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100th COVID-19 death in ND; woman in her 20s with no underlying health conditions

Jul 28, 2020

A McKenzie County woman in her 20s has become the 100th person to pass away with COVID-19 in North Dakota. She had no underlying health conditions.

Additionally, 157 new individuals from 30 counties have tested positive for the novel coronavirus, bringing the new statewide positive total to 6,141. These results were from a pool of 4,310 tests for a daily positive rate of 3.6 percent.

51 new cases were found in Burleigh County, and 26 new cases were found in Cass County. Stark County had twelve new cases. There were eleven new cases in Morton County. Ward County had seven new cases, and there were five new cases in Griggs and Williams Counties. Benson and Grand Forks Counties each had four new cases. There were three new cases found in McLean, Nelson, Sioux and Traill Counties. Two new cases were found in Adams, Richland, and Rolette Counties. Barnes, Bottineau, Burke, Dickey, Eddy, Foster, Logan, McIntosh, McKenzie, Mercer, Mountrail, Pembina, Ramsey, and Wells Counties each had one new case apiece.

A total of 297,512 tests have been administered for COVID-19. 150,046 unique individuals have been tested.

There are currently 35 people hospitalized with COVID-19. 343 individuals have been hospitalized total.

There have been 4,957 recoveries. This leaves 1,084 active confirmed cases.