McLean and Tazewell among 30 counties at coronavirus warning level

The Illinois Department of Public Health has announced that 30 counties, including McLean and Tazewell are now at a warning level due to coronavirus spread.

To reach a warning level, the county has to see increases in two or more of the risk indicators for spread of the disease within the county. The risk indicators include such factors as new cases per 100,000 people, weekly test positivity, hospital admissions and other factors.

To read the full report from the Department of Public Health, please click here.