The seven-day positivity rate on the campus continues downward, going from 0.9 to 0.7 percent on Fridays after Wednesday and Thursday numbers.
Out of 11,993 new tests on Wednesday, 47 came positive, at a rate of 0.4 percent.
On Thursday, 34 out of 6,626 new tests came out positive, at a rate of 0.5 percent.
They are the lowest positivity rate on back-to-back days on campus since August 27–28, when the UI had 0.4 consecutive days.
Since August 24, when classes started, 1,547 unique cases of COVID-19 occurred on campus.
Since August 16, when the move closed in the week, 1,829 cases have been reported.
According to the UI’s COVID-19 dashboard, students have had a daily breakdown of tests and unique cases since they began reporting on campus in mid-August:
- Thursday, September 10: 6,626 new tests, 34 new cases
- Wednesday, September 9: 11,993 new tests, 47 new cases
- Tuesday, September 8: 11,621 new tests, 81 new cases
- Monday, September 7: 6,299 new tests, 69 new cases
- Sunday, September 6: 2,987 new tests, 37 new cases
- Saturday, September 5: 2,609 new tests, 37 new cases
- Friday, September 4: 14,204 new tests, 104 new cases
- Thursday, September 3: 14,841 new tests, 88 new cases
- Wednesday, September 2: 7,089 new tests, 120 new cases
- Tuesday, September 1: 14,367 new tests, 199 new cases
- Monday, August 31: 17,227 new tests, 230 new cases
- Sunday, August 30: 3,640 new tests, 104 new cases
- Saturday, August 29: 2,895 new tests, 50 new cases
- Friday, August 28: 15,030 new tests, 65 new cases
- Thursday, August 27: 15,123 new tests, 60 new cases
- Wednesday, August 26: 6,812 new tests, 54 new cases
- Tuesday, August 25: 15,850 new tests, 89 new cases
- Monday, August 24: 17,656 new tests, 79 new cases
- Sunday, August 23: 4,474 new trials, 53 new cases.
- Saturday, August 22: 3,326 new tests, 43 new cases
- Friday, August 21: 10,877 new tests, 54 new cases
- Thursday, August 20: 10,742 new tests, 52 new cases
- Wednesday, August 19: 6,300 new tests, 29 new cases
- Tuesday, August 18: 6,162 new tests, 20 new cases
- Monday, August 17: 9,064 new tests, 24 new cases
- Sunday, August 16: 2,453 new tests, 7 new cases
After registering four positive tests for COVID-19 this week, the Blue Ridge School District will transfer to all distance education from at least 25 September. Piatt County Journal-Republican Editor Steve Hoffman Report.
Blue Ridge becomes the first entire district in the region to transfer to all-distance education; In the last three weeks, similar action was taken at two high schools, Cerro Gordo and Salt Fork.
Positive tests included two staff members, a student at Schneider Elementary and a student at Blue Ridge High School.
“We coordinate our efforts with the DeWitt / Piatt Bi-County Health Department to identify and monitor individuals who have recently contacted COVID-19 to prevent further spread in our schools and the community. Are, ”said Superintendent Hilton Stanifer. “We are following the guidance of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention as well as state and local health departments for best practices and procedures to protect the health of all.”
Monday will be a remote planning day for employees who are not given to students who attend two days per week. Distance instruction for all students will start from the next day.
Staff members and students who were in close contact with COVID-19 cases will be in quarantine for 14 days. There is also a plan for deep cleaning of district buildings.
The number of new cases in Ford County increased to 125 from five Fridays.
According to the county health department, 19 are classified as active and one resident is hospitalized.
The age group of 20 to 29 has the highest number of cases (22), followed by 30 to 39 (19).
Vermillion was among 30 statewide counties included on the COVID-19 warning level list on Friday, the Illinois Department of Public Health announced.
County metrics are evaluated every Friday; Any county with two or more risk indicators defined by the state is added.
According to IDPH, concern in Vermillion:
– New cases per 100,000: Sindoor is at 96, much higher than the target rate of 50 or less.
– Emergency department visit for diseases like COVID-19: The number of vermilion increased by 1.5 percent in the last week; The target is “low or stable” over seven days.
“This is a warning and an opportunity for us to remind and encourage businesses and residents to be thoughtful,” said Doug Toll, Public Health Administrator for Vermillion County. “Even if we remain on the warning list, and other counties in our region do, even then, states may temporarily tighten some guidelines to help us with social disturbances and help us return to low-risk situations . ”
30 counties at an alert level:
- The bond
- Suryakant Mani
- St. Clair
Although the reasons for counties reach alert levels vary, some common factors include: increase and outbreak of cases from college parties, weddings, large gatherings, bars and clubs, long-term care facilities and other different settings, travel Are attached. In neighboring states, and spread among members of the same household who do not separate at home.
Later, on Friday, Toll announced there were 13 new cases in the county, including one child, pushing its total to 418. Contracting the virus: four residents in their 20s, four in their 50s and two in their 70s, as well as one person each in their 30s and 60s.
Three of the new cases are in the same family, two others are in another family, and one recently traveled to a theme park, Toll said.
Only one in 738 Champaign County residents with active cases of COVID-19 are hospitalized.
(As Deb Presse reported on Thursday, this does not mean that local hospitals have just one COVID patient – Carley, who hails from a 41-county area, had 20 patients at his hospital in Urbana this week).
In the last two days in Champcon County, there were 22,293 new tests, 356 came positive, a 1.6 percent rate, CU Public Health Friday.
The county’s seven-day positivity rate is 1.0 percent, slightly above Wednesday’s 0.7 percent, but well above the state’s 3.9 percent rate.
