Tuesday prison




A COVID outbreak at the Danville Correctional Center took a slight turn in the right direction Tuesday.

Active cases among inmates were down by eight, to 563, according to data updated by the Illinois Department of Corrections. That makes 116 inmates who’ve tested positive and recovered, IDOC reports.

Active cases among prison staffers were down by two, to 51. Eighty-one other employees have recovered.

The Danville facility has, at 679, the most inmate cases classified as active but not the most confirmed cases for the pandemic.

The Lawrence Correctional Center, in Sumter, has had 750 inmates test positive, with 450 recovered.







Tuesday Vermilion

A man in his 40s, a woman in her 70s and a woman in her 90s are the latest Vermilion County residents to lose their lives to COVID-19.

Vermilion health officials reported the deaths — Nos. 75, 76 and 77 — on Tuesday, along with 91 newly confirmed COVID cases.

With 124 residents released from isolation, the county now has 671 active cases. Forty-one COVID-positive Vermilion residents are hospitalized.

How the new cases break down by age:

  • Three grade-school children
  • Nine teens
  • Three in their 20s
  • Four in their 30s
  • 16 in their 40s
  • Six in their 50s
  • 20 in their 60s
  • 11 in their 70s
  • 10 in their 80s
  • Seven in their 90s
  • Two in their 100s






County positivity




The number of confirmed cases in Douglas County rose by 13 Tuesday, to 1,910.

The new cases ranged in age from 8 to 80s:

  • An 8-year-old girl
  • Two women and one man in their 20s
  • One woman and one man in their 40s
  • One woman in her 50s
  • Two women and one man in their 60s
  • Two women and one man in their 80s






County active




For the second straight month, 30 Champaign County residents have lost their lives to COVID-19.

On Tuesday, C-U Public Health Administrator Julie Pryde said, three residents in their 90s — two women and a man — died of COVID, becoming the county’s 28th, 29th and 30th fatalities in December.

In all, 88 Champaign County residents have died during the pandemic after testing positive for the coronavirus, with 60 of those coming in November and December.

Public health on Tuesday also reported 76 new COVID cases, pushing the county’s total to 13,658.

Active cases were down by eight, to 597. Recovered cases were up by 81, to 12,973.

Eight county residents were hospitalized with COVID, and the public health was monitoring 1,058 active quarantined close contacts of positive cases.

Here’s an updated rundown of county ZIP codes with active cases followed by their total number of cases, according to C-U Public Health data:

  • 61822/Champaign: 106 active (unchanged), 1,356 total (up 14)
  • 61821/Champaign: 98 active (down two), 1,704 total (up 12)
  • 61820/Champaign: 71 active (down two), 4,133 total (up nine)
  • 61802/Urbana: 59 active (unchanged), 1,088 total (up five)
  • 61853/Mahomet: 57 active (up four), 750 total (up eight)
  • 61866/Rantoul: 39 active (down three), 1,145 total (up four)
  • 61801/Urbana: 38 active (up one), 1,195 total (up eight)
  • 61874/Savoy: 25 active (down three), 462 total (up two)
  • 61880/Tolono: 20 active (up three), 322 total (up six)
  • 61873/St. Joseph: 19 active (down two), 419 total (unchanged)
  • 61843/Fisher: 9 active (unchanged), 149 total (up one)
  • 61877/Sidney: 9 active (unchanged), 95 total (unchanged)
  • 61864/Philo: 8 active (up two), 100 total (up two)
  • 61859/Ogden: 7 active (down two), 72 total (unchanged)
  • 61847/Gifford: 5 active (unchanged), 134 total (unchanged)
  • 61816/Broadlands: 5 active (down one), 36 total (up one)
  • 61863/Pesotum: 4 active (unchanged), 58 total (up one)
  • 61878/Thomasboro: 3 active (up one), 71 total (up two)
  • 61840/Dewey: 3 active (unchanged), 43 total (unchanged)
  • 61872/Sadorus: 3 active (unchanged), 29 total (unchanged)
  • 61849/Homer: 2 active (unchanged), 76 total (up one)
  • 60949/Ludlow: 2 active (down one), 38 total (unchanged)
  • 61852/Longview: 2 active (unchanged), 5 total (unchanged)
  • 61871/Royal: 1 active (unchanged), 33 total (unchanged)
  • 61862/Penfield: 0 active (unchanged), 50 total (unchanged)
  • 61875/Seymour: 0 active (down two), 30 total (unchanged)
  • 61845/Foosland: 0 active (unchanged), 29 total (unchanged)
  • 61851/Ivesdale: 0 active (unchanged), 17 total (unchanged)
  • 61810/Allerton 0 active (unchanged), 1 total (unchanged)

