Seven new COVID-19 cases reported in Wylie

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The number of cases in McHenry County by age groups are as follows: 50-59 (359), 40-49 (320), 30-39 (276), 20-29 (273), 60-69 (250), 70-79 (145), 10-19 (106), 80-89 (99), 90-99 (61), 0-9 (37) and 99-and-older (2).

Webster County health officials reported the county's first case of COVID-19 Tuesday.

Tehama County has 38 cases; three more than reported yesterday.

According to a GCCHD press release, the new cases are both in the Gallatin Valley.

Health Department Director Kristi Campbell said the person had "several other underlying health conditions". Any county with fewer than 20 cases on June 7 was removed from the data. The county only got the results of the tests on Tuesday.

Of the 219 total cases through Sunday, 191 people are considered to have recovered or are recovering, 32 have been hospitalized, five have died and there have been two congregate care setting outbreaks. More than a quarter are recovering at home, in a traditional residence or a long-term care facility, and less than 1% are in the hospital. Less than 1% of the population of Kendall County has tested positive for the illness thus far, according to county and U.S. Census Bureau data.

There are 6,515 total deaths attributed to COVID-19, an increase of 54 new deaths.

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