PEORIA, Ill. (WMBD) — Roughly 65% of COVID-19 patients in the Tri-County area have fully recovered, health officials said Saturday.
As of Saturday, 64.5% of coronavirus cases have fully recovered, according to the Peoria City/County Health Department. Additionally, 25.6% of patients are in home-isolation and 5.6% are hospitalized at area hospitals.
The health department said there are 309 confirmed cases in Peoria County, 80 in Tazewell County, and 22 in Woodford County. This brings the Tri-County area to 411 reported COVID-19 cases. In total, there have been 11 deaths related to the virus.
There are six ICU beds in use across area hospitals, and 24 non-ICU beds in use.
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