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Illinois

Overview

Total IL Vaccinations Administered

Total
9,748,918
May 5
+43,906

New IL Cases

May 5
+2,419
Trend
Flat

New IL Deaths

May 5
+33
Trend
Flat

Total IL Cases

Confirmed cases
1,348,067
Deaths
24,483

Tests in IL

Positive-Test Rate
2.3%

County Trends: Cases

Rising
28
Falling
28
Flat
46

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 539,645 910 10,020
DuPage 89,618 162 1,273
Will 74,655 131 985
Kane 57,744 102 769
Winnebago 32,697 93 470
Lake 66,536 80 979
Peoria 22,783 58 299
McHenry 28,259 54 285
Sangamon 18,530 54 235
McLean 17,897 52 178
Champaign 20,435 50 144
Tazewell 16,744 42 278
Vermilion 9,422 42 131
LaSalle 12,369 41 240
Kankakee 14,007 31 208
Kendall 12,862 27 91
St. Clair 27,693 26 511
Madison 30,314 25 518
Macon 10,624 23 196
Adams 8,374 21 122
Ogle 6,047 21 81
Jackson 4,979 21 64
Woodford 4,682 21 75
Fulton 3,862 21 52
Rock Island 14,763 19 307
DeKalb 9,759 19 119
Williamson 7,362 16 128
Grundy 5,824 14 73
De Witt 1,470 14 24
Whiteside 7,115 12 170
Franklin 4,420 11 73
Livingston 4,771 10 84
Coles 5,653 9 94
Logan 3,829 8 57
Iroquois 2,977 8 66
Mason 1,488 8 45
Marshall 1,043 8 18
Knox 5,495 7 139
Henry 4,898 7 63
Macoupin 4,669 7 81
Montgomery 3,697 7 73
McDonough 2,792 7 46
Piatt 1,470 7 14
Boone 6,629 6 71
Stephenson 4,690 6 81
Lee 4,120 6 52
Bureau 3,677 6 82
Shelby 2,283 6 37
Ford 1,761 6 46
Jefferson 4,251 5 119
Morgan 3,850 5 81
Christian 3,630 5 73
Mercer 1,448 5 33
Schuyler 740 5 5
Marion 4,453 4 115
Warren 1,785 4 46
Menard 1,220 4 12
Clinton 5,746 3 90
Effingham 4,713 3 72
Perry 3,147 3 60
Lawrence 2,402 3 25
Bond 2,022 3 24
Clark 1,784 3 32
Edgar 1,686 3 39
Douglas 2,578 2 35
Union 2,247 2 40
Wayne 1,762 2 52
Carroll 1,740 2 36
Richland 1,739 2 40
Johnson 1,418 2 14
Putnam 476 2 3
Monroe 4,350 1 92
Randolph 4,124 1 84
Fayette 3,163 1 55
Jersey 2,685 1 49
Saline 2,557 1 53
Crawford 2,111 1 26
Jo Daviess 1,801 1 24
White 1,690 1 26
Jasper 1,149 1 18
Hamilton 830 1 15
Stark 632 1 23
Edwards 568 1 12
Calhoun 516 1 2
Scott 478 1 1
Cass 1,977 0 24
Pike 1,784 0 52
Hancock 1,744 0 31
Washington 1,636 0 25
Clay 1,478 0 43
Greene 1,432 0 33
Wabash 1,344 0 12
Massac 1,331 0 40
Cumberland 1,288 0 19
Brown 701 0 6
Pulaski 683 0 7
Alexander 465 0 11
Gallatin 457 0 4
Hardin 383 0 12
Pope 314 0 4
Moultrie 1,597 -1 26
Henderson 524 -1 14

Timeline: The Race to Vaccinate

FDA, CDC recommend pausing use of Johnson & Johnson vaccine after reports of rare but severe blood clots.

UPDATES
4/13/2021
U.S. plans to pause Johnson & Johnson vaccine rollout, citing rare blood clots
4/9/2021
White House rebuffs call to send more vaccine doses to certain states
4/9/2021
Two vaccine sites close after adverse reactions to Johnson & Johnson shot
CBS
4/9/2021
Of more than 700,000 fully vaccinated Oregonians, 168 tested positive for COVID and 3 died
3/25/2021
California to open vaccinations to everyone 16 and older
3/23/2021
Texas opens COVID-19 vaccine to everyone 16 and older on March 29
3/22/2021
Tennessee to expand vaccine eligibility to younger residents
3/18/2021
With the U.S. closing in on the goal of injecting 100 million vaccinations weeks ahead of Biden's target date, the White House announced U.S. in position to help supply neighbors Canada and Mexico with millions of lifesaving shots
3/18/2021
EU regulator finds AstraZeneca vaccine ‘safe and effective’ after 13 countries suspended its use
BBC
3/15/2021
Germany, Italy, France to halt AstraZeneca shots, further hitting EU vaccination campaign

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.