Four ZIP codes added new cases Monday ... Of Champaign County's 561 cases, 359 are considered recovered, with 195 active ... Six residents are hospitalized ... The statewide seven-day rolling positivity rate, for May 16-22, is 12 percent ... New state totals: 112,017 cases, 4,884 deaths, 769,564 tests.
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Pritzker considering issuing a fourth consecutive 30-day disaster proclamation ... Read the full rules for retail, personal care services and restaurants/bars ... Of Champaign County's 552 cases, 311 are considered recovered and 234 are active ... One new Sunday case in Ford County, none in Vermilion.
Majesty Riley, 13, who would have been an eighth-grader at Edison Middle School in the fall, died after being shot by an 11-year-old inside a house in suburban Atlanta, a family friend told Fox 5 TV.
Of the 7 Champaign County ZIP codes that added new cases, 5 were in C-U, 1 in Rantoul and 1 in Pesotum ... Recovered cases outnumber active, 310-230 ... A resident in his or her 20s is the 39th confirmed case in Vermilion County ... 75 deaths announced Saturday send state total to 4,790 ...
Today, in the second of two parts, we spotlight recipients in six categories, with comments provided by nominators.
State Sen. Chapin Rose, R-Mahomet said he’s spent parts of the past three weeks asking leaders in his 51st District to put into words the effect that the governor's stay-at-home order and Restore Illinois plan have had on their towns.
Area-high 131 cases in Rantoul's 61866 ZIP code, 92 in Champaign's 61820 ... Recovered (271) now outnumber active (219) cases in Champaign County, a reversal from Wednesday ... Vermilion County reports 3 new cases, Ford 1 ... Statewide: 4,107 hospitalized, 1,088 in ICU, 609 on ventilators.
Locally, active cases (239) outnumber recovered ones (230), a rarity during the pandemic ... Douglas, Ford and Piatt counties report 1 new case each ... Foursomes and carts will be allowed to return to state golf courses starting later next week ... Illinois becomes third state to top 100,000 confirmed cases.
Today, in the first of two parts, we spotlight recipients in the category of undergraduate teaching, with comments provided by their nominators.