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[17], On February 7, the two Illinois cases were released from the hospital and began home isolation. This strategy included: From March 16 until May 6, American Airlines, which has a major hub at O'Hare International Airport in Chicago, suspended long haul international flights, reducing its international capacity by 75%. As of July 9, there have been 203 cases of COVID-19 among prison staff in the state, and 337 cases of COVID-19 among prisoners. [179][180], On April 8, Mayor Lightfoot placed a curfew on all liquor sales after 9:00 pm in the City of Chicago. 91 additional deaths brings Illinois’ total to 6,185. Services offered by the state government have also been affected. [144] Gov. The total number of cases in Illinois now stands at 1,072,214, with a total of 18,258 deaths, since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic. This crisis has spurred calls for Governor Pritzker to respond to the pandemic more aggressively. This order prohibits anyone other than city employees conducting public business from assembling, loitering or storing personal property at the municipal complex which included the city's public library, Lincoln Library and Howarth Plaza. [184], On May 26, Mayor Lightfoot announced that the city would spend $56 million from federal and state funds on a contact tracing program, including $11 million marked for a contractor to oversee the program. [50], On March 18, an increase of 128 new cases brought the total number of individuals infected to 288. [100], On July 3, the number of cumulative deaths passed 7,000. Carroll, Fayette, and Macon counties reported their first cases on this day. When Chicago Public Schools did not announce a closure, the Chicago Teachers Union demanded that the district close its schools immediately. [57] Work began on converting McCormick Place into an alternate care facility for 3,000 patients. The average daily case number in the week leading up to August was 1,475, while the average for the final week of the month was 2,003 cases. [6] As of September 25, 62 restaurants in Chicago closed due to the financial impact of COVID-19. 30 day (cases by change over time) Source: IDPH. a smart-phone app for test reporting and campus building access, a set of mathematical models of disease spread, a campus strategy of communications, facility management and cooperation with the, This page was last edited on 16 January 2021, at 07:37. [118] On November 19, the state recorded 14,612 new cases and 168 deaths, the second and third most since the pandemic began, respectively. The 3,673 COVID-19-related deaths in Illinois reported thus far in December are 25% more than the second-worst month of the pandemic, when 2,932 deaths were reported in May. On March 13, Governor Pritzker announced that all schools in Illinois would close for a period to begin the following Tuesday and last until the end of the month. Major League Baseball cancelled the remainder of spring training on March 12, and on March 16, they announced that the season will be postponed indefinitely, after the recommendations from the CDC to restrict events of more than 50 people for the next eight weeks, affecting the Chicago White Sox and Chicago Cubs. Number of deaths reported in this chart are the total number of deaths received and coded as of the date of analysis, and do not necessarily represent all deaths that occurred in that period. [235], On May 28, 2020, the PGA Tour announced that the John Deere Classic in Silvis would be cancelled for 2020.[236]. In the last 24 hours, 192 people died from COVID-19, officials said. November 2020. 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[187], On November 12, in anticipation of typical Thanksgiving travel and gatherings, Mayor Lightfoot announced a "Stay-at-Home Advisory" for the city, effective November 16, asking residents to "shake off COVID fatigue" and avoid inviting over extended family. Ford and Ogle counties reported their first confirmed cases. [178], On March 26, the City of Chicago closed parks, beaches, the 606 trail network, and the lakefront due to too many people gathering, with violators facing fines and possible arrest. Author wnijnews Posted on June 7, 2020 June 7, 2020 Format Image Post navigation. She said that, if the measures are ignored, the city would be "on track to lose 1,000 more Chicagoans by the end of the year or even more. This could be related to challenges in providing adequate care in nursing homes during the pandemic — deaths in nursing homes account for more than a third of the nation’s total coronavirus toll. Deaths were boosted to a … [51] Many students and staff members in various schools and colleges in Illinois also tested positive. [138] The Illinois Department of Natural Resources announced that all state sites, which include state parks, fish and wildlife areas, recreational areas, and historic sites would be closed until further notice. 