Only weeks in which the C.D.C. The map below shows the cumulative cases for each area as well as other analysis of the data. [7][8][9], During December 2020, Illinois experienced the second highest number of deaths per week, ranking fifth per capita. Total Deaths by Resident County 2000-2009 2010-2019 Leading Cause of Death, Illinois 2019 2018 2017 2016 2015 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 Death Demographics by Resident County 2019 2018 2017 2016 2015 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 Causes of Death by Resident County 2019 2018 2017 2016 2015 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 Drug Overdose Deaths Drug Total Cases # Deaths # Probable Deaths # Total Tests Performed* # Recovery Rate** # *Total molecular and antigen tests performed and reported electronically for testing of COVID-19 at IDPH, commercial or hospital laboratories. [228] Also on March 12, the National Basketball Association suspended the season for 30 days, affecting the Chicago Bulls. estimates the data to be at least 90 percent complete or in which estimated deaths are above expected death numbers are included. [226] Quarantines were also implemented at these locations, suspending in-person visits. The dead were a woman in her 90s, a man in his 70s, two men and two women in their 60s and a man in his 50s; no county information for these individuals was given. Governor Pritzker announced on May 26, 2020 that the statewide coronavirus test positive rate had averaged 9.2% over the prior seven days, less than half the rate of 23% during the peak in April. Illinois Sees Its Highest 1-Day Total Of Coronavirus Deaths. Soon after a March 11, 2020 announcement[36] that, as of spring break (March 14–23), classes would resume via online education, the university developed a strategy for the Fall 2020 semester. Direct Link Governor Pritzker announced statewide school closures beginning March 17 until March 30. Bon Jovi sent congratulations via Instagram.[60]. [66][67][68] Northern Illinois University (NIU) announced that two students tested positive for COVID-19. [198] On March 31, Governor Pritzker extended the statewide school closures until April 30. Dr. Woolf also warned that many people who are not captured in mortality statistics may still have adverse health outcomes. 12)", "Gov. [230] Also on March 12, Major League Soccer suspended the season for 30 days, affecting the Chicago Fire FC. [26] On March 6, a sixth case was reported in Chicago. Grundy County reported its first case. [86], On April 9, Hancock, Pulaski, and Schuyler counties reported their first confirmed cases. a smart-phone app for test reporting and campus building access, a set of mathematical models of disease spread, a campus strategy of communications, facility management and cooperation with the, This page was last edited on 16 January 2021, at 07:37. ** Recovered cases are defined as persons with initial positive specimen collection date > 42 Instead these orders will be processed by the City of Carbondale and enforced by the Carbondale Police Department by way of fines up to $750 per day and alleviates a "minor violation from becoming a misdemeanor or felony charge". [224], Over March and April, in response to the rise in coronavirus cases, the Illinois Department of Corrections (IDOC) released a number of prisoners early, looking to curb the impact of the pandemic on a vulnerable population. [96], On April 19, Cook, DuPage, Kane, Madison, Monroe, Sangamon, St. Clair, and Will counties all reported deaths which increased the deaths by 33 for a total of 1,290. The entire state moved into phase 4 on June 26, allowing for larger gatherings of up to 50 people and the re-opening of restaurants and bars, albeit under social distancing and mask-wearing guidelines. These changes have been accompanied by public policy responses from the state government. [91], On April 14 Clay County announced their first case. [233] On March 16, the National Junior College Athletic Association canceled the remainder of the winter seasons as well as the spring seasons. Cook County also recorded a total of 16,049 deaths in 2020, which was also a record. The 3,673 COVID-19-related deaths in Illinois reported thus far in December are 25% more than the second-worst month of the pandemic, when 2,932 deaths were reported in May. November 2020. As of July 9, there have been 203 cases of COVID-19 among prison staff in the state, and 337 cases of COVID-19 among prisoners. [215], In early April, a number of news organizations analyzed data provided by the Illinois Department of Public Health, the Cook County Medical Examiner's Office, and the Chicago Department of Public Health showing that African Americans experienced a disproportionately higher death rate due to the virus. The health department reported 97 additional deaths on Thursday, bringing the total number of deaths in Illinois to 10,030. On March 17, 60 members of the Illinois National Guard were activated to assist during the COVID-19 pandemic in Illinois for the anticipated need of medical staffing and logistic support. [240], In Springfield, Illinois, the Illinois State Fair was canceled for the first time since World War II. Related posts Who […] Cases are … [169] Governor Pritzker said that he hopes that these mitigations will bend the curve and prevent