Live map of Illinois coronavirus cases

Track the latest confirmed COVID-19 cases across the state with this state map, updated daily with public health department data.

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The novel coronavirus COVID-19 is spreading quickly across the state, the country and the globe, with new cases announced every day.

Keep track of where the coronavirus is spreading in Illinois with a live map of confirmed cases compiled by the Chicago Reporter.

Data for the following graphic was provided by the Office of the Governor and the Illinois Department of Public Health.

Note: The charts that were previously on this article have been removed because of issues with the state’s data feed. When it gets fixed, we will update this page with the maps and charts.

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