,634 (99.5%) compared to 3,346,271 (99.5%) yesterday

Illinois reported 10,009 new cases and 42 deaths. Illinois now has a total of 487,987 positive tests and 10,196 deaths.

Since yesterday, there are 777 new cases of COVID-19 in DuPage County with three deaths of persons with COVID-19 infection reported: * 1 female 60s * 1 male 60s * 1 female 90s. DuPage has 28,230 total positive tests including 636 deaths.

NOTE: Due to delays with the Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH) reporting system used by local health departments, daily updates of new cases and deaths may not match the IDPH website until the issue is resolved. The current number of confirmed cases and deaths in DuPage County are available at the IDPH website here: https://www.dph.illinois.gov/covid19/covid19-statistics.

DuPage County Health Department (DCHD) recognizes that the COVID-19 Dashboard is an important tool for decision making and many within the community rely on these data. DCHD is working with IDPH to provide up-to-date information.

Positivity Rate, Hospital Admissions, and Medical Bed and ICU Bed Availability metrics remain statistically stable for Region 8, which consists of DuPage County and Kane County.

Region 8 positivity rate as shown below, increased to 13.3 from 12.9 percent on the 7-day rolling average. Daily hospital admissions increased from 46 to 52 on the 7-day rolling average.

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The third metric shown below is medical and surgical bed availability. The target is to have at least 20 percent of the medical and surgical beds available. Today, Region 8 reports that 23 percent of its hospital beds are available and 37 percent of its ICU beds available.

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If Region 8 ICU beds and ventilators were unavailable, other regions would be used to care for sick patients. As such, the Illinois Department of Public Health makes us aware of the hospital and surgical bed availability throughout the state. Those numbers, as seen below, indicate that 1,207 ICU beds and 4,292 ventilators are available throughout the state.

Statistics

As you review the figures below, please be reminded that the serious or critical cases are defined as "the number of patients currently being treated in an Intensive Care Unit (ICU)". A patient with mild condition symptoms may range from asymptomatic or sick with conditions that require hospitalization but not treatment in an ICU. Statistics from the World Health Organization and CDC provide the following breakdown of global cases from earlier today:

  • Worldwide Cases total 50,675,212 compared to 50,025,110 yesterday
  • Deaths worldwide total 1,260,747 compared to 1,253,715 yesterday
  • Number of people who have completely recovered worldwide is now 35,740,494 compared to 35,448,281 yesterday

Globally, there are 13,673,971 active cases compared to 13,323,114 active cases yesterday. The active cases are divided between 'mild condition' cases and 'serious or critical condition' cases. Mild cases are now 99.3 percent of the worldwide active cases.

  • Global serious or Critical Condition cases: 92,391 compared to 91,532 yesterday
  • Worldwide mild condition cases: 13,581,580 compared to 13,231,582 yesterday
  • United States confirmed cases: 10,262,429 compared to 10,114,475 yesterday
  • US Deaths: 243,650 compared to 242,682 yesterday
  • Total US Recoveries: 6,474,047 compared to 6,399,837 yesterday
  • US Active cases: 3,544,732 compared to 3,471,956 yesterday
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases:18,416 compared to 18,322 yesterday
  • Mild condition: 3,526,316 (99.5%) compared to 3,453,634 (99.5%) yesterday

Illinois reported 10,573 new cases and 14 deaths. Illinois now has a total of 498,560 positive tests and 10,210 deaths.

Since yesterday, there are 802 new cases of COVID-19 in DuPage County with three deaths of persons with COVID-19 infection reported: * 1 female 70s * 1 female 80s * 1 female 90s. DuPage has 29,032 total positive tests including 639 deaths. The CBTS at the DuPage County Fairgrounds collected 599 samples today. The wait time varied between one hour and thirty-three minutes and three hours and nineteen minutes.

The CBTS at the DuPage County Fairgrounds collected 599 samples today. The wait time varied between one hour and thirty-three minutes and three hours and nineteen minutes.

NOTE: Due to delays with the Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH) reporting system used by local health departments, daily updates of new cases and deaths may not match the IDPH website until the issue is resolved. The current number of confirmed cases and deaths in DuPage County are available at the IDPH website here: https://www.dph.illinois.gov/covid19/covid19-statistics.

DuPage County Health Department (DCHD) recognizes that the COVID-19 Dashboard is an important tool for decision making and many within the community rely on these data. DCHD is working with IDPH to provide up-to-date information.

Positivity Rate, Hospital Admissions, and Medical Bed and ICU Bed Availability metrics remain statistically stable for Region 8, which consists of DuPage County and Kane County.

Region 8 positivity rate as shown below, increased to 13.7 from 13.3 percent on the 7-day rolling average. Daily hospital admissions increased from 52 to 54 on the 7-day rolling average.

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The third metric shown below is medical and surgical bed availability. The target is to have at least 20 percent of the medical and surgical beds available. Today, Region 8 reports that 24 percent of its hospital beds are available and 37 percent of its ICU beds available.

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If Region 8 ICU beds and ventilators were unavailable, other regions would be used to care for sick patients. As such, the Illinois Department of Public Health makes us aware of the hospital and surgical bed availability throughout the state. Those numbers, as seen below, indicate that 1,258 ICU beds and 4,193 ventilators are available throughout the state.

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As you review the figures below, please be reminded that the serious or critical cases are defined as "the number of patients currently being treated in an Intensive Care Unit (ICU)". A patient with mild condition symptoms may range from asymptomatic or sick with conditions that require hospitalization but not treatment in an ICU. Statistics from the World Health Organization and CDC provide the following breakdown of global cases from earlier today:

  • Worldwide Cases total 51,156,160 compared to 50,675,212 yesterday
  • Deaths worldwide total 1,267,715 compared to 1,260,747 yesterday
  • Number of people who have completely recovered worldwide is now 35,991,105 compared to 35,740,494 yesterday

Globally, there are 13,897,340 active cases compared to 13,673,971 active cases yesterday. The active cases are divided between 'mild condition' cases and 'serious or critical condition' cases. Mild cases are now 99.3 percent of the worldwide active cases.

  • Global serious or Critical Condition cases: 93,414 compared to 92,391 yesterday
  • Worldwide mild condition cases: 13,803,926 compared to 13,581,580 yesterday
  • United States confirmed cases: 10,371,820 compared to 10,262,429 yesterday
  • US Deaths: 244,104 compared to 243,650 yesterday
  • Total US Recoveries: 6,523,104 compared to 6,474,047 yesterday
  • US Active cases: 3,604,581 compared to 3,544,732 yesterday
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases:18,528 compared to 18,416 yesterday
  • Mild condition: 3,586,053 (99.5%) compared to 3,526,316 (99.5%) yesterday

Illinois reported 12,657 new cases and 145 deaths. Illinois now has a total of 523,840 positive tests and 10,434 deaths.

Since yesterday, there are 639 new cases of COVID-19 in DuPage County with one death of a person with COVID-19 infection reported: a female in her 80s. DuPage has 30,594 total positive tests including 641 deaths. Due to the holiday today, the CBTS at the DuPage County Fairgrounds was closed.

NOTE: Due to delays with the Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH) reporting system used by local health departments, daily updates of new cases and deaths may not match the IDPH website until the issue is resolved. The current number of confirmed cases and deaths in DuPage County are available at the IDPH website here: https://www.dph.illinois.gov/covid19/covid19-statistics.

DuPage County Health Department (DCHD) recognizes that the COVID-19 Dashboard is an important tool for decision making and many within the community rely on these data. DCHD is working with IDPH to provide up-to-date information.

Positivity Rate, Hospital Admissions, and Medical Bed and ICU Bed Availability metrics remain statistically stable for Region 8, which consists of DuPage County and Kane County.

Region 8 positivity rate as shown below, increased to 14.7 from 14.2 percent on the 7-day rolling average. Daily hospital admissions remained at 58 on the 7-day rolling average.

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The third metric shown below is medical and surgical bed availability. The target is to have at least 20 percent of the medical and surgical beds available. Today, Region 8 reports that 21 percent of its hospital beds are available and 35 percent of its ICU beds available.

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If Region 8 ICU beds and ventilators were unavailable, other regions would be used to care for sick patients. As such, the Illinois Department of Public Health makes us aware of the hospital and surgical bed availability throughout the state. Those numbers, as seen below, indicate that 1,089 ICU beds and 4,192 ventilators are available throughout the state.

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As you review the figures below, please be reminded that the serious or critical cases are defined as "the number of patients currently being treated in an Intensive Care Unit (ICU)". A patient with mild condition symptoms may range from asymptomatic or sick with conditions that require hospitalization but not treatment in an ICU. Statistics from the World Health Organization and CDC provide the following breakdown of global cases from earlier today:

  • Worldwide Cases total 52,283,356 compared to 51,602,117 yesterday
  • Deaths worldwide total 1,286,979 compared to 1,275,169 yesterday
  • Number of people who have completely recovered worldwide is now 36,603,966 compared to 36,293,070 yesterday

Globally, there are 14,392,411 active cases compared to 14,033,878 active cases yesterday. The active cases are divided between 'mild condition' cases and 'serious or critical condition' cases. Mild cases are now 99.3 percent of the worldwide active cases.

  • Global serious or Critical Condition cases: 95,220 compared to 94,498 yesterday
  • Worldwide mild condition cases: 14,297,191 compared to 13,939,380 yesterday
  • United States confirmed cases: 10,633,715 compared to 10,455,335 yesterday
  • US Deaths: 246,732 compared to 244,856 yesterday
  • Total US Recoveries: 6,621,711 compared to 6,559,780 yesterday
  • US Active cases: 3,765,272 compared to 3,651,699 yesterday
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases:19,033 compared to 18,693 yesterday
  • Mild condition: 3,746,239 (99.5%) compared to 3,632,736 (99.5%) yesterday

Illinois reported 12,702 new cases and 43 deaths. Illinois now has a total of 536,542 positive tests and 10,477 deaths. The CBTS at the DuPage County Fairgrounds received 625 samples and cars continued to line up earlier in the morning, with some cars arriving prior to 5am

Since yesterday, there are 804 new cases of COVID-19 in DuPage County with two deaths of persons with COVID-19 infection reported: * 1 male 80s * 1 female 90s. DuPage has 31,398 total positive tests including 642 deaths. (Note: for anyone keeping count on a daily basis, please be advised that recently a previously reported death that was designated by IDPH as a DuPage county resident has been transferred to the correct jurisdiction and removed from our total).

NOTE: Due to delays with the Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH) reporting system used by local health departments, daily updates of new cases and deaths may not match the IDPH website until the issue is resolved. The current number of confirmed cases and deaths in DuPage County are available at the IDPH website here: https://www.dph.illinois.gov/covid19/covid19-statistics.

DuPage County Health Department (DCHD) recognizes that the COVID-19 Dashboard is an important tool for decision making and many within the community rely on these data. DCHD is working with IDPH to provide up-to-date information.

Positivity Rate, Hospital Admissions, and Medical Bed and ICU Bed Availability metrics continue to increase for Region 8, which consists of DuPage County and Kane County.

Region 8 positivity rate as shown below, increased to 15.1 from 14.7 percent on the 7-day rolling average. Daily hospital admissions increased to 60 from 58 on the 7-day rolling average.

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The third metric shown below is medical and surgical bed availability. The target is to have at least 20 percent of the medical and surgical beds available. Today, Region 8 reports that 18 percent of its hospital beds are available and 33 percent of its ICU beds available. This is the first time that Region 8 has dropped below 20 percent since the pandemic began.

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If Region 8 ICU beds and ventilators were unavailable, other regions would be used to care for sick patients. As such, the Illinois Department of Public Health makes us aware of the hospital and surgical bed availability throughout the state. Those numbers, as seen below, indicate that 1,080 ICU beds and 4,152 ventilators are available throughout the state.

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As you review the figures below, please be reminded that the serious or critical cases are defined as "the number of patients currently being treated in an Intensive Care Unit (ICU)". A patient with mild condition symptoms may range from asymptomatic or sick with conditions that require hospitalization but not treatment in an ICU. Statistics from the World Health Organization and CDC provide the following breakdown of global cases from earlier today:

  • Worldwide Cases total 53,006,560 compared to 52,283,356 yesterday
  • Deaths worldwide total 1,297,497 compared to 1,286,979 yesterday
  • Number of people who have completely recovered worldwide is now 36,924,218 compared to 36,603,966 yesterday

Globally, there are 14,784,845 active cases compared to 14,392,411 active cases yesterday. The active cases are divided between 'mild condition' cases and 'serious or critical condition' cases. Mild cases are now 99.4 percent of the worldwide active cases.

