Ever infant death from COVID-19 recorded in US

Ever infant death from COVID-19 recorded in US

Ever infant death from COVID-19 recorded in US

"A full investigation is underway to determine the cause of death", Ezike said.

IL health officials on Monday said another eight people have died from the coronavirus, bringing the state's death toll to 73 people - as COVID-19 has spread to 52 of the state's 102 counties.

'If you haven't been paying attention, maybe this is your wake-up call, Ezike said.

The Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH) reported the death of the infant while withholding its gender.

Donald Trump has extended his stay-at-home guidelines until the end of April, dropping a hotly criticised plan to get the economy up and running by mid-April after a top medical adviser said more than 100,000 citizens could die from coronavirus.

Children have made up a small fraction of coronavirus cases worldwide.

The Commission on Government Forecasting and Accountability, a bipartisan legislative fiscal analyst, said Tuesday that it's possible that the economic impact of COVID-19 could mean a drop in state tax revenues of $8 billion - about 20% of the state's typical annual income - although the loss might be spread over several years.

China previously reported the death of a 10-month-old with Covid-19 four weeks after the infant was hospitalised. The study found less than 6 percent of children were seriously ill, according to the Associated Press.

Six of the deaths, including the infant, were in Cook County, which includes Chicago. "For everyone in IL, we as individuals must commit to stay home, stay safe and practice social distancing to stay healthy".

The new numbers bring Illinois' total cases to 3,491, including 47 deaths, in 43 of Illinois' 102 counties.

Gov. Ned Lamont of CT on Tuesday said he'd been informed that the national stockpile was "empty" and that his state was "on our own" after procuring just 50 additional ventilators. And the number continues to grow, Pritzker said.

In Illinois alone, there have been 5,070 cases and 84 deaths as of Tuesday afternoon, according to the Times.

Pritzker and Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot reported that the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers was installing the first 500 field-hospital beds were being installed in the McCormick Place Convention Center. "We should grieve with our family of state employees, with the many people we've already lost to this virus, young and old".

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