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36 new cases of COVID-19 in Winnebago County, as total number surpasses 1,900

(WIFR)
Published: May. 25, 2020 at 3:25 PM CDT
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Winnebago County now has 1,914 total positive cases of COVID-19 with an additional 36 new cases confirmed Monday.

No new deaths were reported, the total still standing at 52.

Areas of concern are the following:

-- Alden Alma Nelson Manor

-- Amberwood Care Centre

-- Anam Care

-- The Atrium

-- Crimson Pointe

-- East Bank

-- Fairhaven Christian Retirement Center

-- Forest City Rehab & Nursing

-- Goldie B Floberg Center

-- Highview in the Woodlands

-- Lincolnshire Place

-- Luther Center

-- Milestone

-- River Bluff Nursing Home

-- Robert Webb Terrace

-- Rock River Health Care

-- Rockford Rescue Mission

-- Rosecrance Griffin Willamson Campus

-- St. Anne Ascension Living

-- Stepping Stones of Rockford

-- Van Matre

-- Winnebago County Jail

-- Winnebago County Juvenile Justice Center

34 deaths (65.38%) came from in-congregate settings from an area of concern. 18 deaths (34.62%) came from non-congregate settings from an area of concern.

Here is the breakdown of cases and deaths in the county by age group:

-- 63 cases: 0-9 age group

-- 148 cases: 10-19 age group

-- 422 cases: 20-29 age group

-- 339 cases: 30-39 age group

-- 290 cases and 1 death: 40-49 age group

-- 279 cases and 6 deaths: 50-59 age group

-- 184 cases and 8 deaths: 60-69 age group

-- 105 cases and 13 deaths: 70-79 age group

-- 84 cases and 24 deaths: 80 and older age group

Here is the breakdown of the cases in the county by race ethnicity:

-- 17%: White. Not Hispanic or Latino

-- 18%: Black/African American, Not Hispanic or Latino

-- 14%: Hispanic or Latino

-- 2%: Asian, Not Hispanic

-- 49%: Unknown

There have been 1,914 total tests that have come back positive, 14,387 tests that have come back negative and 3,735 tests that are still pending. Adding these up gives a total of 20,006 tests that have been conducted so far in Winnebago County.

The health department also reports that 542 people have recovered from the novel coronavirus, up 4 cases from yesterday.

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Testing Sites in Winnebago County:

Crusader Community Health

1200 West State Rockford, Ill

Hours: 9 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

Days of Operation: Monday - Friday

Requirements: Appointment required. Testing available to fq patients only. Must be referred by FQ provider.

COVID Hotline:815-490-1600

Crusader Community Health

1215 N Alpine Rd Rockford, Ill

Hours: 9 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

Days of Operation: Monday - Friday

Requirements: Appointment required. Testing available to fq patients only. Must be referred by FQ provider.

COVID Hotline:815-490-1600

Crusader Community Health

1100 Broadway Rockford, Ill

Hours: 9 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

Days of Operation: Monday - Friday

Requirements: Appointment required. Testing available to fq patients only. Must be referred by FQ provider.

COVID Hotline:815-490-1600

Crusader Community Health Regional Testing Site

1002 N. Pierpont Ave. (Auburn High School) Rockford, Ill

Hours: 9 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

Days of Operation: Monday - Friday

Requirements: All community individuals that are symptomatic and asymptomatic high risk individuals as defined by IDPH, no appointment needed.

Crusader Community Health Rockford Drive-Thru

520 North Pierpoint Avenue (Kennedy Middle School) Rockford, Ill

Hours: 9 a.m - 4:30 p.m.

Days of Operation: Monday-Friday

Requirements: No appointment required. Ideal candidates for testing include, but are not limited to: - Anyone experiencing upper respiratory symptoms (cough, fever, shortness of breath, fatigue) and suspect it could be COVID-19 - High-risk populations living with chronic conditions such as diabetes, hypertension, COPD and/or related conditions such as asthma - People living or working in congregate situations such as nursing homes or retirement housing - Healthcare workers and those working in first responder roles.

COVID Hotline: 815-319-6705

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