  • Global serious or Critical Condition cases: 95,165 compared to 95,220 yesterday
  • Worldwide mild condition cases: 14,689,680 compared to 14,297,191 yesterday
  • United States confirmed cases: 10,843516 compared to 10,633,715 yesterday
  • US Deaths: 248,277 compared to 246,732 yesterday
  • Total US Recoveries: 6,693,575 compared to 6,621,711 yesterday
  • US Active cases: 3,901,664 compared to 3,765,272 yesterday
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases:18,769 compared to 19,033 yesterday
  • Mild condition: 3,882,895(99.5%) compared to 3,746,239 (99.5%) yesterday

Illinois reported 15,415 new cases and 27 deaths. Illinois now has a total of 551,957 positive tests and 10,477 deaths. The CBTS at the DuPage County Fairgrounds received 609 samples and cars continued to line up earlier in the morning, with some cars arriving prior to 4 a.m.

Since yesterday, there are 475 new cases of COVID-19 in DuPage County with seven deaths of persons with COVID-19 infection reported: * 1 female 70s * 2 males 70s * 1 female 80s * 3 males 80s. DuPage has 31,873 total positive tests including 649 deaths. (Note: for anyone keeping count on a daily basis, please be advised that recently a previously reported death that was designated by IDPH as a DuPage county resident has been transferred to the correct jurisdiction and removed from our total).

NOTE: Due to delays with the Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH) reporting system used by local health departments, daily updates of new cases and deaths may not match the IDPH website until the issue is resolved. The current number of confirmed cases and deaths in DuPage County are available at the IDPH website here: https://www.dph.illinois.gov/covid19/covid19-statistics.

DuPage County Health Department (DCHD) recognizes that the COVID-19 Dashboard is an important tool for decision making and many within the community rely on these data. DCHD is working with IDPH to provide up-to-date information.

Positivity Rate, Hospital Admissions, and Medical Bed and ICU Bed Availability metrics continue to increase for Region 8, which consists of DuPage County and Kane County.

Region 8 positivity rate as shown below, increased to 15.2 from 15.1 percent on the 7-day rolling average. Daily hospital admissions remained at 60 on the 7-day rolling average.

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The third metric shown below is medical and surgical bed availability. The target is to have at least 20 percent of the medical and surgical beds available. Today, Region 8 reports that 19 percent of its hospital beds are available and 33 percent of its ICU beds available.

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If Region 8 ICU beds and ventilators were unavailable, other regions would be used to care for sick patients. As such, the Illinois Department of Public Health makes us aware of the hospital and surgical bed availability throughout the state. Those numbers, as seen below, indicate that 1,072 ICU beds and 4,132 ventilators are available throughout the state.

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As you review the figures below, please be reminded that the serious or critical cases are defined as "the number of patients currently being treated in an Intensive Care Unit (ICU)". A patient with mild condition symptoms may range from asymptomatic or sick with conditions that require hospitalization but not treatment in an ICU. Statistics from the World Health Organization and CDC provide the following breakdown of global cases from earlier today:

  • Worldwide Cases total 53,468,481 compared to 53,006,560 yesterday
  • Deaths worldwide total 1,304,963 compared to 1,297,497 yesterday
  • Number of people who have completely recovered worldwide is now 37,390,646 compared to 36,924,218 yesterday

Globally, there are 14,772,872 active cases compared to 14,784,845 active cases yesterday. The active cases are divided between 'mild condition' cases and 'serious or critical condition' cases. Mild cases are now 99.3 percent of the worldwide active cases.

  • Global serious or Critical Condition cases: 108,883 compared to 95,165 yesterday
  • Worldwide mild condition cases: 14,663,989 compared to 14,689,680 yesterday
  • United States confirmed cases: 10,918,789 compared to 10,843,516 yesterday
  • US Deaths: 248,835 compared to 248,277 yesterday
  • Total US Recoveries: 6,734,182 compared to 6,693,575 yesterday
  • US Active cases: 3,935,772 compared to 3,901,664 yesterday
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases:31,789 compared to 18,769 yesterday
  • Mild condition: 3,903,983 (99.2%) compared to 3,882,895 (99.5%) yesterday

Illinois reported 11,028 new cases and 166 deaths. Illinois now has a total of 562,985 positive tests and 10,670 deaths. The State of Illinois said that some of those deaths should have been reported previously and did not occur within the last 24 hours.

Since yesterday, there were 731 new cases of COVID-19 in DuPage County with one death of a person with COVID-19 infection reported: a male in his 80s. DuPage has 32,604 total positive tests including 650 deaths.

NOTE: Due to delays with the Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH) reporting system used by local health departments, daily updates of new cases and deaths may not match the IDPH website until the issue is resolved. The current number of confirmed cases and deaths in DuPage County are available at the IDPH website here: https://www.dph.illinois.gov/covid19/covid19-statistics.

DuPage County Health Department (DCHD) recognizes that the COVID-19 Dashboard is an important tool for decision making and many within the community rely on these data. DCHD is working with IDPH to provide up-to-date information.

Positivity Rate, Hospital Admissions, and Medical Bed and ICU Bed Availability metrics continue to increase for Region 8, which consists of DuPage County and Kane County.

Region 8 positivity rate as shown below, increased to 15.5 from 15.2 percent on the 7-day rolling average. Daily hospital admissions decreased to 59 from 60 on the 7-day rolling average.

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The third metric shown below is medical and surgical bed availability. The target is to have at least 20 percent of the medical and surgical beds available. Today, Region 8 reports that 21 percent of its hospital beds are available and 32 percent of its ICU beds available. The hospital bed availability had fallen below 20 percent for two days.

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If Region 8 ICU beds and ventilators were unavailable, other regions would be used to care for sick patients. As such, the Illinois Department of Public Health makes us aware of the hospital and surgical bed availability throughout the state. Those numbers, as seen below, indicate that 1,144 ICU beds and 4,065 ventilators are available throughout the state.

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As you review the figures below, please be reminded that the serious or critical cases are defined as "the number of patients currently being treated in an Intensive Care Unit (ICU)". A patient with mild condition symptoms may range from asymptomatic or sick with conditions that require hospitalization but not treatment in an ICU. Statistics from the World Health Organization and CDC provide the following breakdown of global cases from earlier today:

  • Worldwide Cases total 54,255,134 compared to 53,468,481 yesterday
  • Deaths worldwide total 1,316,579 compared to 1,304,963 yesterday
  • Number of people who have completely recovered worldwide is now 37,751,463 compared to 37,390,646 yesterday

Globally, there are 15,187,092 active cases compared to 14,772,872 active cases yesterday. The active cases are divided between 'mild condition' cases and 'serious or critical condition' cases. Mild cases are now 99.3 percent of the worldwide active cases.

  • Global serious or Critical Condition cases: 110,011 compared to 108,883 yesterday
  • Worldwide mild condition cases: 15,077,081 compared to 14,663,989 yesterday
  • United States confirmed cases: 11,198,767 compared to 10,918,789 yesterday
  • US Deaths: 251,132 compared to 248,835 yesterday
  • Total US Recoveries: 6,833,597 compared to 6,734,182 yesterday
  • US Active cases: 4,114,038 compared to 3,935,772 yesterday
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases:32,316 compared to 31,789 yesterday
  • Mild condition: 4,081,722 (99.2%) compared to 3,903,983 (99.2%) yesterday

Illinois reported 11,632 new cases and 37 deaths. Illinois now has a total of 585,248 positive tests and 10,779 deaths. The CBTS at the DuPage County Fairgrounds processed 615 samples. Cars began lining up at 4 a.m. and the wait time was extended as a result with the longest waiting period being 3 hours and the shortest duration to wait was one hour and fifty minutes. Traffic was heavy once again and we stopped taking cars by 9:30 am.

Since yesterday, there are 620 new cases of COVID-19 in DuPage County with two deaths of persons with COVID-19 infection reported: a male in his 80s and a male in his 90s. DuPage has 33,956 total positive tests including 655 deaths.

NOTE: Due to delays with the Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH) reporting system used by local health departments, daily updates of new cases and deaths may not match the IDPH website until the issue is resolved. The current number of confirmed cases and deaths in DuPage County are available at the IDPH website here: https://www.dph.illinois.gov/covid19/covid19-statistics.

DuPage County Health Department (DCHD) recognizes that the COVID-19 Dashboard is an important tool for decision making and many within the community rely on these data. DCHD is working with IDPH to provide up-to-date information.

Positivity Rate, Hospital Admissions, and Medical Bed and ICU Bed Availability metrics continue to increase for Region 8, which consists of DuPage County and Kane County.

Region 8 positivity rate as shown below, increased to 16 from 15.8 percent on the 7-day rolling average. Daily hospital admissions decreased to 55 from 58 on the 7-day rolling average.

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The third metric shown below is medical and surgical bed availability. The target is to have at least 20 percent of the medical and surgical beds available. Today, Region 8 reports that 24 percent of its hospital beds are available and 33 percent of its ICU beds available. The hospital bed availability had fallen below 20 percent for two days but is now back above the marker barely moving higher for the last three days.

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If Region 8 ICU beds and ventilators were unavailable, other regions would be used to care for sick patients. As such, the Illinois Department of Public Health makes us aware of the hospital and surgical bed availability throughout the state. Those numbers, as seen below, indicate that 1,237 ICU beds and 4,159 ventilators are available throughout the state.

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As you review the figures below, please be reminded that the serious or critical cases are defined as "the number of patients currently being treated in an Intensive Care Unit (ICU)". A patient with mild condition symptoms may range from asymptomatic or sick with conditions that require hospitalization but not treatment in an ICU. Statistics from the World Health Organization and CDC provide the following breakdown of global cases from earlier today:

  • Worldwide Cases total 55,122,587 compared to 54,608,298 yesterday
  • Deaths worldwide total 1,328,811 compared to 1,322,304 yesterday
  • Number of people who have completely recovered worldwide is now 38,318,717 compared to 38,050,037 yesterday

Globally, there are 15,475,059 active cases compared to 15,235,957 active cases yesterday. The active cases are divided between 'mild condition' cases and 'serious or critical condition' cases. Mild cases are now 99.4 percent of the worldwide active cases.

  • Global serious or Critical Condition cases: 99,230 compared to 98,367 yesterday
  • Worldwide mild condition cases: 15,375,829 compared to 15,137,590 yesterday
  • United States confirmed cases: 11,418,073 compared to 11,248,681 yesterday
  • US Deaths: 252,075 compared to 251,330 yesterday
  • Total US Recoveries: 6,956,408 compared to 6,898,583 yesterday
  • US Active cases: 4,209,590 compared to 4,098,768 yesterday
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases: 20,709 compared to 20,425 yesterday
  • Mild condition: 4,188,881 (99.5%) compared to 4,078,343 (99.5%) yesterday

Illinois reported 9,282 new cases and 139 deaths. Illinois now has a total of 606,771 positive tests and 11,014 deaths. The CBTS at the DuPage County Fairgrounds processed 612 samples. Cars began lining up at 3:30 a.m. and, as a result, the wait time averaged over two hours.

Since yesterday, there are 937 new cases of COVID-19 in DuPage County with two deaths of persons with COVID-19 infection reported: * 2 males in their 90s. DuPage has 35,664 total positive tests including 661 deaths.

NOTE: Due to delays with the Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH) reporting system used by local health departments, daily updates of new cases and deaths may not match the IDPH website until the issue is resolved. The current number of confirmed cases and deaths in DuPage County are available at the IDPH website here: https://www.dph.illinois.gov/covid19/covid19-statistics.

DuPage County Health Department (DCHD) recognizes that the COVID-19 Dashboard is an important tool for decision making and many within the community rely on these data. DCHD is working with IDPH to provide up-to-date information.

Positivity Rate, Hospital Admissions, and Medical Bed and ICU Bed Availability metrics continue to increase for Region 8, which consists of DuPage County and Kane County.

Region 8 positivity rate as shown below, decreased to 15.3 from 15.8 percent on the 7-day rolling average. Daily hospital admissions increased from 53 to 55 on the 7-day rolling average.

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The third metric shown below is medical and surgical bed availability. The target is to have at least 20 percent of the medical and surgical beds available. Today, Region 8 reports that 24 percent of its hospital beds are available and 33 percent of its ICU beds available.

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If Region 8 ICU beds and ventilators were unavailable, other regions would be used to care for sick patients. As such, the Illinois Department of Public Health makes us aware of the hospital and surgical bed availability throughout the state. Those numbers, as seen below, indicate that 1,135 ICU beds and 4,036 ventilators are available throughout the state.

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As you review the figures below, please be reminded that the serious or critical cases are defined as "the number of patients currently being treated in an Intensive Care Unit (ICU)". A patient with mild condition symptoms may range from asymptomatic or sick with conditions that require hospitalization but not treatment in an ICU. Statistics from the World Health Organization and CDC provide the following breakdown of global cases from earlier today:

  • Worldwide Cases total 56,396,911 compared to 55,675,049 yesterday
  • Deaths worldwide total 1,351,763 compared to 1,338,015 yesterday
  • Number of people who have completely recovered worldwide is now 39,246,411 compared to 38,819,049 yesterday

Globally, there are 15,798,737 active cases compared to 15,517,985 active cases yesterday. The active cases are divided between 'mild condition' cases and 'serious or critical condition' cases. Mild cases are now 99.4 percent of the worldwide active cases.

