There have been 61 new positive COVID-19 cases reported in the last week in Putnam, with no new hospitalizations, according to the county's Department of Health. That earlier record had topped the previous record of 1,953 from early April.
Davidson: 1 new case, 6 cumulative cases total; 6 deaths total.
The state agency also reported Saturday 35 more deaths from COVID-19, raising Michigan's pandemic toll to 7,182 deaths.
Dr. Joneigh Khaldun, Michigan's chief medical executive, said in a statement the data shows that "we are continuing to see alarming increases in the incidence of COVID-19 infections in Michigan".
By town, Wheaton has had 985 total cases, Glen Ellyn 773, Lombard 1,110, Villa Park 662, Hinsdale 409, Westmont 667, Darien 417, Downers Grove 950, Elmhurst 1,171, Warrenville 333 and Winfield 208.
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Mask-wearing is required in all businesses and whenever leaving home. Because the respiratory illness is now spreading so rapidly in other regions, Georgia ranks only 34th among the states, according to numbers tracked by The Associated Press.
The share of positive genetic tests has risen above 7% statewide in Georgia from a low of 5.5% as late as October 15, suggesting more rapid spread in communities.
The state's seven-day average of new cases hit a record of 726 on Sunday.
The Department of Health confirmed that there were 1,407 new cases Monday, in addition to 1,666 new cases reported Sunday - for a two-day total of 3,073 additional positive cases of COVID-19 That brings the statewide total to 195,695. As with the MI data, the state numbers are updated daily but can lag behind local reports or have other discrepancies. A total of 25,705 New Yorkers have died since mid-March. Among Monday's cases, 1,310 were confirmed, 97 probable. State officials report there are 4,982 operational ventilators in the state, with 1,112 (22.3%) now in use for all illnesses.