For third day in a row, Illinois announces over 2k new COVID-19


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Illinois Department of Public Health announced 2,126 new COVID-19 cases and 59 deaths on Sunday.  That announcement marks the third day in a row with over 2,000 new COVID-19 cases announced in the State.

A total of 13,335 tests were reported in the last 24 hours. Just 16% of those returned positive results today.

On Saturday, 2,119 cases were announced, with 2,724, a high for COVID-19 cases in Illinois, announced last Friday.

Among today’s announced deaths include two women in their 80s in Will County.

There are now a total of 43,903 cases reported in Illinois, including 1,933 deaths across 96 counties in Illinois ranging in ages less than one to over 100 years old.


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