North Dakota, North Carolina, Bismeck-North Dakota confirmed a 4.5% positive rate on Saturday. 133 out of 3,219 were positive. There were 4 new deaths (1,264 in total). A total of 12,990 doses of vaccine (+1,087 doses since December 24) were vaccinated in North Dakota, and a total of 21,000 doses were distributed. Due to COVID, there are currently 111 hospitalizations, including 21 ICU beds. 2,329 cases are still ongoing.
3,219-Total number of tests yesterday*
133-Yesterday’s Positive Individual*****
130 – PCR test | 3 antigen tests 91,355 – the total number of positives since the pandemic began
4.54%-Daily positive rate**
2,329- total number of valid cases
+8 people from Thursday
73 – The restoration date is yesterday****
87,762-the total number recovered since the pandemic began
4-New death since Thursday*** (A total of 1,264 people have died since the pandemic began)
Individuals who died of COVID-19
- A woman from Burleigh County in the 90s.
- A man in his 40s in Grand Forks County.
- A man in his 40s from Williams County.
- A Williams County woman in her 80s.
Counties that reported new positive cases today
· Barnes County – 3
· Benson County – 2
·Botino County – 1
·Cass County – 27
· Grand Forks County – 8
· Hettinger County – 1
· Logan County – 2
· Mackenzie County – 1
· Morton County – 7
· Mountrail County – 1
Ramsey County – 7
Richland County -4
· Rowlet County – 11
Stark County – 6
Stusman County – 3
· Tangner County – 1
· Terrell County-1
Ward County – 7
*Please note that this includes PCR testing and does not include individuals in poor condition.
**People who tested positive divided by the total number of people who did not test positive before (Sensitive encounter). The antigen test (positive or negative) is not included in the calculation.
***The number of people who tested positive by PCR or antigen and died of any cause due to COVID-19. Please remember that the report of death is reported to us through the agency or through official death records (with a maximum delay of 10 days).
**** The actual date is officially separated from the outside world and is no longer contagious.
*****The number of daily positives includes those who have undergone PCR or antigen testing. The total can be adjusted when an individual is found to live out of the state, in another county, or other information is found during the investigation.
For descriptions of these categories, please visit NDDoH dashboard.
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