Other numbers of notes from Friday’s case data, which span two days as CUPHD prioritized the investigation of the case on Thursday, and did not comment:
- Of 356 New cases, 304 of the two zip codes of Campsown included residents – 61820 (up to 255) and 61801 (49).
- Is of 738 Active case, 601 are from those two zip codes.
- Active case Increased to 108 from Wednesday.
- Recovered cases There were 248 (up to 2,662).
- a 28th County Zip Code On Friday, confirmation was added to the list of cases – Allerton’s 61810, which caters to both champions and Vermillion counties.
- During the epidemic, 347,668 testing Has now produced 3,420 The affairs. Coronavirus related numbers The deaths 20 lives.
According to data from the CU Public Health District, there is an updated rundown of county zip codes with active cases. (Note that the changes cover the value of the data for two days, as none of the cases were updated on Thursday).
- 61820 / Champagne: 521 active (58 from Wednesday), 1,482 total (up from 255)
- 61801 / Urbana: 80 active (Wednesday to 20), 310 total (49 up)
- 61822 / Champagne: 26 active (Wednesday to eight), 236 total (13 up)
- 61821 / Champagne: 22 active (four from Wednesday), 368 total (10 up)
- 61,802 / Urbana: 19 active (five from Wednesday), 285 total (up from seven)
- 61873 / st. Joseph: 15 active (two down from Wednesday), 57 total (three up)
- 61853 / Mahomet: 12 active (three from Wednesday), 118 total (four up)
- 61,874 / Savoy: 12 active (four from Wednesday), 88 total (four up)
- 61866 / Rantoul: 8 active (one from Wednesday), 285 total (one up)
- 61880 / Tolono: 7 active (one from Wednesday), 46 total (one up)
- 61,863 / Pesotum: 3 active (one from Wednesday), 12 total (two up)
- 61878 / Thomasboro: 3 active (one from Wednesday), 9 total (one up)
- 61,877 / Sydney: 2 active (one from Wednesday), 17 total (one up)
- 61859 / Ogden: 2 active (one from Wednesday), 6 total (one up)
- 61,843 / fisher: 1 active (one down from Wednesday), 33 total (one up)
- 61864 / Philo: 1 active (one from Wednesday), 12 total (one up)
- 61,847 / Gifford: 1 active (unchanged from Wednesday), 8 total (unchanged)
- 61,872 / Sadorus: 1 active (unchanged from Wednesday), 4 total (unchanged)
- 61,810 / Allerton: 1 active (one from Wednesday), 1 total (one up)
- 61,845 / Foosland: 0 active (unchanged from Wednesday), 10 total (unchanged)
- 61,875 / Seymour: 0 active (unchanged from Wednesday), 6 total (unchanged)
- 61849 / Homer: 0 active (unchanged from Wednesday), 6 total (unchanged)
- 60,949 / Ludlow: 0 active (unchanged from Wednesday), 6 total (unchanged)
- 61,840 / Davey: 0 active (unchanged from Wednesday), 5 total (unchanged)
- 61,871 / Royal: 0 active (unchanged from Wednesday), 5 total (unchanged)
- 61,816 / Broadlands: 0 active (unchanged from Wednesday), 1 total (unchanged)
- 61,851 / Ivesdale: 0 active (unchanged from Wednesday), 1 total (unchanged)
- 61,862 / Penfield: 0 active (unchanged from Wednesday), 1 total (unchanged)
According to CUPHD data, there is an updated breakdown of county cases confirmed by age group:
- 11 to 20: 1,331 cases (Wednesday to 231); 30.1 percent of all trials in Champaign County
- 21 to 30: 870 cases (from Wednesday to 98); 31.2 percent test
- 31 to 40: 381 cases (from Wednesday to nine); 11.1 percent test
- 41 to 50: 271 cases (from Wednesday to eight); 8.9 percent test
- 51 to 60: 220 cases (from Wednesday to six); 8.2 percent test
- 10 and below: 136 cases (from Wednesday to two); 1.8 percent test
- 61 to 70: 114 cases (from Wednesday to two); 5.1 percent test
- 71 to 80: 54 cases (one from Wednesday); 2.1 percent test
- 81 to 90: 32 cases (unchanged from Wednesday); 1.0 percent test
- 91 to 100: 11 cases (unchanged from Wednesday); 0.4 percent test
Of the 56,661 new tests statewide, 2,145 came back on Friday, at a rate of 3.8 percent.
The state’s seven-day positivity rate was slightly higher from 3.8 to 3.9 percent.
The Illinois Department of Public Health reported 32 deaths on Friday in COVID-19:
- Coles County: 1 male 80s
- Cook County: 1 female 50s, 1 male 60s, 2 women 70s, 4 women 80s, 1 woman 90s
- DuPage County: 1 female 60s, 1 female 70s, 1 male 70s, 1 male 80s
- Green County: 1 male to 60
- Jersey County: 1 woman from 80
- Kane County: 1 woman 60s, 1 woman 90s
- Lake County: 1 male from 70
- Macon County: 1 female 90s
- Madison County: 1 woman 70s, 1 woman 90s
- Peoria County: 1 female 90s
- Rock Island County: 1 woman from 80
- St. Clair County: 1 male 70s, 1 male 90s
- Tazewell County: 1 woman from 70
- Wayne County: 1 woman from 70
- Will County: 1 woman 70s, 1 woman 90s
- Williamson County: 1 female 70s, 1 male 80s
Epidemic totals, according to IDPH: 4,632,382 trials, 257,788 cases, 8,273 deaths.