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Monday Pritzker

Gov. J.B. Pritzker answers reporters' questions during a news conference Monday in Chicago.

Tier 3 mitigation measures — in place statewide since Nov. 20 — will remain so for "the next few weeks," Gov. J.B. Pritzker announced during Monday afternoon's daily coronavirus briefing in Chicago.

Pritzker said he reached that decision after consulting with experts, including Dr. Anthony Fauci, who warned of things to come after thousands of Americans traveled over the Thanksgiving holiday.

"We'll be watching the data closely to monitor for a post-Thanksgiving surge" in cases, positivity rates and hospitalizations, Pritzker said.

Barring a massive spike in all three categories, Pritzker said he doesn’t anticipate signing another stay-at-home order, particularly with promising vaccine news on the horizon.

“We may be able to avoid a stay-at-home order. That’s our goal,” he said. “That’s our hope — if everybody follows the mitigations and we don’t see as big as surge (in Illinois) as is being talked about nationwide, we’ll be able to avoid a stay-at-home order.”

Among the Tier 3 mitigations remaining in effect:

— No indoor dining is allowed at restaurants and bars, which must shut down at 11 p.m. and not reopen before 6 a.m.

— Retail stores — including “big box” brands that sell groceries, like Walmart and Meijer — are limited to 25 percent capacity, the same as health and fitness centers.

— Grocery and convenience stores are limited to 50 percent capacity.

— Forbidden: all indoor group sporting and recreational activities; the use of video gambling terminals; and gatherings in meeting rooms, banquet centers, private party rooms, private clubs and country clubs.

— Closed: Theaters, performing arts centers and indoor museums.

— Funerals are capped at 10 family members.

Dr. Ngozi Ezike, director of the Illinois Department of Public Health, said that even before the decline in cases and positivity rates over the past week, there had been a "suggestive trend of things starting to move in the right direction."

"We're just all hoping and praying that does not get reversed with the activities from Thanksgiving,” Ezike said.

Still, Pritzker warned, it could take several days, or even weeks, before the state sees what impact holiday travel and gatherings will have.

“I say this as we come off of a Thanksgiving holiday when many people may have dropped their guard and gathered with people from outside of their own households,” he said. “The hope now is that we can fend off the surge in the next few weeks to get to a healthier holiday time in the latter half of December.”


Monday region 6

REGION 6: Champaign County’s seven-day positivity rate down for ninth day

For the ninth straight day, Champaign County’s seven-day positivity rate decreased — from 6.9 to 6.4 percent. That’s the lowest of the 21 counties that make up Region 6.

For the ninth time in 10 days, the seven-day rate for Region 6 was also down slightly Monday, from 12.0 to 11.7 percent.

The metrics the state uses to determine a region’s rate cover a seven-day period that ended three days ago (figures posted Monday are through Nov. 27).

Region 6’s metrics exclude data from the UI campus’ saliva testing (if UI tests were included, the region’s rate would be 7.1 percent).

A look at the Region 6 rates in November (with three-day lag):

  • Nov. 1: 10.0 percent
  • Nov. 2: 10.0 percent
  • Nov. 3: 10.2 percent
  • Nov. 4: 10.2 percent
  • Nov. 5: 10.8 percent
  • Nov. 6: 11.3 percent
  • Nov. 7: 11.9 percent
  • Nov. 8: 12.2 percent
  • Nov. 9: 12.7 percent
  • Nov. 10: 13.0 percent
  • Nov. 11: 13.5 percent
  • Nov. 12: 13.6 percent
  • Nov. 13: 14.0 percent
  • Nov. 14: 14.0 percent
  • Nov. 15: 14.0 percent
  • Nov. 16: 14.3 percent
  • Nov. 17: 14.6 percent
  • Nov. 18: 14.5 percent
  • Nov. 19: 14.0 percent
  • Nov. 20: 13.7 percent
  • Nov. 21: 13.4 percent
  • Nov. 22: 13.1 percent
  • Nov. 23: 12.7 percent
  • Nov. 24: 12.1 percent
  • Nov. 25: 11.9 percent
  • Nov. 26: 12.0 percent
  • Nov. 27: 11.7 percent
Monday lede

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:

