The McHenry County Department of Health reported 63 new confirmed cases of COVID-19 and one additional death since Friday's update.
Monday's numbers brought countywide totals to 4,262 confirmed cases, 117 related deaths and two probable deaths. The county's recovery rate remains at 96%.
McHenry County residents have been tested a total of 67,364 times since the pandemic began, according to county-specific data collected by the Illinois Department of Public Health.
The Kane County Health Department reported a total of 12,188 confirmed cases of COVID-19 and 325 deaths Monday.
The Lake County Health Department reported a total of 15,832 confirmed cases and 459 related deaths.
Statewide, the Illinois Department of Public Health reported a total of 262,744 confirmed cases and 8,314 related deaths. So far, Illinois has conducted a total of 4,771,796 COVID-19 tests. The statewide recovery rate is 96%.
Among McHenry County ZIP codes, Woodstock (60098) has seen the highest number of COVID-19 cases with a total of 642 confirmed cases, according to county data.
Woodstock is closely followed by Crystal Lake (60014) with 638 cases.
The McHenry County Health Department reports only ZIP code data that is located within McHenry County, a department spokeswoman said. Any discrepancies between county and Illinois Department of Public Health numbers are likely because of the data's provisional nature and because each health department finalizes its data at different times, she said.
Here is the rest of the local breakdown of cases by ZIP code: McHenry (60050) 395; Harvard (60033) 442; Lake in the Hills (60156) 384; Algonquin (60102) 329; Cary (60013) 274; Johnsburg and McHenry (60051) 208; Huntley (60142) 271; Crystal Lake, Bull Valley and Prairie Grove (60012) 148; Marengo (60152) 139; Wonder Lake (60097) 112; Island Lake (60042) 62; Spring Grove (60081) 79; Fox River Grove (60021) 45; Richmond (60071) 46; Hebron (60034) 18; Barrington (60010) 13; and Union (60180) seven.
Three ZIP codes in McHenry County (61038, 60135 and 60072) have reported five cases or fewer, according to the health department.