Illinois

Overview

Total IL Vaccinations Administered

Total
3,341,021
March 6
+136,607

New IL Cases

March 6
+2,558
Trend
Flat

New IL Deaths

March 6
+56
Trend
Flat

Total IL Cases

Confirmed cases
1,197,187
Deaths
23,003

Tests in IL

Positive-Test Rate
2.2%

County Trends: Cases

Rising
12
Falling
51
Flat
39

Total County Cases

>10,000 1,001-10,000 101-1,000 11-100 1-10 0

By County

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More than 50% increase in 7-day average of new cases, compared with one week ago
10-50% increase in 7-day average of new cases, compared with one week ago
County Cases New cases yesterday Deaths
Cook 478,498 1,117 9,447
DuPage 77,796 290 1,205
Will 65,821 260 912
Lake 60,112 140 933
Kane 51,199 81 723
St. Clair 25,714 65 471
McHenry 24,644 64 266
Madison 28,231 45 464
Rock Island 13,169 29 287
Kendall 11,195 26 87
LaSalle 10,910 26 222
McLean 14,732 25 160
Champaign 18,265 24 128
Tazewell 13,651 24 241
Sangamon 16,266 23 223
Peoria 17,002 19 266
Grundy 5,204 19 63
Kankakee 12,594 18 190
Winnebago 28,447 17 444
Vermilion 8,635 17 119
Ogle 5,070 16 75
Coles 5,253 14 92
Fulton 2,894 13 46
Macon 9,520 12 186
DeKalb 8,364 10 115
Henry 4,356 10 58
Lee 3,381 9 43
Macoupin 4,379 7 80
Livingston 4,259 7 78
Woodford 3,705 7 60
Bureau 3,331 7 77
Saline 2,335 7 48
Shelby 2,159 7 34
Monroe 4,090 6 87
Montgomery 3,542 6 70
Whiteside 5,952 5 150
Jackson 4,620 5 60
Douglas 2,474 5 33
Hamilton 796 5 15
Boone 5,940 4 71
Marion 4,276 4 113
Stephenson 4,115 4 76
Christian 3,330 4 69
Ford 1,602 4 46
Williamson 6,861 3 121
Effingham 4,504 3 69
Jefferson 3,997 3 117
Perry 3,071 3 57
Hancock 1,685 3 30
Greene 1,386 3 32
Piatt 1,342 3 14
Cumberland 1,204 3 18
Wayne 1,690 2 49
Edgar 1,555 2 38
Mercer 1,289 2 33
Mason 1,288 2 41
Marshall 847 2 15
Adams 8,036 1 114
Knox 5,023 1 133
Randolph 3,981 1 80
Morgan 3,613 1 77
Logan 3,314 1 54
McDonough 2,338 1 40
Union 2,207 1 38
Bond 1,917 1 24
Cass 1,896 1 22
Clark 1,689 1 31
Warren 1,666 1 44
Jo Daviess 1,615 1 22
White 1,615 1 25
Carroll 1,581 1 35
Moultrie 1,503 1 24
Clay 1,436 1 42
De Witt 1,284 1 22
Massac 1,282 1 34
Jasper 1,113 1 17
Brown 666 1 6
Putnam 422 1 3
Fayette 3,070 0 52
Iroquois 2,788 0 62
Jersey 2,499 0 47
Lawrence 2,319 0 24
Crawford 2,013 0 24
Richland 1,636 0 38
Washington 1,587 0 24
Johnson 1,353 0 12
Wabash 1,305 0 12
Menard 1,042 0 8
Schuyler 682 0 5
Pulaski 671 0 6
Stark 544 0 23
Edwards 528 0 10
Henderson 504 0 14
Calhoun 482 0 2
Alexander 453 0 9
Scott 449 0 1
Gallatin 438 0 4
Hardin 346 0 12
Pope 284 0 3
Clinton 5,581 -1 89
Franklin 4,164 -1 66
Pike 1,700 -2 50

Timeline: The Race to Vaccinate

The White House has urged states to immunize people 65 and older as Biden aims for 100 million shots in his first 100 days.

UPDATES
2/28/2021
Single-dose Covid vaccine recommended by CDC advisory panel
2/27/2021
FDA authorizes one-shot Johnson & Johnson Covid-19 vaccine
2/27/2021
FDA panel endorses Johnson & Johnson vaccine in 22-0 vote
2/25/2021
Biden marked the administration of the 50 million dose of Covid-19 vaccine since his swearing-in
2/24/2021
FDA confirms safety and effectiveness of Johnson & Johnson single-shot vaccine
2/20/2021
Pfizer commits to doubling vaccine supply in response to President Biden’s call for a quicker rollout
2/19/2021
'Vaccines are safe': Biden urges Americans to get vaccinated after touring Michigan Pfizer plant
2/19/2021
Pfizer says vaccine can be stored at higher temperatures, making distribution easier
2/16/2021
States to receive biggest boost yet in vaccine doses, White House says
2/11/2021
Biden says US will have enough doses to vaccinate every American by July

Coronavirus News

  • Sources: Johns Hopkins CSSE, The COVID Tracking Project, and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
  • Disclaimer: This data changes rapidly, so what’s shown may be out of date. Table totals may not always represent an accurate sum.
  • †SmartNews is no longer displaying U.S. “recovered” data due to the lack of uniform reporting from state health departments.