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How many coronavirus cases does Iowa have?

How many coronavirus cases does Iowa have?


This electron microscope image made available by the U.S. National Institutes of Health shows the novel coronavirus SARS-CoV-2. Also known as 2019-nCoV, the virus causes COVID-19.

These totals are updated as of 1 p.m. on July 11, 2020:

  • Iowa had reported 34,530 cases of the novel coronavirus, or COVID-19: 7,684 active cases, 26,098 recovered cases and 748 deaths. One hundred and seventy-eight patients were hospitalized. At least 332,437 people have tested negative for COVID-19.
  • In Northwest Iowa, Woodbury County has tallied 3,327 cases (184 active) and Buena Vista County 1,737 (146 active). Crawford County has 680 cases (59 active) and Sioux County 500 (97 active); Plymouth County tallied 346 (64 active), Dickinson County had 298 (109 active), Clay County had 148 (48 active), O'Brien County had 94 (22 active) and Cherokee County tallied 83 cases (13 active). Monona County had 78 (23 active), Osceola County 68 (18 active), Sac County 66 (seven active), Lyon County 56 (15 active) and Ida County 23 (two active).
  • Woodbury County has recorded 44 deaths, Buena Vista County 11, Plymouth County five, Dickinson County three, Crawford County three, Clay County one, Cherokee County one and O'Brien County one.
  • Nebraska had accounted for 20,777 cases: 4,992 active cases, 15,499 recovered cases and 286 deaths. Ninety-five people were hospitalized. At least 183,077 negative tests have been tallied.
  • Dakota County had 1,809 cases. Thurston County had 179 cases, Dixon County 56, Wayne County 32 and Cedar County 18. Dakota County has recorded 38 deaths; the other four counties have recorded a combined six deaths.
  • South Dakota had tallied 7,454 cases: 875 active cases, 6,470 recovered cases and 109 deaths. Total cases include 150 in Union County (24 active), 93 in Clay County (13 active) and 84 in Yankton County (10 active). Yankton County has recorded two deaths and Union County one. At least 82,152 people have tested negative. Sixty-five people were hospitalized.

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