10% of the 5,000 inmates were released as a cautionary measure, but the number of infections had risen to 134 by March 30. Discover more about the Suicide measure in Illinois from the America's Health Rankings 2020 Annual Report Their demands included a rent and mortgage holiday, a freeze on utility payments, increases in paid sick leave and hazard pay, an end to cash bonds[clarification needed]. The case was a woman in her 60s who had returned from a December 25 – January 13 visit to Wuhan, China, the place of origin of the outbreak, where she had frequently visited a hospitalized relative and other relatives with respiratory illnesses. Here's a guide to what's allowed", "Which Coronavirus Restrictions Are Being Added in Your Illinois County and When They Take Effect", "Pritzker orders tougher restrictions for Chicago starting Friday. [86], On April 9, Hancock, Pulaski, and Schuyler counties reported their first confirmed cases. 8)", "26 more coronavirus deaths in Illinois with Pritzker set to extend stay-at-home order through April", "Gov. Illinois Coronavirus Update June 12: 131,198 Cases, 6,260 Deaths - Across Illinois, IL - The United States now has more than 2 million confirmed coronavirus infections. The health department reported 97 additional deaths on Thursday, bringing the total number of deaths in Illinois to 10,030. The number of deaths attributed to the coronavirus in Illinois now stands at 6,185 with officials announcing 91 more deaths. [31] On March 10, Governor Pritzker announced eight new presumptive positive cases, two of which were the first cases outside of Cook County (in Kane and McHenry Counties). [93], On April 16 the number of positive cases of the coronavirus disease passed 25,000 with 1,140 new cases for a total of 25,733 cases. [85], On April 7, officials with IDPH announced that there were 73 deaths due to the coronavirus, which as of this date was the highest increase of deaths since the pandemic began within the state. [29], On March 9, four additional cases were announced in Cook County, bringing the state's total number of cases to eleven. [46] On March 16, the number of cases rose to 105, and Peoria and Will Counties confirmed their first cases. These cases brought Illinois's total number of cases to 19. [66][67][68] Northern Illinois University (NIU) announced that two students tested positive for COVID-19. At O'Hare Airport, travelers returning from Europe faced enhanced screening from U.S. Customs officials due to the federal travel ban put in place the day before. [120] Another 192 deaths were reported the following day, December 3, the second highest count since the pandemic began. The MCDH determined that providing access to the addresses of the patients with confirmed cases of COVID-19 would suffice both the request by police agencies and both patient privacy acts. This also included the Illinois State Museum and its branches which include the Research and Collections Center, Dickson Mounds Museum in Lewistown and the Lockport Gallery in Lockport. Gun violence deaths were not the only record-breaker for the year. [citation needed] With 551,957 total cases, Illinois officially passed New York to have the 4th most cases of any state. [173], On April 3, Alton Mayor Brant Walker provided his weekly address regarding COVID-19 via a video on the City of Alton's Facebook page. 12)", "Gov. On March 25, 330 more cases were announced along with three more deaths. [100], On May 4, the number of new daily cases peaked at 2,556 new daily cases. Northwestern University, University of Illinois at Chicago, and the Illinois Institute of Technology confirmed that individuals on campus had tested positive for the coronavirus. Many of them are most likely indirectly related to the virus and caused by disruptions from the pandemic, including strains on health care systems, inadequate access to supplies like ventilators or people avoiding hospitals for fear of exposure to the coronavirus. But not all of these deaths have been directly linked to Covid-19. [81], On April 2, Logan, Macoupin, Mercer, Moultrie, and Piatt counties all reported their first confirmed cases. [224], Over March and April, in response to the rise in coronavirus cases, the Illinois Department of Corrections (IDOC) released a number of prisoners early, looking to curb the impact of the pandemic on a vulnerable population. Deaths nationwide were 18 percent higher than normal from March 15, 2020, to Dec. 26, 2020. As of Friday night, 3,406 people in Illinois … Testing for COVID-19 disclosed the first case of infection on March 22 in Cook County Jail. Many of the higher than normal deaths from pneumonia are most likely Covid-19 deaths that were not identified as such, especially earlier in the pandemic when coronavirus tests were scarce. [10], As of December 30, 2020[update], Illinois has administered 129,192 COVID-19 vaccine doses, equivalent to 1.02% of the population. On November 25, Illinois surpassed 10 million total tests administered, with nearly 700,000 of them being positive. This could include those who have missed routine checkups or have had delays in receiving proper treatment for an ailment. Governor Pritzker announced statewide school closures beginning March 17 until March 30. On March 24, there were 250 more confirmed cases of the coronavirus and four deaths. Search Search . DeKalb County reported its first confirmed case. According to the Chicago Tribune, "The Illinois Department of Public Health said Friday there was significant slowdown in the agency's test reporting earlier this week that it is just catching up with." [39] Casinos statewide would close for fourteen days beginning on March 16. [196] On March 13 Governor Pritzker announced that all schools in the state would be closed between March 17 and 30, and later extended to at least April 8. 