Case Rates Up to Late February Levels – Shaw Local


The Illinois Department of Public Health on Tuesday reported 2,471 new confirmed and probable cases of COVID-19 and 20 additional deaths.

The state’s seven-day rolling average for new cases rose to 2,292 new cases per day, the highest average since Feb. 21.

For Monday, the state administered 16,693 injections.

From the IDPH data dashboard:

Case rate per 100,000: 18.0 (up 0.8 from Monday)

Percentage of intensive care beds available: 27%

Hospital admissions diagnosed with COVID-19 (7-day moving average): 39 (up 1 from Monday)

Reported Weekly Deaths: 45

Illinois has seen 3,102,711 total cases of the virus and 33,537 people have died.

As of Monday evening, Illinois had 566 COVID-19 patients in the hospital, the most since March 15. Of these, 73 were in intensive care units and 36 were on ventilators. Hospitalizations related to COVID-19 have increased for four consecutive days.

County by county update: Starting last week, IDPH will provide a county-by-county update focused on the rate of cases per 100,000 people, the percentage of critical care beds available, a seven-day rolling average of hospital admissions diagnosed with COVID-19 and weekly deaths.

The definition of a hospitalization diagnosed with COVID-19 is as follows: The seven-day average of the daily number of hospital admissions diagnosed with COVID-19, as measured using the Illinois Syndromic Surveillance System.

Illinois collects all ER and inpatient visits through syndromic surveillance of all Illinois acute care hospitals in near real time. Data are presented with a three-day lag to allow time for the diagnosis to be reported.

At the county level, a visit is counted based on where the patient lives. A patient with multiple visits will be counted for each visit. Admissions may not be due to COVID-19 as the primary cause. Syndromic surveillance data is not the same source the CDC uses to report COVID-19 hospital admissions data.

County Case rate/100,000 % of intensive care beds available Hospital admissions diagnosed with COVID-19
(7-day moving average)
Weekly
death
office 7.4 27 0 0
Chicago 19.7 23 8 4
DeKalb 14.4 25 0 0
DuPage 26.2 43 4 3
grumpy 10.4 27 0 0
Kane 16.2 43 2 3
kendall 16.9 29 0 0
Lake 22.8 23 3 4
the room 8.5 27 0 1
Lee 5 25 0 0
McHenry 18.4 23 2 0
ogle 5.3 25 0 0
Suburban
To cook
22.9 22 ten ten
white side 8.7 25 0 0
Will be 17.9 32 2 1

Vaccine update: On Tuesday, IDPH reported that a total of 26,423,645 doses of COVID-19 vaccines had been distributed statewide, with 21,695,861 vaccines administered.

As of Tuesday, 8,227,247 Illinoisans had been fully vaccinated, or 64.57% of the population. Illinois has a population of 12,741,080 people.

CDC numbers:

Among Illinois residents age 5 and older:

Fully vaccinated: 8,676,602 (72.8%)

At least 1 dose: 9,686,917 (81.2%)

Among Illinois residents age 12 and older:

Fully vaccinated: 8,265,799 (76.3%)

At least 1 dose: 9,222,605 (85.1%)

Among Illinois residents age 18 and older:

Fully vaccinated: 7,630,296 (77.4%)

At least 1 dose: 8,523,899 (86.5%)

Among Illinois residents age 65 and older:

Fully vaccinated: 1,801,887 (88.2%)

At least 1 dose: 1,973,287 (95%)

There can be up to 72 hours of delay in reporting from health care providers on vaccines given.

In northern Illinois, here is the percentage of the population fully vaccinated by county:

Chicago: 68.10%

Commuter cook: 72.22%

Lake: 69.19%

McHenry: 65.16%

DuPage: 74.92%

Kane: 65.86%

Willpower: 66.12%

Kendal: 68.42%

La Salle: 57.98%

Grumpy: 57.21%

De Kalb: 56.19%

Wrestling: 56.48%

Lee: 58.54%

White side: 51.48%

Office: 56.32%

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