The county’s pandemic totals, according to CUPHD:

  • 1,249,844 tests
  • 13,658 confirmed cases
  • 88 fatalities
  • 8 county residents hospitalized
  • 18,065 close contacts quarantined
  • 1,968 close contacts that became positive

Reports Steve Hoffman, editor of Community Media Group’s Piatt County Journal-Republican:

Kirby Medical Center in Monticello has begun administering COVID-19 inoculations after receiving 100 doses of the Moderna vaccine.

Hospital Chief Clinical Officer Jennifer Moss said frontline employees are receiving them first, with a goal of getting doses to all 200 employees who have opted in by the end of next week.

“There’s a potential for side effects, so we don’t want to vaccinate, say, the whole emergency department on one day, so we have to stagger the vaccinations within the departments,” Moss said.

A second dose is then required 30 days later.

Employees at satellite clinics will also be vaccinated at the main Monticello facility.

“We’re so excited to have received it,” Moss added. “Everybody wants things to get back to normal, and honestly this feels like the first step of doing something that may help us get back to normal. Or a new normal, whatever that may be.”

A total of 21 employees received doses on Monday afternoon, the first being nurse practitioner Jen Minehart, who happened to be at the front of the line at 2:30 p.m.

“It just so happened she was the first one to show up. She sees a lot of patients in our quick care in the clinic, so she gets exposed quite a bit. So it was kind of nice she was the first person here at Kirby to be vaccinated,” Moss said.

Kirby has a staff of about 325 people, but that includes part-time workers who may be getting the vaccine elsewhere. Some have also opted out due to health conditions that include pregnancy. Those who have tested positive for COVID-19 are also advised to wait 90 days before being vaccinated.

The vaccine is not yet available to the general public, but Moss said the hospital will keep people informed.

“As soon as we have vaccines available to the public, we’ll blast that out as well as we can, and have an organized effort in cooperation with the health department to implement it,” she said.







Tuesday region




Region 6’s seven-day positivity rate fell from 8.6 to 8.3 percent Tuesday when testing totals from the day after Christmas were factored in.

Results from just 2,465 tests of residents in the 21 counties that make up Region 6 came back on Dec. 26, with 180 of those positive. (One county, Lawrence, reported results from just two tests, both negative, on the day after Christmas).

The metrics the state uses to determine a region’s rate cover a seven-day period that ended three days ago (figures posted Tuesday are through Dec. 26).

Region 6’s metrics exclude data from the UI campus’ saliva testing (if UI tests were included, the region’s rate would be 5.7 percent, unchanged from a day earlier).

A look at the Region 6 rates since Dec. 1 (with three-day lags):

  • Dec. 1: 12.4 percent
  • Dec. 2: 12.5 percent
  • Dec. 3: 12.1 percent
  • Dec. 4: 12.2 percent
  • Dec. 5: 11.9 percent
  • Dec. 6: 12.0 percent
  • Dec. 7: 11.7 percent
  • Dec. 8: 11.2 percent
  • Dec. 9: 10.8 percent
  • Dec. 10: 10.5 percent
  • Dec. 11: 9.2 percent
  • Dec. 12: 9.1 percent
  • Dec. 13: 8.6 percent
  • Dec. 14: 8.5 percent
  • Dec. 15: 8.4 percent
  • Dec. 16: 8.2 percent
  • Dec. 17: 8.2 percent
  • Dec. 18: 9.1 percent
  • Dec. 19: 9.0 percent
  • Dec. 20: 9.3 percent
  • Dec. 21: 9.1 percent
  • Dec. 22: 9.1 percent
  • Dec. 23: 9.0 percent
  • Dec. 24: 8.6 percent
  • Dec. 25: 8.6 percent
  • Dec. 26: 8.3 percent

