Four cases of COVID-19 were announced Wednesday in McLean County bringing the total to 216. The new cases are people in their teens and 20s. 

On Tuesday, an 11th death was reported in McLean County. It was tied to an employee at the Bloomington Rehabilitation and Health Care Center the McLean County Health officials said. The employee was female in her late 50s with underlying health conditions. The outbreak at the nursing home has seen 54 cases and eight deaths of COVID-19.

Out of the 216 cases, 162 have recovered, 11 deaths, four hospitalized, one is in the ICU and 39 are in home isolation.


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