Statewide, Illinois has reported more than 1,146,000 cases in all of the state's 102 counties, with more than 19,000 fatalities as of Sunday.
The state was under a stay-at-home order, which took effect on March 21 and continued through May 29, 2020. That day marked the first day the state entered phase three of its five-phased reopening plan.
In late June 2020, Illinois entered Phase Four which allowed for the reopening or expansion of several industries, including indoor dining at restaurants, health and fitness, movies and theaters, museums and zoos.
As of mid-November 2020, Tier 3 restrictions took effect statewide, which forced the closures of several businesses and spaces, including casinos and museums, among others. There were also new limitations for non-essential businesses like gyms and salons.
In January, Gov. J.B. Pritzker announced Illinois regions can begin loosening restrictions moving to Tier 2, with several meeting the metrics to move into Tier 1 and Phase 4.
Here's a look at a map of counties reporting cases so far:
NOTE: According to the Illinois Department of Public Health, data from some commercial laboratories does not always include county information. The department is working to update the information. As it is identified, the map will be updated appropriately.
For an interactive view showing how many cases are in each county, click here.