McLean County reports 95 additional cases of COVID-19, 2 additional deaths

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MCLEAN COUNTY, Ill. (WMBD) — The McLean County Health Department reported 95 cases of COVID-19 in its daily COVID update Monday.

The additional infections bring the grand total of COVID-19 cases in the county up to 23,036.

In McLean County, there are currently 233 individuals isolating, while 22,514 individuals have been released from isolation. There are currently 17 McLean County residents hospitalized for COVID-19, and there are 13 patients hospitalized for COVID-19 in McLean County hospitals.

There have been two new COVID-related deaths reported since the last update. This brings the total number of deaths in McLean County at 272.

The update also showed that approximately 193,632 doses of COVID-19 have been administered in the county.

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