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COVID-19 Morbidity and Mortality by Geography

GEOGRAPHY CASES (1) DEATHS
Chicago 8,584 277
Illinois (IDPH link) 20,852 720
U.S. (CDC link) 525,704 20,486
World (WHO link) 1,696,588 105,952
(1) Does not include persons with pending COVID-19 tests or persons with COVID-19 related illness who have not been tested.

COVID-19 Death Characteristics for Chicago residents

CHARACTERISTIC  DEATHS % DEATHS WITHIN GROUP RATE PER 100,000 POPULATION
Chicago 277 3.2% 10.2
Age
0-17 1 1.0% 0.2
18-29 2 0.2% 0.4
30-39 4 0.3% 0.9
40-49 21 1.3% 6.2
50-59 39 2.3% 12.5
60-69 45 3.6% 17.1
70+ 165 12.4% 70.1
Gender 
Female 112 2.7% 8.1
Male 165 3.8% 12.5
Under investigation - - -
Race-ethnicity
Latinx 31 2.7% 4.0
Black, non-Latinx 178 5.9% 22.7
White, non-Latinx 39 3.0% 4.3
Asian, non-Latinx 9 3.9% 5.0
Other, non-Latinx 5 1.3% 4.2
Under investigation 15 0.6% -

COVID-19 Case Characteristics for Chicago residents

CHARACTERISTIC  NUMBER % TOTAL CASES (1) RATE PER 100,000
Chicago 8,584  100% 317.2
Age
0-17 104 1.2% 18.9
18-29 1,173 13.7% 212.1
30-39 1,483 17.3% 325.0
40-49 1,568 18.2% 466.0
50-59 1,672 19.5% 534.2
60-69 1,246 14.5% 473.8
70+ 1,332 15.5% 566.0
Under investigation 6 0.1% -
Gender 
Female 4,165 48.5% 300.5
Male 4,325 50.4% 327.7
Under investigation 94 1.1% -
Race-ethnicity (2)
Latinx 1,132 18.7% 145.8
Black, non-Latinx 3,005 49.7% 383.2
White, non-Latinx 1,295 21.4% 143.9
Asian, non-Latinx 233 3.9% 129.6
Other, non-Latinx 379 6.3% 317.2
Under investigation 2,540 (29.6%) -
(2) Race-ethnicity percentage is calculated among those with known race-ethnicity as reported by the medical provider.

Underlying Chronic Conditions among Chicago residents who died from COVID-19

CHARACTERISTIC NUMBER % OF KNOWN
Known medical history 259 -
   Underlying chronic conditions (3) 240 92.7%
   No underlying chronic conditions 19 7.3%
   Under investigation 18 -
(3) Cases with at least one underlying chronic condition. Most common underlying conditions include diabetes, hypertension, and lung disease.
COVID-19 Map Reports

Data Source: Providers reporting to CDPH through the Illinois' National Electronic Disease Surveillance System (I-NEDSS)
Data Source: Providers reporting to CDPH through the Illinois' National Electronic Disease Surveillance System (I-NEDSS)

COVID-19 Research Articles Authored by members of the Chicago Department of Public Health