Below is a look at the rolling seven-day rates of the 21 counties that make up Region 6, and how those rates compare to the previous day:

  • Douglas: 12.7 percent (+0.1)
  • Clay: 12.6 percent (-0.7)
  • Clark: 12.2 percent (+0.2)
  • Moultrie: 11.9 percent (+0.2)
  • Cumberland: 11.7 percent (-0.5)
  • Jasper: 11.6 percent (+0.6)
  • Vermilion: 11.4 percent (-0.1)
  • Effingham: 10.6 percent (-0.1)
  • Coles: 10.3 percent (+0.3)
  • DeWitt: 10.2 percent (-0.5)
  • Lawrence: 10.1 percent (-2.3)
  • Ford: 9.1 percent (—)
  • Richland: 9.1 percent (-0.5)
  • Shelby: 8.1 percent (+0.6)
  • Edgar: 7.9 percent (-1.0)
  • Piatt: 7.6 percent (+0.6)
  • Fayette: 7.4 percent (+0.4)
  • Macon: 6.5 percent (-0.1)
  • Champaign: 6.1 percent (—)
  • Iroquois: 5.6 percent (-1.3)
  • Crawford: 4.9 percent (+0.2)

If the UI’s saliva testing results were included in the state’s count, Champaign County’s seven-day rate would be 2.4 percent, up from 2.3 percent from the day prior.







Tuesday Carle




Fourteen of the 56 COVID-positive patients at Carle’s hospital in Urbana are in intensive care, according to data updated Tuesday by Carle Health.

In all, 103 patients with COVID were hospitalized Tuesday in Carle facilities, with 20 of those in ICU.

Carle’s BroMenn Medical Center in Bloomington had 28 COVID-positive patients (four in ICU) while Richland Memorial Hospital in Olney had 10 (two in ICU).

Carle Hoopeston Regional Health Center had seven COVID patients, and Carle Eureka Hospital had two, none of whom were in intensive care.

Below is an overview of December’s daily totals for Carle’s Urbana and Bloomington hospitals. (Carle began publicly reporting data on Nov. 18).

URBANA

  • Tuesday, Dec. 1: 69 patients, 12 in ICU
  • Wednesday, Dec. 2: 61 patients, 8 in ICU
  • Thursday, Dec. 3: 62 patients, 9 in ICU
  • Friday, Dec. 4: 66 patients, 10 in ICU
  • Saturday, Dec. 5: 62 patients, 12 in ICU
  • Sunday, Dec. 6: 67 patients, 13 in ICU
  • Monday, Dec. 7: 66 patients, 13 in ICU
  • Tuesday, Dec. 8: 70 patients, 15 in ICU
  • Wednesday, Dec. 9: 66 patients, 13 in ICU
  • Thursday, Dec. 10: 82 patients, 22 in ICU
  • Friday, Dec. 11: 87 patients, 22 in ICU
  • Saturday, Dec. 12: 94 patients, 25 in ICU
  • Sunday, Dec. 13: 94 patients, 22 in ICU
  • Monday, Dec. 14: 88 patients, 23 in ICU
  • Tuesday, Dec. 15: 92 patients, 25 in ICU
  • Wednesday, Dec. 16: 75 patients, 22 in ICU
  • Thursday, Dec. 17: 68 patients, 22 in ICU
  • Friday, Dec. 18: 60 patients, 18 in ICU
  • Saturday, Dec. 19: 62 patients, 17 in ICU
  • Sunday, Dec. 20: 63 patients, 16 in ICU
  • Monday, Dec. 21: 62 patients, 15 in ICU
  • Tuesday, Dec. 22: 54 patients, 12 in ICU
  • Wednesday, Dec. 23: 58 patients, 12 in ICU
  • Thursday, Dec. 24: 60 patients, 12 in ICU
  • Friday, Dec. 25: 54 patients, 12 in ICU
  • Saturday, Dec. 26: 55 patients, 11 in ICU
  • Sunday, Dec. 27: 47 patients, 10 in ICU
  • Monday, Dec. 28: 52 patients, 12 in ICU
  • Tuesday, Dec. 29: 56 patients, 14 in ICU





