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There have been 787 confirmed cases and 92 probable cases of COVID-19 in Iroquois County.  There have been 95 new confirmed cases and 9 new probable cases since our last update.

Many of Iroquois County’s most recent cases have been epidemiologically linked to large events in the community such as unofficial homecomings and weddings. ICPHD is asking the public to refrain from attending large gatherings as this is causing increased illness within our community. We thank you in advance for your cooperation.

Here is the information we can share about these new cases:

Confirmed Cases:

 

•             Male in his 40s

•             Female in her 70s

•             Female in her 50s

•             Male in his 40s

•             Male in his 60s

•             Female in her 60s

•             Female in her 80s

•             Male in his 60s

•             Male under 10

•             Female in her 40s

•             Male in his 40s

•             Male in his 80s

•             Female in her 40s

•             Male in his 50s

•             Female in her 60s

•             Male in his 50s

•             Male in his 30s

•             Male in his 70s

•             Female in her 40s

•             Male in his 40s

•             Male under 10

•             Male in his 20s

•             Female in her 70s

•             Male under 20

•             Female under 20

•             Female in her 30s

•             Female in her 30s

•             Male under 20

•             Female in her 50s

•             Female in her 30s

•             Male under 20

•             Male under 20

•             Male in his 30s

•             Female in her 50s

•             Female in her 60s

•             Female in her 40s

•             Male in his 50s

•             Male in his 60s

•             Male in his 70s

•             Male in his 50s

•             Female in her 20s

•             Male in his 80s

•             Male in his 30s

•             Female in her 30s

•             Male in his 40s

•             Female in her 60s

•             Female in her 50s

•             Female in her 20s

•             Female in her 20s

•             Male in his 50s

•             Male in his 40s

•             Male in his 60s

•             Female in her 50s

•             Male in his 70s

•             Male in his 70s

•             Male in his 60s

•             Male in his 20s

•             Female in her 50s

•             Male in his 30s

•             Female in her <10

•             Female under 20

•             Female in her 80s

•             Female in her 80s

•             Female in her 50s

•             Female in her 40s

•             Male in his 70s

•             Female in her 50s

•             Female in her 30s

•             Male under 10

•             Male under 10

•             Female in her 60s

•             Male in his 20s

•             Female in her 60s

•             Female under 20

•             Female in her 60s

•             Female in her 30s

•             Male in his 20s

•             Male under 20

•             Male in his 60s

•             Female in her 20s

•             Female in her 60s

•             Male in his 20s

•             Female in her 60s

•             Female in her 30s

•             Female in her 50s

•             Female in her 60s

•             Male in his 60s

•             Female in her 40s

•             Male under 10

•             Female under 20

•             Female in her 20s

•             Male in his 20s

•             Male in his 50s

•             Female in her 40s

•             Male in his 30s

 

Probable Cases:

•             Male in his 30s

•             Male in his 40s

•             Female in her 30s

•             Male in his 20s

•             Female in her 50s

•             Female in her 50s

•             Female in her 30s

•             Male under 20

•             Female in her 30s

 

Please find the attached Iroquois County COVID-19 update for November 9, 2020. Please reference the following explanation of probable cases:

 

“The probable cases that we will be reporting on the daily press release are individuals who have been tested and are found to have a positive test result by a local clinic using "rapid" tests that are not, at this time, IDPH approved tests. These are antigen tests, not molecular tests, and are not laboratory confirmed. Therefore, those individuals who test positive using rapid testing from this source, will be reported as a probable case. Please note that there are different rapid tests available from different sources. Some rapid tests are IDPH approved while some are not. If individuals chose to be tested at a clinic or physician’s office that is using a test that is not IDPH approved and the results are positive, that individual will be listed as a probable case and will be required to isolate per health department protocol. Their direct, known and identified contacts will be quarantined. We realize that there are numerous definitions of Probable Cases but ICPHD will use the Probable Cases category to identify the individuals who have tested positive using a rapid test, not yet approved by IDPH, as these positive results are not laboratory confirmed.”

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