Illinois Coronavirus by the Numbers: Monday, April 13 Update

Illinois Coronavirus by the Numbers: Monday, April 13 Update

SPRINGFIELD – An additional 1,173 confirmed cases of COVID-19 and 74 deaths were announced Monday at Gov. J.B. Pritzker’s daily briefing Monday, raising the state’s totals to 22,025 and 794 respectively.

One death was announced in Jackson County, a man in his eighties, marking the fourth due to COVID-19 in the county.

Despite the governor expressing optimism from hospitals and experts that Coronavirus cases are leveling off in the state, state leaders believe the stay-at-home will continue for some time.

New cases were announced throughout southern Illinois from various health departments prior to the press conference. Here are the latest:

Jackson County (36 total)

  • Female in her twenties, isolated and doing well.
  • Male in his fifties, isolated and doing well.

Jefferson County (7 total)

  • Female in her twenties, isolating at home.
  • Female in her thirties, isolating at home.

Johnson County (first case)

  • Male in his twenties, isolated.

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