  • Effingham: 23.9 percent (+1.2)
  • Fayette: 23.0 percent (-1.8)
  • Clay: 22.6 percent (+1.3)
  • Shelby: 20.7 percent (+0.5)
  • Lawrence: 20.6 percent (-1.5)
  • Jasper: 17.8 percent (+0.1)
  • Vermilion: 14.7 percent (-0.7)
  • Cumberland: 14.5 percent (-1.9)
  • Douglas: 13.7 percent (+1.5)
  • Crawford: 12.7 percent (-0.1)
  • Macon: 12.6 percent (+0.1)
  • Richland: 12.6 percent (+0.4)
  • Iroquois: 12.5 percent (-2.6)
  • Edgar: 11.0 percent (+1.5)
  • DeWitt: 10.2 percent (-1.3)
  • Ford: 9.5 percent (+1.2)
  • Clark: 9.2 percent (+0.9)
  • Piatt: 8.9 percent (-1.6)
  • Coles: 8.3 percent (+0.1)
  • Moultrie: 7.5 percent (+0.2)
  • Champaign: 6.4 percent (-0.5)

If the UI’s saliva testing results were included in the state’s count, Champaign County’s seven-day rate would be 2.5 percent, up 0.2 percent from Sunday.


Monday Carle

URBANA: 12 of 69 COVID patients at Carle in ICU

Twelve of the 69 COVID-positive patients at Carle’s hospital in Urbana are in intensive care, according to data updated Monday by Carle Health.

In all, 102 patients with COVID are hospitalized in Carle facilities (up two from Sunday), with 18 of those in ICU (unchanged).

Carle’s BroMenn Medical Center in Bloomington has 27 COVID-positive patients (four in ICU) while Richland Memorial Hospital in Olney has six (two in ICU).

Neither Carle’s Hoopeston Regional Health Center nor Eureka Hospital had any COVID patients on Monday.

Carle began providing daily information on COVID patients on Nov. 18, with the launch of a new online dashboard. Here’s an overview of the data for its Urbana and Bloomington hospitals:

URBANA

  • Wednesday, Nov. 18: 69 patients, 6 in ICU
  • Thursday, Nov. 19: 70 patients, 7 in ICU
  • Friday, Nov. 20: 67 patients, 10 in ICU
  • Saturday, Nov. 21: 59 patients, 12 in ICU
  • Sunday, Nov. 22: 69 patients, 12 in ICU
  • Monday, Nov. 23: 74 patients, 13 in ICU
  • Tuesday, Nov. 24: 68 patients, 14 in ICU
  • Wednesday, Nov. 25: 70 patients, 12 in ICU
  • Thursday, Nov. 26: 71 patients, 12 in ICU
  • Friday, Nov. 27: 74 patients, 12 in ICU
  • Saturday, Nov. 28: 75 patients, 12 in ICU
  • Sunday, Nov. 29: 70 patients, 12 in ICU
  • Monday, Nov. 30: 69 patients, 12 in ICU

BLOOMINGTON

  • Wednesday, Nov. 18: 21 patients, 3 in ICU
  • Thursday, Nov. 19: 22 patients, 4 in ICU
  • Friday, Nov. 20: 22 patients, 5 in ICU
  • Saturday, Nov. 21: 24 patients, 5 in ICU
  • Sunday, Nov. 22: 28 patients, 5 in ICU
  • Monday, Nov. 23: 28 patients, 5 in ICU
  • Tuesday, Nov. 24: 25 patients, 3 in ICU
  • Wednesday, Nov. 25: 24 patients, 2 in ICU
  • Thursday, Nov. 26: 26 patients, 2 in ICU
  • Friday, Nov. 27: 28 patients, 3 in ICU
  • Saturday, Nov. 28: 26 patients, 3 in ICU
  • Sunday, Nov. 29: 24 patients, 4 in ICU
  • Monday, Nov. 30: 27 patients, 4 in ICU

Since March, 617 COVID-positive patients have been discharged from Carle facilities and 106 hospitalized patients have died.

Also Monday, the C-U Public Health District reported that 17 Champaign County residents were hospitalized with COVID-19 — two fewer than on Sunday.


Monday county active

CHAMPAIGN COUNTY: Active cases down 25, recovered cases up 165

Of 5,492 new tests, 140 came back positive Monday in Champaign County.

Active cases fell by 25, to 924. Recovered cases rose by 165, to 9,876.

The C-U Pubic Health District was monitoring 1,646 active quarantined close contacts of positive cases, 284 fewer than Sunday.

