Kendall County Health Department officials reported two additional COVID-19 deaths on Monday, one male in his 80s and one female in her 90s. The deaths were not reported as having additional health complexity.
The county's death total is at 22 and seven of the deaths have had additional health complexity reported.
Kendall County Coroner Jacquie Purcell also gave her weekly update on COVID-19 deaths that occurred within the county's borders. Purcell said deaths increased from three to four to include an 89 year-old female.
Coroner Purcell added that two additional COVID-19 related deaths were reported among females in their 80s whose causes of death were not listed as COVID-19 but who tested positive at the time of death.
All of the "in-county" deaths have been reported at nursing homes. At least 11 deaths and 30 cases have been linked to Kendall County nursing homes, according to the Illinois Department of Public Health's latest update on Friday.
Several deaths tallied by the health department occurred out of the county at hospitals or elsewhere outside of Kendall.
Ten additional coronavirus cases were reported on Monday in the county, for a total of 569 cases. In-recovery cases increased by two for a total of 293 or about 52 percent of the total case amount.
The health department reports that 76 percent of the total cases have had no additional complex conditions reported. 3.9 percent of the total amount are deceased, 41.6 percent of continuing cases are at home and two percent are in the hospital.
View more information on the Kendall County Health Department website.
Positive tests for COVID-19 in DeKalb County increased by 10 on Monday.
The DeKalb County Health Department says there have now been 273 confirmed COVID-19 cases in the county.
An additional two COVID-19 cases were reported in LaSalle County bringing the total to 121 cases.
4,633 coronavirus cases have been reported in Kane County with 116 deaths.
IDPH, on Monday, reported 2,294 new COVID-19 cases in the state and 59 additional deaths for totals of 96,485 cases and 4,234 deaths. Another 21, 297 tests were processed. The state surpassed the daily testing goal of 10,000 tests for many days now.