a stay at home order. There were 29,517 confirmed cases of COVID-19 and 4,642 deaths attributed to COVID-19 at long-term care facilities. [43] A new case in DuPage County was the first Illinoisan resident of a long-term care facility to contract the virus. Chest X-rays from the virus and pneumonia also look especially similar, experts said. [193][194], On March 9, Loyola Academy in Wilmette canceled classes due to potential exposure of a student to the virus. [80], On April 1, Massac and Vermilion counties both saw their first reported cases. [210][211] Navy Pier closed again September 8, 2020 due to low attendance and will remain closed until spring 2021. [163], On November 11, in anticipation of Thanksgiving, the IDPH issued new guidelines. On November 17, Governor Pritzker announced that, on November 20, all of Illinois will enter Tier 3 restrictions. CHICAGO (WLS) -- 2020 was a very deadly year in Cook County. [224] Federal public health officials released a new strategy addressing inequalities, and officials at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention clarified earlier messaging to emphasize that the disproportionately high impact of COVID-19 on minority groups is not due to genetics but rather social conditions that place people of color at higher risk for exposure and seriously illness. New deaths in Illinois… This is a list of notable deaths, organized by year. [182][183], On May 26, the City of Chicago created the Chicago PPE Market, built on Rheaply's Asset Exchange Manager, to connect Chicago's small businesses and nonprofits with city-approved personal protective equipment (PPE) suppliers. The $15 million project was paid for by FEMA and was scheduled for completion on April 30. Currently, IDPH is reporting a total of 1,064,667 cases, including 18,179 deaths, in 102 counties in Illinois. 5,904 Total COVID-19 Deaths In Illinois So Far. Additionally, Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot canceled the city's annual St. Patrick's Day parade and Chicago River dyeing in response to coronavirus. This could include those who have missed routine checkups or have had delays in receiving proper treatment for an ailment. 2017 birth data come from National Vital Statistics Reports, Vol. Pritzker mocks Trump's coronavirus efforts", "As hospitals plead for supplies, FEMA director has no answers on mask shipments", "Mass emergency text alert from Ill. asks for healthcare workers", "Illinois activates National Guard to help with COVID-19 outbreak", "Close to 60 National Guard members activated to help in central IL", "Pritzker announces 5-phase plan to re-open Illinois", "How will Illinois reopen? [97], On April 20, Cass and White counties both announced their first confirmed cases. [84], On April 5, Boone, Calhoun and Gallatin counties reported their first confirmed cases. He was also reported to be in serious condition. Of the deaths reported in Illinois today, a staggering 88 were in Cook County, including 10 men in their 60s, 14 men in their 70s and 17 men in their 80s. [45] One of the cases in Sangamon County was a woman in critical condition who was hospitalized in Springfield, the state's capital. On March 28, officials announced another 465 new confirmed cases along with thirteen deaths, one an infant in Cook County. On March 25, the Illinois tax filling deadline was extended from April 15 to July 15. [147] On March 31, a CMAS Severe (emergency alert) notification was issued to smartphones in Illinois and neighboring states with the message: "State needs licensed healthcare workers to sign-up at IllinoisHelps.net to fight COVID-19." The restrictions include a ban on all indoor dining, limiting social gatherings to 10 people, and limiting organized gatherings to 25% room capacity or 25 people, whichever is lower. [34] Illinois colleges and universities, such as Northwestern University and the University of Illinois, announced measures to combat the spread of the virus on their campuses through extensions of Spring Break as well as implementing online classes for part or all of the remaining semester. [111], On November 10, Illinois passed 500,000 total cases, with 511,183 confirmed and probable cases since the pandemic began. Latest coronavirus news, December 20, 2020: Illinois reports 79 new COVID-19 deaths, surpasses 900,000 total cases. Of those 60, 43 are airmen from the Peoria-based 182d Airlift Wing's Medical Group whereas the other 17 are planners and liaison officers from both the Army and Air National Guard. Nationally, men are more likely to die from ILIs than women. Both correctional facilities went on 14-day lockdowns as a precaution. [50], On March 18, an increase of 128 new cases brought the total number of individuals infected to 288. [151][152] [19][20] On February 29, a third Illinois resident tested positive for the virus in suburban Cook County. [78] The first confirmed cases of coronavirus disease were announced on this day for Clark, Crawford, Marion, Randolph, and Saline counties. [5], In mid-March, as the number of known cases rose into the double digits, Governor J. In Yakima County , Washington, the suicide rate has risen 30 percent, according to … According to the CDC’s website, in March 2020 there were a total of 193,000 deaths in the US. [38], On March 13, fourteen new cases of the coronavirus were reported