last updated: 13:08 2021-09-21
The first graphic below reports on two metrics: the seven day average of new cases per 100,000 people and the percent of the population that is full vaccinated. Data comes from the Illinois Department of Public Health and is updated Monday through friday. The graphs are sorted by the percent of the population that is vaccinated and each title lists the current percentage as well as the current seven day average of new cases per 100,000 people. The graphs themselves show the case average in red and the percent vaccinated in blue and cover the entire history of the pandemic.
The second graphic reports on vaccine data only and scales vaccination counts per 100,000 people. The titles list percent of the population vaccinated and the current seven day average of new fully vaccinated individuals for each count. Bars are the daily new fully vaccinationated people (per 100k) and the dark blue line is the seven day average of that statistic. In general, you can look at the dark line and bars to compare vacciantation rates in each county.