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New COVID-19 Death Reported in Richland County, Illinois

A new COVID-19 death was confirmed on Thursday in Richland County, Illinois, in addition to six new positive cases of the virus.

Posted: Sep 3, 2020 4:54 PM
Updated: Sep 3, 2020 4:55 PM

Health Officials in Richland County, Illinois, are reporting a new COVID-19 death.

According to the Richland County TB and Public Health Office, the Richland County resident who died from COVID-19 was a female resident of the county who was in her 90s. 

This comes as the fourth total COVID-19 death within Richland County.

Additionally, six new positive COVID-19 cases were confirmed within the county on Thursday - two males in their 20s and 40s, and four women, two of which are in their 90s, one in her 80s, and one in her 50s.

All six individuals are currently isolated at home, according to Richland County TB and Public Health Office.

With those new positive cases confirmed on Thursday, 76 total positive cases of COVID-19 have been identified in Richland County to date.

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Today’s high temperatures in the mid to low 90s marked our hottest recorded in the Tri-State in at least 3 weeks. Worse yet, dew point values in the upper 60s made it feel oppressively hot earlier today - most of us reached the triple digits at times today. Believe it or not, temperatures are expected to get even hotter these next few days! After dipping back into the uppers 60s and low 70s during the predawn hours Tuesday, the mercury will skyrocket back into the mid to low 90s!
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