For some students in the Mahomet-Seymour district, the school will soon be out.
The order for the eight tents in the district has arrived, Superintendent Lindsey Hall said Monday, and plans are to be put out by the end of Tuesday for two outside each of the district’s four schools.
The news comes three days after families in the district learned that a Lincoln Trail Elementary teacher and a student at Middletown Prairie Elementary had tested positive for COVID-19.
As of Friday, they remain the only known active cases in the district. As many as 18 people remained until Friday due to contact with the student and teacher who tested positive.
The number of recovered cases in Champaign County rose to 463 by Monday night – presumably after UI students tested positive for COVID-19 last month.
The CU Public Health District reported 492 active and 2,361 recovered cases countywide on Monday.
Meanwhile, 12,886 new tests in the county, 67 positive Monday, returned at a 0.5 percent rate.
Champaign County’s seven-day positivity rate fell from 0.8 to 0.7 percent.
Three were hospitalized for the third straight day while the total number of tests is close to 300,000 (299,792).
According to data from the CU Public Health District, there is an updated rundown of county zip codes with active cases.
- 61820 / Champagne: 363 active (down from 272 on Sunday), 1,082 total (53 up)
- 61801 / Urbana: 43 active (51 down from Sunday), 240 total (six up)
- 61821 / Champagne: 16 active (18 years from Sunday), 354 total (one up)
- 61873 / st. Joseph: 15 active (7 down since Sunday), 51 total (unchanged)
- 61822 / Champagne: 13 active (Sunday to 19 years), 218 total (unchanged)
- 61,802 / Urbana: 11 active (7 down from Sunday), 274 total (one up)
- 61853 / Mahomet: 7 active (4 down from Sunday), 112 total (one up)
- 61,874 / Savoy: 6 active (7 down from Sunday), 82 total (one up)
- 61866 / Rantoul: 5 active (7 below Sunday), 282 total (three up)
- 61880 / Tolono: 4 active (1 down from Sunday), 43 total (unchanged)
- 61,843 / fisher: 2 active (unchanged from Sunday), 32 total (unchanged)
- 61,845 / Foosland: 2 active (unchanged Sunday), 10 total (unchanged)
- 61,863 / Pesotum: 2 active (1 down from Sunday), 10 total (unchanged)
- 61878 / Thomasboro: 2 active (unchanged from Sunday), 8 total (unchanged)
- 61,877 / Sydney: 1 active (unchanged from Sunday), 16 total (unchanged)
- 61,847 / Gifford: 1 active (unchanged from Sunday), 8 total (unchanged)
- 61859 / Ogden: 1 active (unchanged from Sunday), 5 total (one)
- 61864 / Philo: 0 active (unchanged from Sunday), 11 total (unchanged)
- 61,875 / Seymour: 0 active (unchanged from Sunday), 6 total (unchanged)
- 61849 / Homer: 0 active (one down from Sunday), 6 total (unchanged)
- 60,949 / Ludlow: 0 active (unchanged from Sunday), 6 total (unchanged)
- 61,840 / Davey: 0 active (unchanged from Sunday), 5 total (unchanged)
- 61,871 / Royal: 0 active (unchanged from Sunday), 5 total (unchanged)
- 61,872 / Sadorus: 0 active (unchanged from Sunday), 3 total (unchanged)
- 61,816 / Broadlands: 0 active (unchanged from Sunday), 1 total (unchanged)
- 61,851 / Ivesdale: 0 active (unchanged from Sunday), 1 total (unchanged)
- 61,862 / Penfield: 0 active (unchanged from Sunday), 1 total (unchanged)
According to CUPHD data, there is an updated breakdown of county cases confirmed by age group:
- 11 to 20: 966 cases (from Sunday to 42); 28.2 percent of all tests in Champaign County
- 21 to 30: 736 cases (from Sunday to 17); 30.7 percent test
- 31 to 40: 369 cases (from Sunday to 2); 11.7 percent test
- 41 to 50: 259 cases (1 to Sunday); 9.4 percent test
- 51 to 60: 209 cases (from Sunday to 3); 8.7 percent test
- 10 and below: 133 cases (from Sunday to 2); 1.9 percent test
- 61 to 70: 107 cases (unchanged from Sunday); 5.5 percent test
- 71 to 80: 51 cases (unchanged from Sunday); 2.2 percent test
- 81 to 90: 32 cases (unchanged from Sunday); 1.1 percent test
- 91 to 100: 11 cases (unchanged from Sunday); 0.4 percent test
Residents in their 20s and 70s became the 370 and 371st new cases on Monday in Vermillion County.
