MCLEAN COUNTY (WEEK) — McLean County health officials are reporting an additional confirmed case of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) Saturday.
There have now been 11 cases reported in McLean County, including one death.
McLean County has also reported there have been 110 negative test results and 40 are still pending.
Earlier Saturday, state health officials reported an additional 465 cases, bringing the total to 3,491.
The Illinois Department of Public Health also reported the death of an infant in Chicago due to COVID-19. There have now been 43 COVID-19-related deaths in the state.
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