Illinois COVID-19 hospitalizations decrease slightly over long weekend – Shaw Local

The Illinois Department of Public Health announced 13,424 new confirmed and probable cases of COVID-19 and 11 additional deaths for Friday, Saturday, Sunday and Monday combined. IDPH does not update its data dashboards on weekends or public holidays.

From Friday through Monday, the state administered 27,546 vaccines.

From the IDPH data dashboard:

Fall rate per 100,000: 31.4 (+1.0 from Friday)

Percentage of available ICU beds: 25%

COVID-19 diagnosed hospital admissions (7-day rolling average): 102 (-4 from Friday)

Weekly reported deaths: 68

Illinois has seen a total of 3,393,519 cases of the virus, and 34,005 people have died.

As of late Monday, Illinois had 1,137 hospitalized COVID-19 patients, down 25 patients from Friday. Of these, 137 were in intensive care units and 45 on ventilators.

Update from county to county: Beginning in mid-April, IDPH will provide a county-by-county update based on case rate per 100,000 people, percentage of available ICU beds, a seven-day rolling average of hospitalizations diagnosed with COVID-19, and weekly deaths concentrated .

The definition of a hospitalization diagnosed with COVID-19 is as follows: The seven-day average of the daily number of hospitalizations diagnosed with COVID-19 as measured by the Illinois Syndromic Surveillance System.

Illinois captures near real-time ER and inpatient visits through syndromic monitoring from all Illinois acute care hospitals. The data is presented with a delay of three days to allow time for the diagnosis to be reported.

At the district level, a visit is counted according to the patient’s place of residence. A multiple visit patient is counted for each visit. Admission may not occur due to COVID-19 as the main cause. Syndrome surveillance data is not the same source used by CDC to report COVID-19 hospitalization data.

district fall rate/100,000 % available ICU beds COVID-19 diagnosed hospital admissions
(7-day moving average)
Weekly
deaths
office 20.4 20 0 0
Chicago 27.1 27 19 10
DeKalb 34.6 19 1 0
DuPage 31.6 27 8th 5
Grundy 21.6 20 0 0
Kane 29.6 37 4 4
kendall 34.4 20 1 1
lake 34 36 5 5
the space 29.9 20 1 0
lee 20 19 0 0
McHenry 25 36 3 3
Ogle 31.7 19 1 0
On site
Cook
33.5 18 23 30
White side 22.3 19 1 0
Will 30.3 25 5 6

Vaccine Update: As of Tuesday, IDPH reported that a total of 27,907,445 doses of COVID-19 vaccine had been distributed nationwide, with 22,571,341 vaccines administered.

As of Tuesday, 8,293,556 Illinois residents were fully vaccinated, or 65.09% of the population. Illinois has a population of 12,741,080 people.

CDC Numbers:

Among Illinois residents age 5 and older:

Fully vaccinated: 8,745,866 (73.3%)

At least 1 dose: 9,670,484 (81.1%)

Among Illinois residents age 12 and older:

Fully vaccinated: 8,324,560 (76.8%)

At least 1 dose: 9,197,586 (84.9%)

Among Illinois residents aged 18 and over:

Fully vaccinated: 7,684,569 (78%)

At least 1 dose: 8,496,687 (86.2%)

Among Illinois residents 65 and older:

Fully vaccinated: 1,823,339 (89.2%)

At least 1 dose: 1,974,265 (95%)

There may be a delay of up to 72 hours in reporting of vaccines administered by healthcare providers.

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

Chicago: 68.80%

Suburban Chef: 72.60%

Lake: 70.08%

McHenry: 65.68%

DuPage: 75.38%

Kane: 66.29%

Will: 66.59%

Kendall: 68.95%

La Salle: 58.28%

Grundy: 57.64%

DeKalb: 56.54%

Ogle: 56.90%

Lee: 58.91%

White side: 51.83%

Office: 56.77%

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