The COVID-19 numbers continue to climb in northeast Missouri.

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The Ralls County Health Department reported Monday that, since their last update last Wednesday, there have been 34 new cases of coronavirus in the county, bringing the Ralls County total to 105.

Officials note there were three large gatherings in Ralls County over the weekend, so they anticipate their COVID numbers will continue to climb.

The Lewis County Health Department reported one new confirmed COVID-19 case Monday, bringing the total cases to 63. Five cases are active, 55 have recovered, three have died.

 

More new COVID-19 cases were reported in western Illinois Monday.

The Pike County Health Department reported 17 new coronavirus cases. They include seven females, age teens to 50s and ten males, age teens to 80s.

The Pike County COVID total goes to 70, with 33 active cases, three hospitalizations and 37 recoveries.

Along with six new lab-confirmed cases of coronavirus, the Hancock County Health Department and Memorial Hospital reported Monday its second COVID related death.

Of the new cases, four are males age 30s to 80s and two females, ages 60s to 80s.
There have been 122 coronavirus cases in Hancock County, with 33 active, and 87 recoveries.