What’s new in COVID-19, Illinois: IL reports 538 cases and 32 deaths
Since the beginning of the pandemic, there have been a total of 1,384,903 COVID cases, including 22,912 deaths in the state.
Within the last 24 hours of the pandemic, the institute reports that it has tested 50,827 samples, for a total of 24,847,616 samples.
The state-wide preliminary test positive rate for the seven days from May 29 to June 4 was 1.5%, the lowest since the report began on October 29.
As of Friday night, 882 patients in Illinois were reported hospitalized with COVID-19. Of these, 232 patients were in the ICU and 123 COVID-19 patients were on mechanical ventilation.
As of Friday night, Illinois has received a total of 11,483,338 vaccines. The 7-day moving average of daily vaccines is 36,130. Illinois reported 55,505 doses on Friday.
Watch: Dr. Arwady details Chicago’s new COVID vaccine outreach program
Authorities reported on Saturday that nearly 68% of adults were vaccinated against COVID and more than 51% were fully vaccinated.
Illinois Phase 5 Guidelines Announced
Governor JB Pritzker released guidelines on Friday, outlining Phase 5 of the Illinois Recovery Plan, which will come into force next Friday.
The latest stage shows the complete resumption of all businesses and activities throughout the state since the pandemic began.
Under the new guidance, businesses, large-scale events, conventions, amusement parks, seated bleachers, etc. will be fully operational.
Deregulation is eagerly awaited as temperatures soar and people are trying to regain summer fun.
Phase 5 Guidance:
Deaths reported on Saturday include:
–Coles County: 1 woman in her 80s
–Cook County: 3 males in their 40s, 3 females in their 50s, 1 male in their 50s, 2 females in their 60s, 2 males in their 60s, 2 females in their 70s, 2 males in their 70s, 1 male in their 80s Name
–Jersey County: 1 man in his 60s
・ Kane County: 1 male in his 40s
–Lake County: 1 male in his 80s
–Livingston County: 1 woman in her 50s
–Madison County: 1 male in his 80s
–McDonough County; 1 male in his 90s
–McHenry County: 1 woman in her 50s
–Peoria County: 1 female in 40s, 1 male in 60s, 1 male in 70s
Vermillion County: 1 woman in her 80s
–Will County: 1 male in his 20s, 1 male in his 60s
–Winnebago County: 1 male in his 40s
–Woodford County: 1 man in his 90s
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