The Kendall County Health Department reported 61 new cases of COVID-19 among county residents as of Tuesday, Jan. 12.
That brings the total number of confirmed COVID-19 cases in the county to 9,514, with 4,881 as listed in recovery, according to the health department.
The total number of deaths in the county from COVID-19 remained at 72.
According to Illinois Department of Public Health data as of Tuesday, 9,940 people have been tested for COVID-19 in the 60548 ZIP code (including Sandwich), with 974 confirmed cases; 8,891 tested in 60545 (including Plano), with 1,200 confirmed cases; 20,611 tested in 60560 (including Yorkville), with 1,938 confirmed cases; 19,294 tested in 60538 (including Montgomery), with 2,291 confirmed cases; and 25,081 tested in 60543 (including Oswego), with 2,556 confirmed cases.
People ages 20 to 49 make up the majority of COVID-19 cases in Kendall County, according to county health department data. People in their 20s make up about 17.9% of all cases, while people in their 30s make up 18.2%. People in their 40s make up 19.3% of the cases as of Tuesday.
Residents ages 60 and older comprise about 11.1% of all cases in the county, according to county health department data. People younger than 20 make up 17% of all county cases.
Women account for 53% of county COVID-19 cases, while men account for 43%, according to Tuesday’s health department data.