  • Global serious or Critical Condition cases: 101,135 compared to 100,120 yesterday
  • Worldwide mild condition cases: 15,697,602 compared to 15,417,865 yesterday
  • United States confirmed cases: 11,792,715 compared to 11,574,332 yesterday
  • US Deaths: 255,428 compared to 253,037 yesterday
  • Total US Recoveries: 7,133,948 compared to 7,033,671 yesterday
  • US Active cases: 4,403,339 compared to 4,287,624 yesterday
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases: 21,885 compared to 21,210 yesterday
  • Mild condition: 4,381,454 (99.5%) compared to 4,266,414 (99.5%) yesterday

Illinois reported 14.612 new cases and 168 deaths. Illinois now has a total of 621,383 positive tests and 11,178 deaths. The CBTS at the DuPage County Fairgrounds processed 598 samples. Cars began lining up at 4:00am but some people were served within 23 minutes, the average was about an hour and a half. The longest wait time was the first group that waited almost three hours.

Since yesterday, there are 732 new cases of COVID-19 in DuPage County with three deaths of persons with COVID-19 infection reported: * 1 female 40s * 1 female 80s * 1 male 90s. DuPage has 36,396 total positive tests including 664 deaths.

NOTE: Due to delays with the Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH) reporting system used by local health departments, daily updates of new cases and deaths may not match the IDPH website until the issue is resolved. The current number of confirmed cases and deaths in DuPage County are available at the IDPH website here: https://www.dph.illinois.gov/covid19/covid19-statistics.

DuPage County Health Department (DCHD) recognizes that the COVID-19 Dashboard is an important tool for decision making and many within the community rely on these data. DCHD is working with IDPH to provide up-to-date information.

Positivity Rate, Hospital Admissions, and Medical Bed and ICU Bed Availability metrics continue to increase for Region 8, which consists of DuPage County and Kane County.

Region 8 positivity rate as shown below, decreased to 15.1 from 15.3 percent on the 7-day rolling average. Daily hospital admissions increased from 55 to 58 on the 7-day rolling average.

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The third metric shown below is medical and surgical bed availability. The target is to have at least 20 percent of the medical and surgical beds available. Today, Region 8 reports that 22 percent of its hospital beds are available and 32 percent of its ICU beds available.

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If Region 8 ICU beds and ventilators were unavailable, other regions would be used to care for sick patients. As such, the Illinois Department of Public Health makes us aware of the hospital and surgical bed availability throughout the state. Those numbers, as seen below, indicate that 1,113 ICU beds and 4,020 ventilators are available throughout the state.

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As you review the figures below, please be reminded that the serious or critical cases are defined as "the number of patients currently being treated in an Intensive Care Unit (ICU)". A patient with mild condition symptoms may range from asymptomatic or sick with conditions that require hospitalization but not treatment in an ICU. Statistics from the World Health Organization and CDC provide the following breakdown of global cases from earlier today:

  • Worldwide Cases total 56,915,378 compared to 56,396,911 yesterday
  • Deaths worldwide total 1,360,490 compared to 1,351,763 yesterday
  • Number of people who have completely recovered worldwide is now 39,584,148 compared to 39,246,411 yesterday

Globally, there are 15,960,740 active cases compared to 15,798,737 active cases yesterday. The active cases are divided between 'mild condition' cases and 'serious or critical condition' cases. Mild cases are now 99.4 percent of the worldwide active cases.

  • Global serious or Critical Condition cases: 101,540 compared to 101,135 yesterday
  • Worldwide mild condition cases: 15,859,200 compared to 15,697,602 yesterday
  • United States confirmed cases: 11,910,996 compared to 11,792,715 yesterday
  • US Deaths: 256,730 compared to 255,428 yesterday
  • Total US Recoveries: 7,716,949 compared to 7,133,948 yesterday
  • US Active cases: 4,477,317 compared to 4,403,339 yesterday
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases: 22,167 compared to 21,885 yesterday
  • Mild condition: 4,455,150 (99.5%) compared to 4,381,454 (99.5%) yesterday

Illinois reported 13.012 new cases and 126 deaths. Illinois now has a total of 634,395 positive tests and 11,304 deaths. The CBTS at the DuPage County Fairgrounds processed 605 samples. Cars began lining up at 4:30 a.m. and the approximate wait time for most cars was about two hours.

Since yesterday, there are 370 new cases of COVID-19 in DuPage County with eight deaths of persons with COVID-19 infection reported: * 2 males 60s * 1 female 80s * 2 males 80s. DuPage has 36,766 total positive tests including 672 deaths. The number of deaths today plus the number of deaths yesterday does not add up. However, deaths previously reported elsewhere have been added to the total after being identified as DuPage residents.

NOTE: Due to delays with the Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH) reporting system used by local health departments, daily updates of new cases and deaths may not match the IDPH website until the issue is resolved. The current number of confirmed cases and deaths in DuPage County are available at the IDPH website here: https://www.dph.illinois.gov/covid19/covid19-statistics.

DuPage County Health Department (DCHD) recognizes that the COVID-19 Dashboard is an important tool for decision making and many within the community rely on these data. DCHD is working with IDPH to provide up-to-date information.

Positivity Rate, Hospital Admissions, and Medical Bed and ICU Bed Availability metrics continue to increase for Region 8, which consists of DuPage County and Kane County.

Region 8 positivity rate as shown below, decreased to 14.6 from 15.1 percent on the 7-day rolling average. Daily hospital admissions remained at 58 on the 7-day rolling average.

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The third metric shown below is medical and surgical bed availability. The target is to have at least 20 percent of the medical and surgical beds available. Today, Region 8 reports that 19 percent of its hospital beds are available and 26 percent of its ICU beds available.

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If Region 8 ICU beds and ventilators were unavailable, other regions would be used to care for sick patients. As such, the Illinois Department of Public Health makes us aware of the hospital and surgical bed availability throughout the state. Those numbers, as seen below, indicate that 618 ICU beds and 3,984 ventilators are available throughout the state. The number of available ICU beds is less than one thousand for the first time.

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As you review the figures below, please be reminded that the serious or critical cases are defined as "the number of patients currently being treated in an Intensive Care Unit (ICU)". A patient with mild condition symptoms may range from asymptomatic or sick with conditions that require hospitalization but not treatment in an ICU. Statistics from the World Health Organization and CDC provide the following breakdown of global cases from earlier today:

  • Worldwide Cases total 57,871,229 compared to 56,915,378 yesterday
  • Deaths worldwide total 1,376,525 compared to 1,360,490 yesterday
  • Number of people who have completely recovered worldwide is now 40,065,359 compared to 39,584,148 yesterday

Globally, there are 16,429,345 active cases compared to 15,960,740 active cases yesterday. The active cases are divided between 'mild condition' cases and 'serious or critical condition' cases. Mild cases are now 99.4 percent of the worldwide active cases.

  • Global serious or Critical Condition cases: 101,921 compared to 101,540 yesterday
  • Worldwide mild condition cases: 16,327,424 compared to 15,859,200 yesterday
  • United States confirmed cases: 12,259,579 compared to 11,910,996 yesterday
  • US Deaths: 260,162 compared to 256,730 yesterday
  • Total US Recoveries: 7,299,416 compared to 7,716,949 yesterday
  • US Active cases: 4,700,001 compared to 4,477,317 yesterday
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases: 22,498 compared to 22,167 yesterday
  • Mild condition: 4,677,503 (99.5%) compared to 4,455,150 (99.5%) yesterday

Illinois reported 11,891 new cases and 126 deaths. Illinois now has a total of 646,286 positive tests and 11,430 deaths.

Since yesterday, there are 822 new cases of COVID-19 in DuPage County with six deaths of persons with COVID-19 infection reported: a female in her 70s, two males in their 70s, a female in her 80s, a male in his 80s, and a female in her 90s. DuPage County has 37,586 cases and 678 deaths.

NOTE: Due to delays with the Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH) reporting system used by local health departments, daily updates of new cases and deaths may not match the IDPH website until the issue is resolved. The current number of confirmed cases and deaths in DuPage County are available at the IDPH website here: https://www.dph.illinois.gov/covid19/covid19-statistics.

DuPage County Health Department (DCHD) recognizes that the COVID-19 Dashboard is an important tool for decision making and many within the community rely on these data. DCHD is working with IDPH to provide up-to-date information.

Positivity Rate, Hospital Admissions, and Medical Bed and ICU Bed Availability metrics continue to increase for Region 8, which consists of DuPage County and Kane County.

Region 8 positivity rate as shown below, increased from 14.6 to 14.8 percent on the 7-day rolling average. Daily hospital admissions increased to 60 from 58 on the 7-day rolling average.

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The third metric shown below is medical and surgical bed availability. The target is to have at least 20 percent of the medical and surgical beds available. Today, Region 8 reports that 17 percent of its hospital beds are available and 23 percent of its ICU beds available.

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If Region 8 ICU beds and ventilators were unavailable, other regions would be used to care for sick patients. As such, the Illinois Department of Public Health makes us aware of the hospital and surgical bed availability throughout the state. Those numbers, as seen below, indicate that 673 ICU beds and 3,892 ventilators are available throughout the state.

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As you review the figures below, please be reminded that the serious or critical cases are defined as "the number of patients currently being treated in an Intensive Care Unit (ICU)". A patient with mild condition symptoms may range from asymptomatic or sick with conditions that require hospitalization but not treatment in an ICU. Statistics from the World Health Organization and CDC provide the following breakdown of global cases from earlier today:

  • Worldwide Cases total 58,363,896 compared to 57,871,229 yesterday
  • Deaths worldwide total 1,384,590 compared to 1,376,525 yesterday
  • Number of people who have completely recovered worldwide is now 40,403,952 compared to 40,065,359 yesterday

Globally, there are 16,575,354 active cases compared to 16,429,345 active cases yesterday. The active cases are divided between 'mild condition' cases and 'serious or critical condition' cases. Mild cases are now 99.4 percent of the worldwide active cases.

  • Global serious or Critical Condition cases: 102,324 compared to 101,921 yesterday
  • Worldwide mild condition cases: 16,473,030 compared to 16,327,424 yesterday
  • United States confirmed cases: 12,296,768 compared to 12,259,579 yesterday
  • US Deaths: 261,491 compared to 260,162 yesterday
  • Total US Recoveries: 7,383,247 compared to 7,299,416 yesterday
  • US Active cases: 4,752,030 compared to 4,700,001 yesterday
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases: 22,805 compared to 22,498 yesterday
  • Mild condition: 4,729,225 (99.5%) compared to 4,677,503 (99.5%) yesterday

Illinois reported 10,012 new cases and 76 deaths. Illinois now has a total of 656,298 positive tests and 11,506 deaths.

Since yesterday, there are 830 new cases of COVID-19 in DuPage County with 11 deaths of persons with COVID-19 infection reported: * 1 male 60s * 2 females 70s * 1 male 70s * 3 females 80s * 3 males 80s * 1 female 90s. DuPage County has 38,418 cases and 689 deaths.

NOTE: Due to delays with the Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH) reporting system used by local health departments, daily updates of new cases and deaths may not match the IDPH website until the issue is resolved. The current number of confirmed cases and deaths in DuPage County are available at the IDPH website here: https://www.dph.illinois.gov/covid19/covid19-statistics.

DuPage County Health Department (DCHD) recognizes that the COVID-19 Dashboard is an important tool for decision making and many within the community rely on these data. DCHD is working with IDPH to provide up-to-date information.

Positivity Rate, Hospital Admissions, and Medical Bed and ICU Bed Availability metrics continue to increase for Region 8, which consists of DuPage County and Kane County.

Region 8 positivity rate as shown below, decreased from 14.6 to 14.5 percent on the 7-day rolling average. Daily hospital admissions decreased 58 to 56 on the 7-day rolling average.

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The third metric shown below is medical and surgical bed availability. The target is to have at least 20 percent of the medical and surgical beds available. Today, Region 8 reports that 16 percent of its hospital beds are available and 18 percent of its ICU beds available.

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If Region 8 ICU beds and ventilators were unavailable, other regions would be used to care for sick patients. As such, the Illinois Department of Public Health makes us aware of the hospital and surgical bed availability throughout the state. Those numbers, as seen below, indicate that 727 ICU beds and 4,009 ventilators are available throughout the state.

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As you review the figures below, please be reminded that the serious or critical cases are defined as "the number of patients currently being treated in an Intensive Care Unit (ICU)". A patient with mild condition symptoms may range from asymptomatic or sick with conditions that require hospitalization but not treatment in an ICU. Statistics from the World Health Organization and CDC provide the following breakdown of global cases from earlier today:

  • Worldwide Cases total 58,770,995 compared to 58,363,896 yesterday
  • Deaths worldwide total 1,390,934 compared to 1,384,590 yesterday
  • Number of people who have completely recovered worldwide is now 40,659,759 compared to 40,403,952 yesterday

Globally, there are 16,720,302 active cases compared to 16,575,354 active cases yesterday. The active cases are divided between 'mild condition' cases and 'serious or critical condition' cases. Mild cases are now 99.4 percent of the worldwide active cases.

