760 new COVID-19 cases in North Dakota

760 new COVID-19 cases in North Dakota

ND (Valley News Live)-North Dakota Dept. of Health reported 760 new COVID-19 cases.

This brings the number of active cases for the state to 5,370.

The daily positive rate is 10.50%.

Eleven additional deaths were reported.

This leads to 399 deaths in the state.

25,492 people have recovered since the epidemic began.

By number

7,596-Total tests yesterday *

754,769-Total tests completed since the start of the pandemic

760-Positive people since yesterday *****

31,261-Total positive people since the onset of the pandemic

10.50%-daily positive rate**

5,370 total active cases

+123 people since yesterday

610 – Individuals recovered yesterday (501 with recovery date yesterday ****)

25,492-Total recovery since the onset of the pandemic

148-current hospitalization

+0-yesterday personal

11-New deaths *** (399 total since the start of the pandemic)

Individuals who died of COVID-19

  • Men in their 70s from Burley County with basic medical conditions.
  • A woman in her 70s from Dunn County with basic medical conditions.
  • A man in his 90s from Foster County with basic medical conditions.
  • A male in his 80s from Grant County with basic medical conditions.
  • A woman in her 70s from McHenry County has an underlying medical condition.
  • A woman in her 90s from McLean County with an underlying medical condition.
  • A woman in her 90s from Morton County with basic medical conditions.
  • A man in his 90s from Morton County with an underlying medical condition.
  • A woman in her 90s from Stark County with basic medical conditions.
  • A man in his 90s from Stutsman County with an underlying medical condition.
  • A woman in her 70s from Traill County with basic medical conditions.

County with new positive cases reported today

  • Adams County-2
  • Barnes County-9
  • Benson County-9
  • Bottineau County-13
  • Bowman County-1
  • Burley County-151
  • Cass County-181
  • Cavalier County-1
  • Dickie County-3
  • Divide County-4
  • Eddie County-8
  • Emmons County-3
  • Foster County-9
  • Grand Forks County-54
  • Hattinger County-6
  • Kidder County-1
  • LaMoure County-5
  • Logan County-4
  • McHenry County-3
  • Macintosh County-3
  • McKenzie County – 14
  • McLean County-12
  • Mercer County-21
  • Moreton County-49
  • Mount Rail County-11
  • Oliver County-2
  • Pembina County-3
  • Pierce County-6
  • Ramsey County-1
  • Ransom County-3
  • Renville County-1
  • Richland County-10
  • Rolette County-4
  • Sargent County-1
  • Sheridan County-1
  • Count County-2
  • Stark County-38
  • Steel County-3
  • Stutsman County-12
  • Townner County-2
  • Traill County-17
  • Walsh County-13
  • Ward County-21
  • Wells County-8
  • Williams County-35

* This does not include individuals from out of state and has been updated to reflect the most recent information found after case investigation.

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** People who test positive divided by the total number of people who have not previously tested positive (A sensitive encounter).

*** Number of individuals who tested positive for any cause and died while being infected with COVID-19. There is a delay in the time the deaths are reported to the NDDoH. **** The actual date is officially isolated and is no longer contagious.

***** If an individual is found to reside out of state or in another county, or if other information is discovered during an investigation, the total may be adjusted.

For a description of these categories NDDoH dashboard.

Visit the NDDoH website for the most updated and timely information and updates related to COVID-19. www.health.nd.gov/coronavirus, follow Facebook, Twitter and Instagram Visit the CDC website. www.cdc.gov/coronavirus.

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