The Illinois Department of Public Health announced Friday that 33 counties are considered a “high” risk for COVID-19, down from 43 a week ago. An additional 55 counties are at “medium” risk, up from 43 last week.
As of late Monday, Illinois had 1,825 COVID-19 patients in the hospital, the most since Feb. 12. Of those, 211 were in intensive care units, and 68 were on ventilators.
The Illinois Department of Public Health announced Friday that 43 of the state’s counties are considered “high” risk for COVID-19, up from 29 a week ago. An additional 43 counties are at "medium" risk.