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:

  • 61820/Champaign: 180 active (down seven), 3,666 total (up 27)
  • 61821/Champaign: 109 active (down 15), 1,252 total (up 11)
  • 61822/Champaign: 104 active (down seven), 988 total (up 10)
  • 61802/Urbana: 85 active (up three), 829 total (up 13)
  • 61801/Urbana: 80 active (unchanged), 984 total (up 14)
  • 61853/Mahomet: 77 active (unchanged), 549 total (up 16)
  • 61866/Rantoul: 63 active (down one), 926 total (up 10)
  • 61873/St. Joseph: 59 active (up 10), 303 total (up 15)
  • 61874/Savoy: 32 active (up three), 312 total (up four)
  • 61880/Tolono: 22 active (down four), 232 total (up two)
  • 61847/Gifford: 17 active (down two), 90 total (up one)
  • 61864/Philo: 10 active (down two), 82 total (up one)
  • 61859/Ogden: 10 active (down one), 50 total (up two)
  • 61862/Penfield: 10 active (up five), 36 total (up five)
  • 61877/Sidney: 9 active (down one), 78 total (up one)
  • 61849/Homer: 9 active (down two), 63 total (up one)
  • 61878/Thomasboro: 7 active (unchanged), 58 total (up one)
  • 61840/Dewey: 7 active (unchanged), 25 total (up two)
  • 61845/Foosland: 6 active (unchanged), 27 total (unchanged)
  • 61843/Fisher: 5 active (down four), 105 total (unchanged)
  • 60949/Ludlow: 4 active (up one), 29 total (up one)
  • 61875/Seymour: 4 active (down one), 25 total (unchanged)
  • 61863/Pesotum: 3 active (up one), 42 total (up two)
  • 61816/Broadlands: 3 active (up one), 23 total (up one)
  • 61851/Ivesdale: 3 active (unchanged), 13 total (unchanged)
  • 61871/Royal: 2 active (down two), 30 total (unchanged)
  • 61872/Sadorus: 2 active (unchanged), 17 total (unchanged)
  • 61852/Longview: 0 active (unchanged), 2 total (unchanged)
  • 61810/Allerton: 0 active (unchanged), 1 total (unchanged)
Monday county new cases

The county’s pandemic totals, according to CUPHD:

  • 1,072,793 tests
  • 10,858 confirmed cases
  • 58 fatalities
  • 17 county residents hospitalized
  • 14,771 close contacts quarantined
  • 1,393 close contacts that became positive

VERMILION COUNTY: 68 new cases, 29 hospitalized

The number of confirmed cases in Vermilion County grew by 68 Monday, to 3,103.

With 71 residents being released from isolation, Vermilion now has 219 active cases.

Twenty-nine COVID-positive Vermilion residents are hospitalized.

How the new cases break down by age:

  • One resident in their 80s
  • Three in their 70s
  • Four in their 60s
  • 11 in their 50s
  • 11 in their 40s
  • 18 in their 30s
  • Five in their 20s
  • Five teens
  • Six grade-school students
  • Three toddlers
  • One infant

Monday state

STATE: 6,190 new cases, 85 deaths, 10.2 percent seven-day positivity rate

Of 66,980 new tests, 6,190 came back positive Monday across Illinois.

The statewide seven-day positivity rate was up slightly from the two days prior, rising from 10.1 to 10.2 percent.

Here’s a look at November's daily case and testing totals, with state pandemic highs noted with asterisks:

  • Nov. 1: 78,458 tests, 6,980 cases, 8.0 percent seven-day rate
  • Nov. 2: 68,118 tests,  9,810 cases*, 8.1 percent seven-day rate
  • Nov. 3: 82,435 tests, 6,516 cases, 8.2 percent seven-day rate
  • Nov. 4: 71,857 tests, 7,538  cases, 8.5 percent seven-day rate
  • Nov. 5: 86,015 tests, 9,935 cases*, 9.1 percent seven-day rate
  • Nov. 6: 98,401 tests, 10,376 cases*, 9.6 percent seven-day rate
  • Nov. 7: 98,418 tests, 12,428 cases*, 10.3 percent seven-day rate
  • Nov. 8: 90,757 tests, 10,009 cases, 10.6 percent seven-day rate
  • Nov. 9: 64,760 tests, 10,573 cases, 11.4 percent seven-day rate
  • Nov. 10: 101,955 tests, 12,623 cases*, 12.0 percent seven-day rate
  • Nov. 11: 93,464 tests, 12,657 cases*, 12.4 percent seven-day rate
  • Nov. 12: 100,617 tests*, 12,702 cases*, 12.6 percent seven-day rate
  • Nov. 13: 106,540 tests*, 15,415 cases*, 13.2 percent seven-day rate
  • Nov. 14: 114,370 tests*, 11,028 cases, 12.6 percent seven-day rate
  • Nov. 15: 84,831 tests, 10,631 cases, 12.8 percent seven-day rate
  • Nov. 16: 90,612 tests, 11,632 cases, 12.5 percent seven-day rate
  • Nov. 17: 94,205 tests, 12,601 cases, 12.5 percent seven-day rate
  • Nov. 18: 103,569 tests, 8,922 cases, 11.9 percent seven-day rate
  • Nov. 19: 113,447 tests, 14,612 cases, 12.0 percent seven-day rate
  • Nov. 20: 116,024 tests*, 13,012 cases, 11.5 percent seven-day rate
  • Nov. 21: 120,284 tests*, 11,891 cases, 11.5 percent seven-day rate
  • Nov. 22: 92,437 tests, 10,012 cases, 11.3 percent seven-day rate
  • Nov. 23: 91,562 tests, 8,322 cases, 10.9 percent seven-day rate
  • Nov. 24: 97,323 tests, 9,469 cases, 10.4 percent seven-day rate
  • Nov. 25: 114,233 tests, 11,378 cases, 10.6 percent seven-day rate
  • Nov. 26: 107,556 tests, 12,022 cases, 10.3 percent seven-day rate
  • Nov. 27: 77,130 tests, 7,574 cases, 10.1 percent seven-day rate
  • Nov. 28 79,055 tests, 7,873 cases, 10.1 percent seven-day rate
  • Nov. 29: 62,740 tests, 7,178 cases, 10.1 percent seven-day rate
  • Nov. 30: 66,980 tests, 6,190 cases, 10.2 percent seven-day rate