Tuesday state




BLOOMINGTON

  • Tuesday, Dec. 1: 30 patients, 4 in ICU
  • Wednesday, Dec. 2: 26 patients, 4 in ICU
  • Thursday, Dec. 3: 23 patients, 4 in ICU
  • Friday, Dec. 4: 23 patients, 4 in ICU
  • Saturday, Dec. 5: 15 patients, 4 in ICU
  • Sunday, Dec. 6: 15 patients, 3 in ICU
  • Monday, Dec. 7: 17 patients, 3 in ICU
  • Tuesday, Dec. 8: 20 patients, 4 in ICU
  • Wednesday, Dec. 9: 18 patients, 5 in ICU
  • Thursday, Dec. 10: 23 patients, 5 in ICU
  • Friday, Dec. 11: 21 patients, 3 in ICU
  • Saturday, Dec. 12: 23 patients, 5 in ICU
  • Sunday, Dec. 13: 27 patients, 6 in ICU
  • Tuesday, Dec. 15: 27 patients, 6 in ICU
  • Wednesday, Dec. 16: 21 patients, 5 in ICU
  • Thursday, Dec. 17: 23 patients, 6 in ICU
  • Friday, Dec. 18: 23 patients, 6 in ICU
  • Saturday, Dec. 19: 22 patients, 5 in ICU
  • Sunday, Dec. 20: 20 patients, 5 in ICU
  • Monday, Dec. 21: 23 patients, 6 in ICU
  • Tuesday, Dec. 22: 19 patients, 6 in ICU
  • Wednesday, Dec. 23: 24 patients, 4 in ICU
  • Thursday, Dec. 24: 22 patients, 3 in ICU
  • Friday, Dec. 25: 26 patients, 4 in ICU
  • Saturday, Dec. 26: 30 patients, 4 in ICU
  • Sunday, Dec. 27: 30 patients, 6 in ICU
  • Monday, Dec. 28: 32 patients, 6 in ICU
  • Tuesday, Dec. 29: 28 patients, 4 in ICU

Since March, 862 COVID-positive patients have been discharged from Carle facilities and 181 hospitalized patients have died.


Of 66,786 new tests, 5,644 came back positive statewide Tuesday, the Illinois Department of Public Health reports.

The state’s seven-day positivity rate was up slightly, rising from 7.2 to 7.4 percent.

IDPH on Tuesday also reported another 106 lives lost to COVID-19:

  • Adams County: 1 female 90s
  • Bond County: 1 female 70s, 1 male 90s
  • Carroll County: 1 male 70s
  • Christian County: 1 female 70s
  • Clay County: 1 male 70s
  • Cook County: 1 female 40s, 1 male 50s, 5 females 60s, 6 males 60s, 4 females 70s, 5 males 70s, 3 females 80s, 3 males 80s, 1 female 90s, 2 males 90s, 1 female 100-plus
  • DeKalb County: 1 male 60s
  • DuPage County: 3 males 80s, 2 females 90s, 1 male 90s, 1 female 100-plus
  • Fulton County: 1 female 60s, 1 female 80s
  • Grundy County: 1 female 80s
  • Henry County: 1 male 80s
  • Jackson County: 1 male 70s
  • Jefferson County: 1 male 70s, 1 female 90s
  • Kane County: 1 male 50s, 1 female 90s
  • Kankakee County: 1 male 90s
  • Lake County: 1 male 70s, 2 males 80s
  • Logan County: 1 female 80s
  • Madison County: 1 male 70s, 1 male 90s
  • Marion County: 1 male 80s
  • Mason County: 1 male 60s
  • McHenry County: 1 female 70s, 1 female 100-plus
  • McLean County: 1 male 70s, 1 male 80s, 1 female 90s
  • Monroe County: 1 male 70s, 1 male 90s
  • Moultrie County: 1 female 60s
  • Peoria County: 1 male 20s, 1 female 70s, 1 male 90s
  • Perry County: 1 female 80s
  • Pike County: 1 female 80s
  • Pulaski County: 1 male 60s
  • Rock Island County: 1 male 90s
  • Saline County: 1 female 90s
  • Sangamon County: 1 male 70s, 1 female 80s
  • St. Clair County: 1 female 60s, 1 male 60s, 1 male 70s, 1 male 80s, 1 female 90s
  • Tazewell County: 1 female 70s, 1 female 80s
  • Vermilion County: 1 male 70s, 1 female 80s
  • Warren County: 1 female 70s, 1 female 90s
  • Washington County: 1 female 90s
  • Will County: 1 male 50s, 1 male 60s, 1 female 70s, 1 male 70s, 1 female 90s
  • Winnebago County: 1 female 40s, 2 females 60s, 1 female 70s, 2 males 90s
  • Woodford County: 1 male 80s






UI positivity




Twenty new cases emerged from 2,295 new tests Monday on campus, a rate of 0.9 percent, according to UI data updated Tuesday.

The seven-day positivity rose slightly, from 0.3 to 0.4 percent.

Here’s a daily breakdown of tests and unique cases since students began reporting to campus in mid-August, according to the UI’s COVID-19 dashboard:

  • Monday, Dec. 28: 2,295 new tests, 20 new cases
  • Sunday, Dec. 27: 1,697 new tests, 10 new cases
  • Saturday, Dec. 26: 1,536 new tests, 15 new cases
  • Friday, Dec. 25: No testing for holiday
  • Thursday, Dec. 24: No testing for holiday
  • Wednesday, Dec. 23: 4,872 new tests, 8 new cases
  • Tuesday, Dec. 22: 3,415 new tests, 9 new cases
  • Monday, Dec. 21: 4,807 new tests, 14 new cases
  • Sunday, Dec. 20: 2,125 new tests, four new cases
  • Saturday, Dec. 19: 2,464 new tests, eight new cases
  • Friday, Dec. 18: 5,789 new tests, six new cases
  • Thursday, Dec. 17: 5,778 new tests, 11 new cases
  • Wednesday, Dec. 16: 5,692 new tests, 14 new cases
  • Tuesday, Dec. 15: 5,220 new tests, 13 new cases
  • Monday, Dec. 14: 7,660 new tests, 12 new cases
  • Sunday, Dec. 13: 3,690 new tests, 11 new cases
  • Saturday, Dec. 12: 2,919 new tests, 5 new cases
  • Friday, Dec. 12: 6,366 new tests, 10 new cases
  • Thursday, Nov. 10: 6,274 new tests, 12 new cases
  • Wednesday, Dec. 9: 7,148 new tests, 22 new cases
  • Tuesday, Dec. 8: 5,847 new tests, 27 new cases
  • Monday, Dec. 7: 8,618 new tests, 34 new cases
  • Sunday, Dec. 6: 4,134 new tests, 25 new cases
  • Saturday, Dec. 5: 3,304 new tests, 20 new cases
  • Friday, Dec. 4: 7,032 new tests, 25 new cases
  • Thursday, Dec. 3: 6,683 new tests, 23 new cases
  • Wednesday, Dec. 2: 7,542 new tests, 32 new cases
  • Tuesday, Dec. 1: 5,795 new tests, 26 new cases
  • Monday, Nov. 30: 9,341 new tests, 71 new cases
  • Sunday, Nov. 29: 4,121 new tests, 21 new cases
  • Saturday, Nov. 28: 3,717 new tests, 33 new cases
  • Friday, Nov. 27: No testing for holiday
  • Thursday, Nov. 26: No testing for holiday
  • Wednesday, Nov. 25: 5,836 new tests, 14 new cases
  • Tuesday, Nov. 24: 4,536 new tests, 13 new cases
  • Monday, Nov. 23: 5,607 new tests, 26 new cases
  • Sunday, Nov. 22: 3,291 new tests, 19 new cases
  • Saturday, Nov. 21: 3,601 new tests, 12 new cases
  • Friday, Nov. 20: 11,278 new tests, 34 new cases
  • Thursday, Nov. 19: 10,424 new tests, 26 new cases
  • Wednesday, Nov. 18: 10,462 new tests, 34 new cases
  • Tuesday, Nov. 17: 10,255 new tests, 40 new cases
  • Monday, Nov. 16: 13,545 new tests, 51 new cases
  • Sunday, Nov. 15: 6,280 new tests, 21 new cases
  • Saturday, Nov. 14: 4,639 new tests, 12 new cases
  • Friday, Nov. 13: 11,351 new tests, 32 new cases
  • Thursday, Nov. 12: 9,715 new tests, 34 new cases
  • Wednesday, Nov. 11: 11,071 new tests, 50 new cases
  • Tuesday, Nov. 10: 10,324 new tests, 57 new cases
  • Monday, Nov. 9: 11,800 new tests, 76 new cases
  • Sunday, Nov. 8: 5,339 new tests, 29 new cases
  • Saturday, Nov. 7: 4,016 new tests, 21 new cases
  • Friday, Nov. 6: 10,429 new tests, 48 new cases
  • Thursday, Nov. 5: 8,895 new tests, 60 new cases
  • Wednesday, Nov. 4: 11,537 new tests, 80 new cases
  • Tuesday, Nov. 3: 5,941 new tests, 40 new cases
  • Monday, Nov. 2: 11,956 new tests, 82 new cases
  • Sunday, Nov. 1 4,823 new tests, 17 new cases
  • Saturday, Oct. 31: 3,522 new tests, 9 new cases
  • Friday, Oct. 30: 10,787 new tests, 39 new cases
  • Thursday, Oct. 29: 8,980 new tests, 27 new cases
  • Wednesday, Oct. 28: 9,579 new tests, 34 new cases
  • Tuesday, Oct. 27: 10,294 new tests, 36 new cases
  • Monday, Oct. 26: 11,112 new tests, 74 new cases
  • Sunday, Oct. 25: 4,935 new tests, 23 new cases
  • Saturday, Oct. 24: 3,870 new tests, 15 new cases
  • Friday, Oct. 23: 9,284 new tests, 22 new cases
  • Thursday, Oct. 22: 8,581 new tests, 23 new cases
  • Wednesday, Oct. 21: 9,639 new tests, 20 new cases
