330 New Regional COVID-19 Cases Reported Thursday
In addition to the 120 new COVID cases reported in Adams County, there were another 136 new confirmed cases reported Thursday in western Illinois.
The Hancock County Health Department reported 73 new cases since Wednesday, ranging in age from under ten to 90s.
There have now been 686 total COVID cases in Hancock County, with 315 isolated, 14 hospitalized, 349 recovered and eight deaths.
In Pike County, there were two coronavirus related deaths reported, a female in her 70s and a female in her 90s.
There were also 52 new confirmed coronavirus cases reported in Pike County Thursday, from age 10 to 90.
The Pike County COVID total is now 679, with 162 active, ten hospitalized and now 16 deaths.
The Brown County Health Department reports eleven new positive coronavirus cases since Tuesday, from under ten to 60s.
The Brown County COVID total grows to 199, with 65 active, 134 recovered and three deaths.
Health department officials in northeast Missouri reported 74 new confirmed cases of COVID-19 Thursday.
In Marion County, officials reported 37 new coronavirus cases Thursday, bringing their total to 1,390, with 243 active, 16 hospitalized, 1,131 recovered and 16 deaths.
The Lewis County Health Department reported 19 new COVID cases Thursday, age 10 to 90-plus.
The Lewis County COVID total is now 458, with 98 active, 354 recovered and six deaths.
Officials in Clark County report ten new coronavirus cases, ranging in age from 20 to 80.
They also report an additional death, the county’s eleventh.
Clark County has had 342 total cases, with 120 active, five hospitalized and 206 recovered.
And, the Shelby County Health Department reports eight new coronavirus cases since Tuesday. Shelby County has had 186 total cases, with 46 active, two hospitalized and one death.