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Coronavirus updates, January 25, 2022

Last updated:  5 hours ago
1,1M

Confirmed cases

1,2M

Estimated cases

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13K

Deaths

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+9 462 yesterday
2,8M

Confirmed cases

Estimated for the end of the day: 2,9M
3M

Estimated cases

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850K

Recovered

+97 yesterday
34K

Deaths

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All recovered New recovered
All deaths New deaths
+465 154 yesterday
73M

Confirmed cases

Estimated for the end of the day: 73,1M
79,6M

Estimated cases

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+456 286 yesterday
44,8M

Recovered

+1 193 yesterday
892K

Deaths

All confirmed cases New confirmed cases
All recovered New recovered
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+2 407 902 yesterday
355,6M

Confirmed cases

Estimated for the end of the day: 355,9M
502,1M

Estimated cases

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+2 291 268 yesterday
282,3M

Recovered

+6 627 yesterday
5,6M

Deaths

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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 192 468 1 554 20 991
Will County 151 843 1 348 22 410
Lake County 135 535 1 209 19 267
Kane County 116 009 1 012 22 514
Winnebago County 70 774 733 23 970
McHenry County 68 197 402 22 087
Madison County 64 959 699 24 123
St. Clair County 59 845 676 22 160
Champaign County 55 306 250 27 504
Sangamon County 49 761 337 25 200
McLean County 44 385 262 26 175
Peoria County 43 219 459 23 174
Tazewell County 33 871 422 25 017
Rock Island County 30 498 434 20 670
Kendall County 28 239 141 24 612
Macon County 27 752 308 25 054
Kankakee County 27 267 336 24 035
LaSalle County 26 316 349 23 100
Vermilion County 25 741 262 31 536
DeKalb County 21 119 172 20 083
Adams County 20 364 187 30 347
Williamson County 19 883 221 29 964
Whiteside County 13 820 209 23 625
Jackson County 13 748 105 22 830
Coles County 13 719 153 25 465
Ogle County 12 745 123 23 824
Boone County 12 692 100 23 432
Grundy County 11 931 119 23 832
Knox County 11 602 194 21 924
Macoupin County 11 595 128 24 275
Henry County 11 429 104 22 638
Clinton County 11 046 110 29 252
Franklin County 10 979 143 27 752
Marion County 10 799 180 27 383
Stephenson County 10 530 142 22 070
Livingston County 9 826 126 25 227
Effingham County 9 816 121 28 667
Jefferson County 9 593 157 24 707
Woodford County 9 523 100 24 630
Christian County 9 100 102 26 149
Fulton County 9 007 104 24 298
Randolph County 8 898 112 26 580
Monroe County 8 755 114 26 565
Logan County 8 676 83 28 629
Montgomery County 8 665 90 28 784
Morgan County 8 495 111 23 898
Lee County 7 861 72 21 817
Bureau County 7 580 116 21 671
Saline County 6 834 82 27 431
Iroquois County 6 652 101 22 384
Fayette County 6 445 87 29 110
Perry County 6 431 88 28 774
McDonough County 6 289 76 19 284
Douglas County 5 835 45 29 204
Jersey County 5 785 59 25 169
Shelby County 5 621 63 25 135
Crawford County 5 264 37 26 563
Lawrence County 4 809 40 28 569
Union County 4 687 59 26 320
Wayne County 4 646 72 27 721
Richland County 4 623 69 28 479
Pike County 4 617 62 28 101
Edgar County 4 563 55 24 564
Cass County 4 252 33 31 168
Clark County 4 231 47 25 901
Clay County 4 222 61 30 561
Ford County 4 059 62 28 826
De Witt County 3 975 33 24 002
Piatt County 3 973 19 23 749
Bond County 3 964 28 22 310
White County 3 922 35 26 744
Hancock County 3 915 43 20 493
Moultrie County 3 730 41 25 125
Warren County 3 647 77 20 596
Jo Daviess County 3 630 32 15 998
Carroll County 3 602 44 23 409
Mercer County 3 566 39 21 699
Mason County 3 550 57 24 206
Johnson County 3 538 37 28 120
Massac County 3 394 62 21 998
Greene County 3 374 42 24 298
Wabash County 3 305 19 27 664
Menard County 3 205 18 25 226
Washington County 3 170 32 21 541
Cumberland County 3 023 35 27 362
Marshall County 2 538 27 20 079
Jasper County 2 433 24 25 088
Brown County 2 144 13 30 907
Hamilton County 1 926 26 22 774
Schuyler County 1 816 15 24 072
Edwards County 1 589 24 23 642
Pulaski County 1 562 15 25 353
Calhoun County 1 446 4 28 414
Stark County 1 353 31 22 573
Scott County 1 187 10 22 166
Gallatin County 1 172 11 20 970
Alexander County 1 150 13 13 960
Henderson County 1 034 15 14 104
Putnam County 1 034 7 17 216
Hardin County 928 18 21 481
Pope County 840 7 18 792

Many countries have identified cases of the new infection including the United States. COVID-19 pandemic keeps all people on alert in Riverside and today, the virus still covers the territory of Cook County. Its population density is considered to be 3,200 people per mi2 (1,200 people per km2) so the risk of being infected is below average. As for the state, the Illinois officials mentioned about 2,8M confirmed cases, an increase of 9,5K cases from yesterday.

Cook County and DuPage County counties are still the most-infected counties in the state.

These numbers don’t give the whole picture because many cases — including mild or asymptomatic infections — have not been diagnosed. Our aim is to stay inside and take care of ourselves. You should be aware of protection measures and the symptoms of coronavirus.

How to protect yourself from coronavirus? What are coronavirus symptoms?
Coronavirus data for cities in Cook County:

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