  • Tuesday, Oct. 20: 9,964 new cases, 18 new cases
  • Monday, Oct. 19: 10,611 new tests, 18 new cases
  • Sunday, Oct. 18: 4,320 new tests, 6 new tests
  • Saturday, Oct. 17: 3,666 new tests, 2 new cases
  • Friday, Oct. 16: 9,700 new tests, 9 new cases
  • Thursday, Oct. 15: 7,777 new tests, 9 new cases
  • Wednesday, Oct. 14: 9,322 new tests, 11 new cases
  • Tuesday, Oct. 13: 10,057 new tests, 14 new cases
  • Monday, Oct. 12: 9,573 new tests, 23 new cases
  • Sunday, Oct. 11: 4,358 new tests, 8 new cases
  • Saturday, Oct. 10: 3,574 new tests, 11 new cases
  • Friday, Oct. 9: 9,867 new tests, 10 new cases
  • Thursday, Oct. 8: 7,953 new tests, 14 new cases
  • Wednesday, Oct. 7: 9,780 new tests, 21 new cases
  • Tuesday, Oct. 6: 10,369 new tests, 25 new cases
  • Monday, Oct. 5: 11,142 new tests, 48 new cases
  • Sunday, Oct. 4: 4,374 new tests, 7 new cases
  • Saturday, Oct. 3: 3,851 new tests, 9 new cases
  • Friday, Oct. 2: 10,765 new tests, 18 new cases
  • Thursday, Oct. 1: 7,577 new tests, 27 new cases
  • Wednesday, Sept. 30: 10,354 new tests, 32 new cases
  • Tuesday, Sept. 29: 10,637 new tests, 36 new cases
  • Monday, Sept. 28: 10,736 new tests, 36 new cases
  • Sunday, Sept. 27: 4,408 new tests, 28 new cases
  • Saturday, Sept. 26: 3,892 new tests, 17 new cases
  • Friday, Sept. 25: 11,090 new tests, 41 new cases
  • Thursday, Sept. 24: 9,086 new tests, 27 new cases
  • Wednesday, Sept. 23: 9,671 new tests, 28 new cases
  • Tuesday. Sept. 22: 11,030 new tests, 62 new cases
  • Monday, Sept. 21: 10,474 new tests, 42 new cases
  • Sunday, Sept. 20: 4,383 new tests, 11 new cases
  • Saturday, Sept. 19: 4,133 new tests, 13 new cases
  • Friday, Sept. 18: 10,564 new tests, 27 new cases
  • Thursday, Sept. 17: 7,802 new tests, 18 new cases
  • Wednesday, Sept. 16: 9,965 new tests, 24 new cases
  • Tuesday, Sept. 15: 11,232 new tests, 45 new cases
  • Monday, Sept. 14: 10,214 new tests, 40 new cases
  • Sunday, Sept. 13: 4,568 new tests, 17 new cases
  • Saturday, Sept. 12: 4,009 new tests, 10 new cases
  • Friday, Sept. 11: 11,253 new tests. 35 news cases
  • Thursday, Sept. 10: 6,626 new tests, 34 new cases
  • Wednesday, Sept. 9: 11,993 new tests, 47 new cases
  • Tuesday, Sept. 8: 11,621 new tests, 81 new cases
  • Monday, Sept. 7: 6,299 new tests, 69 new cases
  • Sunday, Sept. 6: 2,987 new tests, 37 new cases
  • Saturday, Sept. 5: 2,609 new tests, 37 new cases
  • Friday, Sept. 4: 14,204 new tests, 104 new cases
  • Thursday, Sept. 3: 14,841 new tests, 88 new cases
  • Wednesday, Sept. 2: 7,089 new tests, 120 new cases
  • Tuesday, Sept. 1: 14,367 new tests, 199 new cases
  • Monday, Aug. 31: 17,227 new tests, 230 new cases
  • Sunday, Aug. 30: 3,640 new tests, 104 new cases
  • Saturday, Aug. 29: 2,895 new tests, 50 new cases
  • Friday, Aug. 28: 15,030 new tests, 65 new cases
  • Thursday, Aug. 27: 15,123 new tests, 60 new cases
  • Wednesday, Aug. 26: 6,812 new tests, 54 new cases
  • Tuesday, Aug. 25: 15,850 new tests, 89 new cases
  • Monday, Aug. 24: 17,656 new tests, 79 new cases
  • Sunday, Aug. 23: 4,474 new tests, 53 new cases
  • Saturday, Aug. 22: 3,326 new tests, 43 new cases
  • Friday, Aug. 21: 10,877 new tests, 54 new cases
  • Thursday, Aug. 20: 10,742 new tests, 52 new cases
  • Wednesday, Aug. 19: 6,300 new tests, 29 new cases
  • Tuesday, Aug. 18: 6,162 new tests, 20 new cases
  • Monday, Aug. 17: 9,064 new tests, 24 new cases
  • Sunday, Aug. 16: 2,453 new tests, 7 new cases





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