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COVID-19: Will County shoots past 3,000 cases total, adds 160 cases Monday

Over 700 cases in Joliet on Monday

Will County Health Department officials announced this afternoon 160 new cases in the County since the pandemic began, bringing pandemic totals to 3,087.  Cases now range from age 5 to over 100 years old.

Age groups leading categories in the county include 50-59 topping all brackets with 637 cases, followed by ages 40-49 in a close second with 624 cases.  A distance third is ages 30s-39 with 477 cases.

Of those cases, gender is nearly split with 1517 male and 1555 females. 

There are now 127 total dead in Will County due to the pandemic.

To date, 963 men and 1,046 women have been infected ranging in ages 5 to over 100 years old.  Among town case counts in the County, notable numbers include:

  • 712 cases in Joliet
  • 415 cases in Bolingbrook
  • 305 cases in Plainfield 
  • 236 cases in Romeoville 
  • 123 cases in Lockport
  • 63 cases in Shorewood
  • 88 cases in Homer Glen
  • 89 cases in Frankfort 
  • 90 cases in Crest Hill
  • 92 cases in Crete
  • 66 cases in University Park
  • 63 cases in New Lenox
  • 83 cases in Mokena
  • 50 cases in Monee
  • 30 cases in Beecher
  • 25 cases in Manhattan
  • 19 cases in Peotone
  • 21 cases in Channahon
  • 15 cases in Wilmington

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