With two cases moved into the recovered / released column on Monday, the county has 57 active cases.
Four residents have been hospitalized with COVID-19, Vermillion County Health Department Administrator Doug Toal said.
Steve hoffman, Editor of Community Media Group Piatt County Journal-Republican, Report:
Piatt County Transportation has announced that a driver has tested positive for COVID-19.
The employee last worked on Wednesday, and was tested on Saturday after experiencing mild symptoms.
“We are confident that all protocols for PPE were followed, so there is minimal risk to our riders and crews,” said Jami Tribom, director of PITTRAN. “We have reached someone who is riding with that driver on Tuesday or Wednesday.”
She said the driver is not a resident of Piatt County.
PIATTRAN drivers are wearing masks, and social security requirements have been observed on buses since the outbreak of COVID-19.
The service will continue to operate, but “out of an abundance of caution”, Tribom said, with rides scheduled for Tuesday for those in high-risk health categories being canceled.
“Rest assured that if the situation should change, we will try our best to update you. It is our goal to be as transparent as possible with any health or safety concerns.
Questions can be referred to from Trybom at [email protected] or by calling 217-762-7821.
Of the 28,975 new tests statewide, 1,381 returned positive on Monday, a 4.8 percent rate.
The state’s seven-day positivity rate has now risen to 4.2 percent on the day it exceeded the 250,000 mark for total confirmed cases (250,961).
The Illinois Department of Public Health also reported eight lives lost to COVID-19 on Monday:
- Coles County: 1 male from 70
- Cook County: 1 male 50s, 1 male 60s, 1 male 70s
- DuPage County: 1 male from 70
- Jefferson County: 1 male 90s
- LaSalle County: 1 woman from 80
- Perry County: 1 female 90s
According to new data provided by the University of Illinois, the campus received 88 new cases out of 14,841 trials on Thursday.
To sum up the Labor Day weekend totals so far, the seven-day positivity rate on campus was 1.1 percent.
Ever since the students started moving from August 16, there have been 1,420 new cases.
Since classes began on August 24, 1,138 new cases have been reported.
According to the UI’s COVID-19 dashboard, there is a breakdown of new, unique cases by day:
- 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
Piatt County Journal-Republican Report Steve hoffman:
Students at Cerro Gordo High School are being taken for distance learning until at least September 21, after seven people tested positive for COVID-19 from Thursday. Four cases were reported on Thursday and Friday, with three others over the weekend.
In-learning learning will continue in elementary and junior high schools.
“We are committed to providing a safe and healthy environment for your child and our staff. To accomplish this, when you are out in public, we need everyone’s help: please wear masks, social distance, and wash or clean your hands often, “the district posted on its website and social Posted on media on Sunday.
“Thank you for our understanding and ongoing collaboration with our COVID prevention policies and procedures as we work to help protect your children, your families and our employees and their families,” the announcement continued.
The release also said that the district would “continue our ongoing surveillance of students and staff for signs and symptoms of the disease and evaluate the disease report to quickly identify potential outbreaks.” Our custodial staff will continue to deeply clean and disinfect areas affected by possible exposure to the COVID-19 virus. ”
Coordinate their efforts with the DeWitt-Piatt Bi-County Health Department to identify individuals who have had recent contact with COVID-19 positive individuals to prevent further spread of the virus within the school district, community, and community Used to be.