The Kendall County Health Department reported 33 new cases of COVID-19 on Wednesday for a total of 635.
Two more cases were reported as being in recovery, for a total of 319 or about 51 percent of the total case amount.
Total Kendall County deaths remain at 22, with six "COVID-19 related" deaths within the county's borders. Four of the "in-county" deaths reported by the coroner have had their cause of death listed as COVID-19 while the other two cases tested positive at the time of death.
All have been in nursing homes. The latest state data indicates at least 11 deaths have been linked to nursing homes in the county.
The health department reports that 76 percent of Kendall County's total cases have had no additional complex conditions reported. 3.5 percent of the total amount are deceased, 44.2 percent of continuing cases are at home and 1.3 percent are in the hospital.
Individuals in their 40's remain the highest age demographic for cases at 22 percent and 56 percent of cases have been female.
View more information on the Kendall County Health Department website.
The DeKalb County Health Department said 10 more positive cases were confirmed on Wednesday and the county has now had 292 confirmed cases of the virus.
An additional five cases were reported in LaSalle County for a total of 130 cases.
The Kane County Health Department reports 4,856 coronavirus cases and 136 deaths.
The Illinois Department of Public Health, on Wednesday, reported 2,388 new COVID-19 cases bringing the state’s total to 100,418. 147 additional deaths were also reported for a total 4,525.
Another 21,029 specimens were processed, statewide.