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McLean County reports 5 new COVID-19-related deaths, another 222 cases

MCLEAN COUNTY (WEEK) -- McLean County is announcing five more COVID-19-related deaths on Friday, raising the county's total to 121.

The latest deaths reported by the McLean County Health Department are: "a female in her 70s not associated with a long-term care facility as well as a male in his 60s, a female in her 70s, and a male in his 70s, and a male in his 90s all associated with long-term care facilities."

An additional 222 cases are also being reported for a total of 12,361.

The county's rolling positivity rate jumped to 11.1% and with more than 186,400 tests for the virus reported, the cumulative positivity rate sits at 6.6%.

As of Friday morning, 34 McLean County residents were reported to be hospitalized with COVID-19 and 988 individuals are at home in isolation. The MCHD also reports 11,218 individuals are considered to be recovered.

There have been 722 new cases reported since Dec. 31. The MCHD released a breakdown of the age brackets of those:

  • <1 -- 4
  • 1-17 -- 136 
  • 18-19 -- 35
  • 20s -- 137
  • 30s -- 115
  • 40s -- 106
  • 50s -- 93
  • 60s -- 79
  • 70s -- 24
  • 80s -- 23
  • 90s -- 19
  • 100s --  1

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