by officials, bringing the total to 46. [100], On July 9, the number of new daily cases continued to rise in July, reaching 150,000 cumulative cases. "[166] They also recommended that businesses allow employees to work from home and limit all non-essential gatherings. [238], Many summer events in Chicago were canceled, including: Lollapalooza,[239] Chicago House Music Conference and Festival, Chicago Gospel Music Festival, Chicago Blues Festival, Chicago SummerDance, Taste of Chicago, the Chicago Air and Water Show, Chicago Jazz Festival, and most programming at the Chicago Riverwalk, Chicago Cultural Center and Millennium Park. [22] The man was later released to home isolation. The second ordinance allowed for a streamlined process of the enforcement of the multiple executive orders issued by Governor Pritzker. [185][186] Several progressive activists and elected officials opposed the latter part of the proposal, arguing that the funds should be used to support the Chicago Department of Public Health rather than hiring a contractor. [219] On April 16, the Cook County government launched a dashboard with regularly updated information on coronavirus-related deaths, disaggregated by race. [199] On April 17, Governor Prizker announced that all schools in the state will stay closed for the remainder of the school year.[200]. New York City, an early epicenter of the pandemic, has seen pneumonia deaths reach about 50 percent above normal, more than double the percentage in the states with the highest rates. Originally published March 27, 2020. Number of deaths reported in this chart are the total number of deaths received and coded as of the date of analysis, and do not necessarily represent all deaths that occurred in that period. Provisional counts may differ by approximately 2% from final counts, due to rounding and reporting variation. On the same day as CNN’s announcement, the CDC officially posted a total 187,072 deaths attributed in some way to COVID-19. [21], On March 2, a fourth case was announced by Illinois officials, the wife of the third case; she subsequently began home isolation. [114] On November 12, Illinois set another new record for the most cases in a day with 12,702. [89], On April 12, the number of tests that had been performed passed 100,000. New deaths articles are added to their respective month (e.g., Deaths in January 2021), and then linked here. On March 13, Governor Pritzker announced that all schools in Illinois would close for a period to begin the following Tuesday and last until the end of the month. [191] On March 31, Mayor Langfelder issued a second order that halts all evictions and the repossession of vehicles within Springfield and lasts the duration of Governor Pritzker's executive order that was declared on March 20. [220], On April 6, Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot announced a plan to address the racially disproportionate impact of COVID-19, proposing surveillance of grocery and corner stores, increase bus service to the city's South and West sides, and a "racial equity rapid-response team. [74] The other twelve deaths were from the following counties: Cook (two males in their 60s, two males in their 70s, a female in her 70s, a female in her 80s, and a male in his 80s), McHenry (a male in his 50s), Kane (two males in their 70s), Lake (a female in her 90s), and Will (a female in her 90s). Note: P Deaths reported to the Michigan Vital Records office may be delayed by 7 days. In the last 24 hours, Illinois has administered 46,226 COVID-19 tests for nearly 13 million since the beginning of the pandemic. There have now been 3,792 deaths in Illinois. [118] On November 19, the state recorded 14,612 new cases and 168 deaths, the second and third most since the pandemic began, respectively. [103], On July 24, the Illinois Department of Public Health announced total confirmed cases in Illinois had reached 169,883, including 7,397 deaths in 102 counties. Some churches defied the governor's order, held meetings and then filed federal lawsuits.[137]. 31)", "Coronavirus in the U.S.: Latest Map and Case Count", "Column: Gov. ... snapping an unprecedented 12-day streak of Illinois reporting 100 or more deaths. Two Illinois Department of Corrections (IDOC) correctional officers along with one man incarcerated at Stateville Correctional Center tested positive with the coronavirus along with a contractual worker at Sheridan Correctional Center. Note: Data are from March 15 to Nov. 14. But not all of these deaths have been directly linked to Covid-19. 12). Deaths from external causes, such as suicides and drug overdoses, are not available because investigations are still underway in most cases. Some of these additional deaths may actually have been due to Covid-19, but they could have been undiagnosed or misattributed to other causes. NHRA cancelled the race at Route 66 Speedway. [95], On April 18, officials announced Hamilton County's first case. Community transmission was not suspected until March 8, when a case with no connection to other cases or recent travel was confirmed. [227] Despite these measures, there were outbreaks of COVID-19 from March onwards, among both prisoners and staff. [30] In response to the growing number of cases in the state and the country, Governor J. Bureau and Henry counties announced cases on this date. Two other incarcerated men at North Lawndale Adult Transition Center were confirmed to have the disease. Keeshan, Charles. [40] Additionally, the Circuit Court of Cook County announced that "no orders for an eviction or foreclosure will be entered during the 30-day period,"[41] and the Archdiocese of Chicago announced it would stop holding public Mass from March 14. This crisis has spurred calls for Governor Pritzker to respond to the pandemic more aggressively. The message was initiated by Illinois Healthcare Professional Emergency Volunteer Program, a state-run emergency response organization.