COVID-19 numbers: April 3

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COVID-19 numbers: April 3

April 04, 2021 - 00:39
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Vaccination progress (full doses):

South District Suburban Region State
11.9% 14.4% 18.23%

Region 10 (includes H-F)

Positive test rate: 4.9% ↑
Consecutive days under 8% test positivity: 73

Consecutive days ICU beds over 20% threshold: 92

Days of COVID-19 patient decreases or stable: 187

(Source: IDPH. Updated March 31)

Homewood

Cases: 1,537 (+5)
(since the pandemic began)
Deaths: 51
Case rate: 79.54 per 1,000 people
Case trend: +139% 
(past 2 weeks compared to previous 2 weeks)

Flossmoor

Cases: 726 (+4) 
(since the pandemic began)
Deaths: 15 (+1)
Case rate: 76.71 per 1,000 people
Case trend: +380%
(past 2 weeks compared to previous 2 weeks)

Source: Cook County Department of Public Health (Updated April 2)

Suburban Cook County

Cases: 224,708
Deaths: 4,115
671,139 (People with at least 1 vaccine dose)
327,749 (People who have completed vaccine series)
29.5% (Percentage of population with at least 1 dose)
14.4% (Percentage of population fully vaccinated)
Source: Cook County Public Health (Updated April 2)

Cook County

Cases: 499,429
Deaths: 9,672
Source: Johns Hopkins University & Medical Center Coronavirus Resource Center (Updated April 2)

Illinois

New cases today: 2,839  
New deaths today: 13 
Vaccination (percent of state population): 18.23%
Total vaccine doses received: 7,784,215
Total vaccine doses administered: 6,188,607
7-day rolling average of doses administered: 108,811

New tests today: 62,694 
Positive test rate: 3.8% 
Total cases: 1,254,185 
Total deaths: 21,361 
Recovery rate: 98%

(Source: IDPH. Updated April 3)

This graph shows the state's progress in receiving and administering COVID-19 vaccines. The scale on the right is the measure of vaccine doses received. The scale on the left is the measure of doses administered and the seven-day rolling average of administered doses.

This graph shows trends in cases (the dark line) and deaths (the gold bars) in Illinois since the beginning of the year. The two reports are at different scales but show the trajectories in each category. The scale for cases (thousands) is on the right. The scale for deaths (hundreds) is on the left.

This graph shows state hospitalizations (the blue line), the number of people in intensive care units (ICU, the yellow bars) and the number of people on ventilators (green bars) since the beginning of the year.