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In the last 48 hours, the Bureau, Putnam, Marshall County Health Department has reported 32 new confirmed cases of COVID-19.
Of these cases, 30 are from Bureau County, one is from Putnam County and one is from Marshall County. The cases in Bureau County include:
• One female child.
• Two teenage males.
• Three females in their 20s.
• Four males in their 20s.
• Three females in their 30s.
• Two males in their 30s.
• Two females in their 40s.
• Three males in their 40s.
• Two females in their 50s.
• Six males in their 50s.
• One male in his 60s.
• One male in his 80s.
The new case in Putnam County is a female in her 30s. The new case in Marshall County is a female in her 20s.
All individuals were reported to be recovering at home.
Tuesday’s report stated that Bureau County currently has 98 active cases, Putnam County has six active cases and Marshall County has nine active cases.
There have now been 285 total confirmed cases of COVID in the three-county region. Bureau County has had 244 cases; Putnam County, 14 cases; and Marshall County, 27 cases.
There have been three COVID-related deaths reported in Bureau County since the outbreak.
ZIP code areas with six or more cases in Bureau County are: Princeton, 44 confirmed cases out of 1,621 tests; Spring Valley, 69 cases out of 1,117 tests; Buda, six cases out of 83 tests; DePue, 68 cases out of 175 tests; Ladd, 11 cases out of 140 tests and LaMoille, six cases out of 130 tests.
In Putnam County: Granville, eight cases out of 179 tests.
In Marshall County: Henry, nine cases out of 405 tests.
In total, 4,527 Bureau County residents; 452 Putnam County residents; and 1,765 Marshall County residents have been tested for COVID-19 since the beginning of the pandemic.
This information was last updated on Tuesday, Aug. 11. The number of cases and tests change on a daily basis.
Individuals who have questions or concerns about COVID-19 can contact the Illinois Department of Public Health Hotline at 1-800-889-3931.