MCLEAN COUNTY (HOI) -- The McLean County Health Department on Friday is reporting 10 additional COVID-19-related deaths, bringing the county's total to 146.
The MCHD is also reporting 92 new cases for a total of 13,402.
The latest deaths reported by the local health department are: a female in her 60s not associated with long term care; five females in their 80s and one in her 90s all associated with long term care facilities; and a male in his 70s and one in his 80s not associated with long term care and a male in his 90s associated with a long-term care facility.
"COVID-related deaths are not reported out on the same day they occur. It may take days or even weeks to receive an official death certificate and cause of death," officials with the MCHD said in their daily report.
The county's rolling positivity rate on Friday fell to 6.3% and with more than 201,900 tests for the virus reported, the cumulative positivity rate is being reported at 6.6%.
As of Friday morning, 21 McLean County residents are reportedly hospitalized with COVID-19 and 582 are at home in isolation. The MCHD also reports 12,653 individuals are considered recovered at this time.
Hospitals in the county are reporting 77% of ICU beds and 85% of all beds are currently in use.
The age breakdown for cases reported between Jan. 15 and Jan. 22 are:
- <1 --- 2
- 1-17 --- 55
- 18-19 --- 34
- 20s --- 120
- 30s --- 61
- 40s --- 43
- 50s --- 42
- 60s --- 39
- 70s --- 21
- 80s --- 5
- 90s --- 4
- 100s --- 1
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