June 24 COVID-19 cases per county; search by ZIP code

  • Courtesy of the CDCThis illustration, created at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, depicts the coronavirus as viewed through a microscope.

    Courtesy of the CDCThis illustration, created at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, depicts the coronavirus as viewed through a microscope.

 
Updated 6/24/2020 7:59 PM

Interactive mapSuburbs' portion Since the outbreak began, there have been 71,261 cases in the suburbs, 51% of the state's total, according to the Illinois Department of Public Health as of Wednesday. There have been 3,466 deaths in the suburbs, representing 51% of all deaths in Illinois.

Cook County• As of Wednesday, suburban Cook County had 37,142 cases and 1,938 deaths, according to the state. In Chicago: 50,996 cases and 2,540 fatalities.

• Top suburb counts from the county health department and medical examiner's office: 1,704 cases and 96 deaths in Des Plaines, 813 cases and 52 deaths in Wheeling, 684 cases and 16 deaths in Palatine, 672 cases and 19 deaths in Streamwood, 649 cases and 10 deaths in Mount Prospect, 582 cases and 16 deaths in Schaumburg, 533 cases and 48 deaths in Glenview, 521 cases and 31 deaths in Arlington Heights, 501 cases and 9 deaths in Hanover Park (Cook County portion), 478 cases and 12 deaths in Hoffman Estates, 368 cases and 36 deaths in Elk Grove Village, 346 cases and 12 deaths in Rolling Meadows, 339 cases and 39 deaths in Northbrook, 264 cases and 7 deaths in Prospect Heights, and 122 cases and 17 deaths in Buffalo Grove (Cook County portion).

DuPage County• The county reported 8,782 cases and 456 deaths as of Wednesday.

• Top counts: 815 cases and 9 deaths in Addison, 766 cases and 14 deaths in West Chicago, 655 cases and 11 deaths in Glendale Heights, 527 cases and 12 deaths in Bensenville, 519 cases and 33 deaths in Naperville (DuPage County portion), 509 cases and 29 deaths in Carol Stream, 393 cases and 22 deaths in Lombard, 325 cases and 11 deaths in Aurora (DuPage portion), 278 cases and 32 deaths in Elmhurst, 256 cases and 20 deaths in Wheaton, 250 cases and 2 deaths in Hanover Park (DuPage portion), 238 cases and 3 deaths in Villa Park, 157 cases and 3 deaths in Glen Ellyn.

• Top counts: 812 cases and 9 deaths in Addison, 763 cases and 14 deaths in West Chicago, 653 cases and 10 deaths in Glendale Heights, 523 cases and 12 deaths in Bensenville, 517 cases and 33 deaths in Naperville (DuPage County portion), 506 cases and 28 deaths in Carol Stream, 389 cases and 21 deaths in Lombard, 327 cases and 11 deaths in Aurora (DuPage portion), 275 cases and 32 deaths in Elmhurst, 255 cases and 20 deaths in Wheaton, 251 cases and 2 deaths in Hanover Park (DuPage portion), 235 cases and 3 deaths in Villa Park, 157 cases and 3 deaths in Glen Ellyn.

Lake County• The county listed 9,468 cases and 375 deaths on its website.

• Top counts as of Wednesday: 2,640 to 2,644 in Waukegan, 585 to 589 in Round Lake Beach, 370 to 374 in Mundelein, 300 to 304 in Gurnee, 180 to 184 in Buffalo Grove (Lake County portion), 165 to 169 in Vernon Hills, 165 to 169 in Wauconda, 145 to 149 in Lake Zurich, 120 to 124 in Libertyville, 85 to 89 in Grayslake.

Kane County• The county confirmed 7,553 cases with 255 deaths on its website Wednesday.

• Top counts: 3,348 cases in Aurora (Kane County portion), 1,846 in Elgin (Kane portion), 739 in Carpentersville, 292 in St. Charles, 284 in South Elgin, 195 in North Aurora, 167 in Geneva, 117 in Batavia, and 50 in Algonquin (Kane portion).

McHenry County• 1,937 cases and 95 deaths, according to the health department Wednesday.

Will County• 6,459 cases and 313 deaths, according to the health department's website Wednesday.

• Cases per town include 379 in Naperville (Will County portion) and 67 in Aurora (Will County portion).

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