COVID-19: 2nd day in a row, three new deaths in Kankakee


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For a second day in a row this week, health officials have announced three new deaths due to novel coronavirus in Kankakee County.

The death in County is now at 46 since the pandemic began.

On Wednesday, 25 new cases of the virus were announced within the County, including two cases in their teens.  To date, there have now been at least 29 cases of COVID-19 found in children under the age of 13 in the County.

New numbers bring cases in the County to 992 since reporting began.  Active cases went up by 17 in the past 24 hours, now standing at 676. As of this afternoon, 19 of those cases were hospitalized in Kankakee County.

Cases increased Wednesday via IDPH over the course of the past 24-hours increased in Bourbonnais (+4) and Kankakee (+5).  Here’s how cases break down across Kankakee County via confirmed Zip Codes on Wednesday:

  • 59 Cases (Manteno)
  • 115 Cases (Bourbonnais)
  • 40 Cases (Bradley)
  • 394 Cases (Kankakee)
  • 25 Cases (St. Anne)
  • 22 Cases (Momence)
  • 18 Cases (Pembroke)
  • 11 Cases (Chebanse)
  • 6 Cases (Grant Park)
  • 6 Cases (Cabery)


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