Iowa reports 41 additional COVID-19 deaths as more facilities report outbreaks – KCCI Des Moines

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Iowa reports 41 additional COVID-19 deaths as more centers report outbreaks

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DES MOINES, Iowa–.
The Iowa Department of Public Health on Thursday reported 41 additional COVID-19 deaths as 3 more long-term care centers report infection outbreaks.
The health department reported 3,331 brand-new favorable COVID-19 cases. As of 10 a.m., Iowa reported 222,278 total favorable cases, 124,522 overall recoveries and 2,312 overall deaths. The state reported 218,947 overall cases and 2,271 overall deaths 24 hours earlier.

Health department data reveals 1,194,529 Iowans have actually been checked for coronavirus. The state got 8,712 individual laboratory test leads to the previous day, with 1,923 positive cases. The health department receives test arise from previous days that contribute to the overall total. Iowas 14-day positivity rate continues to decrease at 18.6%. Thats down from 19.1% one day previously.
Less Iowa counties report a 14-day positivity rate greater than 15%. There are now 88 counties with a rate at 15% or higher, below 91 the day in the past. Schools in those counties can get a waiver to offer 100% range instruction. There are 49 counties with a rate greater than 20%, below 53 the previous day. Lyon County reports in at 32.4%, presently the greatest in the state.
The number of Iowans hospitalized with the infection has actually decreased again. There are presently 1,269 hospitalized, below 1,305 a day earlier. There were 193 patients hospitalized in the last 24 hours, below 198 the previous day. There are 271 clients in extensive care, down from 269 one day previously. State information reveals the patients on ventilators decreased from 150 to 142.
Iowa reports around 3,060 medical facility beds, 356 ICU beds and 849 ventilators offered. Hospitalization analysis reveals 939 of those hospitalized had a main COVID-19 medical diagnosis, while 330 were hospitalized for another reason but evaluated positive. State information shows 77% of clients are 60 or older.
3 more long-lasting care centers report COVID-19 outbreaks in Iowa. That brings the overall to 152. There are 4,651 favorable cases and 1,800 recoveries reported within those centers. There have been 1,038 deaths reported in Iowas long-lasting care centers.
The Iowa Department of Public Health offers COVID-19 info in genuine time on this website control panel. KCCI releases a day-to-day summary of that information at 10 a.m.
All TestIowa sites are closed for the Thanksgiving vacation however will open for routine hours once again Friday.

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The Iowa Department of Public Health on Thursday reported 41 extra COVID-19 deaths as 3 more long-lasting care facilities report virus outbreaks.The health department reported 3,331 new positive COVID-19 cases. Thats down from 19.1% one day earlier.Fewer Iowa counties report a 14-day positivity rate higher than 15%. There have been 1,038 deaths reported in Iowas long-term care facilities.The Iowa Department of Public Health provides COVID-19 details in genuine time on this site dashboard.