COVID-19 KANE COUNTY: 117 New Cases, 2 Deaths; Kane/DuPage Officially in Phase 4; Almost 30K Vaccine Doses Administered
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117 New Cases, 2 Deaths; Kane/DuPage Officially in Phase 4; Almost 30K Vaccine Doses Administered
Data from the Illinois Department of Public Health is showing 117 new cases and two additional Kane County deaths, including a man in his 40s and a man in his 50s.
Those additions bring Kane County totals to 48,542 cases and 680 deaths since the pandemic began.
Kane County’s seven-day test positivity rate for the period from Jan. 27 to Feb. 2, 2021, dropped to 7.3%. That compares to 4.5% statewide for the same time period.
So far, 29,828 vaccine doses have been administered in Kane County. According to the most-recent report provided by the IDPH, the county’s seven-day rolling average of vaccine doses is 1,024. The reported total inventory is 9,430, including 8,160 at the Health Department and 1,270 at community partners.