[148]. White's office stated that expiration dates will be extended by 30 days through an emergency rule, this includes for driver's licenses, identification cards, vehicle registrations, document filings and other transactions. Data.CDC.gov. The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic began in the U.S. state of Illinois on January 24, 2020, when a woman in Chicago, who had just returned from the pandemic's place of origin in Wuhan, Hubei, China, tested positive for the virus. [88], On April 11, McDonough, Perry and Warren counties reported their first cases. [187], On November 12, in anticipation of typical Thanksgiving travel and gatherings, Mayor Lightfoot announced a "Stay-at-Home Advisory" for the city, effective November 16, asking residents to "shake off COVID fatigue" and avoid inviting over extended family. [171][172] These patient records are protected with the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 along with State of Illinois' Medical Patient Rights Act. 40,000 extra deaths from diabetes, Alzheimer’s, high blood pressure and pneumonia. [62] Monroe County announced its first case, bringing the total counties with confirmed cases to 31 of 102. Northwestern University extended its spring break by one week, after which classes would be held remotely rather than on campus. Weeks in which reported deaths were less than 50 percent of the C.D.C. IDOC determined, after consulting with IDPH, that the staff and incarcerated men at the Sheridan facility was at low to medium risk of exposure. [192] On April 8, Mayor Langfelder issued another emergency order allowing for the Springfield Police Department to issue tickets and fine individuals who are "repeat offenders" who do not adhere to the prohibition of gatherings of more than 10 people and overall lack of compliance with the State's Stay-at-Home order. In Cook County, Illinois, the number of suicide deaths is already higher than for all of 2019. [52], On March 19, there were 134 new coronavirus cases reported throughout the state along with three deaths which included a male in his 50s from Will County, a female in her 80s from Cook County, and an out-of-state female in her 70s who was in Sangamon County. 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Total Deaths by Resident County 2000-2009 2010-2019 Leading Cause of Death, Illinois 2019 2018 2017 2016 2015 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 Death Demographics by Resident County 2019 2018 2017 2016 2015 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 Causes of Death by Resident County 2019 2018 2017 2016 2015 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 Drug Overdose Deaths … [241], Ongoing COVID-19 viral pandemic in Illinois, United States, Map of the outbreak in Illinois by confirmed. [104], While the daily number of cases remained below the mid-May peak, the average slowly crept up through the month. All non-essential businesses were required to be closed (e.g. There was no indication of any residents contracting the disease at any of the Illinois Veterans Homes throughout the State. Because states vary somewhat in their speed in reporting deaths to the federal government, the data show death trends for slightly different time periods. [195], In the following days, several universities in Illinois closed or cancelled classes. "[221][222] On April 9, a group of progressive African American activists and elected officials (including Chicago Alderwoman Jeanette Taylor, Cook County Board Commissioner Brandon Johnson, and Illinois House Rep. Sonya Harper) called for a range of policy reforms to address this racial inequality. Henderson and Wayne counties both reported their first cases of the coronavirus which brought the counties with confirmed cases to 92 of the 102 counties within the State of Illinois. 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By Associated Press , Wire Service Content June 11, 2020 Both of these places are popular amongst the city's homeless population. Carroll, Fayette, and Macon counties reported their first cases on this day. Other factors related to the pandemic like social isolation and challenges in getting emergency services could also have contributed to deaths, Dr. Woolf said. [29], On March 9, four additional cases were announced in Cook County, bringing the state's total number of cases to eleven. Dr. Ezike acknowledged cabin fever as the weather gets warmer, but urges residents to try to stay inside. The State of Illinois is working with U.S. Department of Health and Human Services and the private companies of Wal-Mart and Walgreens to provide testing sites in the hardest-hit communities within the state. UPDATE: Total U.S. death numbers rose sharply after the