IDPH also reported 85 fatalities on Monday, pushing Illinois’ pandemic total to 12,193:

  • Cook County: 1 female 30s, 1 female 50s, 1 male 50s, 5 females 60s, 6 males 60s, 12 females 70s, 11 males 70s, 10 females 80s, 13 males 80s, 3 females 90s, 2 males 90s
  • DeKalb County: 1 male 60s
  • DuPage County: 1 female 70s, 1 male 70s
  • Kane County: 1 female 70s, 1 female 80s
  • Lake County: 1 male 70s
  • LaSalle County: 1 male 50s, 1 male 90s
  • Madison County: 1 male 60s, 1 male 90s
  • Mason County: 1 male 80s, 1 female 90s
  • McDonough County: 1 male 60s
  • Monroe County: 1 female 80s
  • Ogle County: 1 female 90s
  • Peoria County: 1 female 50s
  • Tazewell County: 1 male 70s, 1 male 80s
  • Will County: 2 females 90s

Monday UI positivity

UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS: 4,121 new tests, 21 new cases, 0.5 percent daily rate

Twenty-one new cases emerged from 4,121 new tests Sunday on campus, a rate of 0.5 percent, according to UI data updated Monday.

The seven-day positivity rate on campus now stands at 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:

  • 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
Monday UI cases

DOUGLAS COUNTY: 21 new cases, 1,438 total

The number of confirmed cases in Douglas County grew by 21 Monday, to 1,438.

The new cases ranged in age from 13 to 70s:

  • A 13-year-old girl
  • Two women and one man in their 20s
  • Three men and one woman in their 30s
  • Three women and two men in their 40s
  • Three women and three men in their 50s
  • One woman and one man in their 70s

Over the past two weeks, Douglas County has added 286 confirmed cases.

Here’s a rundown of new Douglas County cases throughout November:

  • Nov. 1: 15 cases
  • Nov. 2: 18 cases
  • Nov. 3: 12 cases
  • Nov. 4: 43 cases
  • Nov. 5: 26 cases, 11th death
  • Nov. 6: 18 cases
  • Nov. 7: 14 cases
  • Nov. 8: 20 cases
  • Nov. 9: 21 cases
  • Nov. 10: 16 cases
  • Nov. 11: 22 cases
  • Nov. 12: 27 cases, 12th death
  • Nov. 13: 18 cases
  • Nov. 14: 6 cases
  • Nov. 15: 15 cases
  • Nov. 16: 27 cases
  • Nov. 17: 19 cases, 13th death
  • Nov. 18: 44 cases, 14th death
  • Nov. 19: 23 cases
  • Nov. 20: 17 cases
  • Nov. 21: 5 cases
  • Nov. 22: 17 cases, 15th death
  • Nov. 23: 18 cases, 16th death
  • Nov. 24: 12 cases
  • Nov. 25: 19 cases
  • Nov. 26: 24 cases
  • Nov. 27: 18 cases
  • Nov. 28: 12 cases
  • Nov. 29: 10 cases
  • Nov. 30 21 cases

Monday Ford

FORD COUNTY: 88 new cases for period of Nov. 25-30

Ford County’s COVID-19 case count grew by 88 Monday, when local health officials reported six days’ worth of cases (Nov. 25-30).

Over the course of the pandemic, Ford has 755 total cases — 491 which are classified as confirmed and 264 as probable.

Nineteen Ford County residents have lost their lives to COVID-19.

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