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IL COVID – 19 UPdate #91

By June 27, 2020 June 29th, 2020 No Comments

ILLINOIS PHASE 4

The State of Illinois has officially entered Phase 4 of the Reopening Process. 

IRMA members may find industry specific reopening guidelines here:

IRMA members may also find a detailed summary of each industry’s guidelines provided last week by IRMA here.

Late Friday, the Governor issued Executive Order 2020-43 to move Illinois into Phase 4. The Executive Order does not include further regulations that have not already been issued.

Please remember to prominently post the IDPH Safety Guidance somewhere on your premises.

CHICAGO PHASE 4 GRADUALLY RESUME

The City of Chicago has officially entered in Phase 4 of the Reopening Process.

IRMA members may find the Chicago reopening guidelines here:

CHICAGO COVID-19 IMPACT UPDATE

To date, there has been 51,512 confirmed cases in the City of Chicago with 2,573 confirmed deaths and a 4.5% positivity rate.

The per day averages citywide as of June 26th are 165 confirmed cases, 3,631 tests completed, and 14 deaths.

Additional information may be found here where you may select different data points such as zip code, ethnicity, age, gender, cases, tests, death, etc.

ILLINOIS COVID-19 IMPACT UPDATE

In the last 24 hours there has been 857 new confirmed cases and 39 deaths. Chicago and Cook County are responsible for 

IDPH is reporting a total of 140,291 cases, to date, including 6,847 deaths. 

The state has conducted 1,490,952 tests to-date.  

Additional information can be found here. COVID-19 stats by zip code can be found here .

REGIONAL PROGRESS REPORT

Under the Governor’s Restore Illinois plan, in order to move from Phase 3 to Phase 4, each of the four medical regions must have a surge capacity of at least 14% for hospital beds, ICU beds and ventilators. The positivity rating for the region must be under 20% for a 14-day period. Any number in red means that region has not met the capacity requirement for that category. These numbers are calculated on 14-day rolling periods with a 3-day delay. Readers can find all the stats below, and more, here

All numbers for all regions have been improving.

REGIONHOSPITAL BEDSICU BEDSVENTILATORSPOSITIVITY RATE
Northeast33% 43%74%5%
North Central47%58%79%3%
Central41%53%82%1%
South43%54%73%3%