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Did Illinois see a post-Thanksgiving surge in COVID-19? The latest data offers a mixed picture.

By Thanksgiving, the average had dropped to near 10,000 new cases and, after a brief rise, has since dropped below 9,000. That’s still significantly more than in the summer, which at one point saw an average of fewer than 600 new confirmed cases a day, but it’s a positive trend nonetheless.

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