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Western Springs Virus cases about the same: County

WESTERN SPRINGS, IL – Western Springs has seen slightly more new coronavirus cases in the past week, according to the Cook County’s Department of Health.

As of Sunday, the village had seen 1,664 coronavirus cases since the pandemic began, with 28 new cases in the last week. In the week before last, the village recorded 26 new cases. For four weeks in June and July, the number of coronavirus cases in the village did not stir.

The number of virus-related deaths in Western Springs stayed the same at six for the past week. The most recent deaths were reported on May 31 and 11, according to the Cook County Medical Examiner Office. That’s a mortality rate of less than 1 percent. All local deaths were 53 or older, according to the district doctor.

The number of people recovered is not known.

Here is a look at the number of accumulated cases since the beginning of the crisis:

date Western sources Suburban chef
April 12, 2020 12th 5,512
April 19, 2020 14th 7,893
April 26, 2020 16 11,688
May 3, 2020 19th 16,356
May 10, 2020 24 20,154
17th May 2020 33 23,839
May 24, 2020 39 27,573
May 31, 2020 42 30,149
June 7, 2020 44 31,894
June 14, 2020 44 33,057
June 27, 2020 47 34,087
June 28, 2020 50 35.137
5th July 2020 63 36,242
July 12, 2020 83 37,414
19th July 2020 102 38,746
July 26, 2020 116 40,439
August 3, 2020 127 41,965
August 10, 2020 131 43,627
August 16, 2020 143 45,797
23 August 2020 154 48.111
August 30, 2020 169 50,199
September 6, 2020 190 52,973
September 13, 2020 203 55,027
20th September 2020 218 56,808
September 27, 2020 233 58,868
Oct. 4, 2020 243 61,099
Oct 11, 2020 261 63,990
Oct 18, 2020 271 67,825
Oct 25, 2020 281 72.167
1st November 2020 297 76.070
November 8, 2020 341 85.935
November 15, 2020 430 101.257
22nd November 2020 486 113,718
November 29, 2020 550 126,550
Dec 6, 2020 625 139,697
Dec 13, 2020 672 151.761
Dec 20, 2020 709 161,592
Dec 27, 2020 739 169.188
January 3, 2021 763 175,510
January 10, 2021 812 184,374
January 17, 2021 846 191,400
January 24, 2021 881 197,474
January 31, 2021 901 201,944
February 7, 2021 917 205.149
February 14, 2021 934 207,433
February 21, 2021 950 210,516
February 28, 2021 957 212,428
March 7, 2021 977 214.356
March 14, 2021 993 216,335
March 21, 2021 1,018 218,512
March 28, 2021 1,045 221.233
April 4, 2021 1,072 224,708
April 11, 2021 1.106 228,663
April 18, 2021 1,144 232.883
April 25, 2021 1,177 236,648
May 2, 2021 1,190 240.085
May 9, 2021 1,200 243.156
May 16, 2021 1,227 245,489
May 23, 2021 1,261 247,632
May 30, 2021 1,302 249.317
June 6, 2021 1,319 250.204
June 13, 2021 1,320 250,572
June 20, 2021 1,321 250.813
June 27, 2021 1,321 251.018
4th July 2021 1,321 251.232
July 11, 2021 1,321 251,486
July 18, 2021 1,326 252.288
July 25, 2021 1,331 252.766
August 1, 2021 1,339 254.109
August 8, 2021 1,358 256.204
August 15, 2021 1,375 258,703
August 22, 2021 1,400 261,575
August 29, 2021 1,427 264.906
September 5, 2021 1,449 268.116
September 12, 2021 1,472 271,333
September 19, 2021 1,482 274,213
September 26, 2021 1,495 277,581
October 3, 2021 1,501 280.324
October 10, 2021 1,520 283.241
Oct 17, 2021 1,531 285,608
October 24, 2021 1,549 287.913
October 31, 2021 1,582 290,477
November 7, 2021 1,610 293.070
November 14, 2021 1,636 296,498
November 21, 2021 1,664 300,729

As of Sunday, Western Springs had 125 coronavirus cases per thousand residents since the pandemic began. Compared to 97 in Darien, 112 in DuPage County, 113 in Hinsdale, 115 in Elmhurst and La Grange Park, 121 in Clarendon Hills and La Grange, and 125 in suburban Cook County.

As of Sunday, the number of coronavirus cases in Illinois rose to 1,763,866, up 1.3 percent from the previous week, according to the state health department. The number of confirmed deaths so far is 26,227.

46.6 million cases of the coronavirus have been reported nationwide, up 1.4 percent from the previous week, according to the Centers for Disease Control. A total of 770,461 people have died from the virus in the United States.

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