publication of this article, and data revisions increased the reported mortality totals for March. JB Pritzker answers questions from the media during his daily press briefing on the COVID-19 pandemic from his office at the Illinois State Capitol, Friday, May 22, 2020… [56] In a March 22 interview on CNN's State of the Union, Governor Pritzker compared the federal government's procurement of essential medical supplies to the "Wild West". Governor Pritzker unveiled on May 5 a five-phase plan for reopening the state called "Restore Illinois". The total number of cases in Illinois now stands at 1,072,214, with a total of 18,258 deaths, since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic. Many people who die from high blood pressure are also at high risk for severe Covid-19, so some of these deaths could be Covid-19 deaths that are missed, according to Robert Anderson, chief of the mortality statistics branch at the C.D.C.’s National Center for Health Statistics. The virus may have also aggravated some of these patients’ existing health conditions. The state also reported 145 new COVID-related deaths, marking the most since May 27 and the 4th highest total ever. Additional reporting by Josh Katz and Margot Sanger-Katz. Within the same briefing, the Governor announced that Illinois was in Phase 2 of the plan. [184], On May 26, Mayor Lightfoot announced that the city would spend $56 million from federal and state funds on a contact tracing program, including $11 million marked for a contractor to oversee the program. [216] In Cook County, African Americans accounted for 58% of deaths while comprising 23% of the population. At the Stateville facility, those who have been identified as being potentially exposed were quarantined to reduce risk to others. IN MARCH OF 2020 THERE WERE 34,000 (rounded) LESS DEATHS THAN THE AVERAGE NUMBER OF DEATHS IN THE US OVER THE FOUR YEARS PRIOR! [110] On November 7, Illinois once again set a new record for the most cases in a single day with 12,438. Within the past 24 hours, laboratories have reported 102,372 specimens for a total of 14,667,148. Here's a guide to what's allowed", "Which Coronavirus Restrictions Are Being Added in Your Illinois County and When They Take Effect", "Pritzker orders tougher restrictions for Chicago starting Friday. [16], On January 30, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) confirmed that the first known human-to-human transmission in the U.S. of the SARS-CoV-2 virus (then known as 2019-nCoV) had occurred in Chicago. I have just looked at the totals per year so far (other than Influenza and pneumonia: When Chicago Public Schools did not announce a closure, the Chicago Teachers Union demanded that the district close its schools immediately. 10% of the 5,000 inmates were released as a cautionary measure, but the number of infections had risen to 134 by March 30. 92 New Deaths Brings Total To 2,215. Additionally, there were twelve men that are incarcerated at Stateville who were hospitalized, with several requiring ventilators. [189], On March 30, the Rockford city council passed an ordinance allowing for fines of $750 per day for businesses not adhering to the closure of nonessential businesses during the statewide executive order issued by Governor Pritzker. The case was a woman in her 60s who had returned from a December 25 – January 13 visit to Wuhan, China, the place of origin of the outbreak, where she had frequently visited a hospitalized relative and other relatives with respiratory illnesses. [53] The number of cases being reported has rapidly risen as the tests are becoming more readily available along with an increase in testing by and hospital and commercial laboratories. [8][136][9] Churches were also prohibited from holding meetings with more than 10 people in attendance. On March 27, another 488 new confirmed cases were announced along with eight new deaths. In Cook County, Illinois, the number of suicide deaths is already higher than for all of 2019. The year 2020 has been abnormal for mortalities. [237] The Chicago Marathon set to take place on October 11 was canceled due to public health concerns, following the cancelation of the New York City Marathon and Boston Marathon. [126], During March, the state government announced a series of escalating measures to achieve social distancing. Christian County announced the first confirmed case contracted within that county. [1][47] Governor Pritzker announced restrictions for public gatherings, limiting crowds to under 50 people amid growing concerns over the community spread of the virus in the state. With the latest number, the Illinois Department of Public Health is reporting 937,909 confirmed coronavirus cases in the state, including 15,969 deaths. Number of COVID-19 deaths of selected countries in APAC as of December 13, 2020 U.S. adults who feel COVID-19 is a significant crisis as of Mar. However, the rationale by the police agencies "to protect their officers and deputies by allowing them to avoid contact or don protective equipment" and the McHenry County court issued a temporary order to release the names. Cases were confirmed in Champaign, Clinton, Sangamon, Whiteside, and Winnebago Counties; meanwhile, Governor Pritzker ordered all bars and restaurants closed to sit-in diners. 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