(KWQC) - The Illinois Department of Public Health on Tuesday announced 1,545 new cases of novel coronavirus (COVID-19) and 146 additional deaths.
The deaths include:
• Coles County: One female 60s, one female 90s
• Cook County: Three females 30s, two males 40s, two females 50s, five males 50s, four females 60s, 12 males 60s, one unknown 60s, eight females 70s, 17 males 70s, nine females 80s, 15 males 80s, nine females 90s, six males 90s, one female 100+, one male 100+
• DeKalb County: One female 50s, one male 50s
• DuPage County: One male 50s, one male 60s, two females 70s, one male 70s, four females 80s, one male 80s, one female 90s, one male 90s, one female 100+
• Iroquois County: One male 60s
• Kane County: One male 70s, two females 80s, one male 80s, one female 100+
• Kankakee County: Two males 60s, one female 70s
• Kendall County: One male 80s
• Lake County: One male 60s, one female 70s, one female 80s, one male 80s
• Madison County: Two females 80s, one female 90s
• McDonough County: One male 80s
• McHenry County: One male 50s, one male 60s
• Rock Island County: One male 30s, one male 60s, one male 90
• St. Clair County: One male 60s, one female 80s, one male 80s
• Whiteside County: One female 100+
• Will County: Two males 70s, one female 80s, one male 80s, one male 90s
• Winnebago County: One female 70s, one male 70s
As of Tuesday, IDPH is reporting a total of 98,030 cases and 4,379 deaths in 100 counties across the state.
The age of cases ranges from younger than one to older than 100 years.
Within the past 24 hours, laboratories have reported 18,443 specimens for a total of 621,684. The statewide seven-day rolling positivity rate between May 10-16 is percent.