COVID-19 (Coronavirus)

Local Statistics and Information*

  • Peoria County:
    • Confirmed Cases: 569
    • Total Deaths: 29
  • Tazewell County:
    • Confirmed Cases: 150
    • Total Deaths: 8
  • Woodford County:
    • Confirmed Cases: 38
    • Total Deaths: 2
  • TOTAL TRI-COUNTY CONFIRMED CASES: 757
  • TOTAL TRI-COUNTY DEATHS: 39

*Provisional data as of 7/07/20 - 2:07 p.m.  (jd)

Weekly In-Depth Reports

Want to see more numbers and view trends? View COVID-19 Surveillance Reports to see local, state, and national weekly data. Please note, there is some delay in when we receive this information, therefore reports are typically 2 weeks behind the current date. 

Testing Sites

More information about Peoria Region COVID-19 Testing Sites and locations is available here.

Reopening Guidance

Information about phased reopening for businesses and individuals may be found on our State and Local Reopening Guidance page.

News Updates

You can also find additional COVID-19 news updates and our News Updates page.

Archive list of COVID-19 Media Releases

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Peoria County COVID-19 GIS Map

In addition to daily COVID-19 counts for the tri-county area, new Geographic Information System(GIS) maps for Peoria County now display a dashboard for a visual explanation of local community spread. Rooted in the science of geography, GIS integrates data with location to provide maps and data in a visual way. You can view the COVID-19 GIS map below.

While the GIS Dashboard will be updated throughout the week, please note that depending on the time of day the daily count numbers are released, those numbers may not align with the time of day numbers are updated or represented in the dashboard.

Illinois Department of Public Health - Case Counts and Information

July 7, 2020 - The Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH) today announced 587 new cases of coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Illinois, including 37 additional confirmed deaths.

Currently, IDPH is reporting a total of 148,452 cases, including 7,063 deaths, in 101 counties in Illinois.

IDPH press releases with full details may be found here.