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Coronavirus updates, March 2, 2021

Last updated:  1 day 3 hours ago
475K

Confirmed cases

839K

Estimated cases

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9,4K

Deaths

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+1 577 yesterday
1,2M

Confirmed cases

Estimated for the end of the day: 1,2M
2M

Estimated cases

0
74K

Recovered

+44 yesterday
23K

Deaths

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All deaths New deaths
+57 485 yesterday
29,5M

Confirmed cases

Estimated for the end of the day: 29,4M
47,5M

Estimated cases

0
0 yesterday
20M

Recovered

+2 052 yesterday
531K

Deaths

All confirmed cases New confirmed cases
All recovered New recovered
All deaths New deaths
+372 515 yesterday
115,7M

Confirmed cases

Estimated for the end of the day: 115,4M
229,5M

Estimated cases

0
0 yesterday
91,5M

Recovered

+9 553 yesterday
2,6M

Deaths

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All recovered New recovered
All deaths New deaths
About this data

Data sources: Johns Hopkins University CSSE reports; state and national government health departments, and local media reports.

Confirmed cases - include presumptive positive cases.

Estimated cases - the unofficial number of infected people.

Active cases = total confirmed - total recovered - total deaths.

Estimated for the end of the day - assumptions about the number of infected people for the end of the current day.

The counties in the Illinois state with the highest number of COVID-19 cases

Region Confirmed cases Deaths Cases/100k pop.
DuPage County 77 025 1 198 8 400
Will County 65 201 895 9 623
Lake County 59 682 924 8 484
Kane County 50 879 719 9 874
Winnebago County 28 357 440 9 604
Madison County 28 063 455 10 421
St. Clair County 25 526 468 9 452
McHenry County 24 404 265 7 904
Champaign County 18 154 126 9 028
Peoria County 16 928 262 9 077
Sangamon County 16 170 218 8 189
McLean County 14 633 158 8 629
Tazewell County 13 567 240 10 020
Rock Island County 13 083 286 8 867
Kankakee County 12 518 189 11 034
Kendall County 11 095 86 9 670
LaSalle County 10 823 219 9 500
Macon County 9 469 185 8 548
Vermilion County 8 586 118 10 519
DeKalb County 8 284 112 7 878
Adams County 8 011 114 11 938
Williamson County 6 816 121 10 272
Whiteside County 5 931 147 10 139
Boone County 5 926 71 10 941
Clinton County 5 575 89 14 764
Coles County 5 213 91 9 676
Grundy County 5 147 63 10 281
Ogle County 5 025 73 9 393
Knox County 5 019 132 9 484
Jackson County 4 618 60 7 669
Effingham County 4 498 69 13 136
Macoupin County 4 360 79 9 128
Henry County 4 334 57 8 585
Marion County 4 262 111 10 807
Livingston County 4 225 77 10 847
Franklin County 4 150 66 10 490
Stephenson County 4 098 75 8 589
Monroe County 4 071 83 12 352
Jefferson County 3 980 116 10 251
Randolph County 3 963 78 11 838
Woodford County 3 682 60 9 523
Morgan County 3 596 76 10 116
Montgomery County 3 511 68 11 663
Lee County 3 362 43 9 331
Bureau County 3 315 73 9 477
Christian County 3 315 68 9 526
Logan County 3 309 53 10 919
Fayette County 3 064 52 13 839
Perry County 3 060 57 13 691
Fulton County 2 861 44 7 718
Iroquois County 2 778 61 9 348
Jersey County 2 497 47 10 864
Douglas County 2 461 33 12 317
McDonough County 2 328 40 7 138
Saline County 2 307 47 9 260
Lawrence County 2 301 24 13 670
Union County 2 191 38 12 303
Shelby County 2 143 34 9 583
Crawford County 2 011 23 10 148
Bond County 1 912 24 10 761
Cass County 1 892 22 13 869
Pike County 1 693 50 10 304
Clark County 1 687 30 10 328
Wayne County 1 682 49 10 036
Hancock County 1 676 29 8 773
Warren County 1 664 44 9 397
Richland County 1 635 38 10 072
White County 1 612 25 10 992
Jo Daviess County 1 606 22 7 078
Ford County 1 591 45 11 299
Washington County 1 586 23 10 777
Carroll County 1 578 34 10 255
Edgar County 1 547 37 8 328
Moultrie County 1 497 24 10 084
Clay County 1 430 42 10 351
Greene County 1 379 32 9 931
Johnson County 1 347 12 10 706
Piatt County 1 330 14 7 950
Wabash County 1 301 12 10 890
Mason County 1 286 41 8 769
De Witt County 1 282 22 7 741
Mercer County 1 280 33 7 789
Massac County 1 274 33 8 257
Cumberland County 1 194 18 10 807
Jasper County 1 110 17 11 446
Menard County 1 038 8 8 170
Marshall County 841 15 6 653
Hamilton County 788 15 9 318
Schuyler County 677 5 8 974
Pulaski County 670 6 10 875
Brown County 666 6 9 601
Stark County 541 22 9 026
Edwards County 524 10 7 796
Henderson County 498 14 6 793
Calhoun County 479 2 9 412
Alexander County 450 9 5 462
Scott County 449 1 8 385
Gallatin County 437 4 7 819
Putnam County 418 3 6 960
Hardin County 346 12 8 009
Pope County 282 3 6 309

The U.S. health officials continue to monitor confirmed cases in the country. Today, Illinois is in the top 10 the U.S. states with the most cases. Cook County is reported to have the highest number of coronavirus cases in this state - 475K. DuPage County and Will County are in the second and third places accordingly.

It is likely that a week later the overall number of COVID-19 positive people in Cook County will reach 480K cases. Due to the high population density of 3,200 people per mi2 (1,200 people per km2) the risk of infection in this area is above average. The number of fatalities in Illinois reached 23K people. By the way, the epidemics spread in Cook County is informed to be 9,2K per 100,000 people that is considered to be above average.

It’s important to get the disease under control, while social distancing orders in the country help slow the spread of the virus. You should not forget about protection measures and the symptoms of coronavirus.

How to protect yourself from coronavirus? What are coronavirus symptoms?
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