STAFF REPORT

QUINCY — The 11th COVID-19-related death in Adams County was reported Thursday.

The Adams County Health Department said a man in his 90s died after testing positive for COVID-19.

The county also posted a daily high of confirmed cases with 36 reported.

The cases are one girl under 10, four males and four females between 10 and 19 years old, six men and one woman in their 20s, four women and four men in their 30s, four men and one woman in their 40s, three men in their 50s, two men and three women in their 60s, two men in their 70s and one man in his 80s.

Adams County has reported a total of 1,314 cases, with 138 active cases. Nineteen people in their 50s to 80s are hospitalized in the county. Three people are in the intensive care unit.

The county’s seven-day positivity rate is 7.36%.

Also Thursday, the Pike County, Ill., Health Department announced two additional cases of COVID-19 — one man in his 20s and one woman in her 30s.

The county has reported a total of 162 cases with 27 active. Four people remain hospitalized.

In Missouri, the Marion County Health Department reported 12 additional cases of COVID-19 — seven males from 0 to 60 and five females between 10 and 50. All are quarantined at their homes.

Marion County has reported 775 cases, with 60 active. Seven people remain hospitalized.

The Clark County Health Department reported 12 new cases. One person between 60 and 80 and nine people older than 80 are isolated and recovering in a long-term care facility. A person between 20 and 40 and another between 40 and 60 are recovering at home.

The county has reported a total of 117 cases, 41 are active. One person remains hospitalized.

The Shelby County Health Department reported one new COVID-19 case was reported, bringing the county’s total to 84. Thee are 12 active cases, and three people remain hospitalized.

The Health Department also said that a second case has been confirmed at South Shelby High School. The person is in isolation and recovering at home. Close contacts were identified and are quarantining for 14 days from the last date of contact with the positive case.

In Lewis County, six new cases were reported bringing the county’s total to 188. There are 25 active cases.

Six additional cases of COVID-19 were reported in Pike County, Mo. The county has reported a total of 331 cases, with 28 active. Three people remain hospitalized.

The Scotland County Health Department reported two new cases bringing the county’s total to 36. There are eight active cases.

In Monroe County, two additional cases were reported bringing the total to 94. There are nine active cases.

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