The McLean County Health Department reported 19 new coronavirus cases on Monday, as the testing positivity rate ticked up slightly.
There are now eight people hospitalized (unchanged from Sunday), including two people in intensive care. There are 202 others who are isolating at home.
The county's testing positivity rate is now 2.8%. That's below the statewide and national averages, and well below the local peak of 12.5% over Labor Day weekend.
Bloomington's Interstate Center remains open for testing every day from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Over 480 people are being tested there every day, on average.
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