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McLean County reports 48th COVID-19-relate death, 178 new cases

MCLEAN COUNTY (WEEK) -- Health officials in McLean County are reporting the 48th COVID-19-related death Friday -- a man in his 80s who was not associated with a long-term care facility.

An additional 178 cases are also being reported by the McLean County Health Department, bringing the county's total to 7,352.

The seven-day positivity rate through Thursday is at 10% and with more than 127,300 tests for the virus reported, the cumulative positivity rate is at 5.8%.

As of Friday morning, 15 county residents were reported to be hospitalized, while 1,369 individuals are at home in isolation and 5,920 are considered to be recovered.

However, hospitals in McLean County report a total of 50 individuals are hospitalized with COVID-19. Not all are county residents.

The hospitals also report 94% of intensive care unit beds and 91% of all beds are in use -- 19% of ICU beds and 20% of all beds are in use by COVID patients.

Since last Friday, 1,136 new cases have been reported. Their age ranges are:

  • <1 --- 6
  • 1-17 --- 121  
  • 18-19 --- 58
  • 20s --- 277
  • 30s --- 171
  • 40s --- 164
  • 50s --- 136
  • 60s --- 109
  • 70s --- 54
  • 80s --- 29
  • 90s --- 11
  • 100s --- 0
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