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Thirteen new cases of COVID-19 were confirmed Monday by the La Salle County Health Department, as well as 32 individuals who previously tested positive for the virus being released from isolation.
The number of active cases in La Salle County decreased to 536.
A teenage boy, a teenage girl, a man in his 20s, a man in his 30s, two men in their 40s, a woman in her 40s, a man in his 50s, three women in their 50s and two men in their 60s each tested positive for COVID-19, bringing the number of total cases to 1,512.
Of those 1,512 cases, 922 have been released from isolation and 54 have died from complications related to COVID-19.
There have been 26,752 coronavirus tests taken among La Salle County residents with 5.7% of them coming back positive for the virus.
The Illinois Department of Public Health's ZIP code data has been updated as follows (these numbers sometimes lag behind the county reports and are adjusted as more information becomes available) from Saturday's report:
• Streator had two more confirmed cases, increasing its total to 336 cases since the beginning of the pandemic.
• Peru had two more cases, increasing its total to 109.
• Sheridan had two more cases, increasing its total to 48.
• Ottawa had an additional case, increasing its total to 272.
• Mendota had an additional case, increasing its total to 249.
• La Salle had an additional case, increasing its total to 132.
• Marseilles remains at 99 cases.
• Oglesby remains at 58 cases.
• Utica remains at 33 cases.
• Somonauk, which also is in DeKalb County, remained at 31 cases.
• Seneca remains at 25 cases.
• Grand Ridge remained at 23 cases.
• Earlville remains at 22 cases.
• Leland remains at 18 cases.
• Wenona, which is mostly in Marshall County, remained at 16 cases.
• Tonica remains at 12 cases.
• Lostant remains at eight cases.