Editor’s note: The daily numbers we report do not match the daily numbers reported by the state. Every day at 10 am, we will start at 10 am to get the previous day’s number, and then subtract the current number from the state from 10 am. We want to provide you with the most up-to-date information, not a one-day delayed report. For Black Hawk and Lynn counties, we report numbers from their county COVID-19 website. For Johnson County and Dubuque County, we report the numbers from the state̵
(KWWL)-From 10 am on Thursday to 10 am on Friday, there are 1,473 new confirmed cases, According to the state’s information center, The total number of cases in the state reached 273,917.
The state’s website said that of the 273,917 people who tested positive, 225,157 had recovered. This is 336 more than the state’s report on Thursday.
The state’s death toll was 3,744, five times higher than yesterday’s report.
Subtracting the number of recoveries (225,157) and the number of deaths (3,744) from the total number of cases (273,917) indicates that the state currently has 45016 positive cases.
In the past 24 hours, 104 patients were hospitalized in Iowa. The total number of hospitalizations was 600, a decrease from 625. Among them, 121 cases were in the ICU (down from 127 cases) and 69 cases were on ventilators (down from 127 cases). 70).
In Iowa, 4,993 new tests have been conducted in the past 24 hours, and a total of 1,337,934 people have been tested for COVID-19. The positive rate in the last 24 hours (1,473 positive tests divided by 4,993 given tests) was 29.5%.
From 10 am on Friday, Black Hawk COVID-19 dashboard Shows numbers as of 10 am on Thursday. There were 85 new cases in the county, with a total of 13,281 (12,486 PCR and antigen positive cases, and 795 serological positive cases). There are 16 new restoration areas in the county, totaling 10,799. Another person died, for a total of 215 deaths. The county’s 14-day average positive rate was 11%.
The number of people in Lin County has remained the same since 10 am on Thursday.
As of 10 am on Thursday, Lynn County COVID-19 dashboard Since 10 am on Wednesday, 83 new cases have emerged. A total of 16,230 boxes. There are 76 recovery rates, for a total of 13,400 recovery rates. No one else died, and a total of 241 people died. There are currently 31 patients hospitalized in the county. The county’s 14-day average positive rate was 7.9%.
according to Country dashboard Starting at 10 am on Friday (Thursday), Johnson County has reported 30 new positive cases. As a result, the total number of reported cases reached 10,783. There are also three recovery rates, for a total of 9,361 recovery rates. No one else died, a total of 47 people died. The county’s 14-day average positive rate was 6.9%.
according to Country dashboard Since 10 am on Friday (Thursday), Dubuque County has reported 57 new positive cases. As a result, the total number of reported cases reached 10,424. There are still six reports of recovery, a total of 9,091 cases. No other deaths were reported, and a total of 135 people died. The county’s 14-day average positive rate was 9.8%.
Check out Thursday’s COVID-19 numbers here.