MCLEAN COUNTY (WEEK) -- Health officials in McLean County are reporting 10 more COVID-19-related deaths over the weekend, bringing the county's total to 131.
The latest deaths reported by the McLean County Health Department include: "a male in his 60s, male in his 70s, female in her 80s and four females in their 90s who were associated with long-term care facilities as well as a male in his 70s, female in her 80s, and male in his 90s who were not associated with long-term care facilities."
An additional 278 cases are also being reported on Monday for a total of 12,639.
The county's rolling positivity rate is being reported at 10.1%, and with more than 189,100 tests for the virus completed, the cumulative positivity rate is at 6.7%.
As of Monday morning, 33 McLean County residents are reportedly hospitalized with COVID-19 and 1,157 are at home in isolation. The MCHD also reports 11,318 individuals are considered to be recovered and are released from isolation.
Hospitals in the county are reporting 65% of ICUD beds and 69% of all beds are currently in use.