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STATE COVID-19 UPDATE

(CHICAGO) The Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH) confirmed 17,373 new cases of COVID-19 yesterday from over the past week. That’s less than a 1 percent drop in statewide cases from the previous week. There are now only 3 Illinois counties rated at the High Community Level for COVID-19, down from 20 the week before. An additional 33 counties are at the Medium Community Level, down from 46 the previous week. The other 66 counties are now on the Low Level list. Only one area county, Wayne, is on the High Level list. Those on the Medium Level list are Wabash, Lawrence, Crawford, Cumberland, Coles, Fayette, and Marion. The remaining area counties, Richland, Jasper, Edwards, White, Clark, Effingham, and Clay are now on the Low Level list. The CDC reports that more than 137,000 Illinoisans have received a dose of the new, updated COVID-19 vaccines over the last week.
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