QUINCY — Eleven additional cases of COVID-19 were reported Monday in Adams County.
The Adams County Health Department said the new cases are three females between 10 and 19, one woman in her 20s, two women in their 40s, one woman in her 50s, two men in their 60s, one man in his 70s and one woman in her 80s.
There have been a total of 1,245 confirmed COVID-19 cases in the county, with 161 active cases. There are 22 people in their 20s to 90s hospitalized in the county. One person is in the intensive case unit.
The county’s seven-day positivity rate is 5.44%.
Quincy Public Schools reported four new cases — two at Quincy High School and one each Quincy Junior and Rooney Elementary schools — but several cases were cleared. The district is tracking 11 positive cases in the district.
At John Wood Community College, there are eight total active cases reported. The college has reported a total of 28 cases, and there are eight active cases.
In Pike County, Ill., the second COVID-19-related death was reported in the Pike County Health Department’s daily update. No other details were provided on the person.
The county reported four additional cases — one woman in her 20s, one man and one woman in their 60s and one woman in her 90s — bringing the total number of cases to 154. There are 28 active cases.
One new COVID-19 case was reported in Hancock County. The woman in her 40s to 50s is recovering at home.
The county has reported a total of 245 cases, with 28 active.
The Brown County Health Department reported one new case — a woman in her 20s — bringing the county’s total to 73 positive cases. The county has 29 active cases.
In Missouri, the Marion County Health Department reported 14 additional COVID-19 cases Monday, bringing the county’s total to 752 cases. The new cases are four men between 30 and 60 and 10 females ranging from 10 to 60.
There are 51 active cases in Marion County, with three people in the hospital.
The health department said contact tracing shows community transmission.
The Clark County Health Department reported 11 new cases, bringing the county’s total to 94 cases. There are 21 active cases with one person hospitalized.
The new cases are four people between 20 and 40, two people between 40 and 60, four people between 60 and 80 and one is over 80.
Six of the new cases came from worksite testing, and two people have no none exposure. Three are recovering in a long-term care facility.
Nine new COVID-19 cases were reported in Lewis County. The Lewis County Health Department said the new cases are one child 10 or under, one person between 10 and 20, three people between 20 and 30, one person between 30 and 40, two people between 50 and 60 and one person between 70 and 80.
There have been 178 cases in Lewis County, with 31 active. Three remain hospitalized.
The Pike County, Mo., Health Department reported six new cases Monday. The county has reported a total of 314 cases with 19 active. Two people remain hospitalized.
In Monroe County, two new COVID-19 cases were reported bringing the county’s total to 92. There are seven active cases.