From the McHenry County Department of Public Health:
“As of May 20, 2020, there have been 1267 identified cases of COVID-19 in McHenry County and 66 deaths.
The death(s) reported today:
1 male 60s
1 male 70s
1 male 80s
1 female 70s“
Here’s the latest interactive zip code map from the Count Health Department:
Below is the new key:
Woodstock now has 248 identified infections, McHenry 164, Crystal Lake (60014) 144, Harvard 123, Lake in the Hills 106, and Algonquin 73 (I’m guessing for just the McHenry County portion).
Here’s a new table from the epidemiologists, rates of infection per 10,000 for ethnicity.
This explanation is offered:
“The rate per 10,000 population is an estimate of the number of cases that would be found among 10,000 people. A case rate of 20 for those who classify their race/ethnicity as White Non-Hispanic, for example, would suggest that if we gathered 10,000 individuals with this race/ethnicity, 20 would have COVID-19. This measure is used to make accurate comparisons among population groups of different sizes.”
The percentage of Latinos in the Covid-19 pie chart is now up to 34%.
Sixty-one percent of deaths are men.
Another new metric presents compares the number of tests to the number who tested positive:
In addition, a graphic has been added showing the number of hospital beds available:
Drilling down, the Health Department also presents information about the availability of ICU (Intensive Care Unit) beds available:
The final new element on the McHenry County Health Department dash board is ventilator availability.