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B. Pritzker issued a disaster proclamation, the state's equivalent of a state of emergency, to respond to the crisis. The phases are: Phase 1 – Rapid Spread, Phase 2 – Flattening, Phase 3 – Recovery, Phase 4 – Revitalization, and Phase 5 – Illinois Restored. Covid Wasn’t the Only Culprit. Businesses with delivery and takeout options would still be able to serve. The mayor's statement regarding his wife was "I instructed the Police Chief to treat her as he would any citizen violating the 'Stay At Home' order and to ensure that she received no special treatment". While the pandemic took a heavy toll, COVID-19 is also being blamed for contributing to a record high number of deaths … Bon Jovi sent congratulations via Instagram.[60]. Deaths are included in the number of positive cases. The screenings led to long waits and overcrowded facilities in the airport, which both Governor Pritzker and Mayor Lightfoot harshly criticized as unsafe. Therefore, the thousands-digit comma can be thought of as the decimal point for viewing the data as a percentage of the population. Community transmission was not suspected until March 8, when a case with no connection to other cases or recent travel was confirmed. “A person who survived the pandemic may end up deteriorating over the next few years because of problems that happened during the pandemic,” he said. The agencies which requested this information are police departments of City of McHenry, Village of Algonquin, City of Woodstock, and the Village of Lake in the Hills as stated within the court order from the 22nd Judicial Circuit Court in McHenry County. [171][172] These patient records are protected with the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 along with State of Illinois' Medical Patient Rights Act. The $15 million project was paid for by FEMA and was scheduled for completion on April 30. For example, on Oct. 14, 2020, Johns Hopkins' data shows the United States to have a cumulative total of 2,403 confirmed cases / 100,000 people -- or 2.403% of the population of the United States. Each complaint is a class A misdemeanor charge that is punishable by up to 364 days in jail and/or a fine of $2,500. On November 5, Illinois recorded 97 deaths, the most deaths in a single day since June 4, pushing the total deaths past 10,000 to 10,030. 24, 2020, by age [98], On April 21, Hardin County announced its first confirmed case. theaters, parks, libraries, etc.) On March 25, the Illinois tax filling deadline was extended from April 15 to July 15. In total, there are now 15,078 cases in Illinois, including 462 deaths in 78 counties. [156], On September 21, 2020, Illinois passed the 5 million mark for the number of COVID-19 tests administered, to be the state with the third highest number of tests administered, behind New York and California. widespread and frequent testing using a rapid saliva test for the virus. [233] On March 16, the National Junior College Athletic Association canceled the remainder of the winter seasons as well as the spring seasons. Northwestern University extended its spring break by one week, after which classes would be held remotely rather than on campus. 12). Two of the new cases were family members of the classroom aide diagnosed on March 6; the two others included a California resident who traveled to Illinois, and a woman who had returned from an Egyptian cruise which was linked to many COVID-19 cases. B. Pritzker issued a disaster proclamation, the state's equivalent to a state of emergency, as four new cases were announced in the state. [42], On March 14, the total number of cases in Illinois rose to 66. On March 17, 60 members of the Illinois National Guard were activated to assist during the COVID-19 pandemic in Illinois for the anticipated need of medical staffing and logistic support. The map below shows the cumulative cases for each area as well as other analysis of the data. In Cook County, Illinois, the number of suicide deaths is already higher than for all of 2019. [174] On April 6, Alton Police were investigating a large gathering at Hiram's Tavern located in downtown Alton, which was in violation of the stay-at-home order. Additionally, Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot canceled the city's annual St. Patrick's Day parade and Chicago River dyeing in response to coronavirus. [182][183], On May 26, the City of Chicago created the Chicago PPE Market, built on Rheaply's Asset Exchange Manager, to connect Chicago's small businesses and nonprofits with city-approved personal protective equipment (PPE) suppliers. More than a quarter of deaths above normal have been from other causes, including diabetes, Alzheimer’s disease, high blood pressure and pneumonia, according to a New York Times analysis of