A total of 1,385,854 cases of Covid disease have been reported, including 22,974 deaths in the state since the start of the pandemic.
In the last 24 hours, laboratories have reported testing a total of 24,949,758 pieces of 36,408 samples since the pandemic began.
The first seven-day state-wide test positive from June 1 to June 7 is 1.3%.
In Chicago, there are an average of less than 100 daily COVID cases today, compared to more than 2,300 cases in November.
“We’re seeing what we call‘ exponential fragmentation, ’” CDPH Commissioner Dr. Allison Arvadi explained. “If the epidemic is growing really fast, you’ll get that level of growth at first, but then when the epidemic is under control, you’ll see that level of fragmentation.”
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As of Monday evening, 791 patients in Illinois were reported to be infected with KOVID-19 at the hospital. Of these, 226 patients were in the ICU and 117 patients were on COVID-19 respirators.
As of Monday evening, a total of 11,708,874 vaccines had been administered in Illinois. The average seven-day average of vaccines administered daily is 42,852. 44,174 doses were reported in Illinois on Monday.
Officials reported on Tuesday that more than 68% of adults had been vaccinated with KOVID and 51% had been fully vaccinated.
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With the end of the pandemic, it was time to start tying the knot again. But couples are learning that love can be truly enduring.
“If they’re open until 2022, they should go in that direction,” said wedding planner Jane Himmel.
Himmel said they need to be ready to look at 2023 for some places in Chicago.
“I was somewhere and they were ordered every Saturday night for 2022,” he said.
According to industry experts, consumers are willing to spend money, and according to the Chicago Loop Alliance, as of May, pedestrian traffic will be 45% of normal in 2019 and parking garage use will be 56% of normal. . But filling the office is only 20 percent of what it was two years ago.
“It’s summer now. The kids are out of school anyway, so it’s hard to get people back, so most of those we surveyed were in the third quarter,” said Michael Edwards, president and CEO of the Chicago Loop Alliance.
Officials say the bulk of new infections occur in communities with the lowest vaccination rates.
The deaths reported on Tuesday include:
– Boun County: 1 year 60 years
– Champagne County: 1 male, 50 years old
– Cook County: 2 men 40 years old, 1 male 50 years old, 1 woman 70 years old
– DuPage County: 1 woman 70 years old, 1 man 80 years old
– Marion County: 1 man, 60 years old
– Peoria County: 1 male 60 years old
– Will County: 1 male, 50 years old
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