COVID-19 tests the first positive child in St. Clair County


ST. CLAIR COUNTY, Illinois. – The first child tested positive for COVID-19 in St. Clair County, Illinois.

The St. Clair County Emergency Management Agency released its latest coronavirus totals via live Facebook on Saturday.

The child who tested positive is a man under the age of 10.

The county also said it tested 560 residents, 78 of whom tested positive. It’s been nine since Friday. There are 139 outstanding tests, and three people in the county have died so far.

– A man under 10 years old

– A man in his fifties

– A 70 year old man

– Two females in their thirties

– Two females in their fifties

– A woman in her sixties

– A 70 year old woman

In the state of Illinois, there are currently 10,357 positive cases. This is an increase of 1,453 since Friday. There were also 243 deaths, an increase of 33 since Friday.

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