estimates from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. At least 356,000 more people in the United States have died than usual since the coronavirus pandemic took hold in the country in the spring. [216] In Cook County, African Americans accounted for 58% of deaths while comprising 23% of the population. Lightfoot says she'll try to change his mind", "IHSA defies Gov. [228] Also on March 12, the National Basketball Association suspended the season for 30 days, affecting the Chicago Bulls. Also, 60 free days of internet for low income households. He was isolated at the same hospital as his wife. The woman's husband was diagnosed with the disease a few days later, the first known case of human-to-human transmission in the United States. Number of COVID-19 deaths of selected countries in APAC as of December 13, 2020 U.S. adults who feel COVID-19 is a significant crisis as of Mar. June 12, 2020 3:48 am. Pritzker's 'absurd' restrictions on in-person services", "Jesse White Announces Closure of All Driver Services Facilities Effective March 17 Through March 31", "Effective Immediately: Illinois Department of Natural Resources Closes All State Sites", "Illinois State Museum, Branches to Close Until Further Notice", "Jesse White Allows Notaries to Perform Duties Remotely Due to COVID-19 Pandemic", "EXECUTIVE ORDER IN RESPONSE TO COVID-19 (COVID-19 EXECUTIVE ORDER NO. [83], On April 4, there were an additional 1,453 new cases along with 33 deaths across the state. The magnitude of the excess deaths in 2020 makes clear that COVID-19 is much worse than influenza, even when compared to a bad flu year like 2017-18, when an estimated 61,000 people in … [35] The University of Illinois and Northern Illinois University took similar measures, adding that residence and dining halls would remain open. Note: P Deaths reported to the Michigan Vital Records office may be delayed by 7 days. [222], Data tracked through mid-May revealed disproportionality in the rates: statistics revealed that black people accounted for 25% of US deaths despite only making up about 13% of the US population; Hispanics made up 24% of deaths while only making up about 18.5% of the population; and white people accounted for 35% despite making up roughly 60% of the population. [219] On April 16, the Cook County government launched a dashboard with regularly updated information on coronavirus-related deaths, disaggregated by race. [193][194], On March 9, Loyola Academy in Wilmette canceled classes due to potential exposure of a student to the virus. [88], On April 11, McDonough, Perry and Warren counties reported their first cases. The CDC website indicates U.S. death totals for 2015 through 2020 for the first four months of the year average (Jan – Apr) to be at 921,603. New York City, an early epicenter of the pandemic, has seen pneumonia deaths reach about 50 percent above normal, more than double the percentage in the states with the highest rates. ... snapping an unprecedented 12-day streak of Illinois reporting 100 or more deaths. [35][36] In response to the growing pandemic, both Former Vice President Joe Biden and Senator Bernie Sanders canceled campaign rallies planned for Illinois. Illinois Secretary of State Jesse White announced that all driver services facilities throughout the state would be closed from March 17 through March 31. In several states, deaths attributed to diabetes are at least 20 percent above normal this year. On November 17, Governor Pritzker announced that, on November 20, all of Illinois will enter Tier 3 restrictions. Cases are … [75] The same day, Illinois Governor J.B. Pritzker announced that an infant in the city of Chicago died after testing positive for COVID-19. [227] Despite these measures, there were outbreaks of COVID-19 from March onwards, among both prisoners and staff. [126], During March, the state government announced a series of escalating measures to achieve social distancing. [135] On April 23, Governor Pritzker extended the statewide stay-at-home order through May 29 with some modifications. [237] The Chicago Marathon set to take place on October 11 was canceled due to public health concerns, following the cancelation of the New York City Marathon and Boston Marathon. The state took measures to halt the spread of the disease by closing all schools and colleges, ordering a stop to eviction enforcements, ordering all bars and restaurants closed to sit-in diners, and otherwise restricting large gatherings of people. The first ordinance allows the city manager the abilities to close any city facility in order to ensure the health and safety of city employees and the community, to enter into temporary agreements with bargaining units to ensure continuation of city services and to adjust personnel policies, designate areas for carry-out and curbside pickup from restaurants in the downtown area of the city, and to extend deadlines for licenses issued under the city code. [28] Additionally, a Missouri case connected to Illinois was confirmed; the patient had returned from Italy on a flight to O'Hare Airport, then took an Amtrak train to St. Louis, where she tested positive. 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