Admissions, increasing number of cases – Shaw Local
Admissions, increasing number of cases – Shaw Local

Admissions, increasing number of cases – Shaw Local

The Illinois Department of Public Health on Wednesday reported 3,931 new confirmed and probable cases of COVID-19 and nine more deaths.

These are the most new cases in a single day since 11 February. The state’s seven-day rolling average for new cases rose to 2,560 new cases a day, the highest average since 20 February.

As of Tuesday, the state administered 23,992 shots.

From IDPHs datadashboard:

Sagssats pr. 100,000: 20.1 (up 2.1 from Tuesday)

Percentage of available intensive care units: 24%

COVID-19 diagnosed hospitalizations (7-day moving average): 39 (Same as Tuesday)

Weekly deaths reported: 45

Illinois has seen a total of 3,106,642 cases of the virus, and 33,546 people have died.

As of Tuesday, Illinois had 568 COVID-19 patients in the hospital, the largest number since March 15th. Of those, 61 were in intensive care units and 29 were in respirator. COVID-19 admissions have increased for five days in a row.

County-by-county update: From last week, IDPH will deliver a county-by-county update focusing on the case frequency per. 100,000 people, the percentage of intensive care units available, a rolling seven-day average of COVID-19-diagnosed hospitalizations, and weekly deaths.

The definition of a COVID-19 diagnosed hospitalization is as follows: The seven-day average of the daily number of hospital admissions given a diagnosis of COVID-19 measured using the Illinois Syndromic Surveillance System.

Illinois collects all emergency rooms and inpatient visits through syndromic monitoring from all acute hospitals in Illinois in near real time. Data are presented with a three-day delay to allow time for diagnosis.

At the county level, a visit is counted according to where the patient is staying. A patient with multiple visits will be counted for each visit. Admissions may not be due to COVID-19 as the primary cause. Syndrome monitoring data is not the same source that the CDC uses to report COVID-19 hospitalization data.

Amt Case rate / 100,000 % available intensive care units COVID-19 diagnosed hospitalizations
(7-day moving average)
Weekly
death: dead
agency 7.4 28 0 0
Chicago 21.3 17 8 4
DeKalb 17.7 19 0 0
DuPage 29.2 36 4 3
Grundy 12.1 28 0 0
sleigh 19.4 36 2 3
Kendall 19.4 28 0 0
Lake 26.6 26 3 4
La Salle 10.3 28 0 1
Lee 5.8 19 0 0
McHenry 20.3 26 2 0
Lizard 6.5 19 0 0
Suburb
Cook
26.5 20 10 10
Whiteside 10.3 19 0 0
Will 20.0 23 2 1

Vaccine update: As of Wednesday, IDPH reported that a total of 26,464,145 doses of COVID-19 vaccines have been distributed nationwide, with 21,719,853 vaccines administered.

As of Wednesday, 8,229,375 Illinois residents have been fully vaccinated, or 64.59% of the population. Illinois has a population of 12,741,080 people.

CDC numbers:

Among Illinois 5 and older residents:

Fully vaccinated: 8,677,429 (72.8%)

At least 1 dose: 9,688,096 (81.2%)

Among Illinois 12 and older residents:

Fully vaccinated: 8,266,512 (76.3%)

At least 1 dose: 9,223,704 (85.1%)

Among Illinois residents 18 years and older:

Fully vaccinated: 7,630,961 (77.4%)

At least 1 dose: 8,524,925 (86.5%)

Among Illinois 65 residents and older:

Fully vaccinated: 1,802,171 (88.2%)

At least 1 dose: 1,973,586 (95%)

There can be as much as a 72 hour delay in reporting from healthcare providers on administered vaccines.

In northern Illinois, here is the percentage of the population that is fully vaccinated by county:

Chicago: 68.12%

Suburban Cooking: 72.24%

Lake: 69.22%

McHenry: 65.18%

DuPage: 74.94%

Kane: 65.88%

Vil: 66.14%

Kendall: 68.44%

La Salle: 58.00%

Grundy: 57.23%

DeKalb: 56.20%

Lizard: 56.49%

Lee: 58.56%

Whiteside: 51.49%

Bureau: 56.34%

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