E.Encourage others to get vaccinated
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OVERVIEW: Delta variant discovered in all 50 states; CDC says 2 doses are needed for a better immune response
The Outbreak of summer camp in Illinois The story has become national, with articles in practically every major publication and network. Here is the USA Today story.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said on Twitter that one dose of an mRNA # COVID-19 The vaccine may provide some protection, but two doses are required for a better immune response. “Get a COVID-19 vaccine as soon as possible. If you get an mRNA vaccine make sure you get both doses, ”officials said. More: bit.ly/3btYesFU.
In most Latin America and the Caribbean The end of the coronavirus pandemic “remains a distant future,” the Pan American health organization said today.
KANE COUNTY: NO new cases; 1 Kane COVID-19 death Wednesday
It almost seems too good to be true, but the Illinois Department of Health has not reported any new COVID-19 cases in Kane County today. This would need to be confirmed, but this could be the first time the county has had no cases since the early days of the pandemic.
Unfortunately, however, according to IDPH data, Kane County has recorded one additional death from COVID-19.
The total is 59,547 cases and 811 deaths since the pandemic began.
The Kane County seven-day test positivity rate remained at 1.4%.
According to IDPH COVID-19 vaccination data page, 251,915 Kane County residents are fully vaccinated, making up 47.16% of the population.
ILLINOIS: 258 new cases, 8 deaths reported nationwide on Wednesday; 103 cases of the delta variant so far
According to IDPH. 103 cases of the Delta variant were confirmed in Illinois Variants of the concern side.
259 new cases and eight deaths were reported nationwide today.
There are 6,164,779 fully vaccinated Illinoisans, 48.39% of the population.