Iowa DPH Reporting 330 New Cases Of COVID-19 With 4 Additional Deaths; Dickinson County Cases Grows To More Than 50
(Des Moines)-- The Iowa Department of Public Health today (Monday) is reporting 4 additional COVID-19 deaths in the state and 330 new cases since 10 a.m. Sunday.
This brings Iowa's total to 21,919 confirmed cases with a death toll of 606.
More than 192,950 Iowans have been tested while 12,844 have reportedly recovered, 80 being new Monday. One in every 16 Iowans has been tested for a positive rate of 11.4 percent.
Twenty-seven COVID-19 patients were admitted to the hospital in the last 24 hours which brings the state total to 265 hospitalized. Of those in the hospital, 85 are in intensive care while 53 are on ventilators.
The number of positive cases of COVID-19 in Dickinson county has now surpassed 50. Updated information late this (Mon.) morning from the Iowa Department of Public Health shows the total number of cases in Dickinson county at 55...up seven from late Sunday afternoon. Dickinson county's case count has more than doubled now in the past week.
Case counts as of late this (Mon.) morning in neighboring counties included Clay county at 34; Emmet county at 32; Osceola county at 39; O'Brien county at 52; Palo Alto county at 8; Pocahontas county at 20; Buena Vista at 1,184; Cherokee county at 46; Plymouth at 163; Sioux county at 321 and Lyon county at 26.