  • Global serious or Critical Condition cases: 102,650 compared to 102,324 yesterday
  • Worldwide mild condition cases: 16,617,652 compared to 16,473,030 yesterday
  • United States confirmed cases: 12,475,647 compared to 12,296,768 yesterday
  • US Deaths: 261,939 compared to 261,491 yesterday
  • Total US Recoveries: 7,405,265 compared to 7,383,247 yesterday
  • US Active cases: 4,808,443 compared to 4,752,030 yesterday
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases: 22,918 compared to 22,805 yesterday
  • Mild condition: 4,785,525 (99.5%) compared to 4,729,225 (99.5%) yesterday

Illinois reported 8,322 new cases and 46 deaths. Illinois now has a total of 664,620 positive tests and 11,552 deaths. The CBTS at the DuPage County Fairgrounds collected 617 samples. The waiting time for virtually all the participants was less than two hours.

Since yesterday, there are 790 new cases of COVID-19 in DuPage County with eight deaths of persons with COVID-19 infection reported: * 1 male 40s * 1 male 60s * 2 males 70s * 1 female 80s * 2 females 90s * 1 male 90s. DuPage County has 39,208 cases and 697 deaths.

NOTE: Due to delays with the Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH) reporting system used by local health departments, daily updates of new cases and deaths may not match the IDPH website until the issue is resolved. The current number of confirmed cases and deaths in DuPage County are available at the IDPH website here: https://www.dph.illinois.gov/covid19/covid19-statistics.

DuPage County Health Department (DCHD) recognizes that the COVID-19 Dashboard is an important tool for decision making and many within the community rely on these data. DCHD is working with IDPH to provide up-to-date information.

Positivity Rate, Hospital Admissions, and Medical Bed and ICU Bed Availability metrics continue to increase for Region 8, which consists of DuPage County and Kane County.

Region 8 positivity rate as shown below, remained at 14.5 percent on the 7-day rolling average. Daily hospital admissions increased to 58 from 56 on the 7-day rolling average.

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The third metric shown below is medical and surgical bed availability. The target is to have at least 20 percent of the medical and surgical beds available. Today, Region 8 reports that 17 percent of its hospital beds are available and 19 percent of its ICU beds available. While both numbers have moved positively since yesterday both remain under the twenty percent threshold.

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If Region 8 ICU beds and ventilators were unavailable, other regions would be used to care for sick patients. As such, the Illinois Department of Public Health makes us aware of the hospital and surgical bed availability throughout the state. Those numbers, as seen below, indicate that 759 ICU beds and 3,933 ventilators are available throughout the state.

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As you review the figures below, please be reminded that the serious or critical cases are defined as "the number of patients currently being treated in an Intensive Care Unit (ICU)". A patient with mild condition symptoms may range from asymptomatic or sick with conditions that require hospitalization but not treatment in an ICU. Statistics from the World Health Organization and CDC provide the following breakdown of global cases from earlier today:

  • Worldwide Cases total 559,284,732 compared to 8,770,995 yesterday
  • Deaths worldwide total 1,398,793 compared to 1,390,934 yesterday
  • Number of people who have completely recovered worldwide is now 41,002,061 compared to 40,659,759 yesterday

Globally, there are 16,883,878 active cases compared to 16,720,302 active cases yesterday. The active cases are divided between 'mild condition' cases and 'serious or critical condition' cases. Mild cases are now 99.4 percent of the worldwide active cases.

  • Global serious or Critical Condition cases: 103,205 compared to 102,650 yesterday
  • Worldwide mild condition cases: 16,780,673 compared to 16,617,652 yesterday
  • United States confirmed cases: 12,621,696 compared to 12,475,647 yesterday
  • US Deaths: 262,846 compared to 261,939 yesterday
  • Total US Recoveries: 7,461,406 compared to 7,405,265 yesterday
  • US Active cases: 4,897,444 compared to 4,808,443 yesterday
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases: 23,137 compared to 22,918 yesterday
  • Mild condition: 4,874,307 (99.5%) compared to 4,785,525 (99.5%) yesterday

Illinois reported 9,469 new cases and 125 deaths. Illinois now has a total of 674,089 positive tests and 11,677 deaths. The CBTS at the DuPage County Fairgrounds collected 395 samples. The waiting time was approximately two hours.

Since yesterday, there are 542 new cases of COVID-19 in DuPage County with three deaths of persons with COVID-19 infection reported: * 1 male 60s * 1 female 80s * 1 male 80s. DuPage County has 39,750 cases and 700 deaths.

NOTE: Due to delays with the Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH) reporting system used by local health departments, daily updates of new cases and deaths may not match the IDPH website until the issue is resolved. The current number of confirmed cases and deaths in DuPage County are available at the IDPH website here: https://www.dph.illinois.gov/covid19/covid19-statistics.

DuPage County Health Department (DCHD) recognizes that the COVID-19 Dashboard is an important tool for decision making and many within the community rely on these data. DCHD is working with IDPH to provide up-to-date information.

Positivity Rate, Hospital Admissions, and Medical Bed and ICU Bed Availability metrics continue to increase for Region 8, which consists of DuPage County and Kane County.

Region 8 positivity rate as shown below, remained at 14.5 percent on the 7-day rolling average, with a three-day lag. Hospital bed availability is at a critical stage for the last three days. As of this morning at 12 a.m., the Region 8 ICU bed availability was at 19.3 percent and the medical bed availability is only 16.6 percent.

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The third metric shown below indicates that 713 COVID 19 patients were in the hospital on the seven-day rolling average as of yesterday in Region 8. The number of patients has decreased by 3 on that average from the day before.

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If Region 8 ICU beds and ventilators were unavailable, other regions would be used to care for sick patients. As such, the Illinois Department of Public Health makes us aware of the hospital and surgical bed availability throughout the state. Those numbers, as seen below, indicate that 696 ICU beds and 3,871 ventilators are available throughout the state.

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As you review the figures below, please be reminded that the serious or critical cases are defined as "the number of patients currently being treated in an Intensive Care Unit (ICU)". A patient with mild condition symptoms may range from asymptomatic or sick with conditions that require hospitalization but not treatment in an ICU. Statistics from the World Health Organization and CDC provide the following breakdown of global cases from earlier today:

  • Worldwide Cases total 59,874,189 compared to 559,284,732 yesterday
  • Deaths worldwide total 1,408,942 compared to 1,398,793 yesterday
  • Number of people who have completely recovered worldwide is now 41,395,022 compared to 41,002,061 yesterday

Globally, there are 17,070,225 active cases compared to 16,883,878 active cases yesterday. The active cases are divided between 'mild condition' cases and 'serious or critical condition' cases. Mild cases are now 99.4 percent of the worldwide active cases.

  • Global serious or Critical Condition cases: 103,693 compared to 103,205 yesterday
  • Worldwide mild condition cases: 16,966,532 compared to 16,780,673 yesterday
  • United States confirmed cases: 12,829,263 compared to 12,621,696 yesterday
  • US Deaths: 264,485 compared to 262,846 yesterday
  • Total US Recoveries: 7,567,524 compared to 7,461,406 yesterday
  • US Active cases: 4,997,254 compared to 4,897,444 yesterday
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases: 23,693 compared to 23,137 yesterday
  • Mild condition: 4,973,561 (99.5%) compared to 4,874,307 (99.5%) yesterday

First, Happy Thanksgiving 2020 style! Now, here are the statistics for today.

Illinois reported 12,022 new cases and 131 deaths. Illinois now has a total of 697,489 positive tests and 11,963 deaths.

Since yesterday, there are 760 new cases of COVID-19 in DuPage County with three deaths of persons with COVID-19 infection reported: * 1 female 70s * 1 male 70s * 1 male 90s. DuPage County has 41,254 cases and 704 deaths.

NOTE: Due to delays with the Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH) reporting system used by local health departments, daily updates of new cases and deaths may not match the IDPH website until the issue is resolved. The current number of confirmed cases and deaths in DuPage County are available at the IDPH website here: https://www.dph.illinois.gov/covid19/covid19-statistics.

DuPage County Health Department (DCHD) recognizes that the COVID-19 Dashboard is an important tool for decision making and many within the community rely on these data. DCHD is working with IDPH to provide up-to-date information.

Positivity Rate, Hospital Admissions, and Medical Bed and ICU Bed Availability metrics continue to increase for Region 8, which consists of DuPage County and Kane County.

Region 8 positivity rate as shown below, dropped from 14.5 to 14.4 percent on the 7-day rolling average, with a three-day lag. Hospital bed availability is at a critical stage for the last three days. As of this morning at 12 a.m., the Region 8 ICU bed availability increased to 19.4 percent from 19.1 percent and the medical bed availability increased to 17.1 percent from 16.7 percent.

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The third metric shown below indicates that COVID 19 patients were in the hospital on the seven-day rolling average as of yesterday in Region 8 decreased from 712 to 706 on that 7-day rolling average.

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The Region 8 Test Positivity on the 7-day rolling average has dipped to 14.4 percent from 15.8 percent on November 12th.

If Region 8 ICU beds and ventilators were unavailable, other regions would be used to care for sick patients. As such, the Illinois Department of Public Health makes us aware of the hospital and surgical bed availability throughout the state. Those numbers, as seen below, indicate that 661 ICU beds and 3,886 ventilators are available throughout the state.

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As you review the figures below, please be reminded that the serious or critical cases are defined as "the number of patients currently being treated in an Intensive Care Unit (ICU)". A patient with mild condition symptoms may range from asymptomatic or sick with conditions that require hospitalization but not treatment in an ICU. Statistics from the World Health Organization and CDC provide the following breakdown of global cases from earlier today:

  • Worldwide Cases total 61,126,556 compared to 60,458,280 yesterday
  • Deaths worldwide total 1,433,866 compared to 1,421,728 yesterday
  • Number of people who have completely recovered worldwide is now 42,292,144 compared to 41,810,812 yesterday

Globally, there are 17,400,546 active cases compared to 17,225,740 active cases yesterday. The active cases are divided between 'mild condition' cases and 'serious or critical condition' cases. Mild cases are now 99.4 percent of the worldwide active cases.

  • Global serious or Critical Condition cases: 104,767 compared to 103,582 yesterday
  • Worldwide mild condition cases: 17,295,779 compared to 17,122,158 yesterday
  • United States confirmed cases: 13,197,307 compared to 13,015,522 yesterday
  • US Deaths: 268,949 compared to 266,765 yesterday
  • Total US Recoveries: 7,813,723 compared to 7,664,546 yesterday
  • US Active cases: 5,114,635 compared to 5,084,211 yesterday
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases: 24,193 compared to 23,609 yesterday
  • Mild condition: 5,090,442 (99.5%) compared to 5,060,602 (99.5%) yesterday

Illinois reported 7,574 new cases and 66 deaths. Illinois now has a total of 705,063 positive tests and 12,029 deaths.

Since yesterday, there are 666 new cases of COVID-19 in DuPage County with six deaths of persons with COVID-19 infection reported: * 4 males 70s * 2 females 90s. DuPage County has 41,920 cases and 710 deaths.

NOTE: Due to delays with the Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH) reporting system used by local health departments, daily updates of new cases and deaths may not match the IDPH website until the issue is resolved. The current number of confirmed cases and deaths in DuPage County are available at the IDPH website here: https://www.dph.illinois.gov/covid19/covid19-statistics.

DuPage County Health Department (DCHD) recognizes that the COVID-19 Dashboard is an important tool for decision making and many within the community rely on these data. DCHD is working with IDPH to provide up-to-date information.

Positivity Rate, Hospital Admissions, and Medical Bed and ICU Bed Availability metrics continue to increase for Region 8, which consists of DuPage County and Kane County.

Region 8 positivity rate as shown below, dropped from 14.4 to 13.7 percent on the 7-day rolling average, with a three-day lag. Hospital bed availability is at a critical stage for the last three days. As of this morning at 12 a.m., the Region 8 ICU bed availability increased to 20.1. percent from 19.4 percent and the medical bed availability increased to 20.1 percent from 17.1 percent.

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The third metric shown below indicates that COVID 19 patients were in the hospital on the seven-day rolling average as of yesterday in Region 8 decreased from 706 to 691 on that 7-day rolling average.

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The Region 8 Test Positivity on the 7-day rolling average has dipped to 13.7 percent from 14.4 yesterday.

If Region 8 ICU beds and ventilators were unavailable, other regions would be used to care for sick patients. As such, the Illinois Department of Public Health makes us aware of the hospital and surgical bed availability throughout the state. Those numbers, as seen below, indicate that 735 ICU beds and 3,953 ventilators are available throughout the state.

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As you review the figures below, please be reminded that the serious or critical cases are defined as "the number of patients currently being treated in an Intensive Care Unit (ICU)". A patient with mild condition symptoms may range from asymptomatic or sick with conditions that require hospitalization but not treatment in an ICU. Statistics from the World Health Organization and CDC provide the following breakdown of global cases from earlier today:

  • Worldwide Cases total 61,865,842 compared to 61,126,556 yesterday
  • Deaths worldwide total 1,446,889 compared to 1,433,866 yesterday
  • Number of people who have completely recovered worldwide is now 42,688,688 compared to 42,292,144 yesterday

Globally, there are 17,730,265 active cases compared to 17,400,546 active cases yesterday. The active cases are divided between 'mild condition' cases and 'serious or critical condition' cases. Mild cases are now 99.4 percent of the worldwide active cases.

  • Global serious or Critical Condition cases: 104,982 compared to 104,767 yesterday
  • Worldwide mild condition cases: 17,625,283 compared to 17,295,779 yesterday
  • United States confirmed cases: 13,395,424 compared to 13,197,307 yesterday
  • US Deaths: 270,697 compared to 268,949 yesterday
  • Total US Recoveries: 7,893,152 compared to 7,813,723 yesterday
  • US Active cases: 5,231,575 compared to 5,114,635 yesterday
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases: 24,405 compared to 24,193 yesterday
  • Mild condition: 5,207,170 (99.5%) compared to 5,090,442 (99.5%) yesterday

Illinois reported 7,873 new cases and 108 deaths. Illinois now has a total of 712,936 positive tests and 12,137 deaths.

Since yesterday, there are 638 new cases of COVID-19 in DuPage County with seven deaths of persons with COVID-19 infection reported: * 1 male 70s * 1 female 80s * 2 males 80s * 2 females 90s * 1 male 90s. DuPage County has 42,558 cases and 717 deaths.

NOTE: Due to delays with the Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH) reporting system used by local health departments, daily updates of new cases and deaths may not match the IDPH website until the issue is resolved. The current number of confirmed cases and deaths in DuPage County are available at the IDPH website here: https://www.dph.illinois.gov/covid19/covid19-statistics.

DuPage County Health Department (DCHD) recognizes that the COVID-19 Dashboard is an important tool for decision making and many within the community rely on these data. DCHD is working with IDPH to provide up-to-date information.

Positivity Rate, Hospital Admissions, and Medical Bed and ICU Bed Availability metrics continue to increase for Region 8, which consists of DuPage County and Kane County.

Region 8 positivity rate as shown below, dropped from 13.7 to 13.2 percent on the 7-day rolling average, with a three-day lag. Hospital bed availability is at a critical stage for the last three days. As of this morning at 12 a.m., the Region 8 ICU bed availability increased to 22.5 percent from 20.1 percent and the medical bed availability increased to 20.1 percent from 17.1 percent.

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The third metric shown below indicates that COVID 19 patients were in the hospital on the seven-day rolling average as of yesterday in Region 8 decreased from 691 to 677 on that 7-day rolling average.

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If Region 8 ICU beds and ventilators were unavailable, other regions would be used to care for sick patients. As such, the Illinois Department of Public Health makes us aware of the hospital and surgical bed availability throughout the state. Those numbers, as seen below, indicate that 704 ICU beds and 3,918 ventilators are available throughout the state.

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As you review the figures below, please be reminded that the serious or critical cases are defined as "the number of patients currently being treated in an Intensive Care Unit (ICU)". A patient with mild condition symptoms may range from asymptomatic or sick with conditions that require hospitalization but not treatment in an ICU. Statistics from the World Health Organization and CDC provide the following breakdown of global cases from earlier today:

  • Worldwide Cases total 62,424,184 compared to 61,865,842 yesterday
  • Deaths worldwide total 1,455,918 compared to 1,446,889 yesterday
  • Number of people who have completely recovered worldwide is now 43,099,262 compared to 42,688,688 yesterday

Globally, there are 17,869,004 active cases compared to 17,730,265 active cases yesterday. The active cases are divided between 'mild condition' cases and 'serious or critical condition' cases. Mild cases are now 99.4 percent of the worldwide active cases.

  • Global serious or Critical Condition cases: 105,140 compared to 104,982 yesterday
  • Worldwide mild condition cases: 17,763,864 compared to 17,625,283 yesterday
  • United States confirmed cases: 13,571,200 compared to 13,395,424 yesterday
  • US Deaths: 271,991 compared to 270,697 yesterday
  • Total US Recoveries: 8,018,059 compared to 7,893,152 yesterday
  • US Active cases: 5,281,150 compared to 5,231,575 yesterday
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases: 24,467 compared to 24,405 yesterday
  • Mild condition: 5,256,683 (99.5%) compared to 5,207,170 (99.5%) yesterday

Illinois reported 6,190 new cases and 85 deaths. Illinois now has a total of 726,304 positive tests and 12,278 deaths. The CBTS at the DuPage County Fairgrounds processed 367 samples today.

Since yesterday, there are 674 new cases of COVID-19 in DuPage County with 10 deaths of persons with COVID-19 infection reported: * 1 male 50s * 3 males 70s * 4 males 80s * 2 males 90s. DuPage County has 44,119 cases and 739 deaths.

NOTE: Due to delays with the Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH) reporting system used by local health departments, daily updates of new cases and deaths may not match the IDPH website until the issue is resolved. The current number of confirmed cases and deaths in DuPage County are available at the IDPH website here: https://www.dph.illinois.gov/covid19/covid19-statistics.

DuPage County Health Department (DCHD) recognizes that the COVID-19 Dashboard is an important tool for decision making and many within the community rely on these data. DCHD is working with IDPH to provide up-to-date information.

Positivity Rate, Hospital Admissions, and Medical Bed and ICU Bed Availability metrics continue to increase for Region 8, which consists of DuPage County and Kane County.

Region 8 positivity rate as shown below, decreased to 13.1 percent from 13.2 percent on the 7-day rolling average, with a three-day lag. Hospital bed availability is at a critical stage for the last three days. As of this morning at 12 a.m., the Region 8 ICU bed availability increased to 24 percent from 23.7 percent and the medical bed availability decreased to 22.2 percent from 23.1 percent.

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The third metric shown below indicates that COVID 19 patients were in the hospital on the seven-day rolling average as of yesterday in Region 8 decreased from 666 to 652 on that 7-day rolling average.

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If Region 8 ICU beds and ventilators were unavailable, other regions would be used to care for sick patients. As such, the Illinois Department of Public Health makes us aware of the hospital and surgical bed availability throughout the state. Those numbers, as seen below, indicate that 744 ICU beds and 3,969 ventilators are available throughout the state.

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As you review the figures below, please be reminded that the serious or critical cases are defined as "the number of patients currently being treated in an Intensive Care Unit (ICU)". A patient with mild condition symptoms may range from asymptomatic or sick with conditions that require hospitalization but not treatment in an ICU. Statistics from the World Health Organization and CDC provide the following breakdown of global cases from earlier today:

  • Worldwide Cases total 63,406,265 compared to 62,988,413 yesterday
  • Deaths worldwide total 1,471,022 compared to 1,464,012 yesterday
  • Number of people who have completely recovered worldwide is now 43,843,658 compared to 43,480,240 yesterday

Globally, there are 18,093,220 active cases compared to 18,044,161 active cases yesterday. The active cases are divided between 'mild condition' cases and 'serious or critical condition' cases. Mild cases are now 99.4 percent of the worldwide active cases.

  • Global serious or Critical Condition cases: 105,302 compared to 105,369 yesterday
  • Worldwide mild condition cases: 17,986,283 compared to 17,938,792 yesterday
  • United States confirmed cases: 13,815,753 compared to 13,706,884 yesterday
  • US Deaths: 273,619 compared to 272,867 yesterday
  • Total US Recoveries: 8,156,192 compared to 8,090,168 yesterday
  • US Active cases: 5,385,942 compared to 5,343,849 yesterday
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases: 24,806 compared to 24,642 yesterday
  • Mild condition: 5,361,136 (99.5%) compared to 5,319,207 (99.5%) yesterday

Please accept my apology for the delay in providing the report. Illinois reported 10,959 new cases and 192 deaths. Illinois now has a total of 759,562 positive tests and 12,830 deaths. The CBTS at the DuPage County Fairgrounds processed 280 samples today.

Since yesterday, there are 536 new cases of COVID-19 in DuPage County with 10 deaths of persons with COVID-19 infection reported: * 1 male 50s * 1 male 60s * 5 males 70s * 1 female 80s * 1 male 80s * 1 female 90s. DuPage County has 46,936 cases and 762 deaths.

NOTE: Due to delays with the Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH) reporting system used by local health departments, daily updates of new cases and deaths may not match the IDPH website until the issue is resolved. The current number of confirmed cases and deaths in DuPage County are available at the IDPH website here: https://www.dph.illinois.gov/covid19/covid19-statistics.

DuPage County Health Department (DCHD) recognizes that the COVID-19 Dashboard is an important tool for decision making and many within the community rely on these data. DCHD is working with IDPH to provide up-to-date information.

Positivity Rate, Hospital Admissions, and Medical Bed and ICU Bed Availability metrics continue to increase for Region 8, which consists of DuPage County and Kane County.

Region 8 positivity rate as shown below, increased from 12.5 percent to 12.9 percent on the 7-day rolling average, with a three-day lag. As of this morning at 12 a.m., the Region 8 ICU bed availability decreased to 23.3 percent from 24.1 percent and the medical bed availability decreased to 14.6 percent from 16.2 percent.

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The third metric shown below indicates that COVID 19 patients were in the hospital on the seven-day rolling average as of yesterday in Region 8 decreased from 637 to 631 on that 7-day rolling average.

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If Region 8 ICU beds and ventilators were unavailable, other regions would be used to care for sick patients. As such, the Illinois Department of Public Health makes us aware of the hospital and surgical bed availability throughout the state. Those numbers, as seen below, indicate that 600 ICU beds and 3,909 ventilators are available throughout the state.

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As you review the figures below, please be reminded that the serious or critical cases are defined as "the number of patients currently being treated in an Intensive Care Unit (ICU)". A patient with mild condition symptoms may range from asymptomatic or sick with conditions that require hospitalization but not treatment in an ICU. Statistics from the World Health Organization and CDC provide the following breakdown of global cases from earlier today:

  • Worldwide Cases total 65,290,620 compared to 64,653,758 yesterday
  • Deaths worldwide total 1,507,570 compared to 1,495,819 yesterday
  • Number of people who have completely recovered worldwide is now 45,225,870 compared to 44,797,861 yesterday

Globally, there are 18,557,180 active cases compared to 18,360,078 active cases yesterday. The active cases are divided between 'mild condition' cases and 'serious or critical condition' cases. Mild cases are now 99.4 percent of the worldwide active cases.

  • Global serious or Critical Condition cases: 106,648 compared to 105,929 yesterday
  • Worldwide mild condition cases: 18,450,532 compared to 18,254,149 yesterday
  • United States confirmed cases: 14,420,790 compared to 14,233,770 yesterday
  • US Deaths: 281,367 compared to 279,015 yesterday
  • Total US Recoveries: 8,509,333 compared to 8,409,729 yesterday
  • US Active cases: 5,630,090 compared to 5,545,026 yesterday
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases: 26,166 compared to 25,792 yesterday
  • Mild condition: 5,603,824 (99.5%) compared to 5,519,234 (99.5%) yesterday

Illinois reported 7,598 new cases and 76 deaths. Illinois now has a total of 787,573 positive tests and 13,255 deaths.

Since yesterday, there are 634 new cases of COVID-19 in DuPage County with 10 deaths of persons with COVID-19 infection reported: * 1 male 30s * 1 female 60s *1 male 60s * 1 male 70s * 1 male 80s * 2 females 90s * 3 males 90s. DuPage County has a total of 48,891 cases and 792 deaths.

NOTE: Due to delays with the Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH) reporting system used by local health departments, daily updates of new cases and deaths may not match the IDPH website until the issue is resolved. The current number of confirmed cases and deaths in DuPage County are available at the IDPH website here: https://www.dph.illinois.gov/covid19/covid19-statistics.

DuPage County Health Department (DCHD) recognizes that the COVID-19 Dashboard is an important tool for decision making and many within the community rely on these data. DCHD is working with IDPH to provide up-to-date information.

Positivity Rate, Hospital Admissions, and Medical Bed and ICU Bed Availability metrics continue to increase for Region 8, which consists of DuPage County and Kane County.

Region 8 positivity rate as shown below, increased from 13.1 percent to 13.2 percent on the 7-day rolling average, with a three-day lag. As of this morning at 12 a.m., the Region 8 ICU bed availability decreased from 21.3 percent to 21.1 percent and the medical bed availability increased to 14.1 percent from 13.4 percent.

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The third metric shown below indicates that COVID 19 patients were in the hospital on the seven-day rolling average as of yesterday in Region 8 decreased from 627 to 613 on that 7-day rolling average.

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If Region 8 ICU beds and ventilators were unavailable, other regions would be used to care for sick patients. As such, the Illinois Department of Public Health makes us aware of the hospital and surgical bed availability throughout the state. Those numbers, as seen below, indicate that 678 ICU beds and 3,996 ventilators are available throughout the state, which represents a decrease in both numbers since yesterday’s report.

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As you review the figures below, please be reminded that the serious or critical cases are defined as "the number of patients currently being treated in an Intensive Care Unit (ICU)". A patient with mild condition symptoms may range from asymptomatic or sick with conditions that require hospitalization but not treatment in an ICU. Statistics from the World Health Organization and CDC provide the following breakdown of global cases from earlier today:

  • Worldwide Cases total 67,137,639 compared to 66,622,495 yesterday
  • Deaths worldwide total 1,538,550 compared to 1,530,931 yesterday
  • Number of people who have completely recovered worldwide is now 46,452,579 compared to 46,066,816 yesterday

Globally, there are 19,146,510 active cases compared to 19,024,748 active cases yesterday. The active cases are divided between 'mild condition' cases and 'serious or critical condition' cases. Mild cases are now 99.4 percent of the worldwide active cases.

  • Global serious or Critical Condition cases: 105,981 compared to 106,079 yesterday
  • Worldwide mild condition cases: 19,040,529 compared to 18,918,669 yesterday
  • United States confirmed cases: 15,017,349 compared to 14,862,058 yesterday
  • US Deaths: 288,081 compared to 286,622 yesterday
  • Total US Recoveries: 8,797,632 compared to 8,679,477 yesterday
  • US Active cases: 5,931,636 compared to 5,895,959 yesterday
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases:26,272 compared to 26,160 yesterday
  • Mild condition: 5,905,364 (99.5%) compared to 5,869,799 (99.5%) yesterday

Illinois reported 8,691 new cases and 90 deaths. Illinois now has a total of 796,264 positive tests and 13,343 deaths. The CBTS at the DuPage County Fairgrounds collected 365 samples today.

At this time, we cannot confirm the numbers for DuPage County. The number will be updated tomorrow in the report. The State of Illinois reports that there are 51,051 cases in DuPage and 802 deaths, which would represent an additional 2,160 cases and 10 deaths.

NOTE: Due to delays with the Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH) reporting system used by local health departments, daily updates of new cases and deaths may not match the IDPH website until the issue is resolved. The current number of confirmed cases and deaths in DuPage County are available at the IDPH website here: https://www.dph.illinois.gov/covid19/covid19-statistics.

DuPage County Health Department (DCHD) recognizes that the COVID-19 Dashboard is an important tool for decision making and many within the community rely on these data. DCHD is working with IDPH to provide up-to-date information.

Positivity Rate, Hospital Admissions, and Medical Bed and ICU Bed Availability metrics continue to increase for Region 8, which consists of DuPage County and Kane County.

Region 8 positivity rate as shown below, decreased to 13 percent from 13.2 percent on the 7-day rolling average, with a three-day lag. As of this morning at 12 am, the Region 8 ICU bed availability decreased to 20.3 percent from 21.1 percent and the medical bed availability increased from 14.1 percent to 16.1 percent.

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The third metric shown below indicates that COVID 19 patients were in the hospital on the seven-day rolling average as of yesterday in Region 8 decreased from 613 to 607 on that 7-day rolling average.

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If Region 8 ICU beds and ventilators were unavailable, other regions would be used to care for sick patients. As such, the Illinois Department of Public Health makes us aware of the hospital and surgical bed availability throughout the state. Those numbers, as seen below, indicate that 701 ICU beds and 3,929 ventilators are available throughout the state.

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As you review the figures below, please be reminded that the serious or critical cases are defined as "the number of patients currently being treated in an Intensive Care Unit (ICU)". A patient with mild condition symptoms may range from asymptomatic or sick with conditions that require hospitalization but not treatment in an ICU. Statistics from the World Health Organization and CDC provide the following breakdown of global cases from earlier today:

  • Worldwide Cases total 67,695,892 compared to 67,137,639 yesterday
  • Deaths worldwide total 1,546,613 compared to 1,538,550 yesterday
  • Number of people who have completely recovered worldwide is now 46,796,851 compared to 46,452,579 yesterday

Globally, there are 19,352,428 active cases compared to 19,146,510 active cases yesterday. The active cases are divided between 'mild condition' cases and 'serious or critical condition' cases. Mild cases are now 99.4 percent of the worldwide active cases.

  • Global serious or Critical Condition cases: 106,244 compared to 105,981 yesterday
  • Worldwide mild condition cases: 19,246,184 compared to 19,040,529 yesterday
  • United States confirmed cases: 15, 223,481 compared to 15,017,349 yesterday
  • US Deaths: 289,369 compared to 288,081 yesterday
  • Total US Recoveries: 8,877,683 compared to 8,797,632 yesterday
  • US Active cases: 6,056,429 compared to 5,931,636 yesterday
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases:26,455 compared to 26,272 yesterday
  • Mild condition: 6,029,974 (99.6%) compared to 5,905,364 (99.5%) yesterday

Illinois reported 7,656 new cases and 179 deaths. Illinois now has a total of 804,774 positive tests and 13,666 deaths. The CBTS at the DuPage County Fairgrounds collected 255 samples today.

Since yesterday, there are 609 new cases of COVID-19 in DuPage County with nine deaths of persons with COVID-19 infection reported: * 1 female 60s * 1 male 60s * 1 female 70s 3 females 80s * 1 male 80s * 1 female 90s * 1 male 90s. DuPage has a total of 50,659 cases and 809 deaths.

NOTE: Due to delays with the Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH) reporting system used by local health departments, daily updates of new cases and deaths may not match the IDPH website until the issue is resolved. The current number of confirmed cases and deaths in DuPage County are available at the IDPH website here: https://www.dph.illinois.gov/covid19/covid19-statistics.

DuPage County Health Department (DCHD) recognizes that the COVID-19 Dashboard is an important tool for decision making and many within the community rely on these data. DCHD is working with IDPH to provide up-to-date information.

Positivity Rate, Hospital Admissions, and Medical Bed and ICU Bed Availability metrics continue to increase for Region 8, which consists of DuPage County and Kane County.

Region 8 positivity rate as shown below, increased from 13.2 percent to 13.5 percent on the 7-day rolling average, with a three-day lag. As of this morning at 12 am, the Region 8 ICU bed availability decreased from 18.6 percent to 17.6 percent and the medical bed availability decreased to 15.2 percent from 16.5 percent.

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The third metric shown below indicates that COVID 19 patients were in the hospital on the seven-day rolling average as of yesterday in Region 8 decreased from 595 to 586 on that 7-day rolling average.

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If Region 8 ICU beds and ventilators were unavailable, other regions would be used to care for sick patients. As such, the Illinois Department of Public Health makes us aware of the hospital and surgical bed availability throughout the state. Those numbers, as seen below, indicate that 596 ICU beds and 3,954 ventilators are available throughout the state.

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As you review the figures below, please be reminded that the serious or critical cases are defined as "the number of patients currently being treated in an Intensive Care Unit (ICU)". A patient with mild condition symptoms may range from asymptomatic or sick with conditions that require hospitalization but not treatment in an ICU. Statistics from the World Health Organization and CDC provide the following breakdown of global cases from earlier today:

  • Worldwide Cases total 68,933,047 compared to 68,268,856 yesterday
  • Deaths worldwide total 1,570,246 compared to 1,556,931 yesterday
  • Number of people who have completely recovered worldwide is now 47,783,270 compared to 47,256,066 yesterday

Globally, there are 19,579,531 active cases compared to 19,455,859 active cases yesterday. The active cases are divided between 'mild condition' cases and 'serious or critical condition' cases. Mild cases are now 99.4 percent of the worldwide active cases.

  • Global serious or Critical Condition cases: 106,133 compared to 106,096 yesterday
  • Worldwide mild condition cases: 19,473,398 compared 19,349,763 yesterday
  • United States confirmed cases: 15,650,738 compared to 15,246,531 yesterday
  • US Deaths: 294,411 compared to 291,495 yesterday
  • Total US Recoveries: 9,118,905 compared to 8,999,857 yesterday
  • US Active cases: 6,237,422 compared to 6,135,179 yesterday
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases: 26,870 compared to 26,502 yesterday
  • Mild condition: 6,210,552 (99.6%) compared to 6,108,677(99.6%) yesterday

Illinois reported 9,420 new cases and 189 deaths. Illinois now has a total of 832,951 positive tests and 14,050 deaths. The CBTS at the DuPage County Fairgrounds collected 254 samples today.

Since yesterday, there are 566 new cases of COVID-19 in DuPage County with 11 deaths of persons with COVID-19 infection reported: * 1 male 60s * 3 males 70s * 4 females 80s * 3 females 90s. DuPage has a total of 51,779 cases and 826 deaths.

NOTE: Due to delays with the Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH) reporting system used by local health departments, daily updates of new cases and deaths may not match the IDPH website until the issue is resolved. The current number of confirmed cases and deaths in DuPage County are available at the IDPH website here: https://www.dph.illinois.gov/covid19/covid19-statistics.

DuPage County Health Department (DCHD) recognizes that the COVID-19 Dashboard is an important tool for decision making and many within the community rely on these data. DCHD is working with IDPH to provide up-to-date information.

Positivity Rate, Hospital Admissions, and Medical Bed and ICU Bed Availability metrics continue to increase for Region 8, which consists of DuPage County and Kane County.

Region 8 positivity rate as shown below, decreased from 13.7 percent to 13.4 percent on the 7-day rolling average, with a three-day lag. As of this morning at 12 am, the Region 8 ICU bed availability decreased from 16.2 percent to 15.3 percent and the medical bed availability decreased from 12.9 percent to 11.9 percent.

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The third metric shown below indicates that COVID 19 patients were in the hospital on the seven-day rolling average as of yesterday in Region 8 decreased from 574 to 565 on that 7-day rolling average.

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If Region 8 ICU beds and ventilators were unavailable, other regions would be used to care for sick patients. As such, the Illinois Department of Public Health makes us aware of the hospital and surgical bed availability throughout the state. Those numbers, as seen below, indicate that 617 ICU beds and 3,959 ventilators are available throughout the state.

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As you review the figures below, please be reminded that the serious or critical cases are defined as "the number of patients currently being treated in an Intensive Care Unit (ICU)". A patient with mild condition symptoms may range from asymptomatic or sick with conditions that require hospitalization but not treatment in an ICU. Statistics from the World Health Organization and CDC provide the following breakdown of global cases from earlier today:

  • Worldwide Cases total 71,178,272 compared to 69,634,928 yesterday
  • Deaths worldwide total 1,597,141 compared to 1,583,352 yesterday
  • Number of people who have completely recovered worldwide is now 49,413,152 compared to 48,277,168 yesterday

Globally, there are 20,167,979 active cases compared to 19,774,408 active cases yesterday. The active cases are divided between 'mild condition' cases and 'serious or critical condition' cases. Mild cases are now 99.5 percent of the worldwide active cases.

  • Global serious or Critical Condition cases: 106,527 compared to 106,810 yesterday
  • Worldwide mild condition cases: 20,061,452 compared to 19,667,598 yesterday
  • United States confirmed cases: 16,145,582 compared to 15,893,995 yesterday
  • US Deaths: 301,244 compared to 298,011 yesterday
  • Total US Recoveries: 9,356,757 compared to 9,243,685 yesterday
  • US Active cases: 6,487,581 compared to 6,352,299 yesterday
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases: 27,364 compared to 27,318 yesterday
  • Mild condition: 6,460,217 (99.6%) compared to 6,324,981 (99.6%) yesterday

Illinois reported 8,737 new cases and 126 deaths. Illinois now has a total of 841,688 positive tests and 14,176 deaths.

Since yesterday, there are 581 new cases of COVID-19 in DuPage County with 10 deaths of persons with COVID-19 infection reported: * 5 females 90s * 3 males 90s * 2 females 100s. DuPage has a total of 52,360 cases and 836 deaths.

NOTE: Due to delays with the Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH) reporting system used by local health departments, daily updates of new cases and deaths may not match the IDPH website until the issue is resolved. The current number of confirmed cases and deaths in DuPage County are available at the IDPH website here: https://www.dph.illinois.gov/covid19/covid19-statistics.

DuPage County Health Department (DCHD) recognizes that the COVID-19 Dashboard is an important tool for decision making and many within the community rely on these data. DCHD is working with IDPH to provide up-to-date information.

Positivity Rate, Medical Bed Availability and ICU Bed Availability metrics continue to elicit concern in Region 8, which consists of DuPage County and Kane County.

Region 8 positivity rate as shown below, decreased from 13.4 percent to 13.3 percent on the 7-day rolling average, with a three-day lag. As of this morning at 12 am, the Region 8 ICU bed availability increased to 16.6 percent from 15.3 percent and the medical bed availability increased from 11.9 percent to 13.3 percent.

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The third metric shown below indicates that COVID 19 patients were in the hospital on the seven-day rolling average as of yesterday in Region 8 decreased from 565 to 557. The good news is that the number continues to decrease.

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If Region 8 ICU beds and ventilators were unavailable, other regions would be used to care for sick patients. As such, the Illinois Department of Public Health makes us aware of the hospital and surgical bed availability throughout the state. Those numbers, as seen below, indicate that 620 ICU beds and 3,997 ventilators are available throughout the state.

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As you review the figures below, please be reminded that the serious or critical cases are defined as "the number of patients currently being treated in an Intensive Care Unit (ICU)". A patient with mild condition symptoms may range from asymptomatic or sick with conditions that require hospitalization but not treatment in an ICU. Statistics from the World Health Organization and CDC provide the following breakdown of global cases from earlier today:

  • Worldwide Cases total 71,822,901 compared to 71,178,272 yesterday
  • Deaths worldwide total 1,607,852 compared to 1,597,141 yesterday
  • Number of people who have completely recovered worldwide is now 50,330,726 compared to 49,413,152 yesterday

Globally, there are 19,884,323 active cases compared to 20,167,979 active cases yesterday. The active cases are divided between 'mild condition' cases and 'serious or critical condition' cases. Mild cases are now 99.5 percent of the worldwide active cases.

  • Global serious or Critical Condition cases: 106,575 compared to 106,527 yesterday
  • Worldwide mild condition cases: 19,777,748 compared to 20,061,452 yesterday
  • United States confirmed cases: 16,383,651 compared to 16,145,582 yesterday
  • US Deaths: 303,831 compared to 301,244 yesterday
  • Total US Recoveries: 9,539,937 compared to 9,356,757 yesterday
  • US Active cases: 6,539,883 compared to 6,487,581 yesterday
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases: 27,308 compared to 27,364 yesterday
  • Mild condition: 6,512,575 (99.6%) compared to 6,460,217 (99.6%) yesterday

Illinois reported 7,216 new cases and 115 deaths. Illinois now has a total of 841,688 positive tests and 14,291 deaths.

Since yesterday, there are 606 new cases of COVID-19 in DuPage County with five deaths of persons with COVID-19 infection reported: * 3 males 70s * 1 female 90s * 1 male 90s. DuPage has a total of 52,966 cases and 841 deaths.

NOTE: Due to delays with the Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH) reporting system used by local health departments, daily updates of new cases and deaths may not match the IDPH website until the issue is resolved. The current number of confirmed cases and deaths in DuPage County are available at the IDPH website here: https://www.dph.illinois.gov/covid19/covid19-statistics.

DuPage County Health Department (DCHD) recognizes that the COVID-19 Dashboard is an important tool for decision making and many within the community rely on these data. DCHD is working with IDPH to provide up-to-date information.

Positivity Rate, Medical Bed Availability and ICU Bed Availability metrics continue to elicit concern in Region 8, which consists of DuPage County and Kane County.

Region 8 positivity rate as shown below, decreased from 13.3 percent to 12.7 percent on the 7-day rolling average, with a three-day lag. As of this morning at 12 am, the Region 8 ICU bed availability increased to 19.1 percent from 16.6 percent and the medical bed availability increased from 13.3 percent to 15.6 percent.

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The third metric shown below indicates that COVID 19 patients were in the hospital on the seven-day rolling average as of yesterday in Region 8 increased from 557 to 558 on that 7-day rolling average.

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If Region 8 ICU beds and ventilators were unavailable, other regions would be used to care for sick patients. As such, the Illinois Department of Public Health makes us aware of the hospital and surgical bed availability throughout the state. Those numbers, as seen below, indicate that 673 ICU beds and 4,056 ventilators are available throughout the state.

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As you review the figures below, please be reminded that the serious or critical cases are defined as "the number of patients currently being treated in an Intensive Care Unit (ICU)". A patient with mild condition symptoms may range from asymptomatic or sick with conditions that require hospitalization but not treatment in an ICU. Statistics from the World Health Organization and CDC provide the following breakdown of global cases from earlier today:

  • Worldwide Cases total 72,561,788 compared to 71,822,901 yesterday
  • Deaths worldwide total 1,617,713 compared to 1,607,852 yesterday
  • Number of people who have completely recovered worldwide is now 50,792,225 compared to 50,330,726 yesterday

Globally, there are 20,151,850 active cases compared to 19,884,323 active cases yesterday. The active cases are divided between 'mild condition' cases and 'serious or critical condition' cases. Mild cases are now 99.5 percent of the worldwide active cases.

  • Global serious or Critical Condition cases: 106,182 compared to 106,575 yesterday
  • Worldwide mild condition cases: 20,045,668 compared to 19,777,748 yesterday
  • United States confirmed cases: 16,681,510 compared to 16,383,651 yesterday
  • US Deaths: 305,974 compared to 303,831 yesterday
  • Total US Recoveries: 9,700,077 compared to 9,539,937 yesterday
  • US Active cases: 6,675,459 compared to 6,539,883 yesterday
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases:27,550 compared to 27,308 yesterday
  • Mild condition: 6,647,909 (99.6%) compared to 6,512,575 (99.6%) yesterday

Illinois reported 7,214 new cases and 103 deaths. Illinois now has a total of 856,118 positive tests and 14,394 deaths. The CBTS at the DuPage County Fairgrounds collected 344 samples today.

Since yesterday, there are 794 new cases of COVID-19 in DuPage County with five deaths of persons with COVID-19 infection reported: * 1 male 50s * 2 females 80s * 2 females 90s. DuPage has a total of 53,760 cases and 846 deaths.

NOTE: Due to delays with the Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH) reporting system used by local health departments, daily updates of new cases and deaths may not match the IDPH website until the issue is resolved. The current number of confirmed cases and deaths in DuPage County are available at the IDPH website here: https://www.dph.illinois.gov/covid19/covid19-statistics.

DuPage County Health Department (DCHD) recognizes that the COVID-19 Dashboard is an important tool for decision making and many within the community rely on these data. DCHD is working with IDPH to provide up-to-date information.

Positivity Rate, Medical Bed Availability and ICU Bed Availability metrics continue to elicit concern in Region 8, which consists of DuPage County and Kane County.

Region 8 positivity rate as shown below, decreased from 12.7 percent to 11.8 percent on the 7-day rolling average, with a three-day lag. As of this morning at 12 a.m., the Region 8 ICU bed availability increased to 24.5 percent from 19.1 percent and the medical bed availability increased from 15.6 percent to 18.8 percent.

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The third metric shown below indicates that COVID 19 patients were in the hospital on the seven-day rolling average as of yesterday in Region 8 increased from 557 to 558 on that 7-day rolling average.

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If Region 8 ICU beds and ventilators were unavailable, other regions would be used to care for sick patients. As such, the Illinois Department of Public Health makes us aware of the hospital and surgical bed availability throughout the state. Those numbers, as seen below, indicate that 766 ICU beds and 4,092 ventilators are available throughout the state.

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As you review the figures below, please be reminded that the serious or critical cases are defined as "the number of patients currently being treated in an Intensive Care Unit (ICU)". A patient with mild condition symptoms may range from asymptomatic or sick with conditions that require hospitalization but not treatment in an ICU. Statistics from the World Health Organization and CDC provide the following breakdown of global cases from earlier today:

  • Worldwide Cases total 73,041,782 compared to 72,561,788 yesterday
  • Deaths worldwide total 1,625,472 compared to 1,617,713 yesterday
  • Number of people who have completely recovered worldwide is now 51,146,544 compared to 50,792,225 yesterday

Globally, there are 20,269,766 active cases compared to 20,151,850 active cases yesterday. The active cases are divided between 'mild condition' cases and 'serious or critical condition' cases. Mild cases are now 99.5 percent of the worldwide active cases.

  • Global serious or Critical Condition cases: 106,302 compared to 106,182 yesterday
  • Worldwide mild condition cases: 20,163,464 compared to 20,045,668 yesterday
  • United States confirmed cases: 16,856,145 compared to 16,681,510 yesterday
  • US Deaths: 307,471 compared to 305,974 yesterday
  • Total US Recoveries: 9,766,841 compared to 9,700,077 yesterday
  • US Active cases: 6,781,833 compared to 6,675,459 yesterday
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases:27,636 compared to 27,550 yesterday
  • Mild condition: 6,754,197 (99.6%) compared to 6,647,909 (99.6%) yesterday

Illinois reported 7,359 new cases and 115 deaths. Illinois now has a total of 863,477 positive tests and 14,509 deaths. The CBTS at the DuPage County Fairgrounds collected 283 samples today.

Since yesterday, there are 427 new cases of COVID-19 in DuPage County with two deaths of persons with COVID-19 infection reported: * 2 females 80s. DuPage has a total of 54,187 cases and 848 deaths.

NOTE: Due to delays with the Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH) reporting system used by local health departments, daily updates of new cases and deaths may not match the IDPH website until the issue is resolved. The current number of confirmed cases and deaths in DuPage County are available at the IDPH website here: https://www.dph.illinois.gov/covid19/covid19-statistics.

DuPage County Health Department (DCHD) recognizes that the COVID-19 Dashboard is an important tool for decision making and many within the community rely on these data. DCHD is working with IDPH to provide up-to-date information.

Positivity Rate, Medical Bed Availability and ICU Bed Availability metrics continue to elicit concern in Region 8, which consists of DuPage County and Kane County.

Region 8 positivity rate as shown below, decreased from 11.8 percent to 11.6 percent on the 7-day rolling average, with a three-day lag. As of this morning at 12 am, the Region 8 ICU bed availability increased to 27 percent from 24.5 percent and the medical bed availability increased from 18.8 percent to 19.7 percent.

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The third metric shown below indicates that COVID 19 patients were in the hospital on the seven-day rolling average as of yesterday in Region 8 decreased to 549 from 552 on that 7-day rolling average.

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If Region 8 ICU beds and ventilators were unavailable, other regions would be used to care for sick patients. As such, the Illinois Department of Public Health makes us aware of the hospital and surgical bed availability throughout the state. Those numbers, as seen below, indicate that 703 ICU beds and 4,087 ventilators are available throughout the state.

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As you review the figures below, please be reminded that the serious or critical cases are defined as "the number of patients currently being treated in an Intensive Care Unit (ICU)". A patient with mild condition symptoms may range from asymptomatic or sick with conditions that require hospitalization but not treatment in an ICU. Statistics from the World Health Organization and CDC provide the following breakdown of global cases from earlier today:

  • Worldwide Cases total 73,535,996 compared to 73,041,782 yesterday
  • Deaths worldwide total 1,635,351 compared to 1,625,472 yesterday
  • Number of people who have completely recovered worldwide is now 51,599,044 compared to 51,146,544 yesterday

Globally, there are 20,301,601 active cases compared to 20,269,766 active cases yesterday. The active cases are divided between 'mild condition' cases and 'serious or critical condition' cases. Mild cases are now 99.5 percent of the worldwide active cases.

  • Global serious or Critical Condition cases: 106,426 compared to 106,302 yesterday
  • Worldwide mild condition cases: 20,195,175 compared to 20,163,464 yesterday
  • United States confirmed cases: 16,993,506 compared to 16,856,145 yesterday
  • US Deaths: 309,046 compared to 307,471 yesterday
  • Total US Recoveries: 9,891,163 compared to 9,766,841 yesterday
  • US Active cases: 6,793,297 compared to 6,781,833 yesterday
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases:27,877 compared to 27,636 yesterday
  • Mild condition: 6,765,420 (99.6%) compared to 6,754,197 (99.6%) yesterday

Illinois reported 7,123 new cases and 146 deaths. Illinois now has a total of 870,600 positive tests and 14,655 deaths. The CBTS at the DuPage County Fairgrounds collected 272 samples today.

As of today at 7:15 pm, we do not have numbers for DuPage County. I will include those numbers tomorrow.

NOTE: Due to delays with the Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH) reporting system used by local health departments, daily updates of new cases and deaths may not match the IDPH website until the issue is resolved. The current number of confirmed cases and deaths in DuPage County are available at the IDPH website here: https://www.dph.illinois.gov/covid19/covid19-statistics.

DuPage County Health Department (DCHD) recognizes that the COVID-19 Dashboard is an important tool for decision making and many within the community rely on these data. DCHD is working with IDPH to provide up-to-date information.

Positivity Rate, Medical Bed Availability and ICU Bed Availability metrics continue to elicit concern in Region 8, which consists of DuPage County and Kane County.

Region 8 positivity rate as shown below, decreased from 11.6 percent to 11 percent on the 7-day rolling average, with a three-day lag. As of this morning at 12 am, the Region 8 ICU bed availability decreased from 27 percent to 26.5 percent and the medical bed availability decreased to 19.3 percent from 19.7 percent.

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The third metric shown below indicates that COVID 19 patients were in the hospital on the seven-day rolling average as of yesterday in Region 8 decreased to 537 from 549 on that 7-day rolling average.

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If Region 8 ICU beds and ventilators were unavailable, other regions would be used to care for sick patients. As such, the Illinois Department of Public Health makes us aware of the hospital and surgical bed availability throughout the state. Those numbers, as seen below, indicate that 653 ICU beds and 4,028 ventilators are available throughout the state.

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As you review the figures below, please be reminded that the serious or critical cases are defined as "the number of patients currently being treated in an Intensive Care Unit (ICU)". A patient with mild condition symptoms may range from asymptomatic or sick with conditions that require hospitalization but not treatment in an ICU. Statistics from the World Health Organization and CDC provide the following breakdown of global cases from earlier today:

  • Worldwide Cases total 74,152,931 compared to 73,535,996 yesterday
  • Deaths worldwide total 1,648,567 compared to 1,635,351 yesterday
  • Number of people who have completely recovered worldwide is now 52,096,935 compared to 51,599,044 yesterday

Globally, there are 20,407,429 active cases compared to 20,301,601 active cases yesterday. The active cases are divided between 'mild condition' cases and 'serious or critical condition' cases. Mild cases are now 99.5 percent of the worldwide active cases.

  • Global serious or Critical Condition cases: 107,253 compared to 106,426 yesterday
  • Worldwide mild condition cases: 20,300,176 compared to 20,195,175 yesterday
  • United States confirmed cases: 17,192,945 compared to 16,993,506 yesterday
  • US Deaths: 312,066 compared to 309,046 yesterday
  • Total US Recoveries: 10,023,397 compared to 9,891,163 yesterday
  • US Active cases: 6,857,482 compared to 6,793,297 yesterday
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases:28,306 compared to 27,877 yesterday
  • Mild condition: 6,829,176 (99.6%) compared to 6,765,420 (99.6%) yesterday

Illinois reported 8,828 new cases and 181 deaths. Illinois now has a total of 879,428 positive tests and 14,835 deaths. The CBTS at the DuPage County Fairgrounds collected 313 samples today.

Yesterday, we should have reported 387 new cases of COVID-19 in DuPage County with 10 deaths of persons with COVID-19 infection reported: * 2 males 60s * 2 females 70s * 1 male 70s * 2 females 80s * 2 males 80s * 1 male 90s. DuPage has a total of 54,547 cases and 858 deaths. Tonight, as of 7:00 pm, we don't have DuPage numbers. I will provide those numbers tomorrow.

NOTE: Due to delays with the Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH) reporting system used by local health departments, daily updates of new cases and deaths may not match the IDPH website until the issue is resolved. The current number of confirmed cases and deaths in DuPage County are available at the IDPH website here: https://www.dph.illinois.gov/covid19/covid19-statistics.

DuPage County Health Department (DCHD) recognizes that the COVID-19 Dashboard is an important tool for decision making and many within the community rely on these data. DCHD is working with IDPH to provide up-to-date information.

Positivity Rate, Medical Bed Availability and ICU Bed Availability metrics continue to elicit concern in Region 8, which consists of DuPage County and Kane County.

Region 8 positivity rate as shown below, decreased from 11.6 percent to 11 percent on the 7-day rolling average, with a three-day lag. As of this morning at 12 am, the Region 8 ICU bed availability decreased from 26.5 percent to 23.9 percent and the medical bed availability decreased from 19.3 percent to 17.6 percent.

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The third metric shown below indicates that COVID 19 patients were in the hospital on the seven-day rolling average as of yesterday in Region 8 decreased from 537 to 533 on that 7-day rolling average.

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If Region 8 ICU beds and ventilators were unavailable, other regions would be used to care for sick patients. As such, the Illinois Department of Public Health makes us aware of the hospital and surgical bed availability throughout the state. Those numbers, as seen below, indicate that 656 ICU beds and 4,123 ventilators are available throughout the state.

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As you review the figures below, please be reminded that the serious or critical cases are defined as "the number of patients currently being treated in an Intensive Care Unit (ICU)". A patient with mild condition symptoms may range from asymptomatic or sick with conditions that require hospitalization but not treatment in an ICU. Statistics from the World Health Organization and CDC provide the following breakdown of global cases from earlier today:

  • Worldwide Cases total 74,965,806 compared to 74,152,931 yesterday
  • Deaths worldwide total 1,662,841 compared to 1,648,567 yesterday
  • Number of people who have completely recovered worldwide is now 52,645,278 compared to 52,096,935 yesterday

Globally, there are 20,657,687 active cases compared to 20,407,429 active cases yesterday. The active cases are divided between 'mild condition' cases and 'serious or critical condition' cases. Mild cases are now 99.5 percent of the worldwide active cases.

  • Global serious or Critical Condition cases: 107,113 compared to 107,253 yesterday
  • Worldwide mild condition cases: 20,550,574 compared to 20,300,176 yesterday
  • United States confirmed cases: 17,459,238 compared to 17,192,945 yesterday
  • US Deaths: 315,747 compared to 312,066 yesterday
  • Total US Recoveries: 10,180,441 compared to 10,023,397 yesterday
  • US Active cases: 6,963,050 compared to 6,857,482 yesterday
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases:28,302 compared to 28,306 yesterday
  • Mild condition: 6,934,648 (99.6%) compared to 6,829,176 (99.6%) yesterday

Illinois reported 7,377 new cases and 181 deaths. Illinois now has a total of 886,805 positive tests and 15,015 deaths. The CBTS at the DuPage County Fairgrounds collected 394 samples today.

Yesterday, we would have reported 407 new cases of COVID-19 in DuPage County with five deaths of persons with COVID-19 infection reported: * 1 male 50s * 1 female 60s * 1 male 60s * 1 male 70s * 1 female 90s. Since yesterday, there's a net decrease of one case of COVID-19 in DuPage County (possibly due to ongoing data quality assurance by multiple jurisdictions resulting in out-of-jurisdiction case transfers and case reclassification, as well as intermittent data processing backlog at IDPH) with six deaths of persons with COVID-19 infection reported: * 1 male 40s * 1 male 50s * 2 female 80s * 1 female 90s * 1 male 90s. DuPage has a total of 54,980 cases and 869 deaths.

NOTE: Due to delays with the Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH) reporting system used by local health departments, daily updates of new cases and deaths may not match the IDPH website until the issue is resolved. The current number of confirmed cases and deaths in DuPage County are available at the IDPH website here: https://www.dph.illinois.gov/covid19/covid19-statistics.

DuPage County Health Department (DCHD) recognizes that the COVID-19 Dashboard is an important tool for decision making and many within the community rely on these data. DCHD is working with IDPH to provide up-to-date information.

Positivity Rate, Medical Bed Availability and ICU Bed Availability metrics continue to elicit concern in Region 8, which consists of DuPage County and Kane County.

Region 8 positivity rate as shown below, decreased to 10.7 percent from 11 percent on the 7-day rolling average, with a three-day lag. As of this morning at 12 am, the Region 8 ICU bed availability decreased to 20.2 percent from 23.9 percent and the medical bed availability decreased to 16.9 percent from 17.6 percent.

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The third metric shown below indicates that COVID 19 patients were in the hospital on the seven-day rolling average as of yesterday in Region 8 decreased to 524 from 533 on that 7-day rolling average.

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If Region 8 ICU beds and ventilators were unavailable, other regions would be used to care for sick patients. As such, the Illinois Department of Public Health makes us aware of the hospital and surgical bed availability throughout the state. Those numbers, as seen below, indicate that 666 ICU beds and 4,079 ventilators are available throughout the state.

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As you review the figures below, please be reminded that the serious or critical cases are defined as "the number of patients currently being treated in an Intensive Care Unit (ICU)". A patient with mild condition symptoms may range from asymptomatic or sick with conditions that require hospitalization but not treatment in an ICU. Statistics from the World Health Organization and CDC provide the following breakdown of global cases from earlier today:

  • Worldwide Cases total 75,779,577 compared to 74,965,806 yesterday
  • Deaths worldwide total 1,676,393 compared to 1,662,841 yesterday
  • Number of people who have completely recovered worldwide is now 53,139,785 compared to 52,645,278 yesterday

Globally, there are 20,963,399 active cases compared to 20,657,687 active cases yesterday. The active cases are divided between 'mild condition' cases and 'serious or critical condition' cases. Mild cases are now 99.5 percent of the worldwide active cases.

  • Global serious or Critical Condition cases: 107,108 compared to 107,113 yesterday
  • Worldwide mild condition cases: 20,856,291 compared to 20,550,574 yesterday
  • United States confirmed cases: 17,788,561 compared to 17,459,238 yesterday
  • US Deaths: 319,775 compared to 315,747 yesterday
  • Total US Recoveries: 10,342,808 compared to 10,180,441 yesterday
  • US Active cases: 7,125,978 compared to 6,963,050 yesterday
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases:28,149 compared to 28,302 yesterday
  • Mild condition: 7,097,829 (99.6%) compared to 6,934,648 (99.6%) yesterday

Illinois reported 7,562 new cases and 108 deaths. Illinois now has a total of 894,367 positive tests and 15,123 deaths.

Since yesterday, there are 552 new cases of COVID-19 in DuPage County with six deaths of persons with COVID-19 infection reported: * 1 male 70s * 1 female 80s * 1 male 80s * 2 females 90s * 1 male 90s. DuPage has a total of 55,532 cases and 875 deaths.

NOTE: Due to delays with the Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH) reporting system used by local health departments, daily updates of new cases and deaths may not match the IDPH website until the issue is resolved. The current number of confirmed cases and deaths in DuPage County are available at the IDPH website here: https://www.dph.illinois.gov/covid19/covid19-statistics.

DuPage County Health Department (DCHD) recognizes that the COVID-19 Dashboard is an important tool for decision making and many within the community rely on these data. DCHD is working with IDPH to provide up-to-date information.

Positivity Rate, Medical Bed Availability and ICU Bed Availability metrics continue to elicit concern in Region 8, which consists of DuPage County and Kane County.

Region 8 positivity rate as shown below, decreased to 10.6 percent from 10.7 percent on the 7-day rolling average, with a three-day lag. As of this morning at 12 am, the Region 8 ICU bed availability decreased to 20 percent from 20.2 percent and the medical bed availability decreased to 15.3 percent from 16.9 percent.

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The third metric shown below indicates that COVID 19 patients were in the hospital on the seven-day rolling average as of yesterday in Region 8 decreased to 515 from 524 on that 7-day rolling average.

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If Region 8 ICU beds and ventilators were unavailable, other regions would be used to care for sick patients. As such, the Illinois Department of Public Health makes us aware of the hospital and surgical bed availability throughout the state. Those numbers, as seen below, indicate that 683 ICU beds and 4,073 ventilators are available throughout the state.

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As you review the figures below, please be reminded that the serious or critical cases are defined as "the number of patients currently being treated in an Intensive Care Unit (ICU)". A patient with mild condition symptoms may range from asymptomatic or sick with conditions that require hospitalization but not treatment in an ICU. Statistics from the World Health Organization and CDC provide the following breakdown of global cases from earlier today:

  • Worldwide Cases total 76,409,838 compared to 75,779,577 yesterday
  • Deaths worldwide total 1,688,277 compared to 1,676,393 yesterday
  • Number of people who have completely recovered worldwide is now 53,580,794 compared to 53,139,785 yesterday

Globally, there are 21,140,767 active cases compared to 20,963,399 active cases yesterday. The active cases are divided between 'mild condition' cases and 'serious or critical condition' cases. Mild cases are now 99.5 percent of the worldwide active cases.

  • Global serious or Critical Condition cases: 106,460 compared to 107,108 yesterday
  • Worldwide mild condition cases: 21,034,307 compared to 20,856,291 yesterday
  • United States confirmed cases: 17,967,253 compared to 17,788,561 yesterday
  • US Deaths: 321,862 compared to 319,775 yesterday
  • Total US Recoveries: 10,438,221 compared to 10,342,808 yesterday
  • US Active cases: 7,207,170 compared to 7,125,978 yesterday
  • Serious or Critical Condition cases:27,950 compared to 28,149 yesterday
  • Mild condition: 7,179,220 (99.6%) compared to 7,097,829 (99.6%) yesterday

Illinois reported 6,003 new cases and 79 deaths. Illinois now has a total of 900,370 positive tests and 15,202 deaths.

Since yesterday, there are 323 new cases of COVID-19 in DuPage County with five deaths of persons with COVID-19 infection reported: * 3 males 60s * 1 female 70s * 1 male 80s. DuPage has a total of 55,855 cases and 880 deaths.

NOTE: Due to delays with the Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH) reporting system used by local health departments, daily updates of new cases and deaths may not match the IDPH website until the issue is resolved. The current number of confirmed cases and deaths in DuPage County are available at the IDPH website here: https://www.dph.illinois.gov/covid19/covid19-statistics.

DuPage County Health Department (DCHD) recognizes that the COVID-19 Dashboard is an important tool for decision making and many within the community rely on these data. DCHD is working with IDPH to provide up-to-date information.

Positivity Rate, Medical Bed Availability and ICU Bed Availability metrics continue to elicit concern in Region 8, which consists of DuPage County and Kane County.

Region 8 positivity rate as shown below, decreased to 10.5 percent from 10.6 percent on the 7-day rolling average, with a three-day lag. As of this morning at 12 am, the Region 8 ICU bed availability increased from 20 percent to 20.2 percent and the medical bed availability increased from 15.3 percent to 15.9 percent.

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