Illinois officials report 635 new coronavirus cases, 78 deaths

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Published: Jun. 10, 2020 at 2:47 PM CDT
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The Illinois Department of Public Health on Wednesday reported 635 new confirmed cases of novel coronavirus (COVID-19) and 78 deaths.

That brings the state total to 129,837 confirmed cases and 6,095 deaths in 101 counties. The age of cases ranges from younger than one to older than 100 years.

Within the past 24 hours, laboratories have reported 20,820 specimens for a total of 1,100,002. The preliminary seven-day statewide positivity for cases as a percent of total tests from June 3 –June 9 is 4 percent.

According to IDPH, the newly reported deaths include:

• Cook County: One male (20s), two females (50s), four males (50s), four females (60s), two males (60s), two females (70s), four males (70s), 11 females (80s), five males (80s), six females (90s), three males (90s)

• DeKalb County: One female (40s), one female (90s)

• DuPage County: One female (50s), three females (70s), one male (70s), one female (80s), one male (90s)

• Kane County: One male (50s), one female (60s), one male (70s), one male (80s)

• Kankakee County: One female (70s)

• Lake County: One male (60s), one male (70s), one female (80s), three females (90s)

• Peoria County: One female (80s), one male (80s), one female (90s)

• Randolph County: One female (70s)

• St. Clair County: One male (60s), two females (70s), One male (70s), one female (80s), two females (90s)

• Union County: One male (80s)

• Winnebago County: One female (80s), one female (100+)




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