COVID-19 Cases Near You: Here's State Data By Zip Code

COVID-19 Cases Near You: Here’s State Data By Zip Code

The Illinois Department of Public Health this week began posting COVID-19 data by zip code, meaning you can find how many confirmed cases and numbers of tests have been performed in your geographic area.

The zip-code breakdown does not include the numbers of deaths or patients who were hospitalized. However, the page does include statewide data on people under investigation for the illness and COVID-19 patients in intensive care units.

The Kane County Health Department also provides a breakdown of number of confirmed cases by community, and some municipalities — Aurora and Elgin, for example — provide daily local statistics.

The interactive map on the state dashboard is handy, because you can toggle over an area of interest and immediate see the case data.

The IDPH site also includes important data on hospitalizations, as well as general information regarding demographics, provided in chart form. Screenshots of charts regarding deaths is provide below.

Data on Deaths in Illinois

The charts reveal interesting data regarding age, race and gender of the people in Illinois who have died after testing positive to COVID-19. (It’s important to note the the totals involve anyone who died who tested positive for the novel coronavirus. That data does not necessarily mean COVID-19 was the cause of death, according to IDPH Director Dr. Ngozi Ezike.)

Observations of note:

  • The majority of deaths statewide are people over age 70. By far, the highest portion of 1,349 deaths as of today (Tuesday, April 21, 2020) are people 80 years old or older.
  • About the same number of white and black people have died while testing positive. The black community has been especially hard hit by the virus.
  • More men that women die after testing positive for COVID-19 in the state of Illinois.

The graphics might be hard to read in the grouping above, so we’ve posted each graphic separately and in a larger size below.

Number of Cases as of April 21

zip code (town) — positive cases / tested

  1. 60505 (Aurora) — 100 / 322
  2. 60506 (Aurora) — 116 /419
  3. 60510 (Batavia) — 17 /162
  4. 60511 (Big Rock) — Not Available
  5. 60109 (Burlington) — Not Available
  6. 60175 (Campton Hills) — 23 / 169
  7. 60110 (Carpentersville) — 44 /148
  8. 60119 (Elburn) — 8 / 63
  9. 60120 (Elgin) — 90 /249
  10. 60123 (Elgin) — 77 / 282
  11. 60124 (Elgin) — 16 / 100
  12. 60134 (Geneva) — 18 / 145
  13. 60136 (Gilberts) — 12 / 51
  14. 60140 (Hampshire) — 18 /103
  15. 60144 (Kaneville) — Not Available
  16. 60151 (Maple Park) — Not Available
  17. 60539 (Mooseheart) — Not Available
  18. 60542 (North Aurora) — 16 /135
  19. 60174 (St. Charles) — 25 / 215
  20. 60177 (South Elgin) — 23 / 121
  21. 60554 (Sugar Grove) — 9 / 64
  22. 60118 (West Dundee) — 18 / 70

Same List in Zip Code Numerical Order

  1. 60109 (Burlington) — Not Available
  2. 60110 (Carpentersville) — 44 /148
  3. 60118 (West Dundee) — 18 / 70
  4. 60119 (Elburn) — 8 / 63
  5. 60120 (Elgin) — 90 /249
  6. 60123 (Elgin) — 77 / 282
  7. 60124 (Elgin) — 16 / 100
  8. 60134 (Geneva) — 18 / 145
  9. 60136 (Gilberts) — 12 / 51
  10. 60140 (Hampshire) — 18 /103
  11. 60144 (Kaneville) — Not Available
  12. 60151 (Maple Park) — Not Available
  13. 60174 (St. Charles) — 25 / 215
  14. 60175 (Campton Hills) — 23 / 169
  15. 60177 (South Elgin) — 23 / 121
  16. 60505 (Aurora) — 100 / 322
  17. 60506 (Aurora) — 116 /419
  18. 60510 (Batavia) — 17 /162
  19. 60511 (Big Rock) — Not Available
  20. 60539 (Mooseheart) — Not Available
  21. 60542 (North Aurora) — 16 /135
  22. 60554 (Sugar Grove) — 9 / 64

Age Demographics (Deaths)

 

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Race (Deaths)

Kane County Connects Daily Updates

  • COVID-19 OVERVIEW — A roundup of national and international updates.
  • COVID-19 STATE — State of Illinois and Illlinois Department of Public Health updates. (Includes daily updates from Gov. JB Pritzker’s news conferences and Kane County COVID-19 alerts from the IDPH.)
  • COVID-19 KANE COUNTY — Kane County updates, including information from the Kane County Health Department, courts, Sheriff’s Office, and all units of county government.
  • COVID-19 COMMUNITIES — A roundup of information from municipalities, park districts, libraries, as well as local human interest stories.
  • COVID-19 SCHOOLS — Updates on school closings or openings, meals and online learning.
  • COVID-19 HOSPITALS / HEALTH CARE — Vital links to local hospital and health-care websites and additional trusted information on COVID-19.
  • COVID-19 BUSINESS / CONSUMERS / JOBS —Business news, what’s open and closed, where to find stuff you need,  updates from local chambers of commerce, job openings.
  • COVID-19 CONNECTIONS — Stories about people, good news, personal observations, photos, miscellaneous news, quirky and fun stuff related to the days of COVID in Kane.
  • COVID-19 HELP — How to find help and give help to others. Local resources, volunteer opportunities, donation sites and other local efforts to help people during the COVID-19 emergency.