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McLean County’s COVID-19 rolling positivity rate dips below 2%; 7 new cases reported

MCLEAN COUNTY (WEEK) -- Public health officials in McLean County are reporting the rolling COVID-19 positivity rate has dropped to 1.9%.

The McLean County Health Department is also announcing seven new cases of the virus, bringing the county's total to 14,556.

No additional COVID-19-related deaths were announced to leave McLean County's total at 170.

As of Tuesday morning, 17 county residents were reportedly hospitalized due to COVID-19 and 171 are at home in isolation. The MCHD also states 14,198 individuals are considered to be recovered.

Hospitals in the county are reporting 85% of ICU beds and 95% of all beds are currently in use.

Approximately 35,